Want To Break 200 Mph On Gen1

Discussion in 'Top Speed' started by Smokey74, May 21, 2017.


  1. RedBull

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    To get your Hayabusa to slip your BIG A$$ past 185 MPH ~ it will need the mirrors removed & you will need to be inside the fairing . . .

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    Just knee sliders alone kept my friend Adam from 200 = mph ~ once he got his tuck down & removed the pucks he got 200 & he is way lighter than you .

    If you think for one moment that it is cheaper to make power than loosing the weight, your wrong .

    Spend your money with Jenny Craig & you'll be much healthier as a side effect . . .

    And you'll live to tell your great grand kids about it !

    Just making it crystal clear for you.

    Red, *<(;{)-
     
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    If I lose more than 20 lbs I'll look silly.. I'm a big guy, not fat.. Now you have me wondering if my shoulders are too wide if knee pucks slow you down. I'll make myself as small as possible but sounds like I may be too big unless I modify the hell out of my bike.. we'll see I guess.
     
  3. Smokey74

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    Ok.. update.. Wife says I can drop 40 lbs on her isogenics diet. That should help. How bout it Red?
     
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  4. RedBull

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    With your bike lowered & mirrors off ~ you'll most likely need 17 / 38 & a reflash . . .

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    Or just trim the 40 pounds & get boosted ~^~ with 18 / 39 & shoot for 210 MPH . . .
     
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  5. sixpack577

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    Hey Red, I've never been 200mph before
    ...can I take your bike to the store?
     
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  6. Smokey74

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    How much to do the head and cam package if I bring you my bike? I'm in PA..
     
  7. sixpack577

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    I would PM Powerhouse, instead of waiting if he sees your post or not.
     
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  8. TZ750d

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    Pardon me for not having read the whole thread
    before replying, BUT........this all seems a little excessive.

    I have some land-speed-racing experience
    (If you look at the referenced photo,
    you will see my SCOTT GUTHRIE RACING
    sticker attached to the red bike......)

    I weigh about 200 pounds, and currently hold the record
    for the FASTEST STONE-STOCK production motorcycle
    timed by an accredited LSR organization.

    The official time (average of two runs) was over 192mph,
    and was done with a 2000 Hayabusa with NO POWER PLANT CHANGES,

    The rules made us remove the mirrors. On my own, I put A ONE (1)
    TOOTH LARGER THAN STOCK sprocket on the front.

    162 RWHP on a Dynojet 250. NO OTHER CHANGES.
    Air cleaner in place, etc. Factory tune, no power commander, etc.

    I also owned and campaigned a 2000 Hayabusa
    with a stock engine, and nitrous.

    Best on that bike was repeatable in the 215-216 mph range.

    In 1990, I went over 200mph three(3) times with a
    normal aspired 1975 700cc bike, no nitrous,
    with original frame, carburetors, original bore and stroke, on street gas.

    200 mph is NOT hard, but it helps to be smart,
    not waste money on unnecessary modifications,
    and learn how to tuck in well.
     
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  9. Smokey74

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    How much nitrous did you have to go 215mph? Right now my bike is stock with the exception of bolt on mufflers and ECU derestricted and dyno tuned. 163 rwhp.
     
  10. TZ750d

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    I think we used a 160 horsepower shot.

    That's a BUNCH, but the bike was so reliable
    we got an entire season out of one (1) set
    f spark plugs, and NO repairs.

    Instead of enriching with gasoline, we used methanol.
    Cooler running, higher octane rating, everything nice.

    Using a 200 horse shot was considered, but
    we didn't have a dyno on which to tune that much.

    Costs about 99% of the money to buy, install, tune and run a 40 shot.

    Why not go big, and have something in reserve.......
     
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  11. bigdev

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    Lift your ass off the seat a touch as you near top speed and the extra push you get from doing that alone will give you at least another 3/4 mph. It feels like Gods hand is giving you a push lol. :laugh::race:
     

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