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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:


:thumbs: I definitely will. This was the first outing lowered and weight. That was the quickest 60' I've ever has swb. But it's definitely gonna get better.


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Well didn't go much quicker but a little bit. This thing is seriously a hard bike to really 60' . Either it's on the back wheel or not slipping hard enough. But slowly getting there. I'm afraid to stiffen my shock because as cool as it is it may start spinnin. But gettin a little better each week.


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Your getting there. I promise she'll cut 1.51 60s when you get the hang of it. You also need to try to dip into the 3s on your 330'. Don't let the rpms drop off during the clutch burn. Have someone film your first 4 seconds or so of your pass. If you hear your rpms drop after your clutch is 100% you didn't build enough momentum to keep it in the meatier portion of the power band.


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Your getting there. I promise she'll cut 1.51 60s when you get the hang of it. You also need to try to dip into the 3s on your 330'. Don't let the rpms drop off during the clutch burn. Have someone film your first 4 seconds or so of your pass. If you hear your rpms drop after your clutch is 100% you didn't build enough momentum to keep it in the meatier portion of the power band.


I agree. I was really hoping to go 3.90's and 5.90's but went 4.00 and 6.00. So close!! I really need to get rid of the stock cans. I think that right there will get me there. Just getting a pipe. But for now just gotta work on myself. She's definitely not lacking in power!


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Well didn't go much quicker but a little bit. This thing is seriously a hard bike to really 60' . Either it's on the back wheel or not slipping hard enough. But slowly getting there. I'm afraid to stiffen my shock because as cool as it is it may start spinnin. But gettin a little better each week.


You're doing really good man!! :bow:

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maverick1441 wrote:
Your getting there. I promise she'll cut 1.51 60s when you get the hang of it. You also need to try to dip into the 3s on your 330'. Don't let the rpms drop off during the clutch burn. Have someone film your first 4 seconds or so of your pass. If you hear your rpms drop after your clutch is 100% you didn't build enough momentum to keep it in the meatier portion of the power band.


Sounding like a noob here, but what sort of revs are you guys leaving the line at? I have been slipping the clutch, but obviously too much. How soon before you get full clutch engagement?

The more I can learn online, the more it helps me at the track! I have the new clutch parts today and installing - test and tune on this Friday night.

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Madness wrote:
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Well didn't go much quicker but a little bit. This thing is seriously a hard bike to really 60' . Either it's on the back wheel or not slipping hard enough. But slowly getting there. I'm afraid to stiffen my shock because as cool as it is it may start spinnin. But gettin a little better each week.


You're doing really good man!! :bow:


Thank you sir! I'm almost happy with this thing completely stock. If I could go a teen I will be really happy!


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Your getting there. I promise she'll cut 1.51 60s when you get the hang of it. You also need to try to dip into the 3s on your 330'. Don't let the rpms drop off during the clutch burn. Have someone film your first 4 seconds or so of your pass. If you hear your rpms drop after your clutch is 100% you didn't build enough momentum to keep it in the meatier portion of the power band.


Sounding like a noob here, but what sort of revs are you guys leaving the line at? I have been slipping the clutch, but obviously too much. How soon before you get full clutch engagement?
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The more I can learn online, the more it helps me at the track! I have the new clutch parts today and installing - test and tune on this Friday night.

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Man what i have found is when I got the bike from the dealership the clutch setting was all the way out on the lever. I tried moving it all the way in but that was a little much for me. One notch out works good for me personally. I started staging at about 3-3500 rpms. And now I'm up to between 4500-5000. You really have to trust your
Clutch hand. I'm slipping mine out a little further passed the 60'


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Leppy, I think clutch engagement may be what you need to work on, you can't let it out to quick and you bog, slipping it too much and you don't go anywhere, just stick with an rpm you are comfortable with and work with that, stay with that till you get the hang of the rpm clutch engagement feed Once confident and consistent you could try raising the rpm 500, making it smooth will get you faster times. Like I told you before "track time" is the key to advancing your skills. Any improvement shows you are getting better, don't worry about numbers, getting faster at each outing is the key, even if it's by a small margin. Keep us posted and have fun with it. :bigthumb:

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Went 5.98 but lost slip :(


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Fully dressed Stock motor gen 2, 70" wheelbase lowered, geared, air shifter, Ohlins drag shock.
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DA was around 1900 at that time...


