Help with Bogging Off the Line
I have been battling issues with my bike(2005ZX6RR) bogging off the line for the last couple of months and hoping to get some suggestions. Bike is bogging right is start releasing the clutch which could be due to a combination of factors. I believe the main culprits are: New clutches(30 passes, still look brand new no glazing, blueing,anything), New oil(50 or so passes), and Hot humid weather (1800-2400 corrected altitude). It seemed a little better when I raised the launch RPM to 9K but, still losing way to much time in the 1/8th (3-4 tenths) and ultimately the 1/4(5 tenths). I raised the bike up to stock ride height with only a fork strap and my 60's are pretty close to what I was running slammed and strapped(1.72-1.78 slammed & strapped/1.79-1.82 strap only). I have tried leaning it out and richening it up but, bog still there. I am 42 PSI front and rear and wonder how much higher I can safely take up rear tire pressures as I cannot find a stated max tire pressure for the pilot power anywhere, not even on the tires. Trying to get a little wheelspin to keep revs up. The thing is, the MPH at the top end is not that far off (128-129.5MPH at 2400 corrected altitude) but, am down 1.5-2MPH in the eighth. It appears to me that the bike is breathing well and making decent power up top but, it is killing me the 1st 1/8. It is so frustrating because when you get used to running mid 10s and I am killing it to just squeak into the 10s now.