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Old 03-10-2019, 11:43 AM
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Default 6th gen vs Kawasaki 1000

Runs were 40-140 and 60-140

im fbo and he is just got some light mods runs really good for a older model bike . Also Id like to thank the admin on here for closing my last post without explaining 👍


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Nice runs man.
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Nice runs man.
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Down to racing bikes when mustangs can't keep up.
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Originally Posted by HioSSilver View Post
Down to racing bikes when mustangs can't keep up.
Sadly after gapping the other mustang like i did nobody wants to play . You will get to see me get gapped by a heads/cam Z06 soon though 😎
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When you going to race something that will actually be a challenge
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When you going to race something that will actually be a challenge
Z06 soon
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Z06 soon

equal foe? With your mods he better bring his A game. You know with that poweradder transmission and him being a stick shift car and all
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Originally Posted by OneSlowV View Post


Z06 soon
C5 or c6 ?
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C5 or c6 ?
C6 Heads/cam he went to the track today and ran a [email protected] lol
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Originally Posted by OneSlowV View Post


C6 Heads/cam he went to the track today and ran a [email protected] lol
Lol terrible 60 I assume.
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Wow...7.78 but trapping 103mph? OneSlow...run the Z06 from a dig and you got him.

BTW, good run against the bike. Impressive!
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Most vettes aren't known to 60 well
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Originally Posted by islander033 View Post
Most vettes aren't known to 60 well
True most of the time I see em at the track the owners are running a stock tire and spinning to the 60ft.
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Vettes 60 great on a tire. No better rwd chassis out there.
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Originally Posted by Chris25 View Post
True most of the time I see em at the track the owners are running a stock tire and spinning to the 60ft.
They seem to be scared of a tire. Rears are fairly fragile.
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Originally Posted by islander033 View Post
They seem to be scared of a tire. Rears are fairly fragile.
C6 rear is pretty stout compared to some of the other rear ends GM offered lol definitely an upgrade over the C5 rear.
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Good runs what year bike. Has to be lot older 1000.
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Originally Posted by ohioborn80 View Post
Good runs what year bike. Has to be lot older 1000.
1995 I believe
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Originally Posted by islander033 View Post
They seem to be scared of a tire. Rears are fairly fragile.
c5 rear has been 7s....behind a stick at that. C6 rears are stout. C6z and zr1 rears are very strong.

You simply don't know anything about them.
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