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FZS600 / Re: FZS600 Fazer Differences by Year
« on: 19 October 2015, 08:50:14 pm »
As for 5RT model, it also has several changes in electrical scheme:
- more powerful alternator
- headlights now operates thru relays
- another voltage regulator


As for 5RT frame, It has different fittings for front fairings on upper frame tubes

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 23 June 2015, 02:55:36 pm »
I know, I know! Update coming soon.
Ruby, I have read that you installed CDI from ThunderCat. And what for? higher revs? more advanced ignition? Or anything else?

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 31 March 2015, 06:22:38 am »
We are waiting!

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: 2000 fzs600 fox eye fairing compatability
« on: 26 March 2015, 08:35:19 pm »
I am doing such swap just right now. I'll stay in tune )))

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: R6 Rear Shock
« on: 26 January 2015, 07:14:07 pm »
Thanks, Nebuchernezzer.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: R6 Rear Shock
« on: 25 January 2015, 06:37:34 pm »
Kebab19 and other guys, please tell me if the shock on photos is just right unit.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 23 January 2015, 06:04:47 pm »
Any chance of a photo of the kit contents for the Fazer?


Will make some shots in a couple hours.


Sorry for quality.


6Sigma jet kit for Yamaha FZS600
6Sigma jet kit for Yamaha FZS600

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 23 January 2015, 08:44:09 am »
It just includes mains jets?!  :eek


It will need more than that. Glad I didn't buy from them.


No!  pivot jets (1set), main jets (2 sets. I asked them for KN+slip-on and podfilters+slip-on sets) and some twist drills and some other parts for setup. Plus brochure with instructions and tips for tuning and faster throttle response.


As for DragStar kit It also contains 2 steps of main jets. We are still thinking about which air finter to use - KN air filter or still ride with OEM one. In this case they advised me to try 2 variants of main jets.


I have thermocouple and wideband oxygen sensor equipment but no moto dyno. Will try to check afr in motion.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Cheapest cartridge emulators, Debrix no more?
« on: 22 January 2015, 07:15:52 am »
They are the best modification you can do to the standard forks (if fitted alongside replacement springs).  Obviously replacement cartridge forks swapped from other bikes would be even better.

Yes, I first ran Racetech Emus in the forks back in 2008:
http://foc-u.co.uk/index.php/topic,71.0.html

And again with cheaper Debrix Emus when I bought my second Fazer 600:
http://foc-u.co.uk/index.php/topic,8366.0.html

And talked a few other forum members into a Group Buy:
http://foc-u.co.uk/index.php/topic,9279.0.html



Kebab19, thank you for info. I found local springs manufactor with good prices and now plan to source for R6 shock and emu.
Kebab, do you have any info about suitable for FZS600 catridge forks? And I can't find (I know and I saw your posts about it) which R6 shock good for and what parts I need for setup. Please give me link.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 21 January 2015, 06:11:24 pm »
where have you been, Ruby???  :eek   I've just bought 2 kits from them.  :lol


For Fazer 600 and VX1100.


The kit contains 2 sets of main jets. Will set and check temp balance and a\f ratio.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Cheapest cartridge emulators, Debrix no more?
« on: 21 January 2015, 04:54:41 pm »
Not a stupid question at all.
A few years ago, some SV650 owners noticed these HD emulators suited 41mm diameter forks (and also noticed how cheap they were).
They found that they were a straight for 1st Gen SV650 forks.
In 2013 I discovered they were also perfect fit for Fazer FZS600 forks.
The 'debate' about whether the Emulator's preload spring is too firm (to accommodate the extra weight of Harley Davidsons) is IMO a non-issue, as backing it's preload off makes it ideal for much lighter bikes such as Fazers


Kebab19, that means that this emulators are great straight mod for Fazer? Have you or any forumriders tested it?


I am thinking about suspention tuning. Maybe USD maybe EMU... need more information. But start from EMU looks less expensive and need less time to install.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Cheapest cartridge emulators, Debrix no more?
« on: 21 January 2015, 02:12:31 pm »
Sorry for stupid question, but all links for emulators are for H.D. ones not for Fazer. is it correct?

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: R6 Rear Shock
« on: 21 January 2015, 02:02:47 pm »
looks great!  :)
What do you have in front end?


How does Fazer run with such beautifull shock?[size=78%] [/size]

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 21 January 2015, 01:40:28 pm »

Std main jet is 115, am I right? And they are all the same in all 4 carbs?


That's what were in mine.


I've been trying to change the needle jet in accordance with the instructions that came with the K&N pod filters, but with no luck as Mikuni don't make different jets for those particular carbs.


Had a good informative conversation with a guy at Allens Performance who explained to me why pod filters are not a good idea. He basically told me to throw them away and put the standard airbox back on! He's right. When you open the throttle on a CV carb you don't lift the slide in the carb, you open the butterfly. The difference in pressure between the air box and the engine (I think) then makes the diaphragm at the top of the carb lift the slide at the correct speed. This means you get smooth fuelling. By removing the airbox and fitting pod filters you screw up all the hard work done by Yamaha to find the best size and volume of airbox. That said I have a ZRX1200R I have fitted pod filters too with an Ivans Performance Jet Kit, designed specifically for that bike with pod filters, and it runs like a dream. That's because Ivan spent hours and hours on a dyno with a ZRX to come up with the best solution.


So it's doable with pod filters, but will probably take a long time to get right. And that's if you know what you're doing. I don't!


As I see it there are a couple of options open to me:


1. Measure the volume of the standard airbox and try and create something similar to fit in with my build aesthetics.


2. One of my buddies suggested fitting one big long air filter covering all four carbs so as to create a small pocket of still air.


3. Fit some slide carbs. That's the very expensive option as you're looking at around £700 for a new set.


I will probably do the best I can with what I have and also look into option 1. If the build turns out as well as I hope then I may stump up for some carbs in the future.


They guy at Allens did give me some other people to ask, but he wasn't hopeful of success.


I didn't open my carbs yet, but what to compare. My carbs seems to me to be virgin w\o any mods.


I contacted to 6sigma carbs tuners from US about correct jets for my Fazer.
They told me that pod filters is a good idea for accelertion but at high speed they suffer from air turbulance and the bike could have less top speed or so.
Also they send me some tips tuning for faster throttle response. I think you all khown it all.
Actually I put "pod-idea" on the bookshelf for now and just order KN filter in stock airbox.


Ruby, you have already driven Fazer with pods. did you touch filters by legs? they should exactly near knees?





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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 20 January 2015, 08:43:33 pm »
No problem at all. That's what this is all about, helping each other.


Hello Ruby!


Std main jet is 115, am I right? And they are all the same in all 4 carbs?

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 04 December 2014, 04:21:47 pm »
Thank you, Iwill read the topic and ask questions, If you don't mind.

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FZS600 Fazer / Re: Project Ruby Racer (custom FZS600)
« on: 04 December 2014, 01:36:54 pm »
Very interesting built!
I've just registered and just because of your topic)

I plan about pod filters installition too (additionaly to my Sebring Power Jet slip-on). Can you tell how the bike runs on low speed and low engine revs? Is it still usable for streets?

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