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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby baz-r » Mon May 30, 2011 3:52 pm

hi i have some kawaski zx6r itb's (keihin T020AUL8) 38mm with dark green injectors of a unknown make (small denso style plugs) with EAT288 on one side and 28806YJ on the other
i have removed the primery butterflys and eletronic motor quiet easy and pluged the holes where the shaft was

i have three questions what is the injector flow rate? think fuel pressure is 44psi but im not sure or can i set up my ms2extra some other way for basic mapping calculations?
where can i get some plugs to wire my injectors up?
should i use fixed or verible type fuel pressure regulator? (fitting up to a 1800 cc zetec)
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby Tbird650 » Thu Jun 09, 2011 12:09 am

baz-r
I have the same EAT288 injectors and would also like to know what flow rate they are. Interestingly the other number is slightly different. 288071S
One thing on mine, is at the very bottom, inside of where the connector plugs, it reads "license bosch". I needed a magnifying glass plus get the light just right to be able to read it.
Google hasn't turned up with any spec nor has the workshop manual. Part number is listed as INP-288 in the 09 manual. Google on that points to a possibility of being a Nikki injector.
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby motthomas » Wed Aug 24, 2011 6:29 am

Great thread this! If it wasnt for this, I would never have thought of trying to use GSR or CB400 throttle bodies on my cbr250. Question though... Parus, you took the CB400 throttle bodies apart for your CBR400RR conversion right? Are they designed to come apart? Would there be any possibility of reducing the spacing between the stubs? As in dismantle and machine material from the mating edges. Also I would require to move the larger spacing (where the throttle spring is) from the middle of the stack to in between cylinders 3 and 4. Any idea if it is do-able? Do you have any photos of the dismantling process?

Did you also have your hands on the GSR400 throttle bodies?

Thanks,
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby baz-r » Tue May 28, 2013 3:01 am

Tbird650 wrote:baz-r
I have the same EAT288 injectors and would also like to know what flow rate they are. Interestingly the other number is slightly different. 288071S
One thing on mine, is at the very bottom, inside of where the connector plugs, it reads "license bosch". I needed a magnifying glass plus get the light just right to be able to read it.
Google hasn't turned up with any spec nor has the workshop manual. Part number is listed as INP-288 in the 09 manual. Google on that points to a possibility of being a Nikki injector.


all i found is

INP-288, Kawasaki part# 49033-0013 NOZZLE-INJECTION, Denso part# EAT288


Connector: Nippon Denso style / Sumitomo? type connector
Body Color: Dark Green
Markings (stamped by connector pins): LICENSE BOSCH
High Impedance
8 hole, 60 micron atomization droplet size
200cc/min @ 43 PSI
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby alfabit » Wed Aug 14, 2013 12:30 pm

Hi, i'm going to use ITB from a Yamaha 07 YZF-R6, anyone has a picture with/or dimentions for them? Thanks
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby jeff01 » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:48 am

Witch are the most tighter bike throttlr bodys what could be used on VR6?
Or have anybody seen ITBs in two rows before?
Thanks.
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby Matt Cramer » Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:57 pm

jeff01 wrote:Or have anybody seen ITBs in two rows before?
Thanks.


Two rows of ITBs are pretty much the usual way of installing them on wide angle V engines.

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I would expect you could do the same on a VR6 with the right manifold.
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Re: Motorcycle, Snow-Mobile & Car Throttle Specs and Pics

Postby Roleyrev » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:35 pm

SUZUKI

Make/Model: LTZ400
Year: 09-
Number of Tb: 1
Inside Diameter: 36mm
Overall Length: 88mm
Outside Diameter (intake): 48mm
Outside Diameter (filter): 46mm
Injector Make/Model: Keihin
Flow Rate (45psi/100%): 400cc
Injector Impedance 15ohm
Fuel Rail Inside Diameter: Injector breaks out to 7.9mm hose
Additional Info:
Integrated MAP(142kPa@5volts, 86kPa@3volts, 58kPa@2volts, 28kPa@1volt) and TPS sensor(5kohm)
Single cable guide.
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