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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-20-2017, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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GSXR 1000 Turbo new PB..!!

Hey everyone, longtime no speak. Been very busy with Championship rounds and developing my bike with E85. Happy to say the results were outstanding..!! This season I won the UK ACU National 8.50 Bike Championship and when the season finished I added some ignition and boost and ran my first ever 7.
7.94 @ 173mph. This was into a 20mph headwind. My friend that ran the following day with no wind went 2 tenths quicker, so I?m confident that I can squeeze a 7.6 on a good day as I have more boost and ignition to play with.
Here?s a short video of my runs.?


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1/4 Mile PB - 8.401 @ 167.31mph
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-20-2017, 04:28 PM
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Any issues with it feeling like it's trying to lift up on the big end?

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Strong work!

Is a wheelie bar planned?

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-21-2017, 05:33 AM Thread Starter
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Nick, do you mean big end bearing problems or wheelies at the finish line?
Todd, no wheelie bars planned. I like the unpredictability of no bars!

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Thats movin for sure. Johnny at Exoticycles (where I ordered my Bandit swingarm extensions) Just got back from the strip with his turbo Busa. Ran a 7.71. Said cooler weather was making the front light.
Im planning to turbo this 1200 Bandit motor Im putting in this old Katana around March/April.

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Nick, do you mean big end bearing problems or wheelies at the finish line?
Todd, no wheelie bars planned. I like the unpredictability of no bars!
Seems like at those speeds, the front ain't touching/doing much anyways!

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Nick, do you mean big end bearing problems or wheelies at the finish line?
Todd, no wheelie bars planned. I like the unpredictability of no bars!
Wheelies.

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Hey Nick. The front end is light to the 1/8 mile but feels ok after that. The 1/8 time was 5.16 @ 144mph.

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