One more thing. Despite many friends asking me to borrow it, this bike has never been to the track. That pic of my knee down was in a parking lot practice session with some friends at 40mph. It hasn't been ridden hard or tracked or raced. I'm the original owner. The oil has been changed 3 times with mobile 1 4T synthetic. The chain has been lubed about six times. I'm an avid bike mechanic. This is my 11th bike. I've done valve jobs for forums full of ninja riders without messing up a single thing. I did the 600 mile service on this bike myself when I installed the fender eliminator. Every single bolt was properly torqued to manual specifications. I also checked all the adjustments to include the chain slack and controls. This bike has lots of power, it's good to check chain slack often. It did stretch the chain quite a bit in the initial 600 miles. The fork seals are in excellent shape. This was not a wheelie bike. This bike doesn't see the rev limiter. Not under my watch. When I broke in the engine, I used the "motoman" method. It seems to feel very nicely broken in and extremely strong. It is very nimble once it is moving, it turns on a dime. At a stop, it's a fukin' dead donkey. Very heavy :/ The fastest this bike has been was "indicated" 150 mph which is probably more Like 135-140mph in real life. I rode it from Salem to Portland on July 4th 2015 at 3am at 150mph indicated. It took 30 mins to get home that night from an hour away lol. People always ask how fast it is. I tell them that's not what matters. it's fast enough to snap your neck with speed alone, ripple your face under G force from acceleration and squeeze tears out of your eyes when you yank the throttle. Worry about how you're going to stop it. Lol It draws comments from passers by just about every time I take it out. Like driving around a Ferrari. (Ask me how I know) Gonna take it out today for a 30 mile ride to charge the battery. Somebody come take my baby away and give her a nice new home.