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:clap: You guys are doing AWESOME!

Keep up the hard work... :vroom:


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This is the best so far on the 2012 14r 9.30@146.34 the bike has a 10" over Alumi-Pro sitting at 6" over, Brock's CT single exhaust, Brock's clutch mod, PCV with Brock's street pump map, strapped front and lowered rear, shinko hookup, stock seat and foot shifted


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Went a little better today. Still untouched other than lowered, strapped, and 20lbs on the front.


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bgmagma10 wrote:
Went a little better today. Still untouched other than lowered, strapped, and 20lbs on the front.

Nice numbers :clap:

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bgmagma10 wrote:
Went a little better today. Still untouched other than lowered, strapped, and 20lbs on the front.

I need to make a trip to near sea level our mile high + DA's suck ET and MPH more than Obama and his bureaucrats. That 9.28@154 would be in the mid 9.70s and mid 140s here in the Roswell NM and even less in Albuquerque NM .
Good times though

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Wheelie wrote:
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Went a little better today. Still untouched other than lowered, strapped, and 20lbs on the front.

Nice numbers :clap:

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Thank tou sir!

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Went a little better today. Still untouched other than lowered, strapped, and 20lbs on the front.



I need to make a trip to near sea level our mile high + DA's suck ET and MPH more than Obama and his bureaucrats. That 9.28@154 would be in the mid 9.70s and mid 140s here in the Roswell NM and even less in Albuquerque NM .
Good times though


Yeah man. I think on that 154mph pass it had to have spun a little on the back half. It didn't really fit. And on the pass it not went 146mph I quick shifted 5th to see if would pick up a little more and it actually hurt it pretty bad.

I think the DA that day was around 1000ft. Surprising because with better air it was only going 150mph at the most. It doesn't make sense.


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I haven't posted here because of the grudge and street racing I do But last weekend I got back to my roots and bracjet raced. I accidentally lit up the boards with a 9.08 on a 9.25 dial and did this later.
This is a street bike I rode 4.5hrs one way on vacation. I'm 215lbs suited. Mods are Wossner drop in pistons and headwork all done by Bill @ Port tech. I took some time off of racing the second half of the season and had a great time street riding but it did keep me from getting my nitrous setup figured out and i was a little rusty launching the bike. I will have an 8 on motor by next year! Lol
*Edit* 66"wb, stock shock with gen 2 Busa spring, 16/45 gearing, alien head, 93 pump gas and the tune done by me and my wideband at the track.
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Our results will be online soon we don't get slips.

Standing quarter 9.96secs. Road surface with no rubber down and not able to light up tires on the road. Standard suspension, swinger and no straps. So in road riding form at normal height.

Fly quarter. This is done with 1.5km(Just under a mile) run off but the first 500metres has a corner that you wont make at over 200kph. It also had cow shit on it half way round. This is how men race bikes LOL. The next 400metres or 1/4mile is measured by beam break sensor and the average speed is taken.

Best run 304.7kph average. GPS showed final speed at 195mph so average approx 188 through the run. Bike still accelerating at the end of the run.

Happy with the improvements as last time 10.4 standing 293 flying and that was a colder day.


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Our results will be online soon we don't get slips.

Standing quarter 9.96secs. Road surface with no rubber down and not able to light up tires on the road. Standard suspension, swinger and no straps. So in road riding form at normal height.

Fly quarter. This is done with 1.5km(Just under a mile) run off but the first 500metres has a corner that you wont make at over 200kph. It also had cow shit on it half way round. This is how men race bikes LOL. The next 400metres or 1/4mile is measured by beam break sensor and the average speed is taken.

Best run 304.7kph average. GPS showed final speed at 195mph so average approx 188 through the run. Bike still accelerating at the end of the run.

Happy with the improvements as last time 10.4 standing 293 flying and that was a colder day.

