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Old 21st June 2006, 15:08   #1
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Question supercharging pulsar

Hello all,

I want to supercharging my pulsar 180 . I need help like where to get the supercharger from and whaterver other information u can provide me with will be very much appreciated.

and thanx finetunig for posting the thread . i tried the boric acid thing and its really impressive. but I was unable to get 100% pure acetone. as soon as I get I will try it and let u all know.
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Old 21st June 2006, 15:26   #2
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getting a supercharger for a small engine will be hard NOT impossible.
but u will have to design the shaft from the crank out and the carb air inlets which overall will be a very big budget for a small cc engine.
ur bike will loose its balance due to supercharger on oneside - handling problems.
will look odd too

best is to get a decent K&N or BMC race
design a neat free flow underseat exhaust
Rejet to what u can max to.
get high flow cams
titanium valves
bigger clutch with heavy springs
remap ignition
run on thinner rubber 2.50 front & 2.75 rear (will loose on some traction but gain speed)
clip ons
and search for a nice babe to accompany u on this machine
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Thanx a lot for the information. I will let u know the results soon
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Supercharging bikes is extremely hard and consumes both time and money. Its not a plug and play process. Try a free flow exhausts and other tried and tested methods in the book.

PM if you want more details or else browse throgh many threads here.
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Originally Posted by carazy
Thanx a lot for the information. I will let u know the results soon
if u want to have lots of power for city riding / highway riding keep playing with sprockets.

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