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Old 16th October 2004, 11:53   #1
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i want to know whether is it advisible to fit a second exhaust pipe to my cbz.
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for looks , maybe YES
for performance , NO , unless accompanied by other mods.

IMO , rather stick to one exhaust, put a HRC free flow can and KnN filter.
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no

not even for looks dipen!
look at all the new bikes 90 percent 4 cylinder ones have a single exhaust
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For how much can i fetch the HRC free flow can and a K&N filter.Thanx
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I am not too sure , but the HRC can and the filter will jointly cost u NOT more than 2500.

I am not too sure , try to chek out in the market.
There are diff types of HRC cans available , check them out too.
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i want to know whether is it advisible to fit a second exhaust pipe to my cbz.
nope .a second exhaust will not help at all.most of our bikes already have a tuned exhaust ,so there is not much u can do abt it.
maybe u can go for a k&n filter.
u cud get these from KS or s600
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Will it harm the the orignal performance.???
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wat??
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have a CBZ as well..
whats a K&N filter ? what does it do ?

want to better the performance of my bike as well..
looking for things to do
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Quote[/b] (Hatari @ Oct. 23 2004,00:12)]whats a K&N filter ? what does it do ?

want to better the performance of my bike as well..
looking for things to do
K&N is a brand name.... These air filters increase the air flow and hence the engine breathes much better. This results in better mileage and to an extent better power.

And as far as performance enhancement goes...... a freeflow, and K&N's is good for a start.
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Quote[/b] (Hatari @ Oct. 23 2004,00:12)]have a CBZ as well..
whats a K&N filter ? what does it do ?

want to better the performance of my bike as well..
looking for things to do
refer the last month's Overdrive.there is a booklet on how to chnage the chain sproket combi and alter the power.
u can also go for porting but that can ruin ur engine if not done properly.
so the ebst bet wud be to go for a k&n filter .
also i think u cud use the Fiero CV carb in the CBZ ,have seen a bike with this carb .
going for afree flow in ur CBZ will only cause loud noise rather than improve ur performance.
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i've changed the rear sprocket to 42 teeth ( from 46 )
.. do a fair bit of highway riding... and wanted the top end to increase..

will try n look up overdrive issue..
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Sorry to lift this thread from its sleep.

My colleague has a CBZ and is looking for procuring this sticker set that is on the fuel tank. Any pointers where I can get it?

hero honda cbz!!-img_20151216_141423.jpg
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Sorry to lift this thread from its sleep.

My colleague has a CBZ and is looking for procuring this sticker set that is on the fuel tank. Any pointers where I can get it?

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This was the 2004 CBZ* (star) model IMO. Most probably the original would be extinct as it was a Hero Honda one. Your best bet would be either to hunt for it in the spares shops or get it done through a graphic customizer.
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Sorry to lift this thread from its sleep.

My colleague has a CBZ and is looking for procuring this sticker set that is on the fuel tank. Any pointers where I can get it?
You can check with Safex bikes http://www.safexbikes.com/ . They tend to stock such things or you can get creative. Go to a local sticker shop
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