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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbigfish View Post
    John, u have the inside track from "the man".
    Scottie Mac has 1 build thread to search-- sxr 1100
    Super1 has the long build thread that has most of the info.
    Read them and take notes?? The info is in the threads!!!
    To dry out the pipe u must plug the mid pipe water fitting that is below the head pipe.

    Again, if u think 48 Novi's will be better with a gutted wbox and a little port work, and a larger pump--u will be going 58-60!!!

    Don't break the formula!!!!!

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    Who are you referring to Mark. LOL.

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbigfish View Post
    a stock pump was not tested in this package.

    Impros can do everything for u. Dave will know what to use. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris03HD View Post
    If Mark doesn't mind me chiming in on his thread, I will tell you my experience with the stock sxr pump on my sxr1100.

    With a skat swirl 16/21and 80/83 nozzle combo, I gps'd at 59.8mph @ 7,400rpm.
    Last ride of the season, switched to a solas df 16/24 and 82/85 nozzle combo, I gps'd at 61.5mph, in less then perfect gps'ing conditions.

    This was all without, bigger carbs, intake, reeds, mag pump, etc.
    Just basically a well tuned stock bore setup with added compression, air filters, timing jumper, and dried out pipe mods.

    Looking forward to this summer and experimenting/tweaking some more. If I see 62+ gps'd, I'll be extremely happy, for the minimal investment made.
    Wow! Thanks for all the great info! After all the reading, this thread cuts right to the core with a couple of the many possible outcomes a guy can have with an 1100 conversion.
    This thread is a huge help to me!!

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris03HD View Post
    If Mark doesn't mind me chiming in on his thread, I will tell you my experience with the stock sxr pump on my sxr1100.

    With a skat swirl 16/21and 80/83 nozzle combo, I gps'd at 59.8mph @ 7,400rpm.
    Last ride of the season, switched to a solas df 16/24 and 82/85 nozzle combo, I gps'd at 61.5mph, in less then perfect gps'ing conditions.

    This was all without, bigger carbs, intake, reeds, mag pump, etc.
    Just basically a well tuned stock bore setup with added compression, air filters, timing jumper, and dried out pipe mods.

    Looking forward to this summer and experimenting/tweaking some more. If I see 62+ gps'd, I'll be extremely happy, for the minimal investment made.
    This almost the same set up I ran in my pratice boat . I ran a stock head , with the same results . Fill it with pump gas and pin all day long all season long !!
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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    This almost the same set up I ran in my pratice boat . I ran a stock head , with the same results . Fill it with pump gas and pin all day long all season long !!
    Amen.

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by Limitedski View Post
    Who are you referring to Mark. LOL.
    Bro, their are actually several people that had this issue!

    Chris, jetting specs for stock carbs would probably help someone. Those are great results for the investment!!!!

    What would really help would be a post with the dry pipe mod, water routing mod, and electrical jumper mod, carb specs for 44's, 46, stock carbs, all on one page!

    Keep thread short and sweet.

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbigfish View Post
    Bro, their are actually several people that had this issue!

    Chris, jetting specs for stock carbs would probably help someone. Those are great results for the investment!!!!

    What would really help would be a post with the dry pipe mod, water routing mod, and electrical jumper mod, carb specs for 44's, 46, stock carbs, all on one page!

    Keep thread short and sweet.

    MM

    A thread listing all of the above would really help... I'm running the stock carbs and have no idea where to start.


    Thank you guys for helping everyone else out, when it comes to the "right" formula!
    Last edited by Watrboy33; 03-04-2012 at 09:20 PM.

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbigfish View Post
    Bro, their are actually several people that had this issue!

    Chris, jetting specs for stock carbs would probably help someone. Those are great results for the investment!!!!

    What would really help would be a post with the dry pipe mod, water routing mod, and electrical jumper mod, carb specs for 44's, 46, stock carbs, all on one page!

    Keep thread short and sweet.

    MM
    +1 on this

    Great thread bbfish this would really help on my next project
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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    Great thread. Nice to see it summarize and see all the results.
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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    I ran 900 carbs and manifold with 900 stock jetting
    Kevin Redinger #152

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    Re: do u want ur stock sxr 1100 to run 63-64 mph?

    This needs to be a sticky. Thanks for all the information.
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