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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-21-2011, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I hate limiters!!!!

Does anyone know how to take the governors, speed limiters, or whatever it is that limits the bike from reaching its maximum speed? If so what tools and/or computer programs do I need for this
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I didn't think the '99 BOOSA had a limiter.

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Main article: List of fastest production motorcycles
With rumors and then pre-release announcements of much greater power in Kawasaki's Ninja ZX-12R in 2000, clearly attempting to unseat Suzuki and regain lucrative bragging rights, the speed war appeared to be escalating. There were growing fears of carnage and mayhem from motorcycles getting outrageously faster every year, and there was talk of regulating hyper sport motorcycles, or banning their import to Europe.[9][13][15][20]
The response was a so-called gentlemen's agreement between the Japanese and European manufacturers to electronically limit the speed of their motorcycles to 300 kilometres per hour (186 mph).[4][33] The informal agreement went fully into effect for the 2001 model year.[2][3] So for 2001[2][3] models, and those since, the question of which bike was fastest could only be answered by tampering with the speed limiting system, meaning that it was no longer a contest between stock, production motorcycles, absolving the manufacture of blame and letting those not quite as fast avoid losing face.[19] Both Kawasaki and Suzuki would claim, at least technically, to have the world's fastest production motorcycle.

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I didn't think the '99 BOOSA had a limiter.
Not for the busa for the 07 zx10r
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Usually just requires a resister to trick the bike into thinking its in 5th gear. look up TRE mod
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Does anyone know how to take the governors, speed limiters, or whatever it is that limits the bike from reaching its maximum speed? If so what tools and/or computer programs do I need for this
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Not for the busa for the 07 zx10r
See, that would have been important information in the *first* post.

Still, I have no idea...I just ride a little SV650

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i'm pretty sure that year zx10 doesn't even have a limiter anyway.
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See, that would have been important information in the *first* post.

Still, I have no idea...I just ride a little SV650
I agree, although how do I get rid of the limiter to go over 120?
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