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Old 05-19-2007, 05:02 PM   #41
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Old 05-19-2007, 05:22 PM   #42
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Thats two low nines there stock length. Consisten 9.20's in the class
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Old 05-19-2007, 06:39 PM   #43
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I didn't read everything, so sorry if it's already been suggested.

-1 on the c/s sprocket
lower the rear and strap the front
lower your rear tire pressure
have your suspension tuned to get off the line better
BMC or K&N air filter
slip on is o.k. but full exhaust is better
PCIII properly mapped
A toolbox full of clutch plates and fibers.

Back home, Heather is doing 8.98's on an '07 GSXR1000 with all of those mods except the PCIII because it's not available.
She used to run consistent 9. teens with her '04 GSXR1000 set up the same way and with a 4" extension.
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Old 05-19-2007, 07:46 PM   #44
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1000 SS
Showroom Stock length.
Engine mods are allowed. NO NITROUS OR TURBOS!
BDE clutch mod accepted. no sliders or lockups, Foot shifting, no auto shifters or air shifters, wheelie limiters, delay boxes, Dot street tire, no slicks

9.191@155.02 9.089@155.29


Thats two low nines there stock length. Consisten 9.20's in the class
stock lenght, not stock motor? Alhough mph is good, they must have some low 60' times
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hey Patrick is me jesse i want in ti fix my radiator resorvoir about a week ago...this sounds like a job for you....how much would you charge me to install a slip on and PC USB 3 from dyno jet?
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