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Fully tuned and modded
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New Honda’s
Zx10s
BMWs

So far only bike gave me stiff competition is 2019 last gen bmw.
I got some more tests lined up wit
Fully tuned n modded zx14
And 302 hp turbo Busa
There's a new video 300+hp gxsr against zx10r. Real close nail biting finishes it was not.
The Busa guy kept wheeling couldn’t ride the thing
And zx10 guy had the bike 100% for drag racing
Zx10 was lowered to under belly almost laying on floor.
Gsxr 1000 and zx10 vs Busa

The Busa was turbo charged “so they say “ but it was stock ride height and wheel base
The 1000s were not
If that busa was actually 300 at the wheel and running correct it would have freight trained that zx10. Zx10 would get the jump and busa would fight the wheel down 1st -3rd. As soon as that boost got up in 4th-6th its over. I dont think that rider had any idea what he was doing on that busa. Seen other stage 2 turbo busa videos and when they hookup and get into top end its over for whoevers in front unless its a crazy gap. Turbo warren on 650ibs videos has a monster hp busa that kills his h2 thats pushing 250-275whp somewhere. 650 is in the middle of 6th and warrens starts to walk him like theres a 7th gear. Insane top end pull
Those are just regular pulls but if ur taking turns and stuff h2 for the win
Assuming riders of equal skills
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America is strange, short WOT runs on the motorway to see who's the fastest, bravest and coolest, all in shorts and tank tops.
I've never seen a lengthened bike on the street in Europe, it's not about that but I'm not even sure what it's about over here any more, maybe I'm just too old but It's feeling a bit pointless chasing seconds for no reason.
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The Busa guy kept wheeling couldn’t ride the thing
And zx10 guy had the bike 100% for drag racing
Zx10 was lowered to under belly almost laying on floor.
Gsxr 1000 and zx10 vs Busa

The Busa was turbo charged “so they say “ but it was stock ride height and wheel base
The 1000s were not
I don't get it, I've never had a problem with a litre bike past second gear, perhaps the newest ones are slightly more powerful but even if you couldn't give it 100% at the very top end in third, once in fourth surely you are planted, why lengthen a litre bike that much, there is no power!

Got my dyno papers out, they did 10%-60% throttle runs and rear wheel HP is 165 at 30% throttle, that's like a bog standard litre bike, at 40% I'm at 210 wheel HP now that's a pretty bad ass litre bike.

Was out and did some runs today, it accelerates well and feels like a litre bike if I don't give it the beans but still let it rev out, planted and controllable.
It's when I go 100% the world start spinning, I just can't see a litre bike of any sort keeping up with that unless it says Moto GP on it or it has a turbo, especially from a running start but I might be wrong.
Yes very few bikes can keep up
But there are those that keep up with u til 150-60 mph on ur h2 flash n tune nothing else.
The new bmws are a problem they are no joke 2019-2020 strong years for bmw models.
yes! The new s1000rr is a killer. Putting down the same hp as my 2015 h2 stock... with all the bolt ons and tuning a new bmw is like 215 220hp or more. Kawasaki really needs to shed a ton of weight or I think the bmw is going to start taking over as top dog. Most people cant afford or dont take the h2 to its crazy potential with 15-20k worth of building. For most its stock with a pipe and tune or pipe and pc5. Kawasaki must shed 50 lbs or more the weight of the h2 is its biggest downfall.

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The Busa guy kept wheeling couldn’t ride the thing
And zx10 guy had the bike 100% for drag racing
Zx10 was lowered to under belly almost laying on floor.
Gsxr 1000 and zx10 vs Busa

The Busa was turbo charged “so they say “ but it was stock ride height and wheel base
The 1000s were not
I don't get it, I've never had a problem with a litre bike past second gear, perhaps the newest ones are slightly more powerful but even if you couldn't give it 100% at the very top end in third, once in fourth surely you are planted, why lengthen a litre bike that much, there is no power!

Got my dyno papers out, they did 10%-60% throttle runs and rear wheel HP is 165 at 30% throttle, that's like a bog standard litre bike, at 40% I'm at 210 wheel HP now that's a pretty bad ass litre bike.

Was out and did some runs today, it accelerates well and feels like a litre bike if I don't give it the beans but still let it rev out, planted and controllable.
It's when I go 100% the world start spinning, I just can't see a litre bike of any sort keeping up with that unless it says Moto GP on it or it has a turbo, especially from a running start but I might be wrong.
Yes very few bikes can keep up
But there are those that keep up with u til 150-60 mph on ur h2 flash n tune nothing else.
The new bmws are a problem they are no joke 2019-2020 strong years for bmw models.
yes! The new s1000rr is a killer. Putting down the same hp as my 2015 h2 stock... with all the bolt ons and tuning a new bmw is like 215 220hp or more. And weighs 360lbs!!! Kawasaki really needs to shed a ton of weight or I think the bmw is going to start taking over as top dog.
Lol no not really those numbers
Not sure even the hp4 race.... and that’s a $80,000 bike

