APK Kit for cbr900

That's funny!
RE: 3rd Gear wheelies -

When I was doing APK kit testing, I was driving up the highway and did a roll-on wheelie in second gear. It was kind of abrupt.
I chuckled and said to myself - "Right - and now a third gear wheelie..."
I backed off the throttle and snapped it back on at 7k. No way. But maybe..... nope.....
Brought it up to 8k, backed off, snapped on the throttle and pulled a bit back on the bars and......
Slowly, at first, then as the r's picked up, more rapidly - the front tire lifted off the ground and climbed up, higher and higher.
My memory of that surprising moment was of the tach/speedo blocking the road view.
I nearly forgot to let off the throttle....
Was it a fluke? Nope.
I did it 3 more times before I went back to the shop.

Big Smile!

Man! I put the apk'd carbs and airbox on today and man o man is the 900rr a different beast. At first I thought it wasn't a big gain but the back tire was slipping from the gain in horses. Man once I warmed the tires up real good First gear wheelies on throttle effortless second gear was cool with a chop at the right place. I love it 100 times better than my k&n and dyno jet kit.  Now I will need to get the ignition advancer and shift kit and it will be complete.

Corey Gandy
98 Tiger Striped CBR 900rr


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Modifications require that you trim the original stock plastic "dam" down. This can be roughly done with dykes, sheet metal sheers or  other means to cut plastic. Use a  "Dremel" or other high speed rotary grinder with a sanding drum to smooth the rough cut edges. 

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