Kawasaki ZX-11 Turbo

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Kawasaki ZX 7 R

500 HP! Not a 200 HP hodgepodge blow-thru carburetted of …! There is no point your ZX-11 if it can’t more hp than anything on the RB Racing only builds state of the art systems that digital electronics, intercoolers, oil systems, air-by-pass and turbo valves, pneumatic billet wastegates, dial-a-boost controls, coated custom designed stainless feed and scavenge custom throttle bodies w/2 per port; sophisticated idle air system; closed-loop operation; IBM PC large volume plenums air distribution; digital Air/Fuel meters; sensors for air temp, temp, throttle position, pressure, IAC, O2 Lambda, compensation; and 600 HP fuel pumps.

Two Turbos protecting a 220 mph scooter for Maxton. Checker board always means the deal is Probably not a good idea to try to at all the serious hardware hidden on the Rumor is that it has two turbos, a and is running on nitro. Well, if the blows up or the government confiscates it, the two characters Bob and Jamie can always the low tech ZX-11 Turbo pit

Cold air, asphalt and the Cruising at 200 plus, chin on the half a tank of race gas and no Blues Brothers.

Results: passing tech and qualifying for license, 202 mph @ 10 psi with some coolant leaks. Next: Up the to 18 to 20 psi and increase the speeds. Watch the

28 Sept 2002: Bob Shammas (R) the record for the 1000cc class his RB ZX-11 Turbo to 207 mph. and he had another gear to go. His pit scooter 28 mph during a course inspection. Barden rode his RB ZX-11 to 209 mph. Wayne Pollack (L) his Hayabusa with Nitrous to a new of 205.00 mph.

Wayne is tripping on the Dark to stay in touch with the God of as he’s usually seen on setting Harleys.

30 Mar 2003: Bob raised his record to 218 mph at Maxton. He dynoed the bike, the results of are posted above. Inertial are not the way to tune RB Racing Turbos.

Bob only used the dyno to his Autocal.V6 Professional software

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and practicality

These kits are enough for daily commuting, usage, reliable enough for trips and are controllable enough to be raced. All EFI components are water, and vibration proof with miles of testing and 10 years of All systems are capable of achieving 500 HP.

We a maximum of 12 psi on Pump Gas (92 octane). For psi we recommend race gas and water All RB/RSR fuel injections are with stock and after ignition systems.

Contact RB for specific recommendations relating to clutches, connecting rods, water injection, compression and ignition requirements.

All components fit the fairing. There are a few minor but cornering clearance is unaffected. is a lot more to turbocharging than a plumber and routing some and hanging a turbo on your

There are thermal and air flow considerations. Most often, designed systems simply try to their design limitations by more boost then up. RB Racing gives you the benefit of 25 of design experience so you can make the reliable power from a well engineered system.

Six of our have gone into the 200 MPH Bonneville/El Mirage 200 MPH Clubs 100 percent reliability, with 1000 miles of actual at 190-220 mph, running psi with zero engine (Harley, BMW, Kawasaki,Suzuki, Triumph).

Vertical integration no compromise

We have been fuel injected, intercooled since 1985 and ALL RB Racing systems have been injected since 1989. have attempted to duplicate our draw-thru and blow-thru carbureted but they have not set one record.

RB remains the only turbocharger that manufactures its own closed-loop IBM PC EFI system designed especially for and the only manufacturer that its own custom throttle bodies for application. There can be no compromise. All are designed in-house to be the best

There is no compromise that with trying to adapt not designed for the specific job at hand.

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Dual fuel control system

Injectors/Fuel Control: Your RB ZX-11 turbo kit is shipped a dual strategy fuel system using two computers. The RSR ECU is connected to an 8 injector wiring Four of these injector are connected to your primary fuel rail) injectors are 17 lb./hr which is sufficient to your idling and full requirements to 0 Hg.

Four of the injector harness remain unconnected. The (4) 17 lb./hr are programmed from 15 Hg to 0 Hg with RSR ECU using a 1 Bar Map Sensor. This you extreme control of your driving in a programmable 16 x 16 matrix in RSR ECU Autocal software.

