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: 1/4 mile times


Cody
01-05-2005, 11:13 AM
Just wondering if anyone had any stats on 1/4 mile times of the gsxr 600,750,1000, and 1300. Or anyone that's run thiers at the track ok nevermind i got to looking and found what i wanted sorry for the post mod you can close it

01gixxer
01-05-2005, 11:33 AM
my 01 600 runs 11.30's consistanly

Cody
01-06-2005, 07:50 AM
thats pretty quick i can't wait.

Cody
01-18-2005, 10:35 AM
I went with the katana are the times that much off it's an 04 600

skibum91
01-18-2005, 10:45 AM
I went with the katana are the times that much off it's an 04 600
It is going to be considerably slower than the 600 times. Less power with more weight.

Cody
01-18-2005, 10:51 AM
I'll never take it to a track just would like to have the bragging numbers for my car driving buddies but i'll look it up should be able to find it online somewhere.

skibum91
01-18-2005, 11:00 AM
you should still be able to beat a lot of cars out there, look in the back of some of the bike magazines, they usually have that info in them.

chopaleg
01-23-2005, 06:08 PM
my 91 gsxr 750 ran a 10.23 at 130 wit 1100 cams lowered and sidewinder.... witout hookin up and short shifting 2nd gear.. runs iiiiiight.

Got2josh
01-28-2005, 07:10 AM
I pulled a 12.4 with my stock 01 katana, you should be able to get right around there.

gsxrrider
02-01-2005, 10:06 AM
fasted i got on a 03 600 is 11.0 but i run 11.2 all day

Cody
02-01-2005, 10:32 AM
im guessing you are talking about the gsxr. So I should be able to pull 12's all day thats straight..... for now.

gregrickery
02-04-2005, 07:25 AM
New to the strip (humbling learning experience!) no 1/4 tracks here just a 1/8 mile. Slammed and stretched 3" and 15lbs in the rear no more wheelies and spinning now. Nothing to brag about on times yet, launching from a stand still on a sticky surface is a long learning curve.... Best has been 6.9. Another rider (235 lbs) 2nd time running it ran 6.6's. Will eventually get the times down, just takes lots of practice. Bike has the hp for low 6's but picks up on the back end of the 1/8 and turns high mph for the times. 1/4 track would be better suited but need a NHRA license to go over 120 at Gainesville.

AXIS
02-11-2005, 01:06 AM
THESES ARE 1/4 MI TIMES OFF OF SPORTRIDER.COM.THESE ARE ALL STOCK BIKES RIDIN BY PRO RIDERS. :thumbup:

Suzuki
motorcycle issue quarter mile
(sec. @ mph) 60-80mph
time (sec.) 80-100mph
time (sec.) top speed
(mph)
GSX-R600 ('97) 4/97, 12/97 11.09 @ 124.0 5.17 5.5 151.5
GSX-R600 ('98) 8/98 11.20 @ 123.17 4.44 4.77 150.7
GSX-R600 ('99) 6/99 11.15 @ 123.20 4.68 5.06 153.1
GSX-R600 ('00) 10/00 11.13 @ 122.79 5.27 5.77 148
GSX-R600 ('01) 2/01, 12/01 10.80 @ 125.40 5.33 5.84 157
GSX-R600 ('01) 6/02 10.74 @ 127.06 4.79 5.33 157
GSX-R600 ('03) 6/03 10.80 @ 127.8 5.36 6.51 158.8
GSX-R600 ('04) 6/04 10.58 @ 130.5 3.76 3.86 n/a
GSX-R600 ('04) 8/04, 10/04 10.65 @ 128.8 4.06 4.31 n/a
SV650S ('04) 12/04 12.02 @ 108.9 5.24 5.71 n/a
GSX-R750 ('96) 12/96, 12/97 10.54 @ 133.5 4.96 5.17 163.6
GSX-R750 ('98) 4/98 10.54 @ 131.0 n/a n/a 162.2
GSX-R750 ('98) 12/98 10.54 @ 131.0 4.46 4.57 160.9
GSX-R750 ('00) 8/00, 12/00 10.26 @ 135.6 4.11 4.34 172
GSX-R750 ('04) 8/04, 10/04 10.36 @ 135.4 3.67 3.86 n/a
RF900RV ('97) 2/98 11.05 @ 123.4 4.63 4.95 n/a
GSX-R1000 ('01) 6/01, 12/01 10.10 @ 141.70 2.73 2.79 179
GSX-R1000 ('02) 8/02 9.92 @ 144.96 2.83 3.01 177
GSX-R1000 ('03) 8/03, 12/03 10.09 @ 141.45 2.7 2.89 n/a
GSX-R1000 ('04) 6/04 9.96 @ 144.7 2.64 2.78 180
TL1000S ('97) 6/97 10.84 @ 128.4 2.99 4.67 n/a
TL1000R ('98) 10/98 10.76 @ 129.14 4.3 4.74 n/a
TL1000R ('98) 12/98, 6/00, 10/00 10.75 @ 130.21 4.3 4.74 163.8
SV1000S ('03) 8/03 10.82 @ 127.1 3.79 4.51 n/a
GSX-R1100 ('97) 10/97 10.45 @ 130.2 4.78 4.9 163
Bandit 1200S ('01) 8/02 n/a 4.08 6.3 n/a
GSX1300R Hayabusa ('99) 8/99, 12/99 9.97 @ 144.80 3.28 3.47 189.6
GSX1300R Hayabusa ('01) 10/02 10.237 @ 140.54 n/a n/a 183.9
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skibum91
02-11-2005, 08:20 AM
Those are all also CORRECTED Times.

