More power from 1.0 Coilpack

#1
Hi everyone!
I am planning on doing some upgrades to my CG10 to get a bit more power from her. AND BEFORE PEOPLE SAY IT, I cannot use a turbo/supercharger as my rally class does not allow it and I cannot use a 1.3 as I am part of the 1.0 class and do not want to change classes.
I am looking at Fury AutoWorx Induction kit and cat-back exhaust (not allowed to modify anything before cat) and possibly 1300 cams and 1600 injectors and throttle body.
What else can I do to gain some more power that will not destroy my engine after a few hundred miles?
Thanks,
Jak.
 

frank

Club Member
#2
the only way to get good power from the 1.0 is forced induction or rpm jak
some wild cams will have it pulling strongly till 9k+ but you would need better valvesprings and the limiter lifted tho
 
#3
Thanks. Would Piper cams help with power and revs more than 1300's, and if so, do you know where I could get the uprated valve springs? I can fit them as I work at a performance upgrade specialists working on internals of engines, etc.
Thanks for your help,
Jak.
 
#6
Hmm, never thought of bike valve springs! I'm guessing they'd have to be from a 1000cc, right?
Expensive! Still, gives me something to save up for!!
 

frank

Club Member
#7
the fireblade etc have the same bore/stroke as cg10 iirc, and both have a similar power output at 6k, so if you can get yours to rev the same with itb,s/cams/4-2-1 etc it will go well :)
 
#8
Really!! That sounds like a target! Haha!
Would I need to upgrade the pistons/rings/block or would it handle the revs? I would do rings anyway as it has done over 150k miles!
 

frank

Club Member
#9
the rods would probably the 1st things to let go ? so i personally would keep it below 10k, tornado systems should be able to raise the limiter to that rpm
 
#13
well, Forged rods and pistons are way lighter. you should get them for that "10k build"
also solid lifters and double springs for the valves. hydraulic lifters won't hold up to that!

another idea would be a super light flywheel for the real motorbike feel.
good luck with the build.

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frank

Club Member
#14
well, Forged rods and pistons are way lighter. you should get them for that "10k build"
also solid lifters and double springs for the valves. hydraulic lifters won't hold up to that!

another idea would be a super light flywheel for the real motorbike feel.
good luck with the build.

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hydraulic lifters ? and a cg10 at 10k has about the same piston speed as a cg13 at 7.5k rpm
 
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