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Old 04-12-2012, 08:39 AM   #81
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are you done trolling yet? does your ego feel inflated that you have posted statistics about bikes multiple times lmao

I understand you are still butthurt that I have beat multiple bikes with my turbo integra and that I have beat everyone who has gotten in the next lane that was talking smack from that other forum, but it is what it is. 500 HP does wonders when it hooks in a FWD honda, and it's nothing new that turbo FWD does well on the highway. You can post statistics all day long from the internets to feel better about yourself, but it doesn't change the outcome of what happened or what will happen. I made this thread to ask for help selecting a bike, not listen to you troll on over and over again about statistics of what woulda coulda shoulda happen according to the internets.

Again, this is what I'm looking for:

-fast out of the box
-stock engine/fuel system/clutch is resilient, more resilient than other bikes
-ecu has a good cheap tuning solution
-easy to find parts for
-anything else i should be looking at?
How is he trolling? He's giving you statistics to base your decision off of.


People have listed at least a couple of viable options already.

Here's a recap for you:
1st Gen Hayabusa
ZX14R
Any 1000cc (specifically meeting your needs 07-08 GSXR 1k)
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Old 04-12-2012, 08:55 AM   #82
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How is he trolling? He's giving you statistics to base your decision off of.
repeatedly posting quarter mile statistics of 600's is not relevant to my thread. trolls will be trolls, though.

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Any 1000cc (specifically meeting your needs 07-08 GSXR 1k)
do they all have similar shifting systems?

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Old 04-12-2012, 08:59 AM   #83
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Just saw this on cragslist.... its not exactly stock but it sounds fast out of the box.

http://houston.craigslist.org/mcy/2938888105.html
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Old 04-12-2012, 09:01 AM   #84
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do they all have similar shifting systems?
yes, they are called a clutch and gear shifter.
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Old 04-12-2012, 09:35 AM   #85
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do they all have similar shifting systems?
Except the 'Busa, it has the new Suzukimatic automatic transmission. 7 gears plus overdrive, which is why its the fastest bike out threre.
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Old 04-12-2012, 10:29 AM   #86
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Except the 'Busa, it has the new Suzukimatic automatic transmission. 7 gears plus overdrive, which is why its the fastest bike out threre.
holy , where have you been?
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Work owned my life since last May, and I bought a house. In between jobs at the moment, so I'm back...for now.

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Old 04-12-2012, 11:31 AM   #88
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repeatedly posting quarter mile statistics of 600's is not relevant to my thread. trolls will be trolls, though.
Really? I saw that once, maybe twice, and then he posts this which I thought was pretty useful info for you. (Which I still thought was good enough comparing litre vs 600cc bikes)

I do hope you find a bike though if you're really looking for one. There are some guys with fast bikes on here. However, it sounds like you're the only one that trolls here, because all you talk about is your Acura Integra in a bike forum. I'm still not quite sure if you signed up just to talk to that one guy, and thought you'd rag on bikes while you are here or if you're truly interested in motorcycles. I'm just being honest.

Good luck with your search, I'll stay out from here on out. Sounds like people are trying to help though...

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There are several guys on here who have built and race very fast bikes.

You say you want to know what the good foundation bikes are that respond well to easy mods - any of the modern big 4 bikes have strong motors with good aftermarket. Suzuki and Kawasaki seem to have the most support for drag racing and have been the most popular bikes. The bigger displacement bikes are - if anything - easier to drag race than the smaller ones. I find our gsx-r1000 to be much harder to get a good 1/4 mile et out of than my busa - but the 1000 is every bit as fast - it's lightweight, nimble chassis with the same power level just makes it stronger and scarier.

If I was going to get a bike to build with forced induction, a long wheelbase and/or spray I would get a 1st or 2nd gen busa. They are just a great drag platform with a big motor that has real potential for big power. If I wasn't planning on such an extreme build I'd go with a gsx-r1000 or zx-10r, stretch it a little and spray it. Either option will get you into the 8s. To get a real 300 hp bike that will last, you will have to change out the fuel pump, injectors, "engine parts" and clutch. No real way around that - there really isn't a "slap a turbo on it" and get 300 hp bike out there. A dynojet programmer is your tuning solution.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:29 PM   #89
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, I was trying to help, I just don't like ignorance.

Once again, you come across looking half-retarded and full of , to boot. Good luck surviving your initiation to the biking world on a 200+ HP superbike. I really mean it.
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i know that from what you have said, that you want to go very fast, very quickly..
you do not want to waste of lot of time and money learning and growing...
but sometimes that money and time are really the quickest way to get where you say you want to go. Then again, maybe you are more naturally skilled/gifted than the rest of us and you can get there with out paying the run of the mill guys dues.
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My integra is faster than yours

(around turns)

I've tracked my Integra and s2k many many times, but that doesn't mean that I would go out and try to track my 600rr right away... I took about 8 months to learn before taking it to the track. Did I pick it up quicker than others? Yes, I've been told I did, and I feel like I did. Does that mean I should have gone to the track right away? no!

In the end, we can't keep trying to protect people from their own stupidity. I'm going to stand by and let what little natural selection remains on this earth take it's course on this guy.
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:35 PM   #92
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just get the BMW S1000RR call it a day
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ninja 250, I heard is a great bike to putting nos on and streching out I mean, ninja says it all
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