View Full Version : 03 Cobra vs Honda VFR750


LightningTeg
08-21-2012, 08:06 PM
My best buddies at home getting down!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5n7m-zOyro&feature=youtu.be

ThoR294
08-21-2012, 08:57 PM
Love hearing both at the same time. Shame the 2nd vid is cut short, and that damn guy was in front of me :(

P.S. I own that 86 vfr750

bamaballa205
08-22-2012, 12:40 AM
Got Whine?? That old bike still moves out pretty well.

adamantium
08-22-2012, 01:49 AM
Do all cobra drivers drive like women?

Di11ey
08-22-2012, 08:41 AM
^i usually double clutch like I should but I decided before the race that I would "drive like a woman" so adamantium would have something useless to comment

evangto87
08-22-2012, 09:31 AM
kinda shocked that bike did what it did. Its ancient, no crazy fast shifts, rider didnt tuck... did i mention its ancient ? lol.

Beans
08-22-2012, 09:34 AM
I was not expecting that lol.

HioSSilver
08-22-2012, 11:54 AM
I'm diggin the old school Interceptor!! But those bikes were high 11's at best....probably not that fast.

LightningTeg
08-22-2012, 11:58 AM
Seems around 115 trap stock from some quick research

PewterScreaminMach
08-22-2012, 12:34 PM
Nice runs! Bike got out and hung in there pretty damn well!

I'm diggin the old school Interceptor!! But those bikes were high 11's at best....probably not that fast.

Seems around 115 trap stock from some quick research

Yeah, but the mods clearly woke that bike up a bit. The jets and sprocket are significant on a bike like that. Not saying it's gonna murder anything modern, but it clearly made a difference over stock. I bet that bike as it sits is capable of a bit higher than 115 with a solid rider. And keep in mind that trap speeds are deceiving vs how it's gonna pull in first gear, especially on a sprocketed bike. Sprockets can sometimes shave off a couple tenths without really affecting your trap speed, if you think about what that would mean for a first gear race like this.

Definitely a strong showing, though.

ScreaminRedZ
08-22-2012, 12:40 PM
Great races, love the daytime vids!

punishmentcycle
08-22-2012, 12:43 PM
not bad for a old school 100hp dinosaur.. just think, that old ass 750 made a usual 100hp at the wheel.. new 600's are barely breaking that. power band is totally different but old school tech still had some balls

PewterScreaminMach
08-22-2012, 12:52 PM
not bad for a old school 100hp dinosaur.. just think, that old ass 750 made a usual 100hp at the wheel.. new 600's are barely breaking that. power band is totally different but old school tech still had some balls

I didn't think an '86 would make nearly 100 hp to the rear tire, more like 90 on a good day, but obviously with a decent torque curve. And the mods will certainly help both power and gearing from a low roll.

LightningTeg
08-22-2012, 01:02 PM
Would have been awesome to hear these things coming down the road from the side.

ajrothm
08-22-2012, 01:50 PM
Thats not an 86' Intercepter... That is a later model VFR that honda put the old paint scheme on... Probably like an 05 or something.... They are still turds though... Only about 85hp... Low 12s with normal riders, high 11s with decent to good riders.... Basically like an early 2000s 600 runs...

Good runs though and good kill for the cobra

HioSSilver
08-22-2012, 02:05 PM
not bad for a old school 100hp dinosaur.. just think, that old ass 750 made a usual 100hp at the wheel.. new 600's are barely breaking that. power band is totally different but old school tech still had some balls

It don't make 100 to the wheel. Maybe 80. My old Hurricane 1000 only made 101 0r 110...I forget. But it would had to a vfr 750 so fast they would'nt know what happened. That bike ran a 11.1 @ 124 uncapped 11.4@ 121 capped.

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 02:08 PM
Thats not an 86' Intercepter... That is a later model VFR that honda put the old paint scheme on... Probably like an 05 or something.... They are still turds though... Only about 85hp... Low 12s with normal riders, high 11s with decent to good riders.... Basically like an early 2000s 600 runs...

Good runs though and good kill for the cobra

Um.... Google 86 vfr750 then re think your post

ajrothm
08-22-2012, 02:16 PM
Um.... Google 86 vfr750 then re think your post

This was the bike I was thinking off....
http://www.motorcyclists-online.com/moto-essais-articles/images/illus/2007-Honda-InterceptorVFR800FI_01.jpg


I guess the bike in the vid is an original 80s vintage VFR....

