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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-26-2006, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ninja ZX 10R question...

I am only 15 so dont give me any smartass ansdwers this time around....I am from West Virginia to so I am a crazy mother fucker lol jk but anyways...On the info on Kawasakis site for the ZX 10r it says a new fuel injection system featuring ultra-fine atomizing fuel injectors to work with the 43mm throttle bodies and duel throttle valves...What the fuck does all of this mean and hows it work cas I never work on these bikes cas I am to young to have one but can someone explain this to me please...
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The ultra-fine atomizing injectors crush up matter and anti-matter particles into a fine mist and inject them into the plasma stream. This leads to the creation of a more stable sub-space field and hence, to a smoother transition to warp speed.
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Where the hell are ya lateott??
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I get the feeling this kid is never going to get a break lol. He may as well just create a new account now if he wants real answers
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CWick, it's unncessary to create multiple wasteful topics revolving around the same theme. As I said before, don't start on a literbike, and no one wise here will give you honest answer if you're unwilling to listen.
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The ultra-fine atomizing injectors crush up matter and anti-matter particles into a fine mist and inject them into the plasma stream. This leads to the creation of a more stable sub-space field and hence, to a smoother transition to warp speed.
Well that answers all my questions. Who cares how it works, All I know is I twist that thingy on the right and I'm in the next county lost.
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Re: Ninja ZX 10R question...

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I am only 15 so dont give me any smartass ansdwers this time around....
Ask for not smartass ansdwers, 15 year old grasshopper, and smartass ansdwers you shall recieve.

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On the info on Kawasakis site for the ZX 10r it says a new fuel injection system featuring ultra-fine atomizing fuel injectors to work with the 43mm throttle bodies and duel throttle valves...What the fuck does all of this mean and hows it work
43mm throttle boddies refer to how much muscle you should have on your body to be able to ride that. In this case, you should have 43mm of muscle at least. As previously mentioned, the ultra fine atomizing fuel injectors refer to a more efficient entry into warp, thus allowing you to more quickly reach mach 4 speed. Duel throttle valves are valves that open up the NOS bottle to go faster in a street race (aka a duel).

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cas I am to young to have one
Perfectly sensible. One must, in most cases, first reach puberty to start developing a good throttle body. It'll take some work before you get to 43mm.

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but can someone explain this to me please...
Your parents have taught you well in the art of manners, grasshopper, for I am proud of your use of the word please. That will get you far in life. And I can answer this question for you. Yes, my young friend, somone most certainly can explain this to you.

I see you are genuinely interested in learning how sportbikes work. I reccomend you PM Vash about how colored powerbands work. He's a real guru in that area and can provide you with a lot of Special High Intensity Training on the subject (read the acronym).
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While VERY amusing hahaha...i think hes just asking a legitimate question this time. so maybe some1 can give him just a real basic answer.
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SkinnyJ has a very good point. howstuffworks will answer most, if not all aspects of his question.
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