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Old 02-11-2014, 06:21 PM   #21
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HAHAHA... You ain't gonna walk this one... Atleast not until 179 mph...

Today is my last day off. I may have a day off during the week next week but I'll probably be putting the drivetrain back in the vette...


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HAHA I know, I've ran a few S bikes already and know what they can do. They can roll for sure.
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Yes 17/45 is stock for S1000RR, ZX10 is 17/39, they have a lot more top speed capability after flashing. .
Yeah, flashing is next on my list. I went ahead and got a -1 sprocket. With the extra rpms from the flash i shouldn't lose too much top end but still be able to pull on the BMW's.

I hope to have everything before TX2K
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Why don't you keep the stock gearing, Flash it, put the longer swing arm, then spray it? or did i miss something??


i may be out on my pos again for tx2k. but that would require me to get off my and dump money into it.
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Yeah, flashing is next on my list. I went ahead and got a -1 sprocket. With the extra rpms from the flash i shouldn't lose too much top end but still be able to pull on the BMW's.

I hope to have everything before TX2K
I took a ride trip out to Mexico a few weeks ago and I trapped 185mph on GPS with the 16/39 setup redlining in 6th with the 500rpm increase from the Woolich flash. I hope to make it to the TX2K event this year
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I took a ride trip out to Mexico a few weeks ago and I trapped 185mph on GPS with the 16/39 setup redlining in 6th with the 500rpm increase from the Woolich flash. I hope to make it to the TX2K event this year
That is the best setup. Gearing for 180-185 is more then enough for the street. I'd rather gear it for 175 have have it get here quick.

Most of the time you don't have room to run up to 185-190 anyway. I may go up one more tooth on the rear and gear it for 170 mph, have a nasty hit in 2nd with 16/46 and the swing arm.. I'm not worried about top speed.. I'm more concerned with putting bike lengths on people in normal freeway/highway situations.

I'm not interested in flashing mine to spin it higher.. I think 14,200 is plenty...not sure I'd trust spinning it to 14,700..
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I took a ride trip out to Mexico a few weeks ago and I trapped 185mph on GPS with the 16/39 setup redlining in 6th with the 500rpm increase from the Woolich flash. I hope to make it to the TX2K event this year
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IF I bought woolich stuff for my zx6r would you be able to help me with it?
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I took a ride trip out to Mexico a few weeks ago and I trapped 185mph on GPS with the 16/39 setup redlining in 6th with the 500rpm increase from the Woolich flash. I hope to make it to the TX2K event this year
That would be perfect for my kind of riding. Did you ever do a top speed run with stock gearing and the flash?

I liked the 16/39 on my old bike. I was still able to get a little bit of 1st gear from a 60 roll. Just had to make sure I was leaning over the front, lol
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That would be perfect for my kind of riding. Did you ever do a top speed run with stock gearing and the flash?

I liked the 16/39 on my old bike. I was still able to get a little bit of 1st gear from a 60 roll. Just had to make sure I was leaning over the front, lol
I think the ZX10R will run around 193-195 with 17/39 (stock) gearing and a 500 rpm extention.

And don't go by all of the online calculators... I have plugged numbers in from all of my bikes and some of my buddy's bikes, and non of the calculators are correct.. Gear Commander shows that with my current gearing on the S1000RR, I should run 183 mph with current 16/45 gears at 14,200....--Not even close..
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That would be perfect for my kind of riding. Did you ever do a top speed run with stock gearing and the flash?

I liked the 16/39 on my old bike. I was still able to get a little bit of 1st gear from a 60 roll. Just had to make sure I was leaning over the front, lol
Yeah, I took another trip to Mexico about 2 weeks ago and trapped 193 MPH via GPS with the stock gearing. It was kissing the rev limiter, but not quite hitting it. I've been curious if I could gain a few more MPH with a smaller rear sprocket but I'm ready to go back to -1....it's the perfect gearing for street on this bike IMO. -1/+2 is too revvy on the highway when you're cruising 90+. It's great at a circuit track though.
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Are you mechanically inclined? If you can take your tank and airbox off and put them back on properly, you can handle installing the harness. As far as reflashing it yourself, do you have a Windows PC? If so, it's fairly easy and there's youtube videos on the Woolich site clearly explaining how to use the software.
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I think the ZX10R will run around 193-195 with 17/39 (stock) gearing and a 500 rpm extention.

And don't go by all of the online calculators... I have plugged numbers in from all of my bikes and some of my buddy's bikes, and non of the calculators are correct.. Gear Commander shows that with my current gearing on the S1000RR, I should run 183 mph with current 16/45 gears at 14,200....--Not even close..
Yeah but you're not taking into account tire slip at those speeds which is typically 5-10% plus tire deflection. They are accurate in a sense but they don't include all of the factors.

I've had my stock geared s1k to 186 indicated and it definitely kept pulling, but obviously the speedo isn't accurate.
Going to do a gps run in Mexico this weekend since I got it reflashed by brentuning and would like to see what it does.

Also the '10 and '11 bikes had a 14,000 rpm rev limit and a 17/44 sprocket setup as reference.
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Yeah but you're not taking into account tire slip at those speeds which is typically 5-10% plus tire deflection. They are accurate in a sense but they don't include all of the factors.

I've had my stock geared s1k to 186 indicated and it definitely kept pulling, but obviously the speedo isn't accurate.
Going to do a gps run in Mexico this weekend since I got it reflashed by brentuning and would like to see what it does.

Also the '10 and '11 bikes had a 14,000 rpm rev limit and a 17/44 sprocket setup as reference.
Did you extend the rev limit with the Bren Tuner?

Post up here your GPS results. Make sure you hit the limiter and hold it for a few seconds so the GPS will catch up.

I'm curious to see what yours runs with stock gearing on GPS.
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So is Jimmy, but you knew that.... haha
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LOL... Jimmy needs to work on his tuck me thinks. I can't believe his is not pulling to redline with 17/45 gears.
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Did you extend the rev limit with the Bren Tuner?

Post up here your GPS results. Make sure you hit the limiter and hold it for a few seconds so the GPS will catch up.

I'm curious to see what yours runs with stock gearing on GPS.
Yeah for sure I will so that. I belive rev limit is increased but I'll ask bren to be sure what it's raised too.

I may use the 105 oct map too to give me the extra push up top.
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Yeah for sure I will so that. I belive rev limit is increased but I'll ask bren to be sure what it's raised too.

I may use the 105 oct map too to give me the extra push up top.
105 octane map ?With 105 octane fuel?I bet you it slows down.I spent quite a bit of dyno time playing with fuels.Unless you are willing to run some oxygenated fuels higher octane numbers are unneeded and will probably cost you a few horsepower.
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