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post #1 of 2 Old 11-01-2015, 04:40 AM Thread Starter
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Zx14 full akropovic problem

Ive just bought full akro system for zx14 2010 uk model and was wondering if anyone fitting a pcv to it used the o2 optimiser on it and is it necessary as seen o2 eliminator which is like a plug with a resistor and a o2 optimser which is a box thats about 90 quid !!!?😱 and has anyone had any luck with standard downloaded maps ?do people pull flies out of this model or is it not needed any help would be muchly appreciated !!
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Ive just bought full akro system for zx14 2010 uk model and was wondering if anyone fitting a pcv to it used the o2 optimiser on it and is it necessary as seen o2 eliminator which is like a plug with a resistor and a o2 optimser which is a box thats about 90 quid !!!?�� and has anyone had any luck with standard downloaded maps ?do people pull flies out of this model or is it not needed any help would be muchly appreciated !!
I’m also looking to buy ZX14 full system. My problem is little different.
The game is to fit ZX14 headers to ZX12R. They are very close and ZX14 headers fit the cylinder head for side winder but not sure about the length of the pipes to clear the oil pan and oil filter on 4-2-1 system. I'm looking to get a ZX14 Akrapovic titanium system as ZX12R system is no longer available. I just started a tread in ZX12R forum if you like to have a look. Only real problem is the headers if they fit or not, rest is an easy mod. ZX14 pipes are little bigger and With PCV and jetting the ZX14 system should and would come alive on ZX12R. So if you have some Measurements From the top of the exhaust hole/port to the lowest point of the oil pan in millimetres would help a lot. Also I haven't found a good picture of the ZX14 oil filter with the headers to compare to the ZX12R oil filter and clearances. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
For your problem I think that there is couple of questions you would need to know. Are you running the ignition module, traction control or quick shifter and how do the sensors work for these aids. Maybe the gain is small but connecting other systems and having one source might be the way to go or peace of mind. Also witch way is the easiest to set up on dyno. Every aftermarket system is a gain but to make it really work you need a dyno and when having a new mapping and system you also need to dyno the TC and QS to a new environment.
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