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Turbo Systems, Kawasaki J Model

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The Kawasaki 900-1000 is, without question, a legend in the world of motorcycling. And, it is the benchmark by which all other modern day performance street bikes would evolve from. It also marks the beginning of a little company called “Mr. Turbo”. Our first turbo system was based on the KZ engine and the success that we were having at drag racing events all over America. The world of drag racing was changed forever with the hundreds of national records and national championships achieved by our own in house racing team and the many customers that used our product on this machine over the years.

The system has had minor improvements made to it over the years, but is still available for street and strip applications. This basic system is used on KZ, GPZ, and J-Model engines with only minor changes designed around the power level and specific use, street or strip. Manufactured mainly for racing these days, we only build this system with a banana pipe (no tailpipe) that can easily be adapted for street use.


Power Gains:
Boost / Small CC (900-1000) / Big CC (1200-1400)
10lbs / 140 hp / 170 hp
20lbs / 200 hp / 230 hp
30lbs / 280 hp / 310 hp

With the increasing use of chat rooms and an endless number of places to get information these days, be careful, much of it is bad information. Every Horsepower number claimed by us on our website, over the phone, or any advertisement is based on “rear wheel” numbers from our DynoJet 250 dyno. Rear wheel numbers, at the pavement, confirmed by other dynos around the world, no exaggerating, no “pie in the sky”, and no bragging… just fact

- 0-8psi: 92-octane pump gasoline, octane booster recommended.

- 9+ psi: Race gasoline for turbo and/or supercharged applications (VP C16, etc…)

Race gas and octane booster are not required when driving the bike at normal speeds and when not applying boost.  As you will learn, a turbo is only in boost when you twist your throttle telling it to do so.  A turbo is not an uncontrollable device, and using common sense and throttle control will regulate how much and when boost is used.

Octane boosters can be deceptive.  Be sure that the booster that you choose to use is acceptable for turbo or supercharged applications as many are not.  In the past, we have used 104 Octane Booster.  There are two versions of this product available; a red bottle that is intended for light duty street engines, and black bottle that is usable for turbocharged applications.

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