192 stock at 436 lbs M version with carbon wheels

Not stock prob break into low 200s
Bmws come pretty unrestrained from factory compared to Japanese bikes.
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https://youtu.be/Gcuho8359xQ 4:20 is where they run.
2019 bone stock s1000rr vs 650ib ducati v4r with every mod in the book. Both 220lb riders.... s1000rr walks away like nothing to a 230hp v4r..... h2 killer is here
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The Busa guy kept wheeling couldn’t ride the thing
And zx10 guy had the bike 100% for drag racing
Zx10 was lowered to under belly almost laying on floor.
Gsxr 1000 and zx10 vs Busa

The Busa was turbo charged “so they say “ but it was stock ride height and wheel base
The 1000s were not
I don't get it, I've never had a problem with a litre bike past second gear, perhaps the newest ones are slightly more powerful but even if you couldn't give it 100% at the very top end in third, once in fourth surely you are planted, why lengthen a litre bike that much, there is no power!

Got my dyno papers out, they did 10%-60% throttle runs and rear wheel HP is 165 at 30% throttle, that's like a bog standard litre bike, at 40% I'm at 210 wheel HP now that's a pretty bad ass litre bike.

Was out and did some runs today, it accelerates well and feels like a litre bike if I don't give it the beans but still let it rev out, planted and controllable.
It's when I go 100% the world start spinning, I just can't see a litre bike of any sort keeping up with that unless it says Moto GP on it or it has a turbo, especially from a running start but I might be wrong.
Yes very few bikes can keep up
But there are those that keep up with u til 150-60 mph on ur h2 flash n tune nothing else.
The new bmws are a problem they are no joke 2019-2020 strong years for bmw models.
yes! The new s1000rr is a killer. Putting down the same hp as my 2015 h2 stock... with all the bolt ons and tuning a new bmw is like 215 220hp or more. And weighs 360lbs!!! Kawasaki really needs to shed a ton of weight or I think the bmw is going to start taking over as top dog.
Lol no not really those numbers
Not sure even the hp4 race.... and that’s a $80,000 bike

192 stock at 436 lbs M version with carbon wheels

Not stock prob break into low 200s
Bmws come pretty unrestrained from factory compared to Japanese bikes.
yeah 430 I misread... 207hp at the crank though... thats what my 2015 h2 is stock. Cycle World says 205 for the s version. So im pretty sure with tune, pipes, pc5, gearing and all the other goodies it pushing 215-220 like stated.

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https://youtu.be/Gcuho8359xQ 4:20 is where they run.
2019 bone stock s1000rr vs 650ib ducati v4r with every mod in the book. Both 220lb riders.... s1000rr walks away like nothing to a 230hp v4r..... h2 killer is here


Contradiction to what you’re suggesting at 13:15?
Claims the V4 is much faster.


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https://youtu.be/Gcuho8359xQ 4:20 is where they run.
2019 bone stock s1000rr vs 650ib ducati v4r with every mod in the book. Both 220lb riders.... s1000rr walks away like nothing to a 230hp v4r..... h2 killer is here


Contradiction to what you’re suggesting at 13:15?
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From watching the ducatti pass it. I saw a slow walk away at a steady creep and steady pull away. It does contradict the earlier run in the video that shows the opposite. But all in all that ducati has 50 grand in it moded to ****, just shy of motorwork. Running a bone stock new bmw and just slowly walking by. I think this video shows for 17k you can invest another 5k and destroy a v4r thats about 50k. I want to see a modded to the gills 2019 s1000rr vs all.
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If that busa was actually 300 at the wheel and running correct it would have freight trained that zx10. Zx10 would get the jump and busa would fight the wheel down 1st -3rd. As soon as that boost got up in 4th-6th its over. I dont think that rider had any idea what he was doing on that busa. Seen other stage 2 turbo busa videos and when they hookup and get into top end its over for whoevers in front unless its a crazy gap. Turbo warren on 650ibs videos has a monster hp busa that kills his h2 thats pushing 250-275whp somewhere. 650 is in the middle of 6th and warrens starts to walk him like theres a 7th gear. Insane top end pull
That Busa did actually make that power. Just not setup for that type of racing. I also raced turbo warrens Busa and pulled on it everywhere making around 240whp. Setup is very important.

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https://youtu.be/Gcuho8359xQ 4:20 is where they run.
2019 bone stock s1000rr vs 650ib ducati v4r with every mod in the book. Both 220lb riders.... s1000rr walks away like nothing to a 230hp v4r..... h2 killer is here
LMAO at H2 killer. That 2020 bike made 190whp so far with exhaust. Is it quick for a basic 1000, absolutely, but it most certainly isnt an H2 killer in terms of acceleration and speed. Especially on the highway. Im definitely looking forward to see what it does once it's fully unlocked. Beauty bike

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