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    The Philosopher King Array Frapps's Avatar
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    1995 ZX6c preformance

    I have a 95 ZX6c (aka gpz600, aka 600r, aka the boxy one) and i like the bike alot and over the winter i wanted to do some preformance upgrades...i am already running a muzzy full exhaust system and i will be picking up some K&N air filters but i want more!!

    With my old rg i picked up some larger carbs and after 1/2 a month of tuning there was a huge difference does anybody know of good replacement carbs?

    Because it is the c modle i am having a hard time finding info on other possible upgrades...i looked into ohilns shocks and i can find some for the zx6r from the same year but i don't know if it would work on my zx6. I also found a website that has street legal preformance cranks but same problem they have cranks for the d, r, and e modles of my year but not the c. I am pretty much screwed then?

    I am aware the best way to get more power is to buy a bigger better bike but i enjoy working on gettimg a machine to run to its full potential (on a track)

    Any one with ideas would be great
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    Moderator Array TeeTee's Avatar
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    See if you can get emulators for the forks and a revalve kit for the shock.

    The only sort of doable upgrade for the engine would be a bank of FCR carbs but that won't come cheap and they would need a fair amount of tuning to get them right. But they really open up the mid range and a bit on the top end. Lot's of money that you won't get back though.
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