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Ported head, stock pistons and stock rods,47's 16-43 gear, reflashed ecu(TuningFork) Adams spray bar and Adams swing arm 68" wb. Catalyst ProStreet body work.

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2011 ZX14...lowered, stretched to 66", front strap, flies out, Brocks AH, PCV with Brocks track map, 16/43 gearing, MPS air shifter, 40 shot dry nitrous with MPS Spyder spraybar and NOS mini.

1/8 mile on motor: 5.90 @ 123 with a 1.48 60ft.

I'll find and post the time slip later when I get home. Have yet to make a nitrous pass. Gonna try to get some low 70's though. The bike is now 68" to so that should help.

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@quik6, I see why u started this thread!!! That'sa really nice looking time slip! 143@1/8th!

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Ported head, stock pistons and stock rods,47's 16-43 gear, reflashed ecu(TuningFork) Adams spray bar and Adams swing arm 68" wb. Catalyst ProStreet body work.
That is flying !!! :thumbs:


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Oh yeah it's first gen engine

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heres a hp ticket and a nos ticket to a 14 i used to ride. since its a whole new combo now i can post these. these are over a year old now.


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First time at track this year and first time on the 14.

rt.--- yup it was huge

60ft.@ 1.784

1/8- 6.666 @118.04

1/4-9.965 @149.58


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2006 Stock motor with the normal bolt on stuff. 16-44 Shinko pump gas and a old fat azz rider. Nothing to brag about but not bad for my first time to the track in years.

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Best 60 1.52
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Stock motor with 27,000 miles on it. 06 zx14, 65", lowered, muzzy pipe, pcIII, air shifter, Adams cut seat, OSR cut pan 87 pump gas, 215 pounds suited.


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Stock motor with 27,000 miles on it. 06 zx14, 65", lowered, muzzy pipe, pcIII, air shifter, Adams cut seat, OSR cut pan 87 pump gas, 215 pounds suited.

8 second bike! Nice run..

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These are my best runs so far. Had a great conversation with lee today. He is a great person to chat with an explained a lot to me. Thanks lee.
We had time trials tonight an these are my best times so far gotta stop short shifting.


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This is from last Saturday Test-n-tune
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08 Busa, 1441cc, Carpenter head, 64", stock clutch and gearing, 260lbs suited.

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I'll have ZX14R time slips coming soon. :clap:

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08 Busa, 1441cc, Carpenter head, 64", stock clutch and gearing, 260lbs suited.

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I'll have ZX14R time slips coming soon. :clap:

Cool picture ... Nice numbers :thumbs:


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Thanks Lee. I hope to get the 14 doin good too.

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60ft---1.53

330---4.133

1/8--6.20

mph---120

1000--7.988

1/4--9.487

150.77

strapped, lowered, street map, brocks clutch kit and carbon pipe, +7'', 17,41


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Keep em coming.

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just now getting the clutch dialed in. not too bad for an all motor pass on a street tire. when cool weather returns it should run a little better. 72in wb,16-43 gearing,streetire, mrx-02 fuel. all motor.


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60ft-- 1.497

330-- 4.046

1/8-- 6.187

mph-- 114.08

1000-- 8.074

1/4--9.690

mph-- 139

GEN II VMAX almost stock :bow:


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Stock except for being lowered, header,40t, tune, and electric shifter.........260 pounds!!

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Best 1/8th mile so far.
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My best was weekend 9.53s but that did`t get on tape. Summer is over here, so happy to end new record :)
Old airfield and very bumpy, traction was quite good still.
I weight suited about 250lbs. Bike was lowered about 2" back and only straps front.
Hindle AH2 and tuned by WRT soft, MR12. Foot sifting, no shifter. 17/41 gearing.

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Thanks for posting. :bigthumb:

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These are my best time slips ever! Using Rickey Gadson's Drag Racing School 2013 ZX14R. I have street racing experience only. This was the second time I had ever ridden a bike on the track. The first time being two weeks prior to school at a T&T at Atco NJ! I was riding my own 2012 ZX14R and my best time was 12.02 @ 123mph! The school was well worth the money!!!


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Has there been a stock motored 14r in the 7s as of yet?

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at 720 to 750 pounds you would need around 280 to 290hp to do.
I'm not sure a stock motor could deliver that.
It would need some sort of nitrous or mechanical boost assist.

There are some awesome stock times in here.
well done lads.
Time to go on a diet.

