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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-15-2006, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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My first time ever on the track #'s *UPDATED*

I was only able to make one pass today due to things I had to do tonight. Anyways these are my numbers, how do they fair?

+.4469 reaction
2.2499 60 ft
5.8171 330 ft
8.7811 1/8 et
81.65 1/8 mph
11.3900 1000' et
93.12 1000' mph
13.6169 1/4 et
101.13 1/4 et

Stock 89 ninja 600r

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-16-2006, 06:35 PM
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Vedi good reaction time!
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Dang,
My Dodge Ram runs that ET:
 
post #4 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-16-2006, 07:14 PM
 
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60' time is what killed your run.

What rpm do you launch at?
A good launch rpm is 7-8k rpm.

The faster you are at full throttle off the line the better your 60' times will be. That bike in stock trim should run somewhere in the 11 second range.
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Dang,
My Dodge Ram runs that ET:
lol, well bring her out and we will run em.
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60' time is what killed your run.

What rpm do you launch at?
A good launch rpm is 7-8k rpm.

The faster you are at full throttle off the line the better your 60' times will be. That bike in stock trim should run somewhere in the 11 second range.
Yeah, I herd it can run about that.

I launched with gas and letting out the clutch at the same time. I was nervouse about launching with some rpms due to looping it. I hope to get the launching down and get better times.
Any more helpful tips launching?

Thanks for the tips
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lol, well bring her out and we will run em.
How about you buyer me a sixer of PBR, we put her in the back and run down.... I'll spank her down the quarter... Put her in the back, run it again so she knows what fast feels like...
HAHAHA, just bustin your balls guy....
post #8 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-17-2006, 06:15 AM
 
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60 foot is where you can make up the most time....I was in the 1.90-2.00 range last time I went down and should probably be a bit better. Here is the best run (ET) I've done yet:

Run #: 210
Time: 8:27
Reaction: 0.2921
60 ft: 2.0089
330 ft: 5.0598
1/8 E.T.: 7.5449
1/8 MPH: 98.43
1000' ET: 9.7159
1/4 E.T: 11.5729
1/4 MPH: 120.37


Trying to match the mag times is very hard. They don't have to worry about breaking things and they have alot more experience at it. Couple that with the fact that the test rider is probably 150lbs (I'm 255lbs +/-) and there's little wonder why I couldn't match the 10.7 et that my bike is suppossed to do, even being up 3 teeth in the back.....

Launching it with RPM just takes some practice....slip it a bit the first time and then slowly get more agressive....it'll wear the clutch but practice makes perfect. Just my .

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Yeah, I herd it can run about that.

I launched with gas and letting out the clutch at the same time. I was nervouse about launching with some rpms due to looping it. I hope to get the launching down and get better times.
Any more helpful tips launching?

Thanks for the tips

Slippin the clutch is the key. When you stage up get the bike up to your desired launch rpm. Then slowly release the clutch till you feel it start to hook up with the flywheel. Then stop releasing the clutch while you wait for the tree to count down. You will feel the bike starting to lurch forward just a bit. So use your front brake just enough to hold it from red lighting. You will wear your clutch faster but you will definately launch harder. Your best bet is to go to a test and tune at Ubly soon. $20 run it all day. I usually get in 20-30 runs a day there plus its weekend test and tune. Ill be out there a bit this year as im still on the hunt for 9's. 10.12 is my best run on my 03 gsxr6 That was with slip on only. Now I have k&n filter and power commander so 9's should be no problem.

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...my best run on my 03 gsxr6 ....so 9's should be no problem.
Don't forget to tell him that you only weigh 90lbs wet. Geez, grab my busa and you'll be in passin top-fuel dragsters.
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