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Old 05-11-2007, 12:46 AM   #21
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Like brutis i had my busa speedo facing about straight down but in reality probably was closer to the 180mph mark. I have a speedo healer on now and the governer overridden but have not had the chance.
There is a road out east of houston and baytown that's like straight as an arrow for 12 miles, no connecting roads or houses so no driveways and dirt fields so have never seen any wildlife.
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This board keeps going down hill fast.

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Old 05-11-2007, 06:11 AM   #26
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It takes a minimum of 250 bhp to break 200 mph! PERIOD!

If you don't add a turbo, use nitros, do serious engine work, and regear your ride, you'll never make it there
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Old 05-11-2007, 06:29 AM   #27
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Old 05-11-2007, 06:39 AM   #28
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It's individuals like this that give motorcyclists a bad name.

"My boy wants to go 200 before he dies"

Tell your boy make a reservation at the morgue while he is at it.

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good luck just hope the next thread you post i dont have to use RIP make sure he has full gear on
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It's individuals like this that give motorcyclists a bad name.

"My boy wants to go 200 before he dies"

Tell your boy make a reservation at the morgue while he is at it.

I agree with you. However we all know that it is impossible without huge amounts of cash, so this fuktard will never see it unless he is deadly serious
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Whether he sees it or not it's the trying on public roads that is stupid.
There are times and places for extremes. We all know this is true and still there are people that want to push the limit at the wrong time, in the wrong place. Why? Maybe it's because they want to be admired or gain respect.
In any case it's the people that push the envelope in the right way that are remembered. They are the record setters, the pioneers that push to NEW limits.
Retards like this are the ones who are remembered by their tearful mamas and no body else.
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Whether he sees it or not it's the trying on public roads that is stupid.
There are times and places for extremes. We all know this is true and still there are people that want to push the limit at the wrong time, in the wrong place. Why? Maybe it's because they want to be admired or gain respect.
In any case it's the people that push the envelope in the right way that are remembered. They are the record setters, the pioneers that push to NEW limits.
Retards like this are the ones who are remembered by their tearful mamas and no body else.
And the Darwin awards:laughing6
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I like your '07 R exclamation point:laughing6
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I've run my bike over 250mph on a gps, [I]well over 250.[I]

What I would say to someone that wants to go over 200mph is that you have to work at it and you definitely aren't going to do it on a stock bike and with a nitrous system you're still going to need several thousand dollars worth of engine work to get it done. Back in the day before I did the mods on my bike we played with a gps and found that in stock form a Busa will give you around 180mph in the real world depending on the bike, the rider and the riding conditions for the day.

It's not for everyone. We had people that would show up on our group rides with 12's, Busas and even some hopped up zx11's that turned around and went home after our first check stop. They'd be pale white saying "I can't believe you guys run WOT for that long of a distance!" I kinda think that they had to stop and clean their leathers before they got home.

I have fun stories and great times of rides with friends that went on and on and on, but what I will tell you is the that can go wrong comes to mind first. No one died and no one was hurt to the point of going to the hospital because we rode smart and kept an eye out for each other, at the end of the day everyone made it home. I've wanted to put together a group ride for some high end fun, but sometimes I think to myself that I don't want it on my conscious for something to happen to someone else. (there are too many wannabes that concern me, no disrespect to any of y'all good people on here)

Lastly, for the faint of heart that think that you shouldn't be riding over a certain speed on your bike, the streets are dangerous, period end of story. If you get into a cage you're taking your life into your own hands driving on the streets of Houston, doing it on a motorcycle multiplies that factor by 100. Not everyone should ride a bike and those that choose to are aware of the risks involved whether you do it on the streets or on the track, there are no assurances for anything.

IN NO WAY DO I ADVOCATE SPEEDING ON THE PUBLIC STREETS - YOU PUT YOURSELF AND OTHERS AT A GREAT RISK WHEN DOING SO AND YOU ARE BREAKING THE LAW

Ride safe
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I've run my bike over 250mph on a gps, [i]well over 250.[i]

What I would say to someone that wants to go over 200mph is that you have to work at it and you definitely aren't going to do it on a stock bike and with a nitrous system you're still going to need several thousand dollars worth of engine work to get it done. Back in the day before I did the mods on my bike we played with a gps and found that in stock form a Busa will give you around 180mph in the real world depending on the bike, the rider and the riding conditions for the day.

It's not for everyone. We had people that would show up on our group rides with 12's, Busas and even some hopped up zx11's that turned around and went home after our first check stop. They'd be pale white saying "I can't believe you guys run WOT for that long of a distance!" I kinda think that they had to stop and clean their leathers before they got home.

I have fun stories and great times of rides with friends that went on and on and on, but what I will tell you is the that can go wrong comes to mind first. No one died and no one was hurt to the point of going to the hospital because we rode smart and kept an eye out for each other, at the end of the day everyone made it home. I've wanted to put together a group ride for some high end fun, but sometimes I think to myself that I don't want it on my conscious for something to happen to someone else. (there are too many wannabes that concern me, no disrespect to any of y'all good people on here)

Lastly, for the faint of heart that think that you shouldn't be riding over a certain speed on your bike, the streets are dangerous, period end of story. If you get into a cage you're taking your life into your own hands driving on the streets of Houston, doing it on a motorcycle multiplies that factor by 100. Not everyone should ride a bike and those that choose to are aware of the risks involved whether you do it on the streets or on the track, there are no assurances for anything.

IN NO WAY DO I ADVOCATE SPEEDING ON THE PUBLIC STREETS - YOU PUT YOURSELF AND OTHERS AT A GREAT RISK WHEN DOING SO AND YOU ARE BREAKING THE LAW

Ride safe
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Hey I won that bike fair and square. So when can I come pick it up?:laughing6
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Old 05-11-2007, 08:47 AM   #39
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Oh that's right you did huh? Remind me to remind you to come by and pick it up. (you'll have to excuse me, I have a really bad memory about these kinda things)

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well let me know when and where this is going to happen... so I can stay the out of that area....
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