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    Question 08 CBR 600 RR - Full Power / Limiter Off

    Hi Guys,

    I have been doing some research on shops that might offer the service of limiter cut and full power adaptation for 07-08 CBR 600 RR.

    Apparently, there will be a standard kit for sale sometime next year or so... but who wants to wait for extra power/speed?

    I got a Jardine RT1 slip-on, and Power Commander III installed already...

    I called this shop in Aichi ken... they said that using the after-parts that I have now, it will cost me about 115,000 yen,and a week or two of waiting (testing period).

    http://www.motolab-ej.jp/ ... please copy and paste this URL.


    1.Replace insulators
    2.Modify Intake Manifold
    3.Fuel controller ( I think this will be the Dynojet PC III)
    4.Turn off the limiter
    5.Replace to aftermarket exhaust


    Also, putting the bike in a rental van, travel costs to Tokyo-Aichi... will add to this total.

    Would you guys have any info/leads on this matter?

    I heard that Chiba ken might have a shop that does this type of work....

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.

    4649,
    D.
    Last edited by cbr6rr; 15-10-09 at 11:01 PM.

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    Give these a try maybe?

    http://www.kenso-bakudan.co.jp/

    http://www.drsuda.co.jp/index2.html

    The Chiba shop is in one of Cmac's threads somewhere.

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    Thanks... I will check them out...

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    Some comments:

    The PCIII might not be enough to go around the electronic limiters built into the ECU.

    I believe the Japanese domestic CBR600's have different camshafts compared to the EU spec bikes. This means that even with the mods you listed the bike will still be down on power compared to the non domestic models.

    I have a Japanese domestic spec CBR600 myself. It is a 2005 model but I believe the engine is nearly identical to the newer bikes. It has been derestricted and runs fine.

    I think you should check the price of the insulators and the unrestricted manifolds. These are the only parts necessary I think.The ECU is probably reconfigurable with some rewiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordthebiker250 View Post
    Give these a try maybe?

    http://www.kenso-bakudan.co.jp/

    http://www.drsuda.co.jp/index2.html

    The Chiba shop is in one of Cmac's threads somewhere.
    Kenso have always been good to me. Also, they used to rent us the
    Dyno at a good rate when we wanted to do power checks on our bikes.
    Japanese only.

    Suda is quite a bit more expensive for work ( probably 50% more expensive ).
    But he speaks English and talks straight. They had a bad
    mechanics there some years back who ended up pissing off a lot of
    customers. But I think the mechanics there now are quite a bit better.

    Either shop should be able to do what you want.
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    If you missed this thread, you MIGHT find something useful; but then again, maybe not.

    http://gaijin.s216.sureserver.com/Fo...ead.php?t=3681
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    Default Still Researching.....

    It seems that most (Japanese) people who buy a 07-09 CBR 600 rr, do NOT mind being RESTRICTED!!!
    Thanks for your advices....
    Any further info it will be greatly appreciated.

    4649!

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    out of curiosity why go that far? if you want more power it seems like it would be cheaper to sale and upgrade to a bigger machine. I really like the 600 but for the price of upgrading it could you just get a 1000?

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    First, I truly like the looks & ergonomics of the 600rr, and for city riding in-and-out of traffic, it seemed to be the best choice for my body size and riding style....
    Needless to mention, the 600RR sits at the top of the 600 class, track ready.
    Getting a CBR 1000 would also be a good choice, but I was very focused in buying a 600 RR, 3 months ago... and so I did.
    I had a few 250cc, 600cc, 750cc, 1000cc, 1100cc, they are all great bikes for the right purpose, now... the 600RR fits my purpose.
    I just spend some significant cash getting an exhaust system w/ carbon slip, PCIII, and other minor parts, the bike has 5,000kms...
    I can not consider selling it for a lot less than I bought it (3 months ago)... then spend more money for a 1000.... not counting the after mods.
    The truth is...
    What breaks my back is having the throttle cut out once the revs reach 9,000-9,500 rpm, or at 190km/h....especially when we all know the red-line starts at 15,000 rpms, and there is sooooo much power untouched.
    Also having a "beefed up" 400cc zing by me on the highway does not put much hair on my chest... to say the least....

    If I can find a trustworthy shop to do the Derestriction/FULL Power modification (using the parts that I already have) it might come around 115,000 yen or so...
    http://www.motolab-ej.jp/

    Not cheap, but still worth it.... I believe.....

    I wish I could find someone who has done this same work on their 600rr to listen to their suggestions....and of course, the shop that did it.

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    Where in Tokyo do you live?

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    Sumida-ku,
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    I've done about 246km/h on my '05 600RR with just a Yoshimura slip on and a few other de-restrictions. Probably could do more but I ran out of road. Goodluck, incredible bike this be.

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    Yeap.... going faster is not always the main "pleasure"....
    But....not being able to do it, while having plenty of unreachable power, is nothing but "painful"....

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    Thanks. it sounds like you have a good plan. You should post som pics when your done

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    Smile

    This unit will disable the throttle limiter, but it is not a FULL POWER conversion... I mean, no power gain.
    I am going to order one, try it out, and let you guys know the outcome.

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    Tommy, here are some random recent photos...
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    Nice. i love that white honda put on there i would of gotton it but there was a little better deal on the red i got instead. how are the mods going so far

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    Default Yeap...

    Actually, I am not very attracted to white color for cars or bikes.
    But this Honda Pearl White and Black looks really good...

    I am going to paint the rear set cover and the rear "tire hugger" pearl white as well....

    Still haven't ordered the Limiter Cutter, but will do it this week...

    Got any pics of your CBR?

    Lets hook up for some riding sometime...

    D.

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    yeah sounds good! i just orderd an hugger that matches the paint from no limits and it looks really good. im having problems ataching pics but there are some on my profile.

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