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post #71 of 222 Old 06-27-2018, 01:02 AM Thread Starter
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I think compared to mine,you're in second,at 8-10k.Mine would be rippin the **** up.IDK.It does seem a bit buffered.Maybe that altitude is affecting it.Maybe replace that air filter?With a sprint 08 or something?Ditch the factory cans.Open her up to breathe a bit more.Get a stage 1 flash/tune.
It needs to run stock as good as it can, then I will modify.

My second from 8-10k feels a bit lethargic. I'm at full throttle, Rick150 thinks I'm not being aggressive enough. Hmmm maybe not.
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Mate if i full throttle change from first to second i would be on my ass 2015 model.Mine will lift in most gears without really trying.
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Honestly,I haven't opened mine up into full throttle in a few seconds ever.I think I've hit full throttle in all gears with rolling on.Mine will definitely flip trying it from starting at a stop.I've lifted the front in at least 3 gears,but she wasn't at full throttle.Just comes up too fast for me.
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There's nothing wrong with your bike! I give up, you're worn me down. ��
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There's nothing wrong with your bike! I give up, you're worn me down. ��
@Rick150 ,

I thank you for taking the time to read and help out with my inane issue. It is obvious you are a very busy man with little time for giving information to help.

I thing that our definition of a wheelie differs dramatically. It seems your definition of a wheelie is 1-2" off the ground at full throttle at 8-11k RPM. Mine is the front tire heading for the moon. And although your vast experience and probably much more aggressive riding style makes it impossible for me to understand your take on this, so I am going to continue to try to find an answer. Again I appreciate your patience and please don't worry about my threads, for they are a waste of time.
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Ted: at 6000 feet your 10 would have flipped over if ridden the same?

Thought you said before at altitude your 10 does NOT want to wheelie?!?
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Honestly,I haven't opened mine up into full throttle in a few seconds ever.I think I've hit full throttle in all gears with rolling on.Mine will definitely flip trying it from starting at a stop.I've lifted the front in at least 3 gears,but she wasn't at full throttle.Just comes up too fast for me.
Taking a look at the video again there were at least 6 times I was at full throttle a 8-10-11k RPM and the front wheel was planted. In the first 20 seconds of the video I hit redline twice in 1st and the front wheel is on the ground except for a 2" wheelie. Does that seem ok for an H2? Anyone?
It was pretty hot, maybe 94 degrees, 6000 feet altitude.
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Ted: at 6000 feet your 10 would have flipped over if ridden the same?

Thought you said before at altitude your 10 does NOT want to wheelie?!?
No, ridden the same way in FIRST (which I was when I banged the throttle) it would have flipped. Second, no it wouldn't.
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At 6000 feet, there's only 80% ad much air pressure.

Now we're throwing in 94 degrees!

Running an SAE correction factor calculator, a 200 hp bike becomes a 148 hp bike under those conditions.

You really should have known.
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Gearing not the same on the 10, throttle map restriction in first not necessarily same between bikes.
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