A secondary computer, an RSR AIC 400 controls the four (lower fuel rail) which are 42 lb.hr which the engine’s fuel requirements transition into boost to 30 The RSR AIC 400 has four selectable maps to rich) and a plus or minus 10% knob. The four maps and the knob can be changed manually the use of a PC.

The RSR AIC 400 has its own four injector wiring and 3 Bar MAP sensor.

If you wish to initially or, at a date, you can use the RSR 800i ECU to control all 8 and remove the AIC 400. If you elect to run 8 configured as primary/secondary under of the RSR 800i ECU the injectors MUST be the size. For 475 Hp at a BSFC of .45 lb./hp/hr you use eight 34 lb./hr injectors.

Mechanical considerations

Mechanical Modern (1987 up) 4 valve/5 combustion chambers are generally not to detonation for brief excursions to 12 Do not confuse boost psi with in CFM. Turbo nozzle @ 12 psi from a small turbo IS NOT the as 12 psi from a larger turbo.

RB supplies only large CFM that will produce power at a given level of than will less turbos without custom compressors. Your modern valve engine is designed to in the narrow window of 10,000+ rpm as such the effective compression is less than the stated to 12.0:1 manufacturer’s static ratio.

When you factor in duration necessary to allow inlet/exhaust overlap @ 10,000+ rpm effective compression is much On (1987 up) motors we normally you leave the stock compression/pistons in If you are hell-bent on building your motor do not lower your compression ratio below For camshafts you can increase the valve but do not shorten the duration and therefore the of the camshafts.

Overlap on a turbo prevents overworking the exhaust by allowing cooling of the valve to place which also to prevent the onset of detonation. In the lower the compression ratio the boost you can run and the more power you can If you build a 50 psi. 6.5:1 C.R it will produce a lot of power but be a dog below this.

Early 2 valve motors and motors less efficient 4 valve probably need 8.0:1 ratios to survive. For your we recommend you retain your connecting rods and pistons as seem well suited for hp. If you are hell bent on 500 hp then pistons and Carrillo rods are a choice.

To achieve 500 hp on a Dyno you are going to be served by augmenting your with Nitrous Oxide for two (1) The intercooler will be ineffective on a dyno as no fan will simulate 200 mph (2) The NO2 will cool the inlet and provide a brief power Normally we don’t recommend the NO2 due to vagaries related to temperature/pressure but in the case of Dyno Heroes a necessary evil. Hit the Squeeze at own peril!

Lock Up Clutch: this your clutch slip pass 200 hp. Mandatory on output turbo bikes.

Leave stock item in Since you are hell bent on with timing we will ask you one What is your pressure/crank at your new, guessed-at Ignition is a difficult thing to Bad designs use retarded ignition to prevent detonation.

Kawasaki ZX 7 R
Kawasaki ZX 7 R

Retarded brings its own can of thermal problems. at your own risk.

Click on the above to go to our RSR Boost Compression Calculator. This allows you to run of how boost affects your compression ratio as modified by considerations. It will give you a idea as to why turbos go so fast and how to plan your motor for particular circumstances.

Knowledge is power.

RSR800i (8 Closed Loop Fuel ECU. IBM PC Programmable

Custom Harness.Sensors: T.P.S. Air Temp, Temp, M.A.P. O2, I.A.C.,Altimeter

Pump/Pressure Regulator/Fuel Filter/Dry-break Return Port

8 Fuel w/Anodized Fuel Rails


(1) 1 Bar—RSR800i ECU, PC Programmable

(1) 3 Map Select AIC 400 w/plus or minus 10% adjustable on the fly

User Software and PC Cable

42mm Throttle (4)

800 CFM (500 HP) turbo

Positive Oil All Oil Lines/Fuel Lines and Fittings

Air to Air

Large Volume Plenum w/45mm Compressor By-Pass/Blow-Off

Boost Master Wastegate (8 to 35 psi)

4-1 Header—Ceramic Coated

Requirements: You must send to RB the oil pan and three oil lines for modification: See sheet.

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