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Managed to spend some time at RCC over the weekend. And For All You Boost Lovers out there I'm Happy to report the RCC Mechanical Oil scavenge will soon be available for us Kawi Guys. Very Soon.

No longer will a electrical pump be required. Welding in a return fitting into our oil pans just became obsolete. One less thing to worry about. If any of you ever had a blown a fuse or suffered premature pump failure you clearly understand what a blessing this is. Very Nice Design. Very Very simple to install. Light Weight, Clean. Luv it.



Sneek Peek. Pic Shows My bike being fit tested with the prototype. The finished unit will be black anodized I'm told. Soooon, can't wait.

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Sun Sep 20, 2015 8:59 pm
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Fantastic effort by Richard and yourself, it looks to be quite small also which is a really good outcome.
Cant wait to get my hands on this. I will be using an Adams 1 1/2" pan so the last thing I want is the pump to become the lowest thing on the bike.
Should save some weight also.

Now get onto the cable clutch and inter cooler.

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This is what i want for my next turbo project ! :thumbs:

I just bought a brand new ZX14R for my next turbo bike project. But not before, i finished my another turbo bike upgrade.

It's sure, i will buy this scavenge oil pump setup for my ZX14R Turbo when i'm ready...


Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:35 am
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Will this fit the gen 1 also?

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Damn you, Double R... the electric oil pump was the last stumbling block to me installing a 4psi booster.

Now I have to buy a kit...

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Mon Sep 21, 2015 8:22 pm
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kawasakijockey wrote:
Will this fit the gen 1 also?


Yes, safe to say fits all below.

This Kawasaki 14091-0896 COVER,PULSER is used in the following models and assemblies:

2008 CONCOURS 14 (ZG1400B8F) - Engine Cover(s)
2008 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400A8F) - Engine Cover(s)
2008 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400C8F) - Engine Cover(s)
2008 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400C8FA) - Engine Cover(s)
2009 CONCOURS 14 (ZG1400B9F) - Engine Cover(s)
2009 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400A9F) - Engine Cover(s)
2009 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400C9F) - Engine Cover(s)
2009 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400C9FA) - Engine Cover(s)
2009 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400C9FB) - Engine Cover(s)
2010 CONCOURS 14 (ZG1400DAF) - Engine Cover(s)
2010 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400CAF) - Engine Cover(s)
2010 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400CAF) - Engine Cover(s)
2010 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400CAFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2011 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400CBF) - Engine Cover(s)
2011 NINJA ZX-14 (ZX1400CBF) - Engine Cover(s)
2012 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400CCF) - Engine Cover(s)
2012 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400ECF) - Engine Cover(s)
2012 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400ECFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2013 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400CDF) - Engine Cover(s)
2013 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400EDF) - Engine Cover(s)
2013 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400EDFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2013 NINJA ZX-14R ABS (ZX1400FDF) - Engine Cover(s)
2013 NINJA ZX-14R ABS (ZX1400FDFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2014 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400CEF) - Engine Cover(s)
2014 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400EEFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2014 NINJA ZX-14R ABS (ZX1400FEFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2015 CONCOURS 14 ABS (ZG1400EFF) - Engine Cover(s)
2015 NINJA ZX-14R (ZX1400EFFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2015 NINJA ZX-14R ABS (ZX1400FFFA) - Engine Cover(s)
2015 NINJA ZX-14R ABS (ZX1400FFFB) - Engine Cover(s)


Although different part number in 2007 and 2007 COVER,PULSER,F.S.BLACK 14091-0627-11E ????

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Damn you, Double R... the electric oil pump was the last stumbling block to me installing a 4psi booster.

Now I have to buy a kit...


Lol, Hagrid 4psi is where it starts. Once that hook sets deep, No getting off. Nothing and I mean nothing like a finely tuned Boosted Big CC Bike. That Pull Never Gets Old. Crack For Gear Heads.


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:thumbs: I'll take one


Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:50 pm
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Bigwil wrote:
:thumbs: I'll take one


not before me :D


Tue Sep 22, 2015 10:37 pm
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oh yes. a must for me as well... .. hey romans how is the fitment with the plastics on? trimming required?

:plus1: on what max said.. get to the intercooler next...
i love the hydro clutch... nice and smooth..


Mon Oct 05, 2015 8:38 pm
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pussy get on the cable clutch

Pump should ship end of week :lol: :D :bigthumb: :mrgreen: :wreck: :thanks: :thanks:


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the pumps are available NOW :bigthumb:
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Anyone have a price on these?

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:thumbs: Mine is the one with out finger prints lol sooooonnnn :thumbs:


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venomous_zx wrote:
oh yes. a must for me as well... .. hey romans how is the fitment with the plastics on? trimming required?

:plus1: on what max said.. get to the intercooler next...
i love the hydro clutch... nice and smooth..


