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Old 04-29-2013, 01:46 PM   #21
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Option 1- Buy a ZX10
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what are my options for more hp and more torque?
if it was up to me, i would prefer more torque.

Reason- Ask yourself, how many time you have actually reached the top speed of your bike.
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Old 04-29-2013, 01:57 PM   #24
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not trolling, you asked....


Hey what about stretching it, put some NOS on it, Maybe stickers too, oh and a chrome double bubble
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if it was up to me, i would prefer more torque.

Reason- Ask yourself, how many time you have actually reached the top speed of your bike.
true ive only seen the bike hit 186 on my speedometer i thought it would go faster but i guess not
so whats the options for torque on the gearing
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Old 04-29-2013, 02:13 PM   #27
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Old 04-29-2013, 02:23 PM   #28
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true ive only seen the bike hit 186 on my speedometer i thought it would go faster but i guess not
so whats the options for torque on the gearing

I have no experience of kawi gearing set up. Sorry.
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I have no experience of kawi gearing set up. Sorry.
i have a 09 yamaha r1 not a kawi
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true ive only seen the bike hit 186 on my speedometer i thought it would go faster but i guess not
so whats the options for torque on the gearing
62 Tooth rear sprocket.

I've never really heard of anyone having an issue with an R1 not having enough .
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62 Tooth rear sprocket.

I've never really heard of anyone having an issue with an R1 not having enough .
the r1 has alot of trust me i just want more out if (that sounded wrong but o well)
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the r1 has alot of trust me i just want more out if (that sounded wrong but o well)
Sprockets going of your last statement

thats why I ride a big twin and thumper, i like
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Sprockets going of your last statement

thats why I ride a big twin and thumper, i like
So you can bust your
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So how are grips, levers, seats, and spool's going to get you more ?
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Twice in <10ft that bike is out of control...
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