When I think of 86' Interceptors, THIS is what I think of:
http://www.motorera.com/honda/h1000/intercep/vf1000f-84.jpg

I forgot all about the full faired 750 VFR of 86. But yes, they are still turds.... none of them made a true 100 rwhp... Even the NEW VFR800s dont make 100 rwhp.... They are rated at 110hp at the crank... Probably 95-98 rwhp.

Di11ey
08-22-2012, 02:24 PM
I'm diggin the old school Interceptor!! But those bikes were high 11's at best....probably not that fast.

which is exactly what i expect my car to run so im happy

Would have been awesome to hear these things coming down the road from the side.

just go ask that guy on the bike in the second run haha

ScreaminRedZ
08-22-2012, 02:27 PM
Teg, can you verify the year of the bike?

HioSSilver
08-22-2012, 02:30 PM
513whp....and only high 11's. Your expectations are low....but accurate.

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 03:06 PM
This was the bike I was thinking off....
http://www.motorcyclists-online.com/moto-essais-articles/images/illus/2007-Honda-InterceptorVFR800FI_01.jpg


I guess the bike in the vid is an original 80s vintage VFR....

When I think of 86' Interceptors, THIS is what I think of:
http://www.motorera.com/honda/h1000/intercep/vf1000f-84.jpg

I forgot all about the full faired 750 VFR of 86. But yes, they are still turds.... none of them made a true 100 rwhp... Even the NEW VFR800s dont make 100 rwhp.... They are rated at 110hp at the crank... Probably 95-98 rwhp.

thats because you are thinking of the crappy 83-85 chain driven interceptors. 86 they went to gear driven cams on the 700-750-1000cc models. Mine is the good one.

Teg, can you verify the year of the bike?

Yes it's an 86. what's with all the haters? rofl

http://i.imgur.com/P4fzgl.jpg
Full Size (http://i.imgur.com/P4fzg.jpg)

http://i.imgur.com/3cQjfl.jpg
Full Size (http://i.imgur.com/3cQjf.jpg)

LightningTeg
08-22-2012, 03:22 PM
owner^^ lol

ajrothm
08-22-2012, 03:35 PM
thats because you are thinking of the crappy 83-85 chain driven interceptors. 86 they went to gear driven cams on the 700-750-1000cc models. Mine is the good one.



Yes it's an 86. what's with all the haters? rofl

http://i.imgur.com/P4fzgl.jpg
Full Size (http://i.imgur.com/P4fzg.jpg)

http://i.imgur.com/3cQjfl.jpg
Full Size (http://i.imgur.com/3cQjf.jpg)




Not hating... I think the 86 750 VFR is a gorgeous bike...Damn sure the best looking one out of all of the early(and late) interceptors.... You look to have a very nice one at that....

They were pretty fast for their day....(even though an 85' Vmax would slaughter it, as would the 86' GSXR1100).... But I mean c'mon, they are 30 year old technology, what would you expect? Reality is they were low 12 sec bikes with normal riders on them... Once again...good for their day.

Being a HUGE sport bike guru, I love all vintages.... I recently sold a 1991 Team Hammer/Team Valvoline Suzuki GSXR750 road race bike that was NEVER street legal (until I got it).... I still had the original Texas Team Hammer title. It had a fully built RES racing 750 engine (oil/air cooled).....Even with all of the trick super bike stuff of the day...(it dynoed 116rwhp back in 91'), it was still a turd.... I sold it because I knew I would sink money into building a 1216 for it, so I cut it loose before dumping anymore money in it.

I already have a Turbo Hayabusa and GSXR1000 to keep running, along with the Vettes....:cry:

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 03:41 PM
Teg showed me that video of your busa... youre fucking nuts haha. This bike can already get me in trouble... I couldn't imagine getting one more powerful lol.

I was looking into the 07 anniversary edition as an upgrade. I personally love the color scheme, because I stand out, and it looks sweet haha. I wouldn't like getting a ninja/gsxr/cbr/etc. cause everyone has one... no fun

LightningTeg
08-22-2012, 04:46 PM
Teg showed me that video of your busa... youre fucking nuts haha. This bike can already get me in trouble... I couldn't imagine getting one more powerful lol.

I was looking into the 07 anniversary edition as an upgrade. I personally love the color scheme, because I stand out, and it looks sweet haha. I wouldn't like getting a ninja/gsxr/cbr/etc. cause everyone has one... no fun

Go race Ryan now.

