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This is a discussion about 2010 bmw s1000rr within the 1000's section, where you will 1 Liter Bike Talk for.... Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda, Yamaha; Originally Posted by oldgixxer Those old,outdated suzuki pieces of junk seem to be doing just fine. Newer/more expensive doesnt instantly make it "better" for what we do: dragrace S1k makes 180rwhp. No old ass Suzuki

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgixxer View Post
    Those old,outdated suzuki pieces of junk seem to be doing just fine. Newer/more expensive doesnt instantly make it "better" for what we do: dragrace

    S1k makes 180rwhp. No old ass Suzuki is capable of that I guess....
    I haven't seen any 1k suzuki make anything close to that out of the box lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    I haven't seen any 1k suzuki make anything close to that out of the box lol.
    Youre on psychobike..how many people here keep their bikes stock? My Gen2 made 181 stock soes that count? :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgixxer View Post
    Youre on psychobike..how many people here keep their bikes stock? My Gen2 made 181 stock soes that count? :)
    Is your Gen 2 1000cc?????? You're on psychobike....... reading the comment is still a good idea before a reply lol

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    Twas a joke.....
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    The BMW bikes suck period hands down no way around it.
    I would much rather take a r1 or a Harley and try to drag it than ever consider getting a 18 thousand dollar pos, if I'm gonna spend ne where close to that kinda cash on a brand new bike I'd get the busa or zx14 that bone stock will do circles around that BMW.

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    Did that dude really move to Cali or you just kidding? He kind of stopped posting about his turbo project&disappeared
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinesupra View Post
    The BMW bikes suck period hands down no way around it.
    I would much rather take a r1 or a Harley and try to drag it than ever consider getting a 18 thousand dollar pos, if I'm gonna spend ne where close to that kinda cash on a brand new bike I'd get the busa or zx14 that bone stock will do circles around that BMW.

    And correction on my previous post the guys name was/ is RUSSIANMK4 on here.
    Harleys cost like $40k hahahaha, but they're not as outdated as suzukis lol

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    it's all about best bang for the buck. i'll take $14,000 worth of an older, nicely modded GSXR over $14,000 of bone stock anything any day of the week
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    Harleys cost like $40k hahahaha, but they're not as outdated as suzukis lol
    Not all of them most of them are under 17k these days. It's all about what you put In them. Only the v rod and a couple other models are up there. Harley's are badass and affordable these days
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    Quote Originally Posted by d3coy View Post
    it's all about best bang for the buck. i'll take $14,000 worth of an older, nicely modded GSXR over $14,000 of bone stock anything any day of the week
    it's all about preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgixxer View Post
    Did that dude really move to Cali or you just kidding? He kind of stopped posting about his turbo project&disappeared
    No I'm not joking he is no longer in Texas.
    Yeah I wouldn't out to much info out on that build either ran like shit and for such a huge ass turbo it only made 250 HP which isn't any better than any other 1000 rly, but get this and i kid u not his very first Dyno pull made 100hp yes sir not even a joke.... He some how maxed out his stock fuel system at 250hp @ 8psi LOL.
    The last I heard he is not turboless again bc he was "hard up for money" but I personally think he finally got his azz handed to him on that kit and hasn't said anything.
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