Congrats Mossy

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jlaudio11 wrote:
I haven't posted here because of the grudge and street racing I do But last weekend I got back to my roots and bracjet raced. I accidentally lit up the boards with a 9.08 on a 9.25 dial and did this later.
This is a street bike I rode 4.5hrs one way on vacation. I'm 215lbs suited. Mods are Wossner drop in pistons and headwork all done by Bill @ Port tech. I took some time off of racing the second half of the season and had a great time street riding but it did keep me from getting my nitrous setup figured out and i was a little rusty launching the bike. I will have an 8 on motor by next year! Lol
*Edit* 66"wb, stock shock with gen 2 Busa spring, 16/45 gearing, alien head, 93 pump gas and the tune done by me and my wideband at the track.
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Nice man!! That's good time at your weight!


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Finally!!! I got a 9 second pass!
Humid Australian conditions!!!! 93 degrees Fahrenheit, 98% humidity, Palmyra Dragway - Mackay QLD.

The bike was super consistent and I even managed a couple of 9 second passes. All runs were between 143mph and 149mph. Still more in the lazy 1.7 60 foots too! I'm 265lb's suited, so I'm happy with that for now! Front strapped, hardened the rear shock settings, twin Akro system and Woolich Racing software (only played with the secondary throttles and safety maps). The bike launches heaps quicker at 6000rpm, but I'm still learning the clutch control etc. Cheers for the advice all! I'll just keep at it!!!
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Lookin good!

Looks like you got some good seat time in and was able to improve your times. Not that I'm able to do any better but the folks round here say that those sixties will keep improving with more seat time! Congrats on your success!

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Nice man!! That's good time at your weight!


Thanks Ben, its been 8.89 @ 153 with a lighter and more talented rider on it. Only got one clean pass off that day and haven't had anymore time for him to ride on it either.

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Finally!!! I got a 9 second pass!
Humid Australian conditions!!!! 93 degrees Fahrenheit, 98% humidity, Palmyra Dragway - Mackay QLD.

The bike was super consistent and I even managed a couple of 9 second passes. All runs were between 143mph and 149mph. Still more in the lazy 1.7 60 foots too! I'm 265lb's suited, so I'm happy with that for now! Front strapped, hardened the rear shock settings, twin Akro system and Woolich Racing software (only played with the secondary throttles and safety maps). The bike launches heaps quicker at 6000rpm, but I'm still learning the clutch control etc. Cheers for the advice all! I'll just keep at it!!!
9.947
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Good job Leppy, hey did you shim the clutch?

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Congrats to all that are going to the track and bettering their drag racing skills, it takes time and effort but it pays off with excitement when you see the time slips. :clap:

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Hi wee,
I pulled the clutch out, but honestly all the fibers were well within tolerance. The steel plates were burnt to the shithouse, so I buffed them and they come good. The plates weren't warped or anything, but I think my oil was a big problem. I put new fibers in and kept everything else factory. I didn't end up having to shim. The clutch is heaps better now anyway!


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Leppy_ZX14R wrote:
Hi wee,
I pulled the clutch out, but honestly all the fibers were well within tolerance. The steel plates were burnt to the shithouse, so I buffed them and they come good. The plates weren't warped or anything, but I think my oil was a big problem. I put new fibers in and kept everything else factory. I didn't end up having to shim. The clutch is heaps better now anyway!

Leppy, shimming the 14r clutch is a must for larger riders, even with a new clutch, you will pick up mph and your times will improve, 180 shims on all springs.
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jlaudio11 wrote:
bgmagma10 wrote:
Nice man!! That's good time at your weight!


Thanks Ben, its been 8.89 @ 153 with a lighter and more talented rider on it. Only got one clean pass off that day and haven't had anymore time for him to ride on it either.


That's movin man! That's definitely respectable


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Thanks wee, I'll get me some shims!


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Thanks wee, I'll get me some shims!

180's 6 of them, clutch will still have a stock feel, let us know your next results. Bet you gain some mph..

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Wee, do you know where I can order some shims from? I'm in Australia... May have to order from somewhere in the states? Do you recommend just the shims, or the brocks springs and shim kit?

