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  • Performance options.

    Posted by Dave on December 18, 2023 at 1:53 pm

    Hi, I’m looking to add some more get up and go to my Vision.

    I’ve a Hammer S as well that has a lot of Lloyds parts on it, but I’m not sure that style of power increase would suit the vision?

    Was wondering if anyone knows of anyone who is still producing a forced induction system for these? I’ve seen them in the past, but the Hammer never needed it, and the Vision is new to me, just wondering what the options are at the moment??


    Rylan replied 1 month, 4 weeks ago 2 Members · 3 Replies
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  • Rylan

    December 19, 2023 at 5:56 am

    The sky is the limit here. Once you see the actual costs of a forced induction engine you’ll probably ditch that idea. It’ll be somewhere in the $10,000 to $20,000 region.

    The most common mod is The Cam Job (cams, intake, engine controller). This has huge gains in power and comes in about $2500 with no change in the economy or reliability of the bike.

    Really, it comes down to your budget. A $2500 is great, $8000 makes more power, $15,000 makes even more power. Just stop me when your wallet is tapped out.

  • Dave

    December 19, 2023 at 6:37 am

    I’m going to suggest money isn’t an object in this. I’m selling up my bikes, 12 at last count up but the run around the garage and mate, and some of those are in the 30-35k range.

    I’ve had an accident and will.never have a knee that bends past 90 degrees again, which means feet forward riding only.

    I was looking at a pro-charger (I’ve rebuilt a TVR (very lightweight UK car) with a 5.2 V8 that I’ve put a Rotrex charger on and I like the way that makes power compared to my Turbo ZRX (which I can’t get my feet on the pegs anymore) and my zH2 follows that theme of linear power.

    I checked out the pro-charger option, but that seems to be a Lloydz kit and no longer available?

    I’m sure my build cost for my CB750 race bike was close on 35k GBP by the time I add up everything.

    I suspect the main issue will be getting it all to the UK??

  • Rylan

    December 20, 2023 at 10:12 am

    Lloydz no longer makes the supercharger kits.