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 Vz800 35kW restriction removal

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Runar
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PostSubject: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Sat Jun 02, 2018 12:22 am

Im looking at removing the restriction kit. Instructions in the TÜV paper says you have to remove the tank. But it looks doable without doing so. Or im I wrong? I noticed the tab in the middle, I think thats the original throttle stopper. But there is also a third tab, the one most left and down. Can I cut the second tab off get more throttle twist? I dont really know. Anyone here who knows this better than me? I know the one at the top is the restriction.
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:28 pm

To get to the throttle valve, you have to remove the tank, it is not a big problem to do that. Yes you can get to the throttle without removing tank, but you have to lifted up it pretty high and secured, but for best visibility to work with throttle it is good idea to remove  fuel tank. For me it is very interesting about this restrictor, I heard about 35kw modification. If your bike is made in 2005, so may be this job was done long time before? what is your max speed, I mean how you know that you have power limited version. I can take picture of mine, to compare what tabs is original, and what is restriction stopper, it is hard to cleared what tab the most left and down you talking about
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:11 pm

Bugera wrote:
To get to the throttle valve, you have to remove the tank, it is not a big problem to do that. Yes you can get to the throttle without removing tank, but you have to lifted up it pretty high and secured, but for best visibility to work with throttle it is good idea to remove  fuel tank. For me it is very interesting about this restrictor, I heard about 35kw modification. If your bike is made in 2005, so may be this job was done long time before? what is your max speed, I mean how you know that you have power limited version. I can take picture of mine, to compare what tabs is original, and what is restriction stopper, it is hard to cleared what tab the most left and down you talking about
I have TÜV papers with information, but dont have them on me. The blue line os the original stopper, the red one is the restriction. Havent tested the top speed, but I haad it up to 140kmh, and it had somd more to go. cant post a picture right now but around the "metall" wheel there are three plates sticking out. The restrictor is the top one, the original one is the one to the left of that.
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:27 pm

I will check tomorrow on mine, how it is looks like, how many stoppers is there. My VZ800, have to be full power without any limitation, and the max speed is 165km/h, I checked it many times, but anyway I will check tomorrow those stoppers. if it is so easy realized those limitation, it means the bike don't get its maximum possible rpm, and just don't get its maximum possible power and speed. The responsibility and engine thrust on lower rpm should be the same as in normal bike VZ800, so it might be hard to check success of this operation, as there is no tachometer on bike, and not possible to check max rpm before and after. Just checking max speed before and after might get some indicators. Your power limit version is 35kW?  Full power version is 39kw, and it is pretty close. May be 35hp instead of 35kw. What was the point of those limitation 4kw?
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:44 am

Bugera wrote:
I will check tomorrow on mine, how it is looks like, how many stoppers is there. My VZ800, have to be full power without any limitation, and the max speed is 165km/h, I checked it many times, but anyway I will check tomorrow those stoppers. if it is so easy realized those limitation, it means the bike don't get its maximum possible rpm, and just don't get its maximum possible power and speed. The responsibility and engine thrust on lower rpm should be the same as in normal bike VZ800, so it might be hard to check success of this operation, as there is no tachometer on bike, and not possible to check max rpm before and after. Just checking max speed before and after might get some indicators. Your power limit version is 35kW?  Full power version is 39kw, and it is pretty close. May be 35hp instead of 35kw. What was the point of those limitation 4kw?

I only have the A2 lisence. Which limits the amount of power a bike can have. I can only leagally drive bikes with max 48bhp/35kW, max 0,2kW/kg. Thats why
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:07 pm

I took a picture of mine. You can see there are stoppers for closed drossel and open. If there is something on the way, between them, you can remove it.

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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:14 pm

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Runar
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:01 pm

Bugera wrote:

Hhm, you have a different setup. Looks kinda like I have two idle srews. And you have only one throttle stopper. What model do you have?
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Bugera
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:26 pm

Suzuki Intruder VZ800, 2014
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Runar
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PostSubject: Re: Vz800 35kW restriction removal   Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:08 am

Bugera wrote:
Suzuki Intruder VZ800, 2014
Ah, okay. Cool
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