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Old 09-27-2007, 08:58 PM   #41
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Whats up guys? Yea I got the 99 unrestricted one, have ran it in several configurations over the last 8 years, it is streetable, I also have a 03 40th anniversary burnt orange one
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Old 09-27-2007, 09:01 PM   #42
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that is bragging rights.... unrestricted....
I use to read on several different websites and made me feel like I was robbed... it's like I got the 'family' version
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Old 09-27-2007, 09:07 PM   #43
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that is bragging rights.... unrestricted....
I use to read on several different websites and made me feel like I was robbed... it's like I got the 'family' version
Nah they are all very fast, I have seen an indicated 215 on the 99, and ONLY had the 03 to 185 or so, BUT I,ve only had it a couple weeks, give me some more time, I prolly have 2000 1/4 mile passes on the 99, I,ve run the teas shootout for years, and have seen some really nasty ones, we built 1 that rear wheel dynod 601hp ran 7.90 at 200mph, insanely fast, Imagine Ur bike 4 times the power, yeehaa
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I may have a busa, but my boys just shot up inside when I read that..... not so sure I NEED power like that just yet... give me a few more weeks
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Nah they are all very fast, I have seen an indicated 215 on the 99, and ONLY had the 03 to 185 or so, BUT I,ve only had it a couple weeks, give me some more time, I prolly have 2000 1/4 mile passes on the 99, I,ve run the teas shootout for years, and have seen some really nasty ones, we built 1 that rear wheel dynod 601hp ran 7.90 at 200mph, insanely fast, Imagine Ur bike 4 times the power, yeehaa
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Old 09-27-2007, 09:22 PM   #46
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I may have a busa, but my boys just shot up inside when I read that..... not so sure I NEED power like that just yet... give me a few more weeks
I dont think anyone NEEDS that kinda power, it is insane I get a semi on the turbo busas also, OMG
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give her a ride.... i'll go with you all ^^^

if she's going to be an ordiment, so her subname, she needs to be on a comfortable rear seat...
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lol... could thing is that she's clingy so you won't lose her on acceleration....






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LOL to you D, I do it out of love for the back seat biker pimps everywhere

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Well, at least you love us biker ordinments...though I don't know if I can even call myself that...cause I can't get a ride!
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Whats up guys? Yea I got the 99 unrestricted one, have ran it in several configurations over the last 8 years, it is streetable, I also have a 03 40th anniversary burnt orange one
99 unrestricted is kind of a myth(computer resriction is easily bypassed) the later models are far superior(clutch, timing chain adjuster, and many other things)

First thing I would do to the bus is:
gears -1 and +whatever
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dyno tune and let it rip

depending on the miles of your bike you might clean or replace the in-tank fuel screen, every one I have had was dirty as and restriced fuel flow.
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Old 09-27-2007, 10:47 PM   #57
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Oh yeah, mine has a TRD device that kills the top speed limit and I guess the timing a bit (Timing Device??). Myth or not, Train460 stuck it on to improve the power when he had the bike.
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whats up peeps. not to many turbo busas on here but me and i think two others anyways here is the list
mods so far----
pmr polished triple clamp, st machine sr-24 levers, dogbones for the rear(although i took them off till a undertail comes), suspension setup and some other things by Motorcycles Unlimited, velocity stage 1 turbo, dynojet lcd, pcIIIusb, ignition module, hub, clear alternatives tail light, trac dynamics swingarm +6in and 6 in extra adjusment with underloop and air ready, extended brake rod in rear, 17/43 gearing, custom gauges by www.bluegauges.com.
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tiger tail and I dont know what else
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^^^^^ what do you think about the swing arm extension? accel and mainly cornering with a stretched wheelbase?
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