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post #21 of 33 Old 02-22-2017, 06:55 PM
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Imagine if we all hadn't your skill. Valentino Rossi lives in Australia with all the convicts

I'm going to start calling you jackpot instead of Jeff, it's more of a pre warning to others as to what they can expect

I'm sure we would get on great if we met, I'd have my very own fool to run around and make me laugh.
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DOnt under estimate a well sorted 911 turbo. I have one pushing 750 bhp and it's seriously fast. They make a huge spread of power so every gear change drops you straight back on full torque. Mine pulls the same speed/same distance on the same road as my fireblade used to so the video looks accurate to me to be honest
Your well sorted 911 still isnt beating a stock literbike. When you get to the 850hp range you will start taking over a stock literbike. When you get to our flashed power range on the H2, there is no street driven car that is gonna take it on the highway, thats just stupid to even argue.

Dont make me start posting video after video of it Vmax....haha....

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Power to weight ratio is less and less important as power to overcome aerodynamic drag increases with the cube of velocity. Cars have lower drag coefficients because they are essentially closed uninterrupted sleek surfaces, which are impossible with a motorcycle. Frontal area in most sports cars is not much more than a motorcycle. There have been numerous YouTube videos with Porsches, McClarens, Bugattis, and GTR's. The H2R beats all of these cars in standing and low speed roll nos. Interesting the 1350 hp GTR which gets the jump on the H2R (the 2 wheelers didn't despite sophisticated launch controls) because of its four wheel drive and traction control it is able to lay down more F=ma however the Kawasaki jumps out in front while linear rolling resistance is most important eventually passed by the GTR.
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Power to weight ratio is less and less important as power to overcome aerodynamic drag increases with the cube of velocity. Cars have lower drag coefficients because they are essentially closed uninterrupted sleek surfaces, which are impossible with a motorcycle. Frontal area in most sports cars is not much more than a motorcycle. There have been numerous YouTube videos with Porsches, McClarens, Bugattis, and GTR's. The H2R beats all of these cars in standing and low speed roll nos. Interesting the 1350 hp GTR which gets the jump on the H2R (the 2 wheelers didn't despite sophisticated launch controls) because of its four wheel drive and traction control it is able to lay down more F=ma however the Kawasaki jumps out in front while linear rolling resistance is most important eventually passed by the GTR.
Good sensible reply. Very interesting
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In most situations big bikes accelerate faster than cars. Boosted h2 had the fastest h2 (not sure if that's the case now) but watch his video against his 2000 hp gallardo.

I have always said the same thing and stick by it. More money you got equals faster you go, just cheaper to go stupidly fast on bikes (and more fun)
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In most situations big bikes accelerate faster than cars. Boosted h2 had the fastest h2 (not sure if that's the case now) but watch his video against his 2000 hp gallardo.

I have always said the same thing and stick by it. More money you got equals faster you go, just cheaper to go stupidly fast on bikes (and more fun)
Ya but what you didn't see was the runs from a lower speed where he couldn't catch me He had to start at 90-100mph and have my bike in 4th gear in order for it to be a race for him. His car was around 1900+whp that night. It still had another 400whp on tap too, but after he switched the car from AWD back to RWD he lost that ability to really brake boost and get out in a hurry at the start. His older 2R AWD setup was nasty from pretty much any speed.

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I bet that car owes him 500k+
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This guy is ridiculous....at the end they are seriously moving....


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^^ must be nuts having to chop throttle at 275 kmph to keep from power wheelie
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Stumbled across this interesting H2 while looking at that other vid, looks like SC gears, water/meth set-up, in Portuguese but some of it is translated via the YouTube controls, anyone from here? :

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