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going up 1th front? turbo swb

ill be turbo'ing the bike this summer. in between reinforcing the clutch basket and installing stiffer springs id like to modify the gearing to accommodate its stock wheel base. doing so, this should help maintain power delivery and reduce the front from pointing upward upon mild acceleration therefore i will be able to use the turbo more effectively during roll-on's (ultimately owning most other non-turbo'd bikes). i know, its going to be wheelie madness but if its to unappealing ill just buy a cycle concept 3-6 next summer.
fyi, it will primarily be a street bike with little strip time running 5-6psi on stock internals (for the time being).
my question, has anyone had experience running 1 up in the front with a 525 chain? what should the estimated top speed in first be? i dont have any turbo experience, recommendations?

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ill be turbo'ing the bike this summer. in between reinforcing the clutch basket and installing stiffer springs id like to modify the gearing to accommodate its stock wheel base. doing so, this should help maintain power delivery and reduce the front from pointing upward upon mild acceleration therefore i will be able to use the turbo more effectively during roll-on's (ultimately owning most other non-turbo'd bikes). i know, its going to be wheelie madness but if its to unappealing ill just buy a cycle concept 3-6 next summer.
fyi, it will primarily be a street bike with little strip time running 5-6psi on stock internals (for the time being).
my question, has anyone had experience running 1 up in the front with a 525 chain? what should the estimated top speed in first be? i dont have any turbo experience, recommendations?
id say first gear with that should take you way past 100 since they do that with factory gearing, if my guess, true speed in first with a 18t sprocket would be around 105-110 but thats just a guess btw im gonna go book my flight so i can come ride this thing bro

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Yeah...I would think about 110 with the front wheel violently leaving the ground sounds right...
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http://www.gearingcommander.com/ will tell all about your gearing vs speed.
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id say first gear with that should take you way past 100 since they do that with factory gearing, if my guess, true speed in first with a 18t sprocket would be around 105-110 but thats just a guess btw im gonna go book my flight so i can come ride this thing bro
thats what i was thinking. ill be selling tickets to ride it for a price but youll have to sign a release for legal reasons ;)

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Yeah...I would think about 110 with the front wheel violently leaving the ground sounds right...
yea, most likely. it will be inevitable. and no matter what i want to hear, ill need to stretch it at least 3'' to use the power. im sure w swb a 1300 will roll on me because i wont be able to put the power to the ground once it boost

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you guys are crazy...there is a limit for First gear by the internals and Redline...do some of you know the fastest bike stock Busa that did well over 190mph can't to 100mph in first gear(like a Stock 10R) and the Busa is equivalent to a -16t ZX10R in first gear?...adding gear good luck you will run out of RPM first but most likely gearing.
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adding gear good luck you will run out of RPM first but most likely gearing.
huh are you a lil

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huh are you a lil
meaning not faster that 105mph 1st Gear...yeah maybe i'm sleepy..good luck with that don't forget the transmission.
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meaning not faster that 105mph 1st Gear...yeah maybe i'm sleepy..good luck with that don't forget the transmission.
y because the internal first gear is limited it doesnt matter what the overall gear ratio is? is that what you meant?

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y because the internal first gear is limited it doesnt matter what the overall gear ratio is? is that what you meant?
yep....I think some of you guys that can do over 100mph in first gear are spoiled .
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