Ive always shifted up. Im used to it, and with no quick shifter that method still wins against bikes with same displacement and an air shifter. I guess its just what your more comfortable with.:thumbsup:
yeah GP shift really comes into play on the track when you are coming out of a left-hand turn, needing to shift up a gear before you've gotten back up on the bike and straightened it out, very difficult to up-shift in that position hanging off on the left side, much easier to tap down on the shifter. My formula II bike back in the 80s had "real race shifting" referred to as GP shift now. Going to be putting it on my zx10 as soon as I can afford it.
I'm trying to figure out the safe or not so safe limit on the stock rods n pistons. When I first joined 10.net their was a guy on here saying he put a 100 shot on stock motors (valve springs of course) all time as long as u progressed it in. I'm temped to try this theory out, just wondering who...
Hello everyone. I have a question I hope you can help me with. I have a 2017 ZX10 which is stock except for a Graves slip on. My issue is this. When I’m at the quarter mile track shifting from 2nd to 3rd the front end either starts to comes up or starts to shimmy real bad..this is at about 115...
Probably not the best place to put this thread, but it is drag race specific. I have a Woolsey sidewinder exhaust and my OE radiator won't clear. Looking for either an alternate radiator from another bike that will fit or a used grudge style rad for my gen 3.
I have a question mainly for those who race and use a pro tree.
I’ve been using the full tree the last few years and constantly struggle with RT.
I either red light or my RT is slow.
I’m going to try using the pro light this weekend, so here’s my question.
Once you’re staged up and ready to go...