Hi all, I have a couple 03 999s motors that I want to get the absolute maximum power from. These are for racing only, not roadracing. So streetable torque, ability to idle and strong midrange etc are completely unimportant in this application. They literally need to make as much power as possible on the top end....period. I understand this is not the normal approach for most of our bikes, but there are a lot of big brains with huge experience here, so I am hoping to get some out of the box ideas. I have seen lots of mention with getting 150 rw hp from 999s with engine work. But what I am really curious about is the mentions I see of RSs that make upwards of 175hp, but always with the disclaimer that they eat parts when pushed to this level. But again not a concern for me. Anyone know what is so different inside the motors to get these levels of power? Cams and compression obviously, but anyone have data on them...or a good source for "Big" cams? I realize I can switch to 05 R cams for a little more lift and duration.....if I could find them. I have 03s so 100mm bores, and unfortunately I MUST stay with 100mm bores. So I believe I am limited to the stock S valve sizes. I am planning to run these on Alcohol so compression needs to come up near 15:1 . But it also needs 40-50% more fuel, so I doubt I can supply it with single injectors. Thinking about milling manifolds like MTS1200s which have injector in the manifold and the keeping the 999 shower injectors on top. Airboxes and runners are no problem, I will not use them in stock chassis. So I think huge airbox and try to get big runners to the nose to pressurize the airbox. I will likely use tuneboy to pull the timing out and Wayne thinks it should support dual injectors. Unless anyone has ideas on mechanical injection system for fuel? I am open to ideas or any experience you folks have that might be applicable. I know, crazy idea....but it's gonna happen, and I look forward to hearing so ideas. Thanks.