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updated 1/8 mile times

hey guys i took the zx10 back to the track for sum TNT tonight since i recently installed a airshifter and nailed another personal best. temps was in the low 80's & i was launchin around 8k-8.5k riders weight around 200 pounds suited. im pretty stoked on how fast this lil zx10 will go swb each track visit let me no wat you guys think.

run no#1
1.638 60ft.
4.524 330ft.
6.317 594ft.
6.458 1/[email protected] mph.

run no#2
1.623 60ft.
4.518 330ft.
6.309 594ft.
6.436 1/[email protected] mph.

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Nice passes! Are you not getting it pinned in 1st gear being SWB? Reason I ask is because I cut the same 1.62 60' and went the same 6.45 on my Gen 3 and I'm 300lbs (if not more) in gear.
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Nice passes! Are you not getting it pinned in 1st gear being SWB? Reason I ask is because I cut the same 1.62 60' and went the same 6.45 on my Gen 3 and I'm 300lbs (if not more) in gear.
Maybe you should post your Mods when replying so members can evaluate besides how much you weigh. Nice times ZX Racer I never been that fast at 215lbs in gear in the 1/8 .....would love to see your guys 1/4 times some day though with complete mods.

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PC5, LOR slip on, secondaries pulled, small stretch, gearing
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PC5, LOR slip on, secondaries pulled, small stretch, gearing
what gearing and what kind of mods lowering and height, fuel ....time slip as well please and have you had those same mods in the 1/4 mile and what time.

EDIT...JUST MISSED THAT YOU SAID THIS PATRICK "SMALL STRETCH" define a Small stretch as the 3rd gen is already longer than a 1st Gen that is shorter than most 600cc bikes.....not doubting anyone here but lets keep it real....usually the guys that do 6.2s SWB are the light weight very good racers with full systems and lowered good.

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what gearing and what kind of mods lowering and height, fuel ....time slip as well please and have you had those same mods in the 1/4 mile and what time.

EDIT...JUST MISSED THAT YOU SAID THIS PATRICK "SMALL STRETCH" define a Small stretch as the 3rd gen is already longer than a 1st Gen that is shorter than most 600cc bikes.....not doubting anyone here but lets keep it real....usually the guys that do 6.2s SWB are the light weight very good racers with full systems and lowered good.

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-1, +7, stock height front and rear, strapped front end, it was out about 5.5" or so at that time, pump 87octane gas

EDIT: Reason I have so much gear is because of my weight. For anyone under 270 or so, they wouldn't go any faster with my gearing than they would say -1, +2 or 3...it'd be too much gear for them and slow them down.
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-1, +7, stock height front and rear, strapped front end, it was out about 5.5" or so at that time, pump 87octane gas

EDIT: Reason I have so much gear is because of my weight. For anyone under 270 or so, they wouldn't go any faster with my gearing than they would say -1, +2 or 3...it'd be too much gear for them and slow them down.
+7 ...maybe that's a great combo for your weight ...5.5" is not close to SWB that is considered an EXTENDED bike...I know you gave ZX Racer props but questing him against your mods if he was "Pinned" in first gear is not the same thing against what you ride with your mods. :headshake bottom line both of you are doing great things with the mods you have.

EDIT...while I was typing you explained the Gearing which was the same thing I suspected....cool

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Im not questing him by any means, he's doing a kickass job and riding the wheels off his bike. I was just curious as to when he got WOT since I had the same short time and ET and I weigh significantly more.
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Nice passes! Are you not getting it pinned in 1st gear being SWB? Reason I ask is because I cut the same 1.62 60' and went the same 6.45 on my Gen 3 and I'm 300lbs (if not more) in gear.
thx man ! i usually slip the clutch till the 60ft. to prevent wheelies and go wot from there. if i was stretched and lil more gearing im sure i can cut a better 60 and better elaspe times

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-1, +7, stock height front and rear, strapped front end, it was out about 5.5" or so at that time, pump 87octane gas

EDIT: Reason I have so much gear is because of my weight. For anyone under 270 or so, they wouldn't go any faster with my gearing than they would say -1, +2 or 3...it'd be too much gear for them and slow them down.
Damn thats alot of gearing but i guess with your weight it heps. wats your mph with your mods done to your bike ? and how inches is the bike now ?

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