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Would defiantly need a power adder, just seeing if any one has pushed one there yet.

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Bone stock with just a strap and 300 miles. Went a 9.58@147 the next night but the damn guy on a busa I was up against broke his bike off the line and never finished so the clocks timed out and I didn't get a slip.. Going out hopefully this weekend with it lowered a bit. So hopefully it'll go a little quicker.


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Bone stock with just a strap and 300 miles. Went a 9.58@147 the next night but the damn guy on a busa I was up against broke his bike off the line and never finished so the clocks timed out and I didn't get a slip.. Going out hopefully this weekend with it lowered a bit. So hopefully it'll go a little quicker.

Great numbers for your first outing .. Get that 60 down and you will be in the low 9s in no time .. :thumbs: Just a tip for you ... Set the rear shock as follows , both compression and rebound all the way in and back them of a 1/8 of turn .. That will help some with the wheelies .. :thumbs:


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Thanks lee! When you say all the way your saying all the way stiff then back out an 1/8th on each? I'm only about 165 suited so I really should need compression as soft as possible for my weight wouldn't I? Goin to hopefully set the sag this weekend. Before on my 10 I didn't even need to touch preload, but set compression full aft and rebound full hard. The stock shock on the 14 seems a lot stiffer.


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Thanks lee! When you say all the way your saying all the way stiff then back out an 1/8th on each? I'm only about 165 suited so I really should need compression as soft as possible for my weight wouldn't I? Goin to hopefully set the sag this weekend. Before on my 10 I didn't even need to touch preload, but set compression full aft and rebound full hard. The stock shock on the 14 seems a lot stiffer.
At stock wheel base you want both turned in ( clockwise ) till seated and then back them off and 1/8 of a turn .. You don't want the bike to squat or the bike will wheelie easier .. I'm lighter than you and both my are set all the way in , that helped me hit low 1.50 60 footers ..This works on a sticky track , on the street is a different story .. Brocks slugger bike that ran 8.80 at stock wheel base was set the same way and the rider was 160+ pounds ..If you are going to keep it stock wheel base you will also need to do some gear changes .. I'm using 18/42 right now and that helped big time with the wheelies .. JT used 17/38 when he went 8.60s .. Slugger bike used 17/39 ..


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Thanks lee! When you say all the way your saying all the way stiff then back out an 1/8th on each? I'm only about 165 suited so I really should need compression as soft as possible for my weight wouldn't I? Goin to hopefully set the sag this weekend. Before on my 10 I didn't even need to touch preload, but set compression full aft and rebound full hard. The stock shock on the 14 seems a lot stiffer.
At stock wheel base you want both turned in ( clockwise ) till seated and then back them off and 1/8 of a turn .. You don't want the bike to squat or the bike will wheelie easier .. I'm lighter than you and both my are set all the way in , that helped me hit low 1.50 60 footers ..This works on a sticky track , on the street is a different story .. Brocks slugger bike that ran 8.80 at stock wheel base was set the same way and the rider was 160+ pounds ..If you are going to keep it stock wheel base you will also need to do some gear changes .. I'm using 18/42 right now and that helped big time with the wheelies .. JT used 17/38 when he went 8.60s .. Slugger bike used 17/39 ..



Ahhh ok I got ya. That makes sense. Just trying to keep the nose pointed forward and not up. :) yeah I was thinkin about gearing. From what I hear taking 2-3 teeth off the rear is supposed to calm it a lot more out of the hole. I mean it's not like these things don't make enough torque to pull through the gear anyway. :lol: ill set the suspension tonight and have it ready. What are these geared stock? Do they have an 18 on the front like 2nd gen busa's or is it like 17/42 stock?


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Thanks lee! When you say all the way your saying all the way stiff then back out an 1/8th on each? I'm only about 165 suited so I really should need compression as soft as possible for my weight wouldn't I? Goin to hopefully set the sag this weekend. Before on my 10 I didn't even need to touch preload, but set compression full aft and rebound full hard. The stock shock on the 14 seems a lot stiffer.
At stock wheel base you want both turned in ( clockwise ) till seated and then back them off and 1/8 of a turn .. You don't want the bike to squat or the bike will wheelie easier .. I'm lighter than you and both my are set all the way in , that helped me hit low 1.50 60 footers ..This works on a sticky track , on the street is a different story .. Brocks slugger bike that ran 8.80 at stock wheel base was set the same way and the rider was 160+ pounds ..If you are going to keep it stock wheel base you will also need to do some gear changes .. I'm using 18/42 right now and that helped big time with the wheelies .. JT used 17/38 when he went 8.60s .. Slugger bike used 17/39 ..



