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post #1 of 29 Old 08-20-2009, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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11:1 piston mod

what all has to be done to use this piston ? would the electric stator still work ?

after the mod is done what will be its advantages ? and lastly is the mod a reliable mod ? i was told at a local store once you start changing cams and all that your reliablity starts to go to sh*t
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Definately not true on durability, 11:1 is just as durable as the stock "10:1"
The starter would probably be fine with 14:1 much less 11:1. The gain in power from going from 10:1 to 11:1 is 3%, swapping the piston is pretty easy.

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Wow, 3% doesn't even seem worth the hassle


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That's about 6 more ponies for less than the price of an aftermarket exhaust that will net you about the same.

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That's about 6 more ponies for less than the price of an aftermarket exhaust that will net you about the same.
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That's about 6 more ponies for less than the price of an aftermarket exhaust that will net you about the same.
Lets say your XX has 46whp, wouldn't that mean your gain of 3% would only be 1.38hp? I don't see where 6hp is coming from. Another thing, if you're upgrading the piston wouldn't you need to go aftermarket with the exhaust anyways. I would imagine that would be the best route. I'm not trying to be a dick, just trying to figure these numbers out.


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Lets say your XX has 46whp, wouldn't that mean your gain of 3% would only be 1.38hp? I don't see where 6hp is coming from. Another thing, if you're upgrading the piston wouldn't you need to go aftermarket with the exhaust anyways. I would imagine that would be the best route. I'm not trying to be a dick, just trying to figure these numbers out.
Yea.... I thought the same thing. 3% gain that gives you 6hp would mean that your bike already had 200hp before the upgrade. One of the two numbers aren't correct.
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46whp x 3% or .03 = a gain of 1.38hp. In my opinion it just doesn't seem worth the tear down. Someone slap my pee pee if I'm wrong here. lol


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Yeah but, like, a cam *and* a 11:1 piston = a bazillion HP right?

Maybe I did my math wrong.



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well befor this all gets out of hand....... is the piston worth the buy or not ? would i need to bore out if i did wanna do it or is it "plug and play"
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