As soon as possible. You won't even notice the 60' lights anyway. Just focus on getting it wfo as quick as you can without flipping the bike......
That's exactly what I'm trying to avoid.(Mr Brown @ Oct. 12 2006,15:36)As soon as possible. You won't even notice the 60' lights anyway. Just focus on getting it wfo as quick as you can without flipping the bike......
Why you gotta bring Sam into it? LOL(McyMike @ Oct. 13 2006,07:08) Your seeing comment about wide open throttle but...if you don't work the clutch...the bike will hook immediatly and your either going for a nice spin sideways or it will wheelie. I've seen a guy dump the clutch at high RPM ......it looped so hard and fast the tail cowl never even touched the ground as it came around......Busa landed on the tank and bars. So start out sloooow and progress up.
I was wondering what he was gonna race......(McyMike @ Oct. 16 2006,07:30) Yeah, mentioned it because of what Sam did ....stickey track can get ya.... I still laugh when I watch the video.....I know he had his Busa up for sale......haven't heard much from him since he bought the new Lightening truck.
That is ALOT of MPH....(McyMike @ Oct. 12 2006,07:15) Higher launch RPMs really helped me. Was a little apprehensive at first and was pussy footin out at 4000 or so. 60" times were as stated about 1.8 / 1.9......Brought it up to 8K and worked the clutch and times dropped to 1.6 /1.7.... and actually the 8K launch made it easier to ride the bike and get out of the hole.
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