Ahhh ok I got ya. That makes sense. Just trying to keep the nose pointed forward and not up. :) yeah I was thinkin about gearing. From what I hear taking 2-3 teeth off the rear is supposed to calm it a lot more out of the hole. I mean it's not like these things don't make enough torque to pull through the gear anyway. :lol: ill set the suspension tonight and have it ready. What are these geared stock? Do they have an 18 on the front like 2nd gen busa's or is it like 17/42 stock?

Stock is 17/42 but vortex does make a 18 tooth front .. That is what I used ..


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Ok cool. I saw the rear was a 42 but didn't know if Kawi went with a 17 or 18 on the front. I don't know it's they're interchangeable or not but my buddy has a 39 that's a 530 pitch off a 12 that's good. I'm gonna see if the bolt pattern is the same and I may put that on this weekend :mrgreen:


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You guys are doing AWESOME! Keep up the hard work... :bow:


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Gettin better. 2012 lowered not quite 2 inches, strap and that's it. Finally getting this clutch half way figured out.


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Bone stock, completely untouched other than not quite 2 inches lowered, strap, and 20 lbs on the front axle.


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Homebuilt motor.No spray.Very tall gearing.17 and 43. And a great Rock clutch.Leaving on a 2 step with a delay box.


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Wow that is flying bgmagma10

Good goals to have for me. Been away for awhile and haven't been able to make it back to the track. Work has been crazy busy as a couple projects start up. Guess thats a good thing.

Lots of good advice in this thread.


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Wow that is flying bgmagma10

Good goals to have for me. Been away for awhile and haven't been able to make it back to the track. Work has been crazy busy as a couple projects start up. Guess thats a good thing.

Lots of good advice in this thread.


Thanks a lot man! I think I'm gonna work on the shock for the next outing. And going to shave my seat down. I really don't feel it holds me in place very well at all. Hopefully a combination of those and maybe the flies removed it should go some teens or better. Hopefully. :)


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Ran this last Friday night (not 2009 like the timeslip says!) in North QLD Australia.

ZX14R 2012, front strapped, Woolich Racing software and tune, twin Akropovic exhaust, BMC air filter, stock gearing. Hurt the clutch on the last run and need to change it :( Very happy with the mph though. I had 8 runs that night all 149+mph.

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Ran this last Friday night (not 2009 like the timeslip says!) in North QLD Australia.

ZX14R 2012, front strapped, Woolich Racing software and tune, twin Akropovic exhaust, BMC air filter, stock gearing. Hurt the clutch on the last run and need to change it :( Very happy with the mph though. I had 8 runs that night all 149+mph.

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:vroom: Why does it say 10.02? Where are the 8's?


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Ran this last Friday night (not 2009 like the timeslip says!) in North QLD Australia.

ZX14R 2012, front strapped, Woolich Racing software and tune, twin Akropovic exhaust, BMC air filter, stock gearing. Hurt the clutch on the last run and need to change it :( Very happy with the mph though. I had 8 runs that night all 149+mph.

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:vroom: Why does it say 10.02? Where are the 8's?

Kyle, he said he ran 8 times. Keep at it Leppy :clap:

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Yeah sorry for the poor ET! I have only done 8 runs with it :( Still trying to get the launch sorted without too much clutch slip or wheel stands. I'll accept any advice in the meanwhile!!! Haha


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Yeah sorry for the poor ET! I have only done 8 runs with it :( Still trying to get the launch sorted without too much clutch slip or wheel stands. I'll accept any advice in the meanwhile!!! Haha

Keep going to the track, that's the only way to get faster :mrgreen:

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Yeah sorry for the poor ET! I have only done 8 runs with it :( Still trying to get the launch sorted without too much clutch slip or wheel stands. I'll accept any advice in the meanwhile!!! Haha

Keep going to the track, that's the only way to get faster :mrgreen:

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+1 there's no time like seat time. Its super hard to find the happy medium. But you will definitely get there man! :thumbs:


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Bone stock, completely untouched other than not quite 2 inches lowered, strap, and 20 lbs on the front axle.


I like to see us stock wheelbase guys do good. Keep working at that 60' though. :thumbs:


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