I really wish I could...

Di11ey
08-22-2012, 04:47 PM
513whp....and only high 11's. Your expectations are low....but accurate.

Realistic expectations for the real world

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 05:18 PM
Go race Ryan now.

I really wish I could...

I try. but he's always "busy"

Di11ey
08-22-2012, 05:27 PM
I try. but he's always "busy"

Aka he's scared hi bike might lose to one 16 years older

ScreaminRedZ
08-22-2012, 05:37 PM
Yes it's an 86.

Thanks :cheers:

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 05:55 PM
Aka he's scared hi bike might lose to one 16 years older

his is modded so he should win

adamantium
08-22-2012, 06:02 PM
^i usually double clutch like I should but I decided before the race that I would "drive like a woman" so adamantium would have something useless to comment

Oh, okay. Hope you didn't break a nail. ;)

why87
08-22-2012, 10:12 PM
Sweet vid!

punishmentcycle
08-22-2012, 11:16 PM
Gotta remember.. Those old race bikes back then had to run stock motors.. Those were easy to get power out of by just the right jetting and pipe.. Add some fcr flatslides and ur over 100 hp. These old bikes are how I started.

ThoR294
08-22-2012, 11:36 PM
I bought the bike with the mods done to it... I bought a stage 1 dynojet kit, K&n, and the 15tooth front sprocket... only to take the bike apart and see it was all done already. I assume the person did a really good job haha. I'm scared of doing the carbs. I think it's getting plenty of fuel

punishmentcycle
08-23-2012, 02:19 AM
It's not really about just fuel.. They are a better flowing, better transitioning and of course a bigger carb. Your actually picking up more airflow then fuel. Just has to be jetted and adjusted right.. Those things made serious power on the old bikes.

PewterScreaminMach
08-23-2012, 09:43 AM
I bought the bike with the mods done to it... I bought a stage 1 dynojet kit, K&n, and the 15tooth front sprocket... only to take the bike apart and see it was all done already. I assume the person did a really good job haha. I'm scared of doing the carbs. I think it's getting plenty of fuel

It's not really about just fuel.. They are a better flowing, better transitioning and of course a bigger carb. Your actually picking up more airflow then fuel. Just has to be jetted and adjusted right.. Those things made serious power on the old bikes.

ThoR, listen to punishmentcycle. :judge:

ThoR294
08-23-2012, 11:36 AM
Will do :). I have nothing against making this classic faster haha

blk/slvr02ss
08-23-2012, 11:48 AM
My first street bike was a 84 VFR700 and it was a fun bike.

ThoR294
08-23-2012, 12:01 PM
Did some research... don't think I can get them for my bike lol... and they don't make the bike run good for the street

ajrothm
08-23-2012, 12:43 PM
Flat slides would be a waste on a relatively low HP/low RPM/street V4... Not to mention learning to ride it with the quirks of them... They can be made to run "streetable" but.... they never ride as nice/easy as CV carbs. Your best bet is to leave the VFR alone, keep it well maintained and just enjoy riding a nice/stock vintage bike. If you want to build something for street racing/power, start with a newer platform.:usa:

As for flatslides, Last set I had was a set of FCR 41s on a ZX11 with an 1109 kit/Muzzy head/cams. It made 155 rwhp which for its day was pretty stout(late 90s).... The FCR 41s gained it 10hp over the 40mm CV Keihins.

My buddy had a 1255cc ZX11 with a Super Bike Mike billet block, Mike Lazer head and custom cams, that one made 180 rwhp with FCR 41s. It only made 155 hp with the 40mm CV Keihins... That was worth spending $1200 for carbs. This was a $10k motor.:bomb:

ThoR294
08-23-2012, 01:48 PM
What about that anniversary 2007 vfr? I agree leaving my bike as it is haha

PewterScreaminMach
08-23-2012, 02:28 PM
What about that anniversary 2007 vfr? I agree leaving my bike as it is haha

2007 GSXR 600. Best option. :D

ThoR294
08-23-2012, 02:57 PM
I see what you did there. haha :P

ajrothm
08-23-2012, 03:05 PM
What about that anniversary 2007 vfr? I agree leaving my bike as it is haha

For performance? NO... You will be in the same boat with the newer VFR.... They are great all around bikes and very reliable, but they will never make good power and they are heavy.....

As much as I hate to say this.... for the best power/performance etc etc, you will have to step up to a liter bike of your choice.... I really hate to have the same thing as everyone else but...you can't argue with the power to weight ratios and the availability of good power making components.

