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Old 08-26-2014, 06:11 PM   #61
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So still going 160% of the highest speed limit in Texas on public roads? If all you want is go pro the. Search YouTube find track videos and I'm sure you will find plenty of what you want. So you can come to the conclusion that 1000's accelerate faster.
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Track videos generally include race mods/tires, which make them useless for a street comparison. I know they are faster, but how much faster is the question... this was in the original post... >:|
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I thought as long as the mods were listed it didn't matter? Also you're still asking people to drive recklessly and go way over the speed limit then slam on the brakes.
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If you find what I asked for reckless, then no, I'd say you shouldn't do it, and track bikes tend to have a long laundry list of mods compared to street bikes, resulting in a waaaay different machine, though the biggest difference would probably be the tires.
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Try going to the track and count the number of street bikes. Also dot race tires have 98% of the grip of slicks and can be used on the streets.

Still not going to break the law so you can say a liter bike is faster than a 600.
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Left side is an 04 zx10r with exhaust pc3 and quickshifter 153whp on michelins pilot pure's.

Right side is 04 aprilia rsvr factory with 1060cc big bore pc3 quickshifter 139whp and Pirelli race slicks. You can see several of the braking and accelerations that you want of each.

Feel free to extrapolate the data, or you know keep googling yourself for street ready bikes.
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Wow. So this is why I was warned not to post in Motohouston. You people are either illiterate, retarded, or both. Literally every criticism was answered, and a simple but full explanation for the purpose behind this was given, but you're still going off on retarded tangents.

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0-100mph
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OK, so here is a bit of other off base info: At 9000 rpm the 1000 is making 77ft lbs, the R6, 40 ft lbs. Geared similarly, the 1000 would have DOUBLE the mid range grunt of the 600.

CBR 1000 RR 2012:

12sb hon

And the 600's:

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And that is why ***rider skill, and knowledge*** of how to put down max torque, constantly, AKA power, is also a factor when simply pulling the throttle to the stop and going in a straight line. It's not just whizzing it to redline and shifting when you see red.
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So back to raw stats, compiled by experts, of say CBR1000rr vs an R6:

2012 Honda CBR1000RR 10.0 sec @ 141.7 mph (228.0 km/h)[16]

From http://www.mcnews.com/mcn/technical/2013JanPerfIndx.pdf

CBR1000rr 2008 (~150 RWHP): 0 - 60: 2.95 0 - 100: 5.5
CBR1000rr 2006 (~142 RWHP): 0 - 60: 3.00 0 - 100: 5.54

R6 2006 (~96 RWHP): 0 - 60: 3.02 0 - 100: 6.68

CBR 600 RR 2006 (~99.6 HP) 0 - 60: 3.18 0 - 100 7.03
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So where is the "edge" of a 100? It's in the mid to upper range 2nd gear (1000) and upper 2nd and 3rd gears (600) in the 60 - 100 dash. At this point drag plays a big factor, and front wheels stay planted easier.

From 0 - 60, regardless of supersport, it is all about not popping a wheelie, but rather staying just on the cutting edge of one. From 60 - 100 you start to put down the power, and wheelie is less of an issue.

CBR1000rr, 2.55 second, R6 3.66 seconds, CBR600RR 3.85. Now, keep mind, if you reduce the speeds by 60 MPH, and think of this as a 0 - 40 relative race, the 600's take 3.7 or so seconds, the 1000, 2.6. That makes a 1000 approximately 1.1 / 2.6 = 42% faster than the average 600.

42% faster, while still struggling to control a wheelie, in 2nd gear. Is it starting to sink in?
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As a prior owner of a Speed Triple, a 1st gen Triumph Tiger (steamer), and a Triumph Daytona 1200...

Please sell your Speed Triple to an actual motorcyclist, you make Triumph sad.
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now from 100 on up, only have 1/4 mile trap speeds. According to the same trusted industry source, http://www.mcnews.com/mcn/technical/2013JanPerfIndx.pdf the 1/4 mile times are:

1000 9.94 @ 143

r6 10.59 @ 128

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No keep going... I love all this data that's already compiled and easily available.
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So simple math says the:

CBR goes 100 - 143 in 9.9-5.5 = 4.4 seconds

R6 100 - 128 in 10.6 - 6.7 = 2.9 seconds

CBR6 100 - 125 in 10.9 - 7 = 2.9 seconds

Using averages, the CBR gains 43 mph in 4.4 seconds, the R6 29 mph in 2.9 seconds, and the CBR6 25 in 2.9 seconds. All of these are 10 mph increase per second. This might make you think things are even-ing out. NOT THE CASE.
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Thanks, Mr.P, that is along the lines of what my googlefu was failing at finding last night.

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Please sell your Speed Triple to an actual motorcyclist, you make Triumph sad.
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