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post #1 of 61 (permalink) Old 10-01-2014, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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I was hoping some of you who have taken your bikes to the track to list your times 1/8 Mile and 1/4 Mile times.

Please list your mods and make/model/year bike when the time was posted. If you can remember, I would love to know what RPM you launched at and if you did a burnout or not.

I have zero experience at the track but want to know approximately the range of time my bike might post in the 1/8 or 1/4 assuming an average rider of average weight doing average 60 foot launch kind of scenario! I know... so many variables. Sorry!

For example if someone with the same or similar mods as me posts a 11.5 second 1/4 mile run and is a "skilled/experienced" track rider, I probably would assume my time might be 12.5 seconds kind of thing.

I have a 13 Hammer with 300mm Wheel on it.

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Ryan and Gabe were running in the 7's over the week end I believe
for 1/8th mile

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Looks like you have a strong bike by your sig. If you can nail the launch you should be doing really well. I don't personally have experience with vic bikes on the track but I used to race cars and two bikes (r6 and r1). I will tell you if you are an experienced rider the launch is your biggest challenge.
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If you're any good at riding it, it should get into the 11.90s

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Half Crazy I have a question? I believe my old Highball did about 215kmh 133mph... PCV, Bassani exhaust, S&S... A buddy was beside me in his srt8 challenger and claims that how fast we where going. I weigh 175lbs. Is he out too lunch? We where on a flat road no wind to speak of. A guy on here says I am full of shit.
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Gabe and Rylans bikes are highly modified. Why more then cans. 133 mph is not possible with out sending ECU to Loyds to eliminate the speed limiter.


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Gabe and Rylans bikes are highly modified. Why more then cans. 133 mph is not possible with out sending ECU to Loyds to eliminate the speed limiter.


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Half Crazy I have a question? I believe my old Highball did about 215kmh 133mph... PCV, Bassani exhaust, S&S... A buddy was beside me in his srt8 challenger and claims that how fast we where going. I weigh 175lbs. Is he out too lunch? We where on a flat road no wind to speak of. A guy on here says I am full of shit.
Travis, I never said you're full of shit nor disparaged you personally in any way.

I said your Highball will not go 135MPH.

You sold it, we'll never know. No biggie........

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Motorcycle USA did a shootout in 2011. Stock 2011 Hammer does 13.62 in 1/4.

Cycleworld did a stock 2013 Jackpot in 12.43 on the 1/4.

Such a spread between the two stock bikes. Is the Jackpot really that much faster?

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I was told my stage 1 KP couldn't do 115 by one or two on this forum. I took it to the interstate the next day and nailed 115...

There are some folks who think you have to put hundreds of $ into parts to get into the triple digits, not true. There are some who think that nobody's bike can go as fast as theirs so they'll knock yours down a peg or two

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