Yup- MS3Pro FTW! The new bike will be sporting the MS3Pro EVO, for sure. There were a surprising amount of 'Squirters out there, in all sorts of applications. :)
Tires are a hot button issue for bikes if you want to tech over 200mph. Basically any ZR rated tire is good up to 199 in the SCTA's eyes, but they have to be 'race' tires for over 200mph. They define a race tire as anything the manufacturer calls a race tire, but each tech guy seems to have his own opinion... it's really a PITA honestly. Some guys were running race rain tires, and others slicks, and others street tires.... it's anyone's guess what works the best. But for the really fast stuff (say over 230mph), slicks are probably the most resistant to tire chunking/shredding.
Suspension is completely backwards out there. You want it low in the rear, with as much rake as you can manage. Steering damper cranked up, front up as high as you can to get the weight on the back tire. Take the comp damping out of the rear and wind the rebound in as much as you can manage (again, trying to keep weight on the rear). Erin Sills was trapping in the low 200's on a naturally aspirated S1000RR out there, and she has 80lbs of lead shot in the swingarm! Light bikes with a lot of power and aggressive anti-wheelie geometry don't do well out there at all.
Attack life... it's going to kill you anyway.
Last edited by SpazOnaZX; 09-20-2017 at 11:20 AM.