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Bigbore4


Zone Head
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posted August 08, 2021 10:39 PM        
ZX12 Stuff

Tons of 12 stuff setting around. Never got around to building the second bike, so most of the stuff is available.
Once I figure out how to post pics, I'll do it.

Looks like I'm going to part both my 00 and the Corbin/Muzzy turbo 12.

The 00 was completed in 2011 with an Ace 2mm overbore, Ace head with Megacycle 419X5 cams.
The bike has less than 200 miles on it since.
Engine will be parted-
Head with cams and sprockets,
Carrillo rods,
Cylinder and CP 2 mil pistons,
R&D Racecut gearset,
Crankshaft,
Crankcase studded top and bottom,
Big injectors,
muzzy stacks,
Akro exhaust with tsugi shortened can, 60mm,
Muzzy clutch with Muzzy basket,
ETI Carbon/Kevlar fuel tank,
Muzzy high volume fuel pump,
Reflashed ecu with I think 12500 limit.
PC3 usb,
Ohlins R/T forks
Scotts damper with mounting kit
ProMach custom yokes- 26mm vs stock 32mm offset- billet
PFM superbike brake kit, Narrow pad track with quick change rotors, 6 pot radial mount calipers
Brembo Master cylinder.
Custom clip ons
BST carbon wheels with sprocket and chain
Ohlins rear shock
Seat
Pillion seat
rear cowl cover
All plastics

The turbo bike is as listed previously in one of Doug Meyers posts-

History:
In 2002 Mike Corbin wanted to run a ZX-12 at Bonneville with a set of his Beetle Bags hard saddle bags attached, thereby creating "The World's Fastest Bagger".
Corbin supplied Muzzys with a new 2002 ZX-12 and paid Muzzys to build the bike.
The bike was run at Bonneville that year with me attending to it and ran 219mph on 11 pounds of boost, setting a record, putting the rider into the 200mph club, and achieving Corbin's goal, pretty much right off the trailer. After that run, the Innovative electronic boost control failed and since we had no spare and Corbin had other products to work on, the bike was withdrawn from further competition. I did the tear-down for the record cert., found the engine to be in perfect shape and reassembled it.
Corbin took the bike back to Hollister where it sat for some time. During that period, Corbin removed the bodywork to build a display for his showroom. Since I had expressed a desire to purchase it at Bonneville, they offered it to me and I purchased it 5 years ago
When originally built, Mike Corbin spent nearly $25,000 on this bike and this was at reduced "sponsorhip" pricing from Muzzys.
Engine description:

84mm small pin turbo pistons
Custom small pin rod bushings
2nd inlet cam (used @exhaust side)
Adjustable cam sprockets
Turbo valve springs (high press inlet)
Cylinder head studs/nuts
Freshly fit main and rod bearings
Turbonetics T3/T4 Hybrid Turbo
Multi-stage waste gate
500hp Fuel pump
Kinsler pressure regulator
550 cc injectors
Muzzy billet velocity stacks
Stainless Turbo exhaust
Stainless inlet ducting
Billet airbox (frame) filter block-offs
Billet oil filter relocation housing
Turbo scavenge pump
Muzzy clutch kit incl. drilled hub, springs/plates
Electronics:
DTA ECU (incl. software)
Exile Multi stage boost controller
Boost controller solenoids
Complete DTA wiring harness
DTA Computer data download cable
Air temp sensor
Water temp sensor
3 bar ABS sensor
7mm plug wires
Data acquisition:
Racepak V300 Data Recorder
8 channel (4 digital, 4 analog)
4 probe EGT Option (incl. Probes)
UEGO O2 Sensor
UEGO Data Controller
V300 Clutch RPM upgrade
V300 Air Fuel module
Manifold presser sensor
All necessary software
Chassis:
Muzzy welded 3" extended swing arm
Braided lines
Muzzy Lowering links
Stainless swing arm lift spools
Alpha Gold chain
All wiring and plumbing is aerospace and race quality.

Other used and new parts-



Crank
Rods
Used cylinder- good
New takeout pistons from the Muzzy/corbin turbo project
Stick coils-new
Injectors with harness- new
Exhaust cams- 2, excellent shape

gvcone@hotmail.com

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herbg26


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posted August 10, 2021 01:56 PM        Edited By: herbg26 on 10 Aug 2021 20:57
How much for 00 ECU?

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Bigbore4


Zone Head
Posts: 806
posted August 10, 2021 10:18 PM        
Probly have to get 350 for it. I'm going to let this list set here for a bit, and If I get some interest in some of the major bits, then I'll start stripping it.

I'll try to update the listing with prices, within the next week.

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fish_antlers


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The Truth is Out There
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posted August 21, 2021 05:59 AM        
How much for the Corbin bike whole? Is it together and running?
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Bigbore4


Zone Head
Posts: 806
posted August 21, 2021 12:07 PM        Edited By: fish_antlers on 21 Aug 2021 22:50
If I can get your number, I'll ring you Sunday, your time. Just send to my xxxxxxxx and let me know a good time to ring you.
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Jaysom


Parking Attendant
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posted September 04, 2021 03:46 PM        
Hi,

Off of the 2000 I'm interested in the exhaust, ecu, stacks, rear shock, plastics, scotts damper and just for fun what are you looking to get for the fuel tank and bst wheels?

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Bigbore4


Zone Head
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posted September 06, 2021 07:08 PM        
Hi. Can we chat through email @ gvcone@hotmail.com?
If I can get your number, I'll ring you.

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PolishAvenger


Parking Attendant
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posted December 13, 2021 11:49 AM        
Is this still a thing?
-Mark

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Bigbore4


Zone Head
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posted July 14, 2022 09:47 PM        
Still got everything
gvcone@hotmail.com

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