he said he wanted more top speed... youd need to go the other way, but youd loose power down low.usdm420 said:if its stock, go with a sprocket upgrade...try -1/front and +2/rear
that'll give ya some low end grunt and isnt too rough on your wallet
This is why i LOVE THIS GUY! audi is in my book the true definition of the "speed junky" when i asked on another site a similar question i got the SAME answer from him," put the 01'-02' motor in you r 01' 750 if ya wanna go faster dumbass!" i have to totally agree with audi if you're talking BANG 4 THE BUCK the motor swap will be the best and most rewarding decision you can make. even if you add a chip/retarder, change to a race exhaust and filter, upgrade to the 520 sprocket/chain conversion, get it custom mapped,whatever-put a bigger motor in her and she'll love ya forever! !KEEP ON TRUCKN' AUDI MY MAN! :thumbup:audi1031 said:Find 750 motor from 96-97 and get the whole carb set that is all you need PERIOD no big money spent.
4-600 total and you have it ( No replacement for Displacement)
darklord said:at the moment all its got is a viper tail can but with it on the low down power is not really the best i even find it hard to get the front wheel off the floor in first gear? with the standard can it will lift up a bit better. :clap:
I thought he was asking about how to get MORE POWER not wheelie lessons from you vagrants! :lol: one person mentions changing the sprockets and here we go with the " put a 14 on the front and a 50 on the rear and it'll come right up" and top out at like what-85?darklord said:can someone please tell me the best way to get more power and a better top speed out of my 1997 gsxr600 apart from getting a new bike as the cash flow is not that good so that means no big projects? thanks :laughings
hi! put a turbo more horse power for free that the best way than other mod nit very much cost on www.ebay.com wrote turbocharger look that and let me know!darklord said:can someone please tell me the best way to get more power and a better top speed out of my 1997 gsxr600 apart from getting a new bike as the cash flow is not that good so that means no big projects? thanks :laughings