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marlon1powers

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Hi i have a 2005 kawasaki ninja 636. i have a standard exhaust, and needs to upgrade. i prefer power (more bhp) than loud sound, any ideas, thanks

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robsot

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robsot says:

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tbh, you usually lose horses by putting on an aftermarket can...

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marlon1powers

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so just leave the exhaust as it is thanks 4 the reply? and also this ninja, on my paper work ec (certificate of conformity) my bike running at 95kw at 14000min 128bhp, but on this site it says 114bhp. what is the true bhp on this 636? 

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

Kawsasaki ZX 636 ninja 2005

Hi Marlon 1 powers and welcome to the site:smile

You need to get in touch with Martin at M.T.C. Exhausts he will tell you what exhaust you need for a power gain,and what you will need to do with ex-up valve,if any?.

  http://www.mtcexhausts.co.uk/

Good Luck

KCMC:tongue:

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marlon1powers

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i'll give them a call thanks for the info

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Anonymous

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The exup valve comes off with the standard can. With the Scorpion I put on there was a disc to go on to the exup motor to fool the ecu into thinking it was working. There are also servo eliminators available on ebay. which I think plug in between the motor and the ECU.

But, as you state, you want more power. Take it from me mate, who has spent lots of money on upgrades on many 600's, you are wasting your time.  To get any noticeable gains, power wise, out of a 600, you will need to be spending money on more than just a can. Big gains will only be found by changing cams in the engine and having head work done. Big bucks.

Your money would be better spent on some suspension work........ And if you still want a bit more zip, just go down one tooth on the front sprocket.

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marlon1powers

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sorry for the late reply, thanks for the info

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