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Old 05-13-2018, 03:53 PM
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I hope this is the right place to post this. So I have a 1992 CBR600f2 an I am curious about add ons for power. I just rebuilt the carbs and really it runs great, but I want more power, so I am looking for any and all recommendations.
 
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Old 05-15-2018, 11:10 AM
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Start off with a jet kit exhaust. Hi flow air fillter, timing advance rotor.. those are the most popular bolt on mods.. how much more power you looking for?
 
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Start off with a jet kit exhaust. Hi flow air fillter, timing advance rotor.. those are the most popular bolt on mods.. how much more power you looking for?
All this stuff plus change your sprockets.
 
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First thing I did back in '91 when I bought my F2 was to put on a Two Brothers pipe and a Dynojet Stage 2 carb kit. Made it scream above 9000 rpm, but I really miss the midrange it had before.

You don't get something for nothing, and while you'll gain a few HP in the upper band, you'll sacrifice the place where you do 90% of your riding: 4000 to 8000 rpm. If I had to do it all over again, I'd have left it stock, as it was a lot more fun to ride when just bopping around town. Was a hell of a lot quieter too...
 

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First thing I did back in '91 when I bought my F2 was to put on a Two Brothers pipe and a Dynojet Stage 2 carb kit. Made it scream above 9000 rpm, but I really miss the midrange it had before.

You don't get something for nothing, and while you'll gain a few HP in the upper band, you'll sacrifice the place where you do 90% of your riding: 4000 to 8000 rpm. If I had to do it all over again, I'd have left it stock, as it was a lot more run to ride when just bopping around town. Was a hell of a lot quieter too...
do you remember what was the stage 2 set up? Just curious because I never saw
 
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Was a lot of years ago...thought I kept the documentation, but searching so far has been fruitless.
 
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