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Default Hammer 0-60mph 1/4 mile

What should I expect from a new (2015 106ci) Hammer in the 1/4 mile and 0-60.

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At a guess around 3.5s

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Both 0-60 and 1/4 mile will be HIGHLY dependent on the gorilla between the seat and the handlebars. With a good rider the bike should run ~12.60s and make it to 60 mph in ~3.7seconds.

However... it's quite easy to improve on that.

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Both 0-60 and 1/4 mile will be HIGHLY dependent on the gorilla between the seat and the handlebars. With a good rider the bike should run ~12.60s and make it to 60 mph in ~3.7seconds.

However... it's quite easy to improve on that.
What times could one expect HC from a bike set up like mine? Assume i have the riding skills .

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What times could one expect HC from a bike set up like mine? Assume i have the riding skills.
115 HP XC with a decent rider should go 12.30-ish I would guess if you weigh around 200.

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Motorcycle Consumer News went 0-60 in 4.0 and the 1/4 mile in 12.33 @ 107 mph.

You'll be slower. :-)

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Motorcycle Consumer News went 0-60 in 4.0 and the 1/4 mile in 12.33 @ 107 mph.

You'll be slower. :-)
Cycle World got 3.7 and 12.43 @ 104.7 on a '14 Jackpot. However, their times are corrected and that's a pro rider who weighs a buck 30 in leathers.

When I had 92 HP I could only get 12.501...

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Cycle World got 3.7 and 12.43 @ 104.7 on a '14 Jackpot. However, their times are corrected and that's a pro rider who weighs a buck 30 in leathers.
That's why I said he'll be slower.....

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What about mine Larry ??

Now as is ,

And

With blower ?



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What about mine Larry ??
Now as is , And With blower ?
Your bike, like mine, is going to be HARD TO LAUNCH. All that torque down low and a sticky track is... let's use the word 'interesting'

Assuming a rider in the 200 lb range and a good pass, before blower probably 11.30s like it sits.

What's your guess with the blower? 190 HP? That would get you in the low 10s someplace. If you set the bike up to race (strap the front down, max preload on the rear shock, only a gallon of race gas, and lowered tire pressure... might break into the 9s. With a wheelie bar definitely 9s.

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