Thanks as always!!!!
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Brocks performance has the shim kit so u can fine tune it


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Well another TNT done and dusted tonight and another 15 runs done!!! Really starting to work out the launch and clutch now, and still super consistent. All passes bar 1 were in the 9 second bracket! Best pass of the night was 9.775 @ 148mph with a lazy 1.74 60 foot. Once I get this 60 foot sorted I know I'll get better times! I'd love to see a 9.5 now hahaha. I have some shims now thanks to a mate with a Busa.... I'll fit them to the clutch and have another play in a week or so.


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One of the runs from last night. 1.78 60 foot, 9.82 @ 147.5mph.



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Lookin good Leppy :clap: stay at it, that 9.5 will be had soon my friend !

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Thanks Wee! Once I get these shims in, I'll have another crack. Appreciate your advice as always :D


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2013 14R Completely Stock except for lowered in rear and strapped ( havent dropped the forks through yet)
3rd pass on the bike and just slowly creeping up on it. No weight, no gearing, nothing. Very hot conditions when run in Sydney, Au


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You need to stay in that clutch longer Leppy. Here's an old vid when I was still sportin stock cans and blue jeans ha ha. Looks like a 1.52 or so 60 but I can't remember. I know I can get into the 1.49 range with a revalved or aftermarket shock. Again I don't condone racing in jeans but hey.. It's all I have showing a modest 60. I will try to get an updated 1.51 launch on youtube.



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You need to stay in that clutch longer Leppy. Here's an old vid when I was still sportin stock cans and blue jeans ha ha. Looks like a 1.52 or so 60 but I can't remember. I know I can get into the 1.49 range with a revalved or aftermarket shock. Again I don't condone racing in jeans but hey.. It's all I have showing a modest 60. I will try to get an updated 1.51 launch on youtube.



That sounded really good man! What was your 330 on that pass?


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Ah I dunno. I make so many passes that I can't really keep up. Prob in the 3.98 range. I have been 3.95. Sometimes I think about going lightweight but I can't stand to be noodle scrawny. I'm currently around 175 in shorts.


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Ah I dunno. I make so many passes that I can't really keep up. Prob in the 3.98 range. I have been 3.95. Sometimes I think about going lightweight but I can't stand to be noodle scrawny. I'm currently around 175 in shorts.


Nice man! Have you taken your secondaries out yet? I feel like mine does not want to be violent right off te line. It wants to get out to about the 60' then get mean. I'm wondering if taking the secondaries out will help that. I was really hoping to go at least teens this season before I did anything to it. But they closed the track down for the season. This was my best the last weekend out.


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If you dont have your ecu flashed by guhl I would say take them out :thumbs:

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I have left my secondaries in, but have adjusted how they come on within the Woolich Racing software. I'm going to be more aggressive with the secondary maps now and try that. For those that are savvy with a laptop, and not scared to tune their own bike, BUY the woolich stuff! It took less than 30 minutes to install on the bike and start tuning. You can turn off the O2 warning light on the dash (as I have fitted a wideband 02 sensor and disconnected the factory one), remove the 300km/h speed limiter, change the rev limiter, fuel maps, ignition maps, secondary maps, safety maps (huge gain in these) and the best feature I like - is whatever setting I leave the KTRC in, it remembers it next start :D. Mine permanently stays off now haha. I will never pay for a "flashed" ECU again...

My 2 cents anyway.

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Stock wheel base , best of 4 passes I made at stock wheel base before putting it back to 66 inches ..


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Good numbers lee. Swb with 200+ hp is crazy hard to race lol.


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Being that I will be doing things a little different next season, here is the 3rd best pass I have made on my STOCK motor 2nd gen with a little nitrous :bigthumb: . Sitting at 70" with me at 170lbs suited.


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Being that I will be doing things a little different next season, here is the 3rd best pass I have made on my STOCK motor 2nd gen with a little nitrous :bigthumb: . Sitting at 70" with me at 170lbs suited.


All I can say is WOW! Great riding! Look at that MPH!!! Great job!

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Thanks! Got to give a big thanks to Great Lakes RaceCraft (Andy) for the huge amount of support this last season and one kick ass nitrous system! Big things are coming for 2014!

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