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Thank you very much for answers. I understand all it. My stock 18/44 was top speed 322 kmh at 14000 rpm. On my 19/41 top speed should be 365 kmh. So no need on 37 sprocket. If i will go this 365(345 gps speed) i will be the happiest man. ))))) this week i should recieve SF-T racing fuel. May be it will help. By the way i dont know why but on this speed my new pirelli supercorsa v3 was destroyed.
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By the way front wings should help or prevent to rich max speed?
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Tire chunked from wheelslip
at that speed every bump or undulation causes the wheel to miss a bit of pavement and spin slightly , i would think from seeing that to allow about 5% wheelslip in your speed calcs
and your aero is everything , if your broad shouldered , it will hurt top speed
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Guy that have used the wing here on salt said it cost ~5mph (8KPH)
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Downward force takes energy away from forward motion, basic physics.
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>More HP + < Less Weight + < Less Wind Resistance = More Acceleration / Speed!

Everything is a factor!

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Weight costs acceleration but only on limited distance does it cost speed ,
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Motorcycle speedometers are a bit like some Dyno,s , they let you have the feel good factor

Speedo reading on my zx6r on track was 141 mph, gps was 134mph

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Weight costs acceleration but only on limited distance does it cost speed ,
Acceleration occurs anytime an object's speed increases or decreases, or it changes direction. Much like velocity, there are two kinds of acceleration: average and instantaneous.

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