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10-28-2019 11:29 AM
Spockster After looking at this again, it looks like the horsepower/KW on the Euro models is limited by the 110 main jet. Stock size for US is 138.
02-09-2018 03:48 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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Originally Posted by ubertalldude View Post
looks like we just got SPAMMED
or maybe he's asking how to do the ear shave in Arabic

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02-09-2018 03:41 PM
ubertalldude looks like we just got SPAMMED
04-03-2017 09:08 AM
OleDirtyDoc I think there is exhaust and intake restrictions. the jetting is also different

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04-03-2017 08:52 AM
jebahTM Thank you all for the feedback.
To clear a few things:
European Limited Version - any bike limited to or under 50 HP that can be driven with the A2 License ( 18 years old). I have the full A license.
Regarding the speed and limiters: I'm just curios to find out what they are and where they are placed, not necessarily to remove them.
My bike doesn't go past 140-150 km/h (although that's more than enough).
Anyway , I have to change the stator now so I guess I will be coming back with more questions.
I'll keep you guys posted.

Thanks again
04-01-2017 10:00 PM
Chris and Shim What an interesting thread! I'm glad mine doesn't have any limitations on it. Unfortunately, I doubt asking Kawasaki about reduced effect will garner any useful information. Too bad because now I am curious about the subject. jebahTM: all I can say is that I, personally, would not want to be riding the thing at 11,000 rpms. With my luck I'd be searching for parts of my manhood after the thing detonates under me. I've had mine a smidgeon past 9000 once and while its never since given me an issue from that time, it sounded angry enough that I would have to be hard pressed to do it again. But I'm an old guy and therefore naturally inclined to more sedate rpms. I concur with KM and would look into getting your tachometer working.
03-31-2017 04:33 PM
Knifemaker Well I guess the next question is, by what means do they reduce the "effect"?

Perhaps someone should call up Kawasaki and ask....
03-31-2017 02:25 PM
OleDirtyDoc https://www.vn750.com/forum/11-vn750-...l#/topics/1955
here's a thread I remember reading"holy old thread batman"
another http://moto.zombdrive.com/kawasaki/1...ed-effect.html
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03-31-2017 02:07 PM
Knifemaker Well I'd get that "rev counter" fixed.
AFAIK, the euro models are not "restricted"
I mean seriously, they sell 190hp BMW's over there, why would you restrict a 50hp bike?
03-31-2017 01:27 PM
OleDirtyDoc probably 4-10 hp up top with earshave

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