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Old 08-11-2009, 07:31 AM   #1
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Old 08-11-2009, 07:41 AM   #2
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Old 08-11-2009, 08:24 AM   #5
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cool pics. how come the tails are so big? does it serve a purpose?
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wow...look at all them Kawi 14s....oh wait...nevermind
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Those are some sic bikes. What do they usually trap at?
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i think i saw smoke from biker boys in those pix
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Alan, what are these guys running (60 ft, ET & traps)?
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LOL smoke stepped down to the kid remember LMAO
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Mike Slowe ran a 7.184 @ 200.11, in the semi,s and won in the finals with a slow 7.210 at I think 197mph, not sure what they are .60 at but prolly 1.1-1.3, these things have huge hp I helped build a stage 3 Velocity turbo busa 3 years ago that dyno 601rw hp, If Ur not making at least 500+ and are very good at putting that down may as well stay on the trailer, these are the most talented riders I know of, I,ve seen nitrous systems that are over 350 shots, If U,ve never seen one of these things accelerate, U havent seen fast, they leave that turbine bike in the dust
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Mike Slowe ran a 7.184 @ 200.11, in the semi,s and won in the finals with a slow 7.210 at I think 197mph, not sure what they are .60 at but prolly 1.1-1.3, these things have huge hp I helped build a stage 3 Velocity turbo busa 3 years ago that dyno 601rw hp, If Ur not making at least 500+ and are very good at putting that down may as well stay on the trailer, these are the most talented riders I know of, I,ve seen nitrous systems that are over 350 shots, If U,ve never seen one of these things accelerate, U havent seen fast, they leave that turbine bike in the dust


What he said.....^^^

If you are not running AT LEAST 7.30s-7.40s, you won't even make the field, let alone be competitive. just 4-5 yrs ago SBS bikes were struggling to go 7.80s...... Its a rich mans sport to competively drag race motor cycles.

Sebastion Domingo went a 7.15@204 on his NLR Prostreet bike that he built, he tuned and he rides at the Pingle Thunder Nats. He is the best there is.... To have him build you a Full works, turn key Prostreet bike, send him a busa and a check for about $60k...that will get you started...clutches/tires/C16 will also eat you alive.
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what is the tank/ square box in the rear in place of a nitrous bottle ? on some of those bikes?
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Most of the prostreet bikes run a dry sump oiling system.....that box is the reservoir. Basically, the engine doesn't hold any oil in it at all.....Its pumped in and circulated through the engine/filters etc and back to the reservoir. That way they hold more oil, get filtered better, the oil doesn't get as hot and most importantly, with no oil pan on the bike, they can get it lower to the ground with less risk of smashing a pan... Those oiling systems run about $2k....
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