01gixxer
02-11-2005, 01:59 PM
Those are all also CORRECTED Times.

Yep. Those aren't what they actaully ran

Got2josh
02-16-2005, 06:56 PM
does anyone have 0-60 times? I'm looking especially for the 00 750's.

Less
02-23-2005, 07:33 PM
what do you mean by corrected?

Got2josh
02-28-2005, 03:59 PM
corrected to reflect what the bikes SHOULD theoretically run at sea level. If they are riding at a high elevation the air pressure is less and the egine won't be running quite as well as it would at lower elevation with more pressure.
I'm not sure how they calculate those times though. :hmmm:

skibum91
02-28-2005, 05:11 PM
what do you mean by corrected?
Corrected, means they take the actual time it took the rider to make it from start to finish, and then make calculations including elevation, wind speed and I think temp. , and the time they give you is what the bike should run in optimal conditions at sea level. They are not actual times.

JET
03-01-2005, 04:27 PM
0-60 is going to be about 2.9 seconds on a 750, with a good launch.

Dstrbd GSXR
03-21-2005, 09:23 AM
Look on my site.. here is one of our runs in Vegas

www.flaweddreams.com/vegas042.wmv

Tell me what you think

Cody
03-23-2005, 01:34 PM
quick bike

gsxrrider
03-24-2005, 08:51 PM
i went to the track again and ran a quickets time of 10.8 at 126 mph...and ran 10.9s all night

The ticket from my 10.9 run:
RT= a sucky .924 <~ i was asleep and helmet was fogged
60-1.860
330-4.734
1/8-7.091
mph-103.48
1000-9.159
1/4- 10.951
mph-124.68

Dstrbd GSXR
03-24-2005, 08:59 PM
dude.. that 60ft isn't half bad .. g/j!!!

gsxrrider
03-24-2005, 09:06 PM
it could be alot better, the track their sucks....its sticky at the beginning at about the 330 everyones back tires slips the one time it didnt is when i got the 10.8...i havent mastered the tree at ALL. the bike has more in it just i'm not givin it to her. my 60ft time was beating a 600 that was out their with an extended swingarm, airshifter, and motor work. i think the guy wasnt ridin it like a motorbike.

Dstrbd GSXR
03-24-2005, 09:08 PM
What I hate is the pro-tree... fk that thing.. I run all day here on a sportman's tree.. and then when we hit competition they give us a pro-tree... bastards :)

gsxrrider
03-24-2005, 10:02 PM
if that what they call it when the lights drop at different times, i dont know all the terms and crap

Matts05gix
08-11-2005, 11:15 AM
No pro tree is when all three yellows light up at once after you are both staged. All three yellows at once then green.

you da man
08-11-2005, 01:34 PM
Right around 21 flat...oh that's when my friend and I did the 1/4 on our CRF50's. I got him at the light but he has a 72cc big bore kit. I was slicks, he was on knobbies. It's all in fun tho :bounce . I think the fur on my "fiddy" may have effected my true time tho.

usdm420
08-13-2005, 03:12 AM
i wanna hit the track so bad now....i'm off to check the regs. info for street legals.

fuck working the tree right off the bat!!! it doesn't affect your overall e.t....unless you wanna become a pro before getting in some solid/more concentrated runs in before actually trying to better your r/t.

just my 2 cents.....but i'll sit at that fucking light as long as it takes me to get a good launch...its alot different from a street light anyways hahaha :lol:

01gixxer
08-13-2005, 03:08 PM
i went to the track again and ran a quickets time of 10.8 at 126 mph...and ran 10.9s all night

The ticket from my 10.9 run:
RT= a sucky .924 <~ i was asleep and helmet was fogged
60-1.860
330-4.734
1/8-7.091
mph-103.48
1000-9.159
1/4- 10.951
mph-124.68

What kind of bike do you have?
Here's my best to date on my 600RR

RT-.191
60'-1.819
330-4.799
1/8-7.193
mph-102.106
1000-9.271
1/4-11.061
mph-126.003