Gen 2 busa stock gearing question





sixpack577

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the question is
a stock Busa 170-175 horsepower in the wheel, he can go to 6 gear at 11000 rpm, with 41 teeth rear sprocket?
Only with a small and light rider I would think.
OutlawBusa went 201 or 202mph, unrestricted with a 41t, and full Brocks and dynotune years back.
I agree though, hard to do.
Whenever I post top speed numbers, I usually(and should always) point out that is what the bike is capable of, not nesacerily what it will actually do.
Rider size, weight, weather, temp, humidity, wind, etc all play a huge roll in top speed.
Even mirrors slow you down.
:beerchug:
 

white.Busa

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Only with a small and light rider I would think.
OutlawBusa went 201 or 202mph, unrestricted with a 41t, and full Brocks and dynotune years back.
I agree though, hard to do.
Whenever I post top speed numbers, I usually(and should always) point out that is what the bike is capable of, not nesacerily what it will actually do.
Rider size, weight, weather, temp, humidity, wind, etc all play a huge roll in top speed.
Even mirrors slow you down.
:beerchug:
I think at least 180 horses need with 41 rear sprocket, to be able to go on 11.000 rpms, without being sure.
And a long enough distance to do it. Let us know who knows it
 

sixpack577

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I think at least 180 horses need with 41 rear sprocket, to be able to go on 11.000 rpms, without being sure.
And a long enough distance to do it. Let us know who knows it
There is no set hp number, as the rider's size and weight play a huge roll in top speed.
200mph Can be done in a standing mile too, however a mile and a half or more gives you a far better chance.
Not including another mile to stop.
You could stop in less distance, but better safe than sorry. A football field per second is haulin azz.
 




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