Brent Broussard's bike
Yamaha R6 03-04-05
$159.95 set of 4 2 pc Superflares
out of stock
+3 to +4 high rpm power, no loss of low and mid.
Slip these new Factory Pro designed 2 piece intake stacks into your airbox - no cutting or drilling - just a small #1 Phillips screwdriver and normal hand tools required -
Factory Pro's SuperFlare R6 Stacks have a patented 2 piece design that allows for a full radius, airflow increasing flare - unlike the standard Factory Pro "XS" ,Graves and GYT stacks.
I'm not sure why they couldn't make
aftermarket stacks for the 05. The stacks work exactly the same on the
later 05 bikes as they do on the 03-04 bikes, even though the throttle
body bellmouths are very slightly larger than the early bike (maybe the throttle
bodies are a teeny bit too large, as EC997 dyno testing indicates) -
2007 December 6
2-new spark plugs (forgot what kind)
3-micron high mount exhaust (slip on)
4-15/48 gear setup 520 chain
Thank you very much Anthony
again sweet work on that creating these stacks!!!!
And also, we still make... The ORIGINAL design one piece Factory Pro stacks for a $100. See below.
2-3 TRUE HP
4 stacks / $99.95
fits: 03-04-05 models
Easy to get, quick
to install - a straighter power curve + a big triangle of
upper rpm power that wasn't there before.
30 minutes to
My buddy (with the R1), is also now attributing your velocity stacks to me passing him. Of course, it has nothing to do with rider ability ;).
He, along with the rest of the guys that ride with us, are now interested in the stacks - yours in particular. He was wondering if you have stacks for his 04-05 Suzuki GSX-R 600 in addition to those you have for the R6.
Anyways, just asking. Let me know. Thanks!
C~Office Arcadia, CA
Hybrid Ceramic microbearing arm and heat treated shift spring
replaces oem: 5SL-18140-00 arm and 90506-14003 spring
w / hybrid ceramic bearing
Upgrade your stock detent arm to our F-Pro Hybrid Ceramic Microbearing Detent Arm.
Helps eliminate missed shifts and false neutrals.
Shifts quicker. More power delivered per lap.
Helps quick shifts and overly lazy shifts.
Proven concept in AMA roadracing and off road racing.
Installs on the left side, just above the shifter.
|Hybrid Ceramic Wheel Bearing kit|
4 bearing kit
2 front and 1 left rear wheel + 1 sprocket carrier
Wheel Bearing kit
4 bearing set
2 front wheel bearings
1 left rear wheel bearing (use the stock right bearing)
1 sprocket carrier bearing
Tough steel races and almost friction free ceramic balls.
Bearings have rubber seals that are easy to remove if desired.
|Ignition Timing Rotor|
Ignition Advance Rotor.
That equates to more
"snap" in throttle response for you! Makes full throttle, 1st gear,
when properly jetted, silly. (as if it wasn't already....)
MUST DO - Picks up
some of the power that is lost at low rpm / full throttle when the "EXUP"
system is removed.
For best results
- tune to
- not "A/F Ratio" power losing settings on "dealership level" dynos.
Simply the BEST single protection item for your R6's engine and chassis!
I ran Factory Pro engine covers on my rookie season in 2005 as a Novice rider with the CMRA. As you know us rookies tend to crash a bit more than others. I'm sure I'm not the first to say the covers and sliders ROCK! On several lowsides throughout the season the bike slid on the sliders and never once tumbled. I contribute this to the position on the slider on the bike. Friends with conventional sliders found the slider digging in and flipping the bike causing much damage. Needless to say, my season ended in one Championship and two 3rd places. CMRA seen fit to bump me to expert in 2006. I purchased two brand new GSXR's and have already installed Factory Pro covers on the one through RaceworX in Dallas. Unfortunately I had the chance once again on December 20th at MSR Houston to test them out. Once again they performed great!!!! The bike slid on the slider. Beside a few scrapes on the plastic the bike was not damaged.
With this said I feel like I could represent your product with much confidence! If you offer a support program I would be glad to participate. As I said, I have already purchased a set for the Superbike. I'm only in need of a left side stator cover for the 06 GSXR 1000. Attached is a copy of my resume along with a rendering on the new paint scheme for the 2006 season.
I feel the your product has saved me a ton of $$$$ in crash repairs over the past season.
CMRA #496 Expert
|Fuel Injector Blueprinting|
It's "What the other
$120 / 4 set: 2%
/ 4 set: 1%
Ever wonder why some bikes are quicker that others? Why are some just SLOW?
I guess we could tell a secret.... We've found that even clean injectors can be 2% to 5% different in flow rates on brand new bikes.... and the awful example that I used on the FI page was 11%.
To get a scale - 11% funkiness = 5 TRUE HP improvement when fixed.
The different flow rates can be OK if you happen to have the fat one on the cylinder with higher intake tract pressure during open time period.... but - that's probably just a dream that you or I would be so lucky....
What has been very common over the last few years (even into 2005...) is that race fuels have contained a material that forms a unique compound that blocks and distorts fuel flow patterns and flow rates - It's suggested that a team has a spare set of matched injectors on hand in case their bikes' power mysteriously drops by a few HP... We do......
Factory Pro will blueprint and supply a matched set of injectors - That usually makes the bikes idle better - run smoother at cruise and achieve a higher HP output on an EC997 or even a dynojet dyno.
It's what the "other guys" have been doing for years.....
The ultimate power spark plug! Denso Iridiums take less power from your overworked ignition system - ensuring that you aren't losing power because of weak spark - We've seen a 10 TRUE hp improvement when a weak system is improved! Yes - that IS rare! But - these are the spark plug of choice and a little insurance can be a good thing!
W/ aftermarket exhaust, results were even better - Like 7-8 True HP at 14k rpm. The test results are on the AMA dyno and I forgot to grab them before we packed up and left Fontana last month -
Nice job ;-)
Install instructions are below.
V Stack Installation (std XS and Superflare "SFO")
1. Remove tank
2. Remove airbox - take off lid and air filter.
3. Turn over airbox base.
4. Remove screws that hold down the metal plate that retains the intake rubbers and stock stacks.
5. Remove plate.
6. Remove intake rubbers and stock v stacks
7. Place Factory Pro XS V Stacks and intake rubbers back in place. (SFO's, take them apart and install flare "inside" and the base "outside".
8. Reinstall stock v stack retaining plate and screws.
9. Install airbox base back on bike.
10. Reinstall hoses and clamps to original locations.
11. Replace filter and airbox top.
12. Replace tank.
The r6messagenet site is a very helpful place to ask questions and get ideas on how to make your r6 an even better bike than it is. When asked, we will participate in discussions to help educate in the technical section. Members have access to all sorts of group buys and unbiased help - Marc Salvisberg
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