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I would like to personally welcome all ZX-11 riders to SBN. Have a problem or question please feel free to shoot me a PM. Jay

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Question Hi,would like to find out more about zx-11 cdi

Hi ZZRocket,
i've just bought a zx-11 D4 which has a V&H PowerPak,having opened it up, i see 16 different maps.previous owner doesn't know much and hadn't any idea who had this installed, hence no manual.the bike pickup is good but then i get stuck unable to rev beyond 5500prm in 5th and 6th gear.gearchanges ok, no clutch slip.could it be the carbs? i have a stock cdi given but have not installed it. is it ok to just swop to the stock to try out the difference?
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I'm New to this forum So I thought I'd introduce myself.(i can't believe i spelled introduce correctly the first try.LOL) I ride a 1983 Kawasaki ZX100a1 that has been heavily modified. Don't get me wrong the motor and chassis are stock but it has had a frame off cleaning and paint job. The oem air box has been replaced with pods, the pipe is now 4 into 1. The sprockets have been changed to 46/14.
and then was put back together without any attention to detail. Ie. Missing bolts, wiring harness routed in correctly that type of thing.
As I sit here right at this very moment I can turn around and look at today's rehab project : replacing the DFI system with a set of Carbs! and of course going through the wiring. All in hopes of some reliability.
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I'm New to this forum So I thought I'd introduce myself.(i can't believe i spelled introduce correctly the first try.LOL) I ride a 1983 Kawasaki ZX100a1 that has been heavily modified. Don't get me wrong the motor and chassis are stock but it has had a frame off cleaning and paint job. The oem air box has been replaced with pods, the pipe is now 4 into 1. The sprockets have been changed to 46/14.
and then was put back together without any attention to detail. Ie. Missing bolts, wiring harness routed in correctly that type of thing.
As I sit here right at this very moment I can turn around and look at today's rehab project : replacing the DFI system with a set of Carbs! and of course going through the wiring. All in hopes of some reliability.
Welcome to SBN. Good luck with the bike.

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