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valves vs. nonvalves on the zr 500

Postby ZR500PA » July 23rd, 2001, 9:44 pm

The biggest difference is when the power is made in the valved engine, the old 500 had to make power high up the rpm range. the new valved 500 is able to make its power down lower which in turn lets the clutching be changed so that you get both low end and top end performance improvements. Its quieter and get alot more miles to the gallon, (17 mpg) the valves open at 6950 rpms, and the sensor just keeps the engine timing at the right place for get up and go in along with the tps letting the computer know where to set the timing. This 500 well out performs all 500's before the valves.

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Postby MxZ MoonZ » July 24th, 2001, 8:09 am

MTC, SHOVE IT!
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valves vs. nonvalves on the zr 500

Postby MxZ MoonZ » July 24th, 2001, 8:11 am

I never said it was any faster in top speed. So think before you type. And isnt all that explaing the exact thing i said? thanks for backing up my facts kungfu, and MTC I don't even need your help

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Postby d-man » July 24th, 2001, 4:33 pm

Moon Z, why is this bast@@d mtc pickin' on me all the time? I post truthful info what I have heard, ok it might not all be true, but pretty d**n close! Then he says "such and such are all lies" LIKE CAT HAS EVER PUT OUT TRUTHFUL INFORMATION! JeeZ!
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valves vs. nonvalves on the zr 500

Postby kungfutu » July 25th, 2001, 1:09 am

NOBODY DOES! I read from the sled bible-AmSnow Shoot-out issue. They claimed that the zr 600 had 99.9hp in the shoot-out. Previously they did a dyno page on the same machine claiming it had 105.3 or something. Then they said my sled (600xcsp) make its power at 7600 RPMs while my high performance manual says I make it at 8000 RPMs. Who am I to Believe? No one, just round it off or buy your own dyno.
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valves vs. nonvalves on the zr 500

Postby MxZ MoonZ » July 25th, 2001, 8:28 am

Because D-man, a*****es like him TRY to be right all the time and when they're wrong they degrade people, and try to make them FEEL bad. everyone gives a try and half the time mtc is WRONG anyways
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