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Old 04-28-2008, 05:38 PM   #21
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Not saying that in any sense... a 600 w a good rider will smoke a busa or a 1000 prone to wheelie-ing.

Its a matter of wisely investing the money. I'll give you all props if you want to put nitrous on a 600; but honestly in my opinion anyone you meet and explain you have nitrous on your bike will likely ask why you didn't just buy a bike w a larger engine. Its a matter of preference.
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Old 04-28-2008, 05:39 PM   #22
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As for 600s.... best bikes out there in my opinion. Lightweight and plenty of power for the size. Makes the best cornering bikes/power.
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ok, so how about a sigle nozzle kit? I can make do that under 100$ is that cool?

I am just scared of the all out kit. However, it is much safer to run a wet kit.
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Old 04-28-2008, 09:04 PM   #24
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Im afraid a dry kit would lean out the bike... Do they make dry kits for motorcycles? It doesn't use oxygen sensors unless ur running an 07-on...

Id be worried of a peak in dense air starving the engine since FI output is a direct relation to load/rpm.
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ok, so how about a sigle nozzle kit? I can make do that under 100$ is that cool?

I am just scared of the all out kit. However, it is much safer to run a wet kit.
There is a reason why 99% of us DO NOT have nitrous...

Its just not worth it unless you drag race alot...

and if thats the case, youd have a stretched busa.



My opinion, go do like Tony had mentioned and re gear your bike... its ALOT cheaper and alot more reliable, and wont hurt your bike.
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I have spray on my bike. And trust me its more of a hassel then its worth. dry shots do work but caligonetx is right it does lean out and you do have to work that. which is a pain in the a**. and even with mine streched with a dragstrap on the front it still wheelies. But I would make nitrous a last resort.
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i ran my buddies busa on my old bike, basically like yours 03 600 with exhaust,pc3 and -1 sprocket. 35 and 50 roll and he left like i was sitting still, i know nitrous will have more power but i dont trust it and still dont think you stand a chance on a 600
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Tony ton know a thing or 2 about bikes...

If your looking for straight line speed buy a busa. Tons of power and super comfy (and i'll admit it they are kind of sexy)
+1, Get a busa
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Uhm guys, dosen't re gearing sacrifice top end because the gears are going to feel like they are too short?
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Do you really want or have the ability to control 180 mph? I'm not disrespecting, I don't know you - but geez - that's pretty fast, on a non-race-ready bike... If your that great and fast of a rider - seems like a more aggressive racing bike would be a better bet... I'm just sayin'....

So - top-speed AND acceleration - I would think you would want more stable hp and torque curve instead of a little blast now and then...

I'm no expert - just idle, tequila-inspired thoughts.....
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Do you really want or have the ability to control 180 mph? I'm not disrespecting, I don't know you - but geez - that's pretty fast, on a non-race-ready bike... If your that great and fast of a rider - seems like a more aggressive racing bike would be a better bet... I'm just sayin'....

So - top-speed AND acceleration - I would think you would want more stable hp and torque curve instead of a little blast now and then...

I'm no expert - just idle, tequila-inspired thoughts.....
I agree that is way too fast, I was mention more like 180 hp in terms of power, not to the wheels. lol @ 180 mph..I don't wanna die
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Old 04-29-2008, 06:42 PM   #34
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like we said, just re gear, prolly like a -1 +2 , and youd LOVE it
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like we said, just re gear, prolly like a -1 +2 , and youd LOVE it
cool, no point in trying to go over 120 mph
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youd still go over 120...rofl

its not like it drops the top end THAT much....with a -1 +2 you prolly top out at 130ish , and you bike currently prolly tops out at 150ish(not indicated)
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like we said, just re gear, prolly like a -1 +2 , and youd LOVE it
+1 It makes more of a difference then you'd think.
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youd still go over 120...rofl

its not like it drops the top end THAT much....with a -1 +2 you prolly top out at 130ish , and you bike currently prolly tops out at 150ish(not indicated)
ok ok, that is not what I meant...I just meant that it will feel more forced...
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i droped a tooth in the front on my bike .. top speed before (with gps was 176)

after -1 in the front top speed with speedohealer was 170 flat.. so it will still get up and move! lol
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so there it no way to keep up with a Busa? Is that what you guys are saying? is 600 cc just that bad?
typical Gsxr question
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