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post #31 of 52 (permalink) Old 12-17-2007, 07:21 AM
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186.6 mph = 300 kph

It's a nice, round number (government types like those) for the metrically-inclined countries that agreed upon these arbitrary limitations.
That is still crazy fast. If you have ever seen Ghostrider on youtube and his 499hp busa. Anyways I know no way of eliminating the governer on the bike. Sounds like the "ebay resistor hp mod chip to me... aka BS"


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is there anyway of getting rid of the rev limiter in 6th gear? my bike is still pulling pretty hard whe it hits it, id like to see what it could get to.
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The 186MPH governor is not a law but a regulation that the corporations took on voluntarily

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is there anyway of getting rid of the rev limiter in 6th gear? my bike is still pulling pretty hard whe it hits it, id like to see what it could get to.
Pfft, haha. Holy undead thread.

It's not goverened. You're running out of gearing. You'd have to install a rear sprocket with less teeth or something.

Also, the more you know: to help stop crotch rocket riders from killing themselves, all sportbike speedos are 5% miscalibrated on purpose. GPS units will give true speeds - so 168 on the speedo is actually 160. Sorry to kick you guys in the ego. ;)
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The govm't regulation for the speed restriction also stems from tire manufacturers. Most tires are only rated to W, safe up to 168mph (Michelin Pilot Power 2 CT's are only W tires). Above that are Y rated tires, safe at 186+mph, but there aren't very many of them out there that are DOT approved, mostly just race tires.
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Pfft, haha. Holy undead thread.

It's not goverened. You're running out of gearing. You'd have to install a rear sprocket with less teeth or something.

Also, the more you know: to help stop crotch rocket riders from killing themselves, all sportbike speedos are 5% miscalibrated on purpose. GPS units will give true speeds - so 168 on the speedo is actually 160. Sorry to kick you guys in the ego. ;)
If manufacturers intentionally miscalibrate speedos, then the odometers are INTENTIONALLY off as well, which woud open them up to some serious legal issues regarding warranties. They have to fall within a certain tolerance. If they are a little off it is no big deal, but there is a limit. Honda actually had a class action law suit against them with the earlier 7g accords because the speedo/odo was off by enough where the warranty woud be up early. Honda had to honor the warranty for extra miles (I forget the exact amount right now) on the affected cars.

Not saying that the speedos are not off, just saying that they do not intentionally calibrate it up 5% on all bikes. This is just fuel for the conspiracy theorists.

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5% mismatch personally tested myself with my 05 and 07 RRs and Garmin GPS. I think it's both intentional and undocumented. Wink wink nudge! lol
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fastest I ever saw on my speedo was 167. I glanced for a split second in a tuck and it felt like my helmet was squeezing my brain. The pavement was super smoothe, but it still feels pretty violent. I was in a tuck for quite a while. You can see your fuel bars dropping quickly at that speed
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Yeah i heard about this to but not a restrictor limiting the top end more of a not giving full HP from the lower gears , there was a chip online that overcame that problem?
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pretty sure its drag limited, which means you run out of hp/gearing for the aerodynamic drag
^^^ that guy knows whats up

the rev light comes on at 171-173. the bike pretty much has nothing left too offer at that point. governors are for gsxr's because 18 year olds buy them and crash them. same reason why suzuki's have hazard lights.
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Yeah i heard about this to but not a restrictor limiting the top end more of a not giving full HP from the lower gears , there was a chip online that overcame that problem?
I should of looked over this thread better. The search function is a hell of a drug. yo rookie ride dude, your not suppose to post in 12 year old threads. it brings up unwanted memories and such. just saying.
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I should of looked over this thread better. The search function is a hell of a drug. yo rookie ride dude, your not suppose to post in 12 year old threads. it brings up unwanted memories and such. just saying.
If he started a new thread you'd tell him to use the search. And CBR's have 18 year old's riding them doing stupid things as well.

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Personally i find riding over 125 mph to be more of a stress producer than enjoyable.
Try a -1/+2 520 conversion and enjoynthe <100 mph club with me, more fun than a barrel of monkeys.
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