BUILD 1quick’s new toy summer 2021

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I’m glad I did a 60-130 pull so I have some metric other than butt dyno to see the performance difference, she’s gonna be a ripper they claim 10% increase in whp with a 93 octane tune only, I got an ait extension harness sprint filter and the hand held

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I got my iat sensor moved and my airfilter installed just waiting for my tune to come
 
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Wish it wasn’t raining out this thing seems way more responsive
 
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Found these adapters that will let me move the handlebars back enough that I can lower the front end a smidge for drag racing

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Took the bike to the track yesterday for the track day and had a blast learning how to drag race a bike I told myself I’d be happy if I could touch a 10 in the 1/4 and by the 4th pass I was getting high 10’s best pass of the day here

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In an effort to try and keep the front end down some I’m going from a 45 to a 42 tooth rear sprocket

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What is the tooth count on the front sprocket? A rear 45 to 42 is a big jump (drop).

I was just looking at my spare front sprocket, cause I'm at 17/43 stock. The 17/44 didn't do much so I was going to go back to my Autobahn ration of 16/44 which launches harder but runs out of steam about 150-155mph. I couldn't imagine doing a three-tooth change in the back.
 
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What is the tooth count on the front sprocket? A rear 45 to 42 is a big jump (drop).

I was just looking at my spare front sprocket, cause I'm at 17/43 stock. The 17/44 didn't do much so I was going to go back to my Autobahn ration of 16/44 which launches harder but runs out of steam about 150-155mph. I couldn't imagine doing a three-tooth change in the back.
Stock is 16/45
 

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This is going to be interesting....

If (when) we go head-to-head again I'll point the GoPro sideways so you can watch yourself carry the front wheel 2" off the ground all the way through the traps :D
 
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This is going to be interesting....

If (when) we go head-to-head again I'll point the GoPro sideways so you can watch yourself carry the front wheel 2" off the ground all the way through the traps :D
I will run the mr12 tune if this thing handles how I think it will with the new sprocket, it was pulling so much power before trying to keep the front end down it was pointless trying to give it anymore power
 
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I also bought vinyl that’s supposed to be the same color blue as darek’s old Audi R8 and am going to wrap this thing
 

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I remember one of my first attempts on the 04 ZX-10R at Byron. My scrawny 130lbs ass (at the time) was just along for the ride. I short-shifted 1st and 2nd then attempted to roll hard in 3rd. It just lofted the front end and the last 600' I just rode the rear wheel. Crossed the beams with the front tire a good 16" off the track.
 

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I remember one of my first attempts on the 04 ZX-10R at Byron. My scrawny 130lbs ass (at the time) was just along for the ride. I short-shifted 1st and 2nd then attempted to roll hard in 3rd. It just lofted the front end and the last 600' I just rode the rear wheel. Crossed the beams with the front tire a good 16" off the track.
I pretty much did something similar on the street the first and only time I drove a Busa. Scared the fuck out of me lol.
 

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I pretty much did something similar on the street the first and only time I drove a Busa. Scared the fuck out of me lol.
Busa would have been easier to run hard with the different geometry and longer wheelbase. But they come up quick and will surprise you. The 10 was a little more predictable yet just as brutal, lol
 
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Wonder what it would take to knock this thing down into the 9’s aside from becoming a better rider lol
 
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So I purchased a newly released bt moto velocity stack kit and revised tune in my quest for 9’s they claim pretty huge top end hp gains so hopefully this is what I need combined with learning to launch harder, here’s a few pictures of the install process

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