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Old 04-11-2006, 10:22 AM   #61
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Ehwn we went to the big deal at hrp all the guys that had these wheelie bars where running high 9's to low 10s i dont classify them as being REAL drag racers....rag racing started on the streets and thats where it belongs and wheelie bars dont belong on the street....lol j/j
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yeah, and real drag racers :icon_bigg

so your saying that this non streetable drag bike is cooler than the streetable one
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so your saying that this non streetable drag bike is cooler than the streetable one
I ESPECIALLY like the first one!!
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ok for side by side comparison,

http://www.nhra.com/2003/events/race18/results/psb.html

http://www.dragtimes.com/Suzuki--Hay...ag-Racing.html

look at the time and speeds, wouldnt you rather ride the one that is not stuck on the 1/4 mile track and doesnt have a square tire

hey rocket what were your times??
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so your saying that this non streetable drag bike is cooler than the streetable one
no, I wasnt saying that at all, I was jacking with DJ.
if your trying to show me that there are fast bikes with no bars, I say so....I know there are fast bikes on the street.
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ok for side by side comparison,

http://www.nhra.com/2003/events/race18/results/psb.html

http://www.dragtimes.com/Suzuki--Hay...ag-Racing.html

look at the time and speeds, wouldnt you rather ride the one that is not stuck on the 1/4 mile track and doesnt have a square tire

hey rocket what were your times??
that is hauling and getting off the line with no wheelie bar indeed
I say DAYUM
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scoot us agents need to stick together... i wonder why some of the fastest drag bikes the pros are using are HARLEYS??????
maybe... but they aren't using 100hp Hardleys... :laughing6
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maybe... but they aren't using 100hp Hardleys... :laughing6
nope, more like 200+ hp
, mines gonna be in the 140 + range, when I ditch the belt drive, I'm gonna call out the 9 sec busa's



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^^^^^^^^^^^ Much more than 200 HP. Most Turbo Busas run between 300-350HP IF tuned and motor is right. The guys from RPM in Arkansas has 2 Busas at the last event running Mid 7's as well as Bitter Sweet Motorsports usually has one running 7.60's. No bar!

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Ehwn we went to the big deal at hrp all the guys that had these wheelie bars where running high 9's to low 10s i dont classify them as being REAL drag racers....rag racing started on the streets and thats where it belongs and wheelie bars dont belong on the street....lol j/j
In their defense they where running Pro ET. Same rules as street ET but you can have rev limiters, wheelie bars, chatter boxes, and pretty much all electroinics to run the bike for you. It takes all to make this world go round. Just casue it has a bar dont make it fast. I prefer to race the bike with no bar. You then have to learn to run the bike!
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3 weeks?!!? That's some suck- turn around time. Hopefully you didn't send your stuff to them by anything but standard shipping!!
Most reputable head shops have a 30+ day wait to even look at your stuff. When I called Lee's performance to look my head over Lee told me he had 47 heads waiting to be done. IMO there are only about 6-10 real good drag racing shops in this country. Yes there are alot that claim they do HEAD WORK but just casue you can punch a number into your machine and watch it port a hole dont make you a head shop.:BangHead:
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In their defense they where running Pro ET. Same rules as street ET but you can have rev limiters, wheelie bars, chatter boxes, and pretty much all electroinics to run the bike for you. It takes all to make this world go round. Just casue it has a bar dont make it fast. I prefer to race the bike with no bar. You then have to learn to run the bike!
Im aware of the rules and i was just messin around but i dont care to whatch them..Im sure it took alot for them to get the bike where it is but why put all that money into a bike thats slower then a stock busa/zx12 BUT at the same time i understand i mean its not allways about making your bike the fastest there is (theres always somebody faster right) but its about the join of building it...

Yea Yea if it dont go 8's it wasnt worth doing haha lol j/j
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Most reputable head shops have a 30+ day wait to even look at your stuff. When I called Lee's performance to look my head over Lee told me he had 47 heads waiting to be done. IMO there are only about 6-10 real good drag racing shops in this country. Yes there are alot that claim they do HEAD WORK but just casue you can punch a number into your machine and watch it port a hole dont make you a head shop.:BangHead:

Sheesh. So what do you do.. have the work done in the off-season? Or do you have spare heads/engines laying around just in case?
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Sheesh. So what do you do.. have the work done in the off-season? Or do you have spare heads/engines laying around just in case?
exactly, in the off season, Nallin has a 1.5 week turn time, and they are one of the shops that know how to make power, they have plenty of world records to prove it. Their combos have proven to be bulletproof and make bookoo powa'.
In the Harley speed world, they are the guys.
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^^^^^^^^^^^ Much more than 200 HP. Most Turbo Busas run between 300-350HP IF tuned and motor is right. The guys from RPM in Arkansas has 2 Busas at the last event running Mid 7's as well as Bitter Sweet Motorsports usually has one running 7.60's. No bar!

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Sam Boles El Dorado AR 99 Hayabusa 0.079 7.672 177.95
yeah, I was kidding about my bike running 7's with 140 hp, maybe 8's ,max.
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exactly, in the off season, Nallin has a 1.5 week turn time, and they are one of the shops that know how to make power, they have plenty of world records to prove it. Their combos have proven to be bulletproof and make bookoo powa'.
In the Harley speed world, they are the guys.
(funny, useing the words Harley and speed in the same sentence)

Hmm.. Maybe the Buell racing team should hook up with them then.
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