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Thanks, I know a few H2 riders have gone faster than my 205.723 in a mile but has anyone beaten this on a bone stock bike like mine? No de-catted exhausts, race systems, intercoolers, geared-up superchargers etc.

Maybe I'm the only LSR H2 rider in the P/PB/1000 class !
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^Well technically speaking yes brocks bike did 219 and 220 with only difference being no cat. Another gentlemen did 215mph on his pump gas bolt on H2 at the texas mile. What's the altitude of the track you are at?

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just seeing this thread for the first time, Congrats Bob! well done.
you have to be itchin to mod just to see how fast fast can be
so this was the standing mile..?
and you were running 19/41..?
BTW what boost temps are you seeing?
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^Well technically speaking yes brocks bike did 219 and 220 with only difference being no cat. Another gentlemen did 215mph on his pump gas bolt on H2 at the texas mile. What's the altitude of the track you are at?
Exactly what I'm asking. We run under SCTA rules and de-catting, bolt-ons, anything other than pump gas, etc would put a bike in the modified class. I run in P/PB/1000.

The elevation of Elvington is 39 metres, sea-level if you like.
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@Boosted10R on that note above on elevation.. if I remember right you've run LSR in Colorado.. If I'm remembering that right can I ask if you noticed any power loss being 1 mile up in thinner air, and did you have to re-tune for this?

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^I did the Ohio mile last year which is only 1100-1200 feet above sea level I think. Id imagine you would notice a bit of a power loss in Colorado, but the air is also easier to cut through


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Exactly what I'm asking. We run under SCTA rules and de-catting, bolt-ons, anything other than pump gas, etc would put a bike in the modified class. I run in P/PB/1000.

The elevation of Elvington is 39 metres, sea-level if you like.

So I guess they allow the Akra can because it came as an option/standard for you guys? I don't think that would fly here since it wasn't an option. I personally don't know of any others using a bone stock H2 in the mile yet.

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Christ Bob. I was thinking more than just gearing and limiter removed to reach 200+

I have had a few mods (PC5 and ECU Flash) and Dyno time with a guy I know well and now have 241 RW BHP. kept the cat

Wondering what the standard gearing will allow me to hit.

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Christ Bob. I was thinking more than just gearing and limiter removed to reach 200+

I have had a few mods (PC5 and ECU Flash) and Dyno time with a guy I know well and now have 241 RW BHP. kept the cat

Wondering what the standard gearing will allow me to hit.
It depends on your bike's rev limit. The stock bike, limited to 186mph, was geared to hit around 190 at 13,000 rpm, giving it the maximum performance within that envelope. So it will need gearing up to go any faster unless the reflash also raises the rev-limit and assuming it makes enough power.

My bikes's geared 19/42 (stock is 18/44) but still retains the 13,000 limit. Maximum theoretical would be around 214/215 but my 220 bhp is made at 12,000 so that has to be factored in as does any slippage when working out how fast it will go in the mile.

If you haven't ridden a geared up H2 I thoroughly recommend it. The bike is much better, not so vicious in the way it responds to throttle but will still pick up the front wheel in the first four gears. The top of fourth gear is over 165. It's a much nicer ride all round.
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looks like my next job to adjust the gearing

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