Where are the OT drag racers?

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  1. onedownfiveup

    onedownfiveup Active Member

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    Post a picture of your bike. :wavey:

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    Why the two set of pegs?
     
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    Because when I launch, it's hard to get my feet back on the front pegs so it's much easier to find the rear ones and I can still steer with them.
     
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    Figured that. Just was trying to figure out when you used the mid controls.
     
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    Only when I need to put it in gear for burnout and in gear for starting line and to use the rear brake.
     
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    cheesesauce RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE RAPE

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    Cool but too impractical for me. :dunno:

    I bet it is a hell of an adrenaline rush.
     
  8. onedownfiveup

    onedownfiveup Active Member

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    What all do you want to know? There is obviously too much to list.
     
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    whp? displacement? what turbo? how much spray?
     
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    Ahhh ok :bigthumb:

    Learn something new everyday.
     
  11. onedownfiveup

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    The most I've been able to hook up on the dyno is 418hp SAE on a DynoJet 250i. That was at 24lbs of boost. The bike has been up to 30lbs of boost and will see it at the track next year. So it's probably 500+hp.

    It's still stock displacement (1300cc).

    Garrett GT35R Turbo

    Zero Nitrous.
     
  12. HattoriHanzo

    HattoriHanzo New Member

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    High 7s @ 185mph? Seems like a beast! Looks awesome.

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    My 07 GSXR1000
    Best ET of 10.15
    Best MPH of 142.2
    Best 60' of 1.677 (stock everything, not lowered, no straps etc)

    Keep in mind I race at 5300' and the DA is usually around 8000'. Track record for a sport bike is a built ZX12 with nitrous running [email protected]
     
  13. Junkie

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    wow, sounds like you know how to ride especially at a mile up.
     
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    If I can get my clutch and boost dialed in correctly it's capable of at least a mid 7 second quarter mile at 190+.

    07/08 GSXR 1000's suck without gear.
     
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    You mean gears? I geared it and -1,+2 and cant keep the front end down and gained MPH and lost ET...
     
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    Yeah, we run -2, +3 on one of our 08 1000's and it seems to work awesome.
     
  17. BlkDrgnZ28

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    looking to take my 07 busa to the track pretty soon waiting till i have another rear tire lined up cause i after a few burnouts its gonna be gona and i need leather bottoms
     

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