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post #1 of 16 Old 03-29-2010, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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my 2003 zx12r has the pc3 fitted and mapped do i really need this Nikko Racing G-Pack or does the pc3 over come the nikko claims
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The G-Pack removes all restrictions from the bike, the PC is just for fuel mapping. I use both.

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my 2003 zx12r has the pc3 fitted and mapped do i really need this Nikko Racing G-Pack or does the pc3 over come the nikko claims
NOPE !! ya dont need it attall !!! just pack that bad chicken in a tidy lil' box, send it 'fast as" to me.. And I will HAPPILLY dispose of it for you !!
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well got one £21 bargain so we will see how it performs and if it's shite k9rockydog i'll send it to ya
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Wow thats cheap!!! Did you get both units? The 03 has two units, one for the top speed restriction and one for the restriction in 2nd and 3rd gear (If i remember correctly)

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ok maybe not such a good deal then didn't know there were two items

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The Nikko Racing G-Pack OVER 3 module works in the same way but also eliminates the 300 kph electronic speed limiter installed by the manufacturer. It is currently only available for GSX-R 1000, GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa and ZX-12R models but will no doubt be available for other monsters as the bikes become available.
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Wow thats cheap!!! Did you get both units? The 03 has two units, one for the top speed restriction and one for the restriction in 2nd and 3rd gear (If i remember correctly)
What are the restrictions in 2nd and 3rd gear?

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Hmm another 1 on fleabay says the following.
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It will re-map your bike to deliver full power in 1st 2nd and 3rd gear which are limited by the engine timing from standard.
KAWASAKI ZX12-R 99-01 NIKKO G-PACK RACING TRE on eBay (end time 05-Apr-10 14:50:10 BST)

And some more info.
NIKKO DE-RESTRICTION MODULE







G-Pack
Nikko Racing have developed a range of electronic modules which work on the ignition and injection systems to effectively ‘derestrict’ certain motorcycles.



The G-Pack modules remove the in built factory restrictions within the electronic systems which are put there principally to help comply with noise regulations, as well as softening the power delivery of some of the faster models. These effectively prevent these bikes from reaching there maximum performance potential.



The G-Pack OVER 3 module works in the same way but also eliminates the 300 kph electronic speed limiter installed by the manufacturer on many fire breathing models of 1000cc or above.



Example

For GSX-R 1000, G-Pack OVER 3 is active at two levels, on second gear between 1900 and 10200 rpm and on the third between 1600 and 10200 rpm to unsure lightning acceleration; on fifth and sixth gear to eliminate the 300 km/h speed limiter ; rpm increases from 12300 to 12800. It operates simultaneously on ignition advance, injection, the movement of the second flapper valve and the exhaust valve.



This is a breakthrough product and is not the same as the cheaper resistor type products which fool the bike into thinking it is in fifth gear at all times. The problem with these, is that the bike isn’t necessarily in fifth gear. Why? Well if the bike is revving at 12000RPM and it thinks it is in fifth it will adjust the fuelling to suit a 150MPH or so air charge coming into the air box. If it is actually in second then it’s not travelling at 150MPH and this adjustment will be incorrect, causing the bike to run rich and hence excessively rough! Additionally, most Suzuki’s have a separate default map for neutral. This is used both in Neutral or in gear when the clutch is pulled in. Why? Because it uses a lower rev limit to prevent over revving when there is no load on the engine! If the bike still thinks it is in fifth it will not default to the neutral map and will allow you to over rev the engine – potentially causing much mechanical damage.

G-Pack is a far more sophisticated product and only affects the area’s of RPM required and leaves the other area’s untouched.



They come pre-wired ready to fit straight into your wiring loom and with modern wiring looms using different shape connectors for every connection, it is practically impossible to get it wrong. It takes only minutes to install and needs no other adjustments or modifications. They are now sold extensively in Europe and the US and are fitted as standard to all bikes in the German GSXR cup and are used by the WORLD CHAMPION Zongshen world endurance team.



This product is sold for race use only on closed race tracks and is not for road use.


1 for the newer 12's
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Nikko-De-Restr...item35a4a2f218
Cheaper as well :).

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well i'm even more confused now
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well i'm even more confused now
I'm not surprised after all that

What I can tell you is that I ride a B2H same as you going from your pic, and you have to get the G-Pack for that exact model. Mine came with two units brand new and cost me about £180

units for other years were cheaper (aparently the B2H is a bitch to derestrict)

It did make a differance and seemed to release some more power when accelerating in 2nd and 3rd (I dont tend to push it to much in 1st)

I don't remember exactly what restrictions were on the bike other than the top speed restriction which if I remember corectly one of the two units delt with while the other delt with the power restrictions which I think were in 2nd and 3rd (pos 1st as well but I don't recall that)

Hope this is of some help and if all els fails just contact Nikko and ask them (hope your french is good )

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Just checked the site

G-Pack ZX 12 R / 01-03

G-Pack Kawasaki ZX 12 R
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GP-K121/OV-01
ignition,injection 2nd. 2000-9200
ignition,injection 3rd. 1500-9200
rpm increases in 6 gear from 10000 to 10900
Eliminate the 300 km/h speed limiter

Mine defo came with two units, one of them the same as the pic you put up and one of them was bright green.

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Couldn't see the B2H being any different than a B6F thought B's were B's and the 6 etc was the year ? model and nowt more ?.
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Here you go:

G-Pack Kawasaki

'99-'00 one module, derestrict 2nd and 3rd gears

'01-'03 two modules, derestrict 2nd and 3rd gears, increase 6th gear rpm, remove speed limiter


'04-'06 one module, increase 6th gear rpm, remove speed limiter

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so will the one i have work on it's own?
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Think it will but only for the part you have brought, if yours is the top end de-restrictor then it should do that if it's the 2nd & 3rd gear rev extended then again it should work. I think you need the 2 boxes for the earlier bikes and later bikes they have made it all in 1 hence cheaper. Not something I would ever need :).
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