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Offline NKOTB 900RS

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #10 on: July 23, 2019, 07:20:55 PM »
*Originally Posted by Papa Cap [+]
I'm really interested in getting one of these but I can't find one listed for the Z900RS. Can anyone who has one installed tell me what the part number is, where one can be purchased, and possibly where it plugs in and are there any settings? I normally do a ton of research on stuff like this and read all the install literature before I purchase but I just can't seem to find anything related to our bikes.

My local Kawasaki dealer got my module from these guys. They are in the UK but at least there is someone to get one.

https://www.performanceparts-ltd.com/road/kawasaki/z-900-rs-cafe-18/2018/categories/filters-and-fuelling
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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #12 on: September 07, 2019, 10:48:53 AM »
Hi there,

Thank you for the links!
Please NKOTB and Bourbon, can you guys tell us a little more about this module ? Can it make disappear totaly the snatchy throttle issue ? And what about the fuel consumption : severe or light increase ?

Thank you to take time for answer
Kawasaki Z 900 RS - Suzuki 1200 GSX - Triumph Bonneville T -100 - Kawasaki Vulcan 900 - Triumph Speed Triple 955 I - Triumph Sprint ST 955i - Triumph 900 Legend - Yamaha 1200 XJR - Norton 850 Commando MK2 - Kawasaki 1100 Zephyr - Yamaha 750 FZX - Yamaha 1100 XS - Kawasaki 1000 ST - Suzuki 600 DR - Honda CB 750 F2 - Kawasaki Z 650 B1- Triumph Bonneville T120 (1972) - Yamaha 650 XS 1H1 - Honda CB 350 K4 - Jawa 350 Californian - Jawa 250

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #13 on: September 07, 2019, 10:53:49 AM »
*Originally Posted by Feelooz [+]
Hi there,

Thank you for the links!
Please NKOTB and Bourbon, can you guys tell us a little more about this module ? Can it make disappear totaly the snatchy throttle issue ? And what about the fuel consumption : severe or light increase ?

Thank you to take time for answer

Firstly the module is very easy to install. On my bike the throttle snatch has gone completely, you can reset the module if it helps but the factory setting on the module worked for me. The fuel consumption has dropped a bit but that may also be because the bike is now run in and I'm not restricted to 4000rpm. The exhaust note changed as well, it's bit more throaty when I open her up. Al in all I'm very pleased with the module.
Hope that helps mate. Feel free to message me if you need anything else.
Kawasaki H1E; Triumph Bonneville Newchurch; Suzuki GSX1400
Triumph Thunderbird; Suzuki Bandit 600; Kawasaki GPZ500
Honda CB750W; Honda VTR500; Honda VTR250 (work hack)
Suzuki T250 (work hack); Kawasaki KH500; Laverda 750SF2
Yamaha RD200

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #14 on: September 07, 2019, 11:30:49 AM »
Many thanks NKOTB, it helps a lot! I think i'm gonna order it in a few.
Kawasaki Z 900 RS - Suzuki 1200 GSX - Triumph Bonneville T -100 - Kawasaki Vulcan 900 - Triumph Speed Triple 955 I - Triumph Sprint ST 955i - Triumph 900 Legend - Yamaha 1200 XJR - Norton 850 Commando MK2 - Kawasaki 1100 Zephyr - Yamaha 750 FZX - Yamaha 1100 XS - Kawasaki 1000 ST - Suzuki 600 DR - Honda CB 750 F2 - Kawasaki Z 650 B1- Triumph Bonneville T120 (1972) - Yamaha 650 XS 1H1 - Honda CB 350 K4 - Jawa 350 Californian - Jawa 250

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #15 on: September 21, 2019, 11:52:20 AM »
*Originally Posted by NKOTB 900RS [+]
Firstly the module is very easy to install. On my bike the throttle snatch has gone completely, you can reset the module if it helps but the factory setting on the module worked for me. The fuel consumption has dropped a bit but that may also be because the bike is now run in and I'm not restricted to 4000rpm. The exhaust note changed as well, it's bit more throaty when I open her up. Al in all I'm very pleased with the module.
Hope that helps mate. Feel free to message me if you need anything else.

Where did you put the module itself? Does it fit under the seat?

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #16 on: September 21, 2019, 11:58:01 AM »
Yes, it fits under the seat, the leads are plenty long enough.
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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #17 on: October 26, 2019, 04:43:34 AM »
Well I fitted the Rapidbike Easy to my bike today. Thanks to NKOTB 900RS for his assistance. The module is relatively easy to install although you will need to lift the fuel tank. Observations after the ride is that it did significantly reduce the off throttle/on snatch. The bike is much smoother so happy with the result.

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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #18 on: October 26, 2019, 11:29:07 AM »
Hi Gianni, glad I could help out mate. The RapidBike module is an easy cure that is not too expensive.
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Suzuki T250 (work hack); Kawasaki KH500; Laverda 750SF2
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Re: RAPIDBIKE EASY MODULE
« Reply #19 on: November 01, 2019, 02:46:36 AM »
Available in the USA for 525 us dollars
https://rapidbike.us/products/rb-evo-kawasaki-z900-2017