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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-14-2006, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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I have been wanting to drag my bike now the last couple weeks but the last couple fridays have been washed out due to rain and it's supposed to be nice this weekend and i was curious to other peoples runs. Please post your 1/4 mile time and speed so i can compare. Thanks


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I did a 12.3 @ 116 mph. That's a mile high in Denver.
Carefull, the front likes to come up alot more than on the streets!

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I know the time was an 11.076 and I think the speed was like 125 or somethin like that

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i was just curious because my magazine says our bikes are supposed to run a 10.2 with a estimated speed of 131 mph "professional driver" so who knows


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Factorys send the magazines ringers...that and the test riders can really ride well.
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Earlier this week I ran I 10.8 @ 130.8 MPH, but that was one out of 6. All my others were mid 11's at around 122 MPH... If you warm your tire watch out cuz it'll pick up like no other on the strip: sticky as hell.

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post #7 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-17-2006, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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for my first time ever draggin i ran a 12.1 at 119 mph so i guess thats not too bad... it's really hard to get a good reaction time at the strip...i noticed that


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Reaction time wont affect your E.T. or mph. What rpm are you launching at? You should be upwards of 9 to 10 grand and then lay into it and feather the clutch out. I run mid to high 8's at around 160ish mph on my ZX-9R dragbike.
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I just went this past friday and ran a 11.46@122.7... Bad launch, but still a good time... I had a lot of mid 11 second runs, but yes the front likes to lift a lot even only launching from about 5000 RPM's. My feet were sticking to the track since it is soooo sticky!!! I need to work on my launch for the next time we go back, I need to learn to feather the clutch out a lot more. I tended to just dump the clutch since I was soo excited... I did get to make 9 passes though... Just a sidenote, the best my friend on his R6 could do was a 12.09... in his defense, he does weigh about 50 more than me...


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yeah bro Im lookin at my slips right now and my best run was 11.58 @ 127. My bike is stock other than the K&N filter, two bros xhaust, and PCIII USB. Reaction time is all practice though. With a half sec delay I was around .825 everytime. Oh yeah this was my first time @ the strip too.
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i did a 4sec q/m naked using my foot to throttle:)

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My girlfriend runs 10.9 on her 03 strechched 6", but she only weighs about 110lbs. I can only run 11.8 on it, but I weigh 225
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i was just curious because my magazine says our bikes are supposed to run a 10.2 with a estimated speed of 131 mph "professional driver" so who knows
You have to look at your body weight too, most of them pros are around 150. if you are 200 lbs there is no way you can get near that time maybe lucky if you do 13s, but no disrespect to any one.
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I've not ran the track yet, but a side note... I dont want to make the RR a drag bike. I do want to know what you would consider a good platform from the strip. Alot of people have busas and zx12r and such... but would has been your best experience and solid build on a bike?

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I've been 10.41 @130 when I was stock wheelbase and 10.18 after I stretched and sprayed. I ran out of gear and hit the limiter @ the 1000' mark and I haven't been back to a quarter mile since I have made adjustments to my setup. The bike WILL run high 9s as soon as our local track re-opens. Your 60' time is all you should be concerned with when your learning the sport. You can cut a 1.60 60' @ stock wheelbase if i can. Stretched I can dip into the high 1.4s

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I've been 10.115@133 with a 1.57 60ft stretched 6in geared -1 +3 for the track i run plus +2 on the street PC3 custom map full arkaprovic system and a 15hp dry shot. temp was 41degrees the DA was 468ft. Im going to try to hit the 9s if my motor will hold with 25hp.
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11.27@ 127MPH in my stock (besides a Delkevic exhaust with the baffle in) CBR600RR.
Here is a video. the Zx10R next to me ran a 9.6 @158MPH but was deff not stock.

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I'm cutting .026 lights and my 60' is 1.24 , 6.95 at 660', mid to high nines @ 1320' 133 mph. Like the guy above said your 60' is all you need to be worried about starting out. Oh BTW my 06 6RR IS stretched 8" running a Michelin power cup or p1 @ 28lbs and me at 170lbs

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I've been 10.115@133 with a 1.57 60ft stretched 6in geared -1 +3 for the track i run plus +2 on the street PC3 custom map full arkaprovic system and a 15hp dry shot. temp was 41degrees the DA was 468ft. Im going to try to hit the 9s if my motor will hold with 25hp.
How does the 600 run with the 15hp shot. Is it safe? Stock motor?
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11.2@124 on a 05 600rr with 65,000 on the clock. Bike is my work commuter. Stock with k&n and yoshimura slip on
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I did a 12.1 at 119mph my first time ever at the strip. No burnout, absolutely awful launch. Haven't had an opportunity to go back. Plus I'd rather do a trackday at a circuit than a strip.

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**** take off. 80 kg. 65000 kilometres on 05 commuter. Stock with yoshi rs5,k&n. Not to sound like a smart ass but it's easier to type numbers then run them.
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**** take off. 80 kg. 65000 kilometres on 05 commuter. Stock with yoshi rs5,k&n. Not to sound like a smart ass but it's easier to type numbers then run them.
What is your point?

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What is your point?
Not to run numbers? Don't you know anything! FFS. :p

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But numbers are how we measure things?

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I've read a lot of times in the mid to low 10s. Have yet to see a time slip backing it up though.
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