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This is a discussion about All stock gen 2. 1/4 mile times? within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; The gen 2 Busa stock motors fly with some bolt on and tuning.. Im 230 lbs ran 9.30's stock wb .. And 9.0's at 63" wb.. Brock megaphone, Brocks map for mr9 , dropped 3

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    The gen 2 Busa stock motors fly with some bolt on and tuning.. Im 230 lbs ran 9.30's stock wb .. And 9.0's at 63" wb.. Brock megaphone, Brocks map for mr9 , dropped 3 inch from stock.. Fully dressed no clutch mod just 3 heavy springs and 3 stock with spacers.. And it had a lot of chrome so that if anything made it heavy.. But I got a pretty good clutch hand and if you can lock the gas instant and keep it down you will be surprised.. I'm in the market for a gen 2 myself now after playing with my boys bike for a few months..
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    I'm trying to lose some weight and lighten the bike up over the winter. 300 suited ain't getting without HP.

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    Earlier post of 9.8 was "all stock" this is after stretching the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridehard View Post
    Damn he must weight about 130lbs
    Lol I'm between 160-165 suited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Themagma10 View Post
    Lol I'm between 160-165 suited.
    Makes sense. 145- 150 in shorts. My buddy is 165 in shorts and his mph isn't as high. But the extra weight is what makes the difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridehard View Post
    Makes sense. 145- 150 in shorts. My buddy is 165 in shorts and his mph isn't as high. But the extra weight is what makes the difference.
    Yeah. I'm right at 148 or so in shorts. Wish it was more like 128 in shorts. haha Its amazing how much 20lbs in rider weight makes a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Themagma10 View Post
    Yeah. I'm right at 148 or so in shorts. Wish it was more like 128 in shorts. haha Its amazing how much 20lbs in rider weight makes a difference.
    I'm jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridehard View Post
    I'm jealous!
    Lol I have much respect for big guys goin fast. Its so much harder!
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    Them are some good numbers Ridehard its been awhile since I posted. I have the busa sitting at 65" with a sidewinder -1+2 gearing lowered no tuning stock motor still and the hand clutch went 8.96@153 with a corrected da around 4000 feet that's a killer 60 foot what setup you runing to get them numbers? my best was 1.393 but I average around a 1.403-1.408 just cant get it back in the 1.30s
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    Quote Originally Posted by b20terminator View Post
    Them are some good numbers Ridehard its been awhile since I posted. I have the busa sitting at 65" with a sidewinder -1+2 gearing lowered no tuning stock motor still and the hand clutch went 8.96@153 with a corrected da around 4000 feet that's a killer 60 foot what setup you runing to get them numbers? my best was 1.393 but I average around a 1.403-1.408 just cant get it back in the 1.30s
    If I remember correctly I think I was running 16/48 gearing with my Hays clutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridehard View Post
    If I remember correctly I think I was running 16/48 gearing with my Hays clutch.
    Do you think I would benefit by going up 2 more teeth in the rear to a 47t sprocket? I am just getting into 5th about 150 feet before the line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b20terminator View Post
    Do you think I would benefit by going up 2 more teeth in the rear to a 47t sprocket? I am just getting into 5th about 150 feet before the line.
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    Interesting how high some of the mph is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick720 View Post
    Interesting how high some of the mph is.
    There an amazing bike even though they been around forever I don't doubt mine would go 156-157 at a real sea level track my buddys typically gain 2-3 tenths and up to 5mph compared to are track.
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    mine went 8.62@157 with a 140lb rider. sitting at 67" he was pulling 1.32 60' all day. hand clutch with brock mod and cushion. sidewinder, mr12 with brock map.

    im all of 200lb and went 8.95 with a 1.39 60' on the same bike.

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