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This is a discussion about Great day at the track within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; Man.....i rode one last year....just 66inches....sidewinder....stock shock,pump gas...stock seat ..everything bone stock......made 1 pass..because owner asked me.......1.38 short...8.88 at 151mph......so yes i beleive it is stock......oh i weight 185suited.....if you have a stock GEN2 with

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    Man.....i rode one last year....just 66inches....sidewinder....stock shock,pump gas...stock seat ..everything bone stock......made 1 pass..because owner asked me.......1.38 short...8.88 at 151mph......so yes i beleive it is stock......oh i weight 185suited.....if you have a stock GEN2 with a pipe and extensions...and not running 8's.....it is very common......just bought one GEN2 this year....never raced it......but will work on it this winter...will see.
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    if you go up to 48 it will get it right all the way through IMO. I got a 47t on mine right now. i know i need work on getting out the whole a lot better and working the clutch. But im practicing and getting better on mine. still tho Nice times.. keep it up!!

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    that 1.38 will get it done. good job! 8.88 is a number to shoot for. thats how to get it done on a stock bike. on the 9.18 he went a .147 60' I should of let him make another pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busa jay View Post
    that 1.38 will get it done. good job! 8.88 is a number to shoot for. thats how to get it done on a stock bike. on the 9.18 he went a .147 60' I should of let him make another pass.
    I went 9.18 on my stock motor 08 Busa, 66" wheelbase 1.47 60' at 210lbs suited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busa jay View Post
    that 1.38 will get it done. good job! 8.88 is a number to shoot for. thats how to get it done on a stock bike. on the 9.18 he went a .147 60' I should of let him make another pass.
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    We were down at island last Sunday.

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    My bike went 8.81 sitting at 64.5" with a clutch cushion and mod. I had a buddy ride it because my fat ass and lazy clutch hand can only get a 9.36 out of it for now. He weighs about 16( suited. He had a 1.45 60' and thinks it can do better than the 81. The only main difference was I was running u4.4 for fuel
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    My bike went 8.81 sitting at 64.5" with a clutch cushion and mod. I had a buddy ride it because my fat ass and lazy clutch hand can only get a 9.36 out of it for now. He weighs about 16( suited. He had a 1.45 60' and thinks it can do better than the 81. The only main difference was I was running u4.4 for fuel
    Wow, 8.81 with just a 1.45 60'. What did the rest of the run look like? Must have been flying on the back half.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridehard View Post
    Wow, 8.81 with just a 1.45 60'. What did the rest of the run look like? Must have been flying on the back half.
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    The DA that night was around 750.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
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    The DA that night was around 750.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busa jay View Post
    It's a gen 2. Stretched, slammed, alien head, switching to side winder, Brock's clutch mod and cushion, I took the tre out, pcv with Brock's maps, 1 down in the front and 46 in the rear, going up to 47, non Oring chain, and the Michelin drag tire. Stock shock and it hooks like crazy. Capo laid down the 9.18 and the tire hooked like glue. It's got more in it, his 60' could of been a little better. But he such a good jockey.
    He would have went in the 8's with MR12 and a couple passes to get comfortable on the bike.

    I would like to try some MR12 while the air is cool and see what it will do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    My bike went 8.81 sitting at 64.5" with a clutch cushion and mod. I had a buddy ride it because my fat ass and lazy clutch hand can only get a 9.36 out of it for now. He weighs about 16( suited. He had a 1.45 60' and thinks it can do better than the 81. The only main difference was I was running u4.4 for fuel
    Oh and it Will go faster! I wish you aould make it out before the end of the season. But there's always next season! Thanks again man!
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