Personally I am a Suzuki fan so I would likely go with the GSXR1000, get a used one, you can pick up an 07-08 for pennies on the dollar and they are a great platform to start with.

If you want to buy one that is ready to go and is already at the top of the heap, pick up a BMW S1000RR ... They are expensive though. The 2012s are having rod bolt problems so stick with the 2011s.

ZX10s are also great performers, although a bit harder to work on with its frame design. The 2012 ZX10s are pretty nasty, they are stronger/lighter then 2012 GSXR1000s. Stay away from R1s after 07, the Cross Plane motors in the 08s and up are turds...:barf:

I guess I just hate having the same thing that everyone else can run out and buy, that is why I have just stuck with my old junk.... Now they are so old they are "different"...lol:jest:

I have kind of wanted a new bike for the last 5 years but....I just never see anything that "jumps out" at me for everything I am looking for in a scoot... The S1000RR is the closest thing I would want but they are just too much $$$...

This is my favorite GSXR of all time, its just a little weak compared to new stuff.... Although I still manage to squeeze 9.80s@141 out of this ole dynosaur.... Someday I may do something with it performance wise, but I enjoy its stock-ness and 100% reliable... I'd have to spend $5k+ on a motor to make it run with a new S1000RR that has a warranty...and I would still be stuck with old tech suspension, brakes, FI, no traction control etc etc..Likely not as reliable and maybe still not as fast.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/1000/racing090509-2.jpg

I just use it as my touring bike/commuter/general debauchery and use this one VVV to hurt feelings with when I need to...
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/Busaracing0510.jpg


Sorry to take over your car vs bike thread....:burn:

ThoR294
08-23-2012, 03:17 PM
haha it's alright man I appreciate the info.

I guess I just hate having the same thing that everyone else can run out and buy, that is why I have just stuck with my old junk.... Now they are so old they are "different"...lo

This is exactly how I feel. That's why I picked up my bike. I just wish I could get more power. Even with FI and "VTEC" on that vfr800 it'll be just as quick as my bike?

I saw the 1000RR because its RWB just like mine... hahaha. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :(

ScreaminRedZ
08-23-2012, 03:44 PM
Swap a newer motor into it. I have no idea if that's reasonably possible, but it would make people's heads explode, lol.

Di11ey
08-23-2012, 04:00 PM
Swap a newer motor into it. I have no idea if that's reasonably possible, but it would make people's heads explode, lol.

:rock:

ajrothm
08-23-2012, 05:03 PM
haha it's alright man I appreciate the info.



This is exactly how I feel. That's why I picked up my bike. I just wish I could get more power. Even with FI and "VTEC" on that vfr800 it'll be just as quick as my bike?

I saw the 1000RR because its RWB just like mine... hahaha. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :(

You "could" do this on a late model VFR800 but.....probably not worth the effort and definitely not the price.... But...to be different..sometimes its worth it.
http://www.aaperf.com/vfrkit-gen5.html


I recently sold this one.... It was the Team Hammer road race bike I posted about... It had NEVER been street licensed until I got it in 2010.... Rebuilt it back to its original glory....rode for a summer then sold it for a nice profit. Yes its an odd looking sucker....early 90s vintage... It had a lot of factory super bike parts on it and tons of one off stuff.... Half of the 1991 Yoshimura Speed parts catalog was on this thing.. It placed 2nd in the 1991 Road Atlanta 750 SS race, then it was retired. Pretty neat piece of history.. It was fun as hell to ride but slower then shit...even with its 116rwhp (I think it was really more like 80rwhp)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/Team%20Hammer%20Race%20GSXR750/DSC01303.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/Team%20Hammer%20Race%20GSXR750/DSC01308.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/Team%20Hammer%20Race%20GSXR750/DSC01263.jpg

Here was my old 1109cc ZX11... This bike was pretty damn fast back in its day(late 90s) but the busa came out and JUST edged out my old ZX11.... once people started modding the busas, i got spanked so it had to go..
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/5249cacb.jpg


I still like the old ones... Too me they just look better, there is actually a full bodied girl under ya...

BicketyBam
08-23-2012, 05:19 PM
My VFR80 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/ECondreras/VFR800/VFR800-1.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/ECondreras/VFR800/VFR800-2.jpg

Only 2000 miles. It needs a good home ;)

Sticks n Stones
08-23-2012, 06:37 PM
It's not really about just fuel.. They are a better flowing, better transitioning and of course a bigger carb. Your actually picking up more airflow then fuel. Just has to be jetted and adjusted right.. Those things made serious power on the old bikes.

