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11-04-2004 7:35 PM
sonicsbomb
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by Intimidator
Damn, no cheap horsepower secrets huh? I 'm gonna try my best to keep myself from stretching it out since I'll only fry clutches quicker and I ride the thing every day. But thanks for the advice.
extending the swingarm won`t make you fry clutches faster, your clutch hand will Youwant to go fast in the quarter those are the things you`ll have to do. A street freindly bike isn`t a fast 1/4 mile bike, unless high 9`s and low 10`s is all you want. If you want to go low 9`s high 8`s your 954 is going to need some work.
11-04-2004 6:00 PM
Intimidator
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by SilverBullet
Put a stock air filter back in. Things that dont cost much, not alot. If you can take the motor apart, have the head shaved to bump the compression up, lower it, extend it, put a shinko tire on it, NOS. I would buy Barnett heavy duty springs and put them in when you put NEW OEM clutches in!! That will help your clutches last longer on the strip. Also put an air shifter on it to help, or auto shift. I have been thinking of going to an autoshift, but that takes some of the fun out of it, even if it would give me a tenth or two.

Lowering it will help your 60 footers, and extending it will help even more, which will give you an advantage over stock bikes. Are you having any problems keeping the front end down? You can go up 1 tooth in the back, or two if you want. You MAY be ok with 2 up in the back, which you probably will with your weight and not spraying. For the lighter guys, two up and one down, sometimes they will be right at redline or over spraying since the bike will pick up speed faster. Your clutches did good lasting that long, with those miles, taking it to the strip will wear themn down fast.
Damn, no cheap horsepower secrets huh? I 'm gonna try my best to keep myself from stretching it out since I'll only fry clutches quicker and I ride the thing every day. But thanks for the advice.
11-03-2004 3:56 PM
ReaperAZ
Re: New Dyno #'s

Now go smoke some imports!


Dano
11-03-2004 2:29 PM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by Intimidator
Man those are a couple bad ass 954's!!! I would be just plain giddy to see a 954 get small on a busa! I'm just kinda getting into drag racing the bike, (at the track anyway). Last friday I ran a 10.58 with a Jardine 1/2 system, Hass eliminator, 1 tooth down in front, K&N, no flapper, PCIIIUSB and strapped front end. I only got a couple passes before the clutch gave up. (21,500 miles) Since you 2 are 954 pros what can I do to the bike to further whoop on the local 954's that doesn't cost much? By the way, I'm 6'3 255lbs---not ideal for 1/4 mile times!

Put a stock air filter back in. Things that dont cost much, not alot. If you can take the motor apart, have the head shaved to bump the compression up, lower it, extend it, put a shinko tire on it, NOS. I would buy Barnett heavy duty springs and put them in when you put NEW OEM clutches in!! That will help your clutches last longer on the strip. Also put an air shifter on it to help, or auto shift. I have been thinking of going to an autoshift, but that takes some of the fun out of it, even if it would give me a tenth or two.

Lowering it will help your 60 footers, and extending it will help even more, which will give you an advantage over stock bikes. Are you having any problems keeping the front end down? You can go up 1 tooth in the back, or two if you want. You MAY be ok with 2 up in the back, which you probably will with your weight and not spraying. For the lighter guys, two up and one down, sometimes they will be right at redline or over spraying since the bike will pick up speed faster. Your clutches did good lasting that long, with those miles, taking it to the strip will wear themn down fast.
11-03-2004 1:21 AM
Intimidator
Re: New Dyno #'s

Man those are a couple bad ass 954's!!! I would be just plain giddy to see a 954 get small on a busa! I'm just kinda getting into drag racing the bike, (at the track anyway). Last friday I ran a 10.58 with a Jardine 1/2 system, Hass eliminator, 1 tooth down in front, K&N, no flapper, PCIIIUSB and strapped front end. I only got a couple passes before the clutch gave up. (21,500 miles) Since you 2 are 954 pros what can I do to the bike to further whoop on the local 954's that doesn't cost much? By the way, I'm 6'3 255lbs---not ideal for 1/4 mile times!
11-02-2004 10:56 PM
sonicsbomb
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by SilverBullet
Let my see.


WOW, 10 hours, 602 miles. Ummmm, little far.
Yes that is far for ya
11-02-2004 10:06 AM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

Let my see.


WOW, 10 hours, 602 miles. Ummmm, little far.
11-02-2004 9:31 AM
sonicsbomb
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by SilverBullet
Speaking of #'s......I'll be taking a month off next June, maybe we can find a track between us then to meet up and let the Honda's whoop up on some Busa a$$.
Sounds good we`ll have to see, How far are you from Norwalk? Prostar may be there around then
11-02-2004 7:34 AM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by sonicsbomb
Great numbers
Can`t wait to get mine on a dyno with the 37 NOS jet, pulls so hard now I have to regear the bike to make it down the quarter.

Speaking of #'s......I'll be taking a month off next June, maybe we can find a track between us then to meet up and let the Honda's whoop up on some Busa a$$.
11-02-2004 7:30 AM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by 3cRider
That is movin out! I don't think I could hold on that tight. What are your 60fts and what rear tire and psi are you running?

My 60's average 1.57, but I do run 1.54's often. I've had one 1.49.

Using Shinko rear tire, "my favorite", and run from 16-21 lbs. The Shinko just plain hooks up, better than the Mickey Thompson in my opinion. I think SonicsBomb uses the Shinko also, and his times are better than mine, can't wait to see his dyno #'s.
11-02-2004 7:25 AM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

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Originally Posted by sonicsbomb
Great numbers
Can`t wait to get mine on a dyno with the 37 NOS jet, pulls so hard now I have to regear the bike to make it down the quarter.

Thats with the 36 nozzle I believe, the biggest one that came with it, or is a 38??? Can't remember.

You know I'm -1 and +1, and I make it through fine, but I might be close to redline going through the trap. Either way, SURE IS FUN!!
11-02-2004 1:52 AM
3cRider
Re: New Dyno #'s

That is movin out! I don't think I could hold on that tight. What are your 60fts and what rear tire and psi are you running?
11-01-2004 9:53 PM
sonicsbomb
Re: New Dyno #'s

Great numbers
Can`t wait to get mine on a dyno with the 37 NOS jet, pulls so hard now I have to regear the bike to make it down the quarter.
11-01-2004 10:19 AM
SilverBullet
Re: New Dyno #'s

11-01-2004 8:00 AM
l'timbré
Re: New Dyno #'s

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