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post #131 of 497 Old 05-29-2012, 04:56 PM
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Tucked in,have touched 150kmph/93.21MPH
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Ive hit 90 on this bike and cross winds blow!

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Flat ground with no wind I got up to an indicated 172 km/h. Which is I guess 106-107 mph.
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Flat ground with no wind I got up to an indicated 172 km/h. Which is I guess 106-107 mph.
Thats 20kmph more than what i have achieved.Never felt that mine would go more..hmmm.
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Speedo error of 8%?


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Flat ground with no wind I got up to an indicated 172 km/h. Which is I guess 106-107 mph.
172 km?
It must be a very loooong strech man. Hahaha.
I got 161 km with mine.
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I've gotten up to 160mph on my Hayabusa and it felt like 100 mph. 87 mph on my Cbr 250 Scooter and it felt like 187 mph.

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I've gotten up to 160mph on my Hayabusa and it felt like 100 mph. 87 mph on my Cbr 250 Scooter and it felt like 187 mph.
Still a better love story than Twilight.
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Still a better love story than Twilight.

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I had mine up to 93 indicated on the second day of ownership (torrential rains on day one, so I didn't go much over 70). I ran out of road, or I think it would have been more.

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Flat ground with no wind I got up to an indicated 172 km/h. Which is I guess 106-107 mph.
Wut O.O

I've read somewhere here that the sixth gearing ratio is less than 1, therefore it isn't powerful and you do need a long stretch of road to hit redline in 6th. I don't think I've gotten it to redline yet, but I was hitting close to 10k (or thereabouts) pulling an indicated 154 kph, true speed was approx. 140 kph with 10% error implied. That took a long time to hit too, acceleration sucks in 6th haha.

The last fortnight I've been speeding down a particular unnamed road just to see what I could top out at, been hitting indicated 146-148 kph with tuck.

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