ThoR, listen to punishmentcycle. :judge:

Fastest bike I ever road was a early 80's VF700. Faster then my ZX14. Not stock of course, owner got stationed in Germany and was having his mom sell it back in '89. Took it for a test ride after she told me "he raced it all the time when he was here and put alot of money into it". Figuring it was just a pipe/K&N stage 3 deal I went for a ride. Wholly Christ that thing nearly killed me. And at the time I was racing my a GSXR750 and my 250 Ninja in in various classes at the track. But that so-called 700cc bike scared the shit out of me, let me tell you!

Made his mom call him to find out what had been done but he got elusive and would only divulge a engine swap that was a bored/stroked/heads/cams build. Told him to tell his mom to not let ANYBODY ride it on a test ride until they have cash in hand! I still regret not buying it, but I was looking for a corner carver, not a 1/4 mile king.

punishmentcycle
08-24-2012, 09:43 AM
Fastest bike I ever road was a early 80's VF700. Faster then my ZX14. Not stock of course, owner got stationed in Germany and was having his mom sell it back in '89. Took it for a test ride after she told me "he raced it all the time when he was here and put alot of money into it". Figuring it was just a pipe/K&N stage 3 deal I went for a ride. Wholly Christ that thing nearly killed me. And at the time I was racing my a GSXR750 and my 250 Ninja in in various classes at the track. But that so-called 700cc bike scared the shit out of me, let me tell you!

Made his mom call him to find out what had been done but he got elusive and would only divulge a engine swap that was a bored/stroked/heads/cams build. Told him to tell his mom to not let ANYBODY ride it on a test ride until they have cash in hand! I still regret not buying it, but I was looking for a corner carver, not a 1/4 mile king.

the old bikes were no joke.. i had built a bunch of old gsxr750/1100's and a couple 7/11's.. once you get the jetting right there was no holding those bastards back.. im sure the old suspension and brakes made the bikes feel faster but they deff werent slouches.

i built my old 96 zx9r with web cams,ignition advance,FCR's etc.. i must say that was my fav bike by far. it was a highway beast! soon as u got into cool air and that ramair got going the bike would just keep pulling.. and pulling for days

blk/slvr02ss
08-24-2012, 01:03 PM
For performance? NO... You will be in the same boat with the newer VFR.... They are great all around bikes and very reliable, but they will never make good power and they are heavy.....

As much as I hate to say this.... for the best power/performance etc etc, you will have to step up to a liter bike of your choice.... I really hate to have the same thing as everyone else but...you can't argue with the power to weight ratios and the availability of good power making components.

Personally I am a Suzuki fan so I would likely go with the GSXR1000, get a used one, you can pick up an 07-08 for pennies on the dollar and they are a great platform to start with.

If you want to buy one that is ready to go and is already at the top of the heap, pick up a BMW S1000RR ... They are expensive though. The 2012s are having rod bolt problems so stick with the 2011s.

ZX10s are also great performers, although a bit harder to work on with its frame design. The 2012 ZX10s are pretty nasty, they are stronger/lighter then 2012 GSXR1000s. Stay away from R1s after 07, the Cross Plane motors in the 08s and up are turds...:barf:

I guess I just hate having the same thing that everyone else can run out and buy, that is why I have just stuck with my old junk.... Now they are so old they are "different"...lol:jest:

I have kind of wanted a new bike for the last 5 years but....I just never see anything that "jumps out" at me for everything I am looking for in a scoot... The S1000RR is the closest thing I would want but they are just too much $$$...

This is my favorite GSXR of all time, its just a little weak compared to new stuff.... Although I still manage to squeeze 9.80s@141 out of this ole dynosaur.... Someday I may do something with it performance wise, but I enjoy its stock-ness and 100% reliable... I'd have to spend $5k+ on a motor to make it run with a new S1000RR that has a warranty...and I would still be stuck with old tech suspension, brakes, FI, no traction control etc etc..Likely not as reliable and maybe still not as fast.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/1000/racing090509-2.jpg

I just use it as my touring bike/commuter/general debauchery and use this one VVV to hurt feelings with when I need to...
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/Busaracing0510.jpg


Sorry to take over your car vs bike thread....:burn:

Have you ever ran that GSXR1000 @ Moroso in WPB ?

