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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-10-2016, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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The next step to break 10.92 in 1/4

Looking to get some advice. I'll start with the bike, it's a 01 750. I went 11.0 last year in the 1/4, last season it had a yoshi slip on and pcIII usb. It's extended and lowered 2 in rear and 1.5 in front. I decided to install a complete tiforce header and mid pipe with a sato racing slip on because it's one of the only other manufacturers that have a 60mm inlet. Re programmed it and installed front tie down straps. Went to the track yesterday and did about 14 passes. My best was 10.92. And I weigh about 220lbs. I know loosing weight will help so that's not the advice I'm looking for. I'm think about gearing since it's still stock or even an ecu flash. Any advice on things I could do to improve the times is much appreciated.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-10-2016, 10:56 AM
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Ditch the exhaust and tune for something more open like a brocks

Done any throttle mods? Try gearing ur bike -1/+2 and lower ur psi in ur rear tire for passes

Other than basic bolt ons, a lot of drag racing parts would require u to pull and build ur motor

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Some kind of quick shifter?

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