I know with tc on, wet pavement doesn't slow me down much on the 10r. He had tc off to do that wheelie so maybe it was off for the test? These particular results are nothing to write home about but I'd guess there's something off idk what. Guessing some squid ass squid wouldn't have enough clout to be testing this bike now so imo he knows what he's doing.The acceleration numbers are not anything special ... but zero to 100 km/h in nearly 4 seconds suggests either no traction, or an ordinary rider. In that situation, 10.86 sec quarter mile with a launch that bad is pretty good.
If this test was done at Sentul in Indonesia (same as the video posted a couple weeks ago) then it was on damp pavement. If the test was done in Japan, it's winter there ...
edit: It's Sentul, you can see it on the sign ... Damp pavement ...
Forget their feelings for engine, do they have a fvcking brain in their head?? I think it doesn't hurt that my guess is the tester didn't shell out 25k.... Although I'm sure they warmed it up, shut it off for 3 minutes then start and rev. Not as bad as that girl we saw months ago she revved that biotch when cold yoy could tell imo. Numbers seem very pedestrian so hopefully he was stupid and tried to ride it without aids in the semi wet( pic looked really wet, video not too badfunny how almost ALL these videos feature a guy starting the bike...then instantaneously hitting the redline over and over.With no load.I cringe everytime I see this(or HEAR it).Just seems...'unprofessional' to me.Don't these guys have ANY feelings for this motor?
Haha I was just emphasizing the stupidity. I hear you about being close to bikes too"Feelings"...yes...as opposed to "Brains"...I have no actual hard info on what damage 'if any' these guys may or may not be doing...So I went with 'feelings' instead.Probably as you say...no harm.I'm quirky like that.I guess I'm just too 'close' to my bikesLOL
One of the latest Kawasaki's rider in GP is Randy de Puniet , a french guyYup...me too.Sliding and knee scraping,that's what I'd like to see.Some fast speed transitioning.Where's Rossi?Or Spies?
de Puniet is with Suzuki. Cluzel the french man did take the Supersport race thoughOne of the latest Kawasaki's rider in GP is Randy de Puniet , a french guy
Now we have Lois Baz in GP and Randy de Puniet with Suzuki in WSBK but before to run for Suzuki he ran for Kawasaki. You can check in 2008 for exemple with number 14 :nerd:de Puniet is with Suzuki. Cluzel the french man did take the Supersport race though
and don't forget Masbou in Moto3 and Zarco the MADMAN in Moto2... I like the french style its very...ah... laissez faireNow we have Lois Baz in GP and Randy de Puniet with Suzuki in WSBK but before to run for Suzuki he ran for Kawasaki. You can check in 2008 for exemple with number 14 :nerd:
Don't forget Lucas Mahias in SSP this year
French power is here this year
Once don gets the kinks out and she spools up properly it is world beater. Game over for straight line ****... that small ass air filter isn't exactly real hp making piece though..... Peculiar how my 10rs is bigger if I'm not mistaken.Pedestrian to the 210 metre 7.37 secs.
Blistering the last 192 metre 3.49 secs
So my guess would be in dry with an above average rider,standard bike low 10's standing 1/4.
After a re-flash and exhaust I'm thinking low 9's could be achievable especially with a diet.
that small ass air filter isn't exactly real hp making piece though..... Peculiar how my 10rs is bigger if I'm not mistaken.
Your kinda makin my point as it needs to process more air at a smaller area.It's because the H2's motor is forced induction, it has a SC to do the sucking where as your 10 has to suck all on it's own.
Just razzen ya, my last track bike was a 2011 10R. Bike was too much for my level of experience so I traded down to a new 2014 6R.