ThoR294
08-24-2012, 06:08 PM
http://i.imgur.com/Nz71ql.jpg


Free Dyno at Flemington Circle Yamaha... my bike made a whopping 89.3 RWHP... lol. top speed of 155mph


http://i.imgur.com/qyAYQl.jpg

Full image of dynosheet (http://i.imgur.com/qyAYQ.jpg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzC5U8-rAZQ

blk/slvr02ss
08-24-2012, 06:57 PM
Honda has come a long way since then my 2008 CBR1000RR made 162rwhp and 435lbs !What were the VFR1000's making back then ?

Sticks n Stones
08-24-2012, 10:47 PM
2008 dyno shootout (I won). Pause it and read, it gives a really good indication of where bikes stand. The CBR1000's are a early 2000's and 2008, both piped/tuned. ZX10 is a well modded 2005, turbo 750 was a early 80's bike that only made 125? 145? rwhp.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXS_X1zE0Js

ajrothm
08-25-2012, 09:48 AM
Have you ever ran that GSXR1000 @ Moroso in WPB ?

No I'm south of Houston. I only race at Royal Purple raceway, Lonestar Motorsports raceway and occassionally Houston motorsports park.

I only race the 1000 a few times every couple years... I have maybe 60 passes on it since Ive owned it since 07. I normally just ride it at stock height and hit twisties/road trips etc..

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/1000/DSC01478.jpg

It still makes "OK" power for an ole dynosaur... (2001). Most new liter bikes are making 15hp more then mine (with my pipe/tune) :(
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/alan.jpg


I'd love it to make about 40hp more just to keep me ahead of the new literbikes.... maybe someday I'll sneak a snail up under the fairings...:judge:

ajrothm
08-25-2012, 10:02 AM
Dyno charts from this ole turd....
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/The%20busa/DSC01455.jpg
Pump gas, 14-15 psi..
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/The%20busa/zxalan319.jpg

C16, 29 psi
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/The%20busa/zxalan434.jpg


One with a boost controller mishap....(noticed we shut it down very early at 8700:bomb:)
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v245/ZXALAN/The%20busa/zxalan474.jpg

Not sure how much boost it was but it pegged my boost gauge at 30 psi by 8500 rpms before we realized something was wrong and chopped the throttle...LOL Turbo just ran away...:shiner:


It will run 8.60s-8.80s on pump gas, low boost and relatively short wheel base (61.5"). I ran 225.906 mph at the Texas Mile at only 16 psi boost (ran out of gearing to turn the boost up more)....Been running since April 09... I just keep beating her and she keeps on going..:nod:

Built it all in my garage, tuned it myself.:usa:

ThoR294
08-25-2012, 10:32 AM
am i reading that right... 434 horsepower?!?!? wattttttttt

ajrothm
08-25-2012, 01:26 PM
am i reading that right... 434 horsepower?!?!? wattttttttt

Yes 434hp on 29lbs shutting it off about 1200rpms early..(Dyno would trip out once the roller hit 200mph so we had to stop the pulls short on the high boost runs.

The hero pull was 474hp at only 8800 rpms when the turbo went out of control. It would have broke 500 EASY if it held together...

Honestly I have never even rode it at over 18 psi...(360hp)... That's plenty..it will wheelie in 4th at 360hp pretty tall highway gearing..:burn:

ThoR294
08-25-2012, 01:34 PM
lol fucking unreal.... i have literally 1/5th of that power and i can get the front end up... LOL

ZFreie
08-25-2012, 01:35 PM
Yes 434hp on 29lbs shutting it off about 1200rpms early..(Dyno would trip out once the roller hit 200mph so we had to stop the pulls short on the high boost runs.

The hero pull was 474hp at only 8800 rpms when the turbo went out of control. It would have broke 500 EASY if it held together...

Honestly I have never even rode it at over 18 psi...(360hp)... That's plenty..it will wheelie in 4th at 360hp pretty tall highway gearing..:burn:Holy shit, 400hp on a bike :eek2: Id be happy with that in my car :jest:

Granted, I'm guessing a bike with that much power is less fun and more frightening then anything.

ThoR294
08-25-2012, 03:17 PM
Yeah really I want my car pushing that lol

blk/slvr02ss
08-25-2012, 03:36 PM
Yea that Busa is a little too much for me !!! lol I ran mine once in stock trim and went 10.31@140 w/ 1.84 60ft i guess thats not bad considering i could not keep the front tire down.