I will take some pics when installed. I should have it any day now. As for the intercooler,,,,,,,,,, ?????


Wed Oct 07, 2015 1:07 am
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$500
Ordered and paid for.
postie postie go man go, postie postie don't be slow


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Holy shitowski, thats expensive. I didnt realize they were that much.

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kawasakijockey wrote:
Holy shitowski, thats expensive. I didnt realize they were that much.


Same For Hayabusa.

http://store.schnitzracing.com/rcc-mechanical-oil-scavange-pump-suzuki-hayabusa-99-15/


Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:32 am
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Arrived today and install finished. Really clean and simple product and nice install.

I must add that Richards honesty is beyond reproach. I had an issue with my PayPal and it seemed the payment did not go through which I got confirmation from PayPal a few days latter. So I did another payment and apologized to Richard. Turns out the first payment did go through advised Richard and he immediately refunded me the second payment. Top bloke right there.


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Richard is a stand up guy! :thumbs: Let him tell you the story why he got into making The top turbo kits out there!


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There are only 2 turbo people out there to deal with! RCC Turbo and NLR!


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Looking Good :thumbs:


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Well I have done probably 50 pulls on the dyno in the last week and this pump has worked perfectly, don't matter if it's a full power run, part throttle cruise, idling, roll down from full revs or start up, simple answer is it works the way it should.


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OzzyMax wrote:
Well I have done probably 50 pulls on the dyno in the last week and this pump has worked perfectly, don't matter if it's a full power run, part throttle cruise, idling, roll down from full revs or start up, simple answer is it works the way it should.


Hey Ozz I've been out of it for awhile. Family issues Ugh !

Finally Got some time to check in this morning to see what all you guys are up to. Ozz, Your 50 pulls grabbed my attention,,, Now what would have you on the Dyno doing 50 pulls? More Boost perhaps lol ???? Curious as to testing your results ?

As for the pump I still have not had time to install mine. I too expect zero trouble. During the testing of the prototype Richard was using clear hose for the oil lines. Even at idle that pump has lots of pull on the suction side. Great pump, Very Nice.


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Hi Romans, I understand the family stuff, life happens.
dyno work was all about the new bike setting up the Haltech, found quite a few issues with the bike in the fueling area, pump failed, then pressure reg, replaced them and still running out of fuel at about 9500 and up. added a second pump, new 3/8" lines and it seems resolved.
Now have a miss which seems elect but can't track it down.
Only got to 16psi boost air temp is way up so more development needed.


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OzzyMax wrote:
Hi Romans, I understand the family stuff, life happens.
dyno work was all about the new bike setting up the Haltech, found quite a few issues with the bike in the fueling area, pump failed, then pressure reg, replaced them and still running out of fuel at about 9500 and up. added a second pump, new 3/8" lines and it seems resolved.
Now have a miss which seems elect but can't track it down.
Only got to 16psi boost air temp is way up so more development needed.


:vroom: Only 16 psi ,,,, Should have you close to 370 horsepower now. How far are up in boost are you going once fueling gets sorted ? Going to be a fun ride.


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not sure on HP, I am on a car dyno so spinning 2 drums. Once I get some data and clean it up a bit we will just let it eat to what ever it can do. Depending on ET there may or may not be a bigger unit needed. I will make an inter cooler for it to help out once I decide if I am changing compressor or not.


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Anybody running one of these pumps had any issues with them. I want to order one but at $500 don't know if it's worth it.


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not a single issue. In fact it is so good you just simply forget all about it being on the bike.


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OZZy,why not use water/meth injection? I was going with an air/water intercooler that's made here in the US for the zx14,but it got pricey and adds a lot of weight .injection seems to be the way to go my 2ct.


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not really on subject Kawpower but
I run on full meth for fuel and will be going to air/air intercooler, works mostly as a heat sink but still cools down the air.
Water/meth would be just another system to set up and sort out


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Not on subject,just askin a question,thats why I just watch and read posts :?


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kawpower wrote:
Not on subject,just askin a question,thats why I just watch and read posts :?


No problem mate asking is a good thing, I just don't want to get this thread to far off subject


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I bought the cover from Richard too. For a new project.
The quality is excellent!


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OK I'm thinking of ordering one but here's my thing with my electric one I can turn the bike on once or twice and cycle it to remove any oil would like to know are you getting smoke on start up and does the mechanical pump cycle or does the bike need to turn over


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Bigwil wrote:
OK I'm thinking of ordering one but here's my thing with my electric one I can turn the bike on once or twice and cycle it to remove any oil would like to know are you getting smoke on start up and does the mechanical pump cycle or does the bike need to turn over


Have never noticed anything that concerned me, I think the small valve Richard supplies with the pump takes care of any residual oil flow once the bike is shut down


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