EDR ZX-7RR warming up 2
www.EDRPerformance.com Owner Eric's personal ZX-7RR "B" engine. Kit crank,
Kit Long Rod, Kit Pistons (14.8:1 compression), Ported Head, Kit Cams, Kit
Valve springs/retainers, Kit mechanical Oil pump, No charging system, Suter
Dry Clutch system, Akrapovic World Superbike Dual Split Titanium Exhaust, Keihen FCR 41mm carbs, Kit Carbon
Intakes/Big Airbox, Ohlins SBK Forks, Marchesini 16.5" wheels, Brembo GP
Monobloc's, SPA tach, VP MR9 Gas. Dyno 148rwhp with 205-16.5"
slick (@155-158rwhp with std streeet tire) "A" Engine has same, but with
Pankl Titanium Rods, Titanium Valves and Gear Drive camshafts--video coming
soon for that one.
Idling my ZX-7R with 39mm FCR's
Recently installed dyna coils and now it's starting up pretty nice.
As you can see, there's a carbon airbox installed and am using the tank as
ZX7R dyno run
My ZX7R on the Dyno at
C&A Superbikes open day 3/5/08
ZX7R VS S1000RR
Track Action between my '98 ZX-7R and Tom's BMW S1000RR.
Which car is faster?
Similar 1/4 mile timeslips to browse:
2010 BMW S1000RR NHRA #599: 9.097 @ 159.660
Elyse McKinnon, Tires: Shinko Hook Up
2011 BMW S1000RR : 9.170 @ 155.700
2010 BMW S1000RR : 9.592 @ 158.460
2013 BMW S1000RR HP4 - standard: 9.990 @ 151.190
the head, Engine: stock,
2013 BMW S1000RR HP4: 10.130 @ 150.920
2010 BMW S1000RR : 10.480 @ 152.900