Shaking is annoying....
JC I almost lost my mind... All these guys running the streets have 2 and 3 of them so perfectly set up you know wtf??? Yeah they clearly need a lesson though.. Did you notice the views? I was 2nd lol Facebook is key.... It's gotta be the suction cup right? I've never used it but that wobble looks familiarLOL.I'm a tad surprised they couldn't get their GoPro to mount securely on there...sheesh!Want me to call em Turtle?
I hear they come off with heat. Heat gun or hair dryer? I think the sportsman would work too. It's like a clamp that you screw down.IDK WHAT it is.Suctioned to the tank behind the screen,should have been better than that.But yeah...using that cup mount...it also needs a 'brace' keeping it from moving forward on the bumps and stuff.I've tried em all...the stem mount is THE best yet I've found.I mean...for straight forward shooting.The nose works really well also,using the sticky mount piece.I wouldn't even think about doing that on this paint surface though.
You cut a piece of dowel,velcro it to the underside of the cam housing...velcro that to the tank...it works really well...but still...sticking things like that on the paint...not so good.
It is officially-timed, land speed racing. Most bikes will only gain 5-7 mph over that, even with another 1/2 mile to run. His speedo reads as high as 233...so if anyone is using theirs as a measure...here's your new benchmark.The Standing Mile...what IS that?Some special 'do not exceed' 'performance' prover?Fer God's sake...get the bike out on a totally open straight...more than a mile...and run it.Get the REAL top speed down.That's I think what most guys want to know...how fast will this bird fly...regardless of distance.He's got his geared...naturally a mile isn't gonna prove much...I just don't get it.You could see how 'slow' it was trying to build speed...relatively speaking that is.
Mine did 190 in less than a mile...factory gearing but Rev limiter opened..and primaries reset to stay open.No factory exhaust either...you know.He did what...216?Something doesn't seem right there...he's pulling almost 300hp,right?Isn't it correct that with the H2R gearing,the H2 will pull 220 moph?Flashed to allow the motor to open up.Non-stock exhaust?
Wait didn't he just do 233 mph in this video?It was a shame about the camera mount but I think we can all get the general idea that the Rickey Gadson bike is a tad fast.
I'm waiting for the ECU from my H2 to return from Brock and I also need some sprockets. It will be a week or two before all that comes together and my next outing at a standing-mile event will be July. As a bone stock bike, complete with mirrors and a full tank of fuel, it indicated 189 in a little over half a mile and cruised through the electronic speed trap at 184. This was at the last Elvington meeting and conditions were good with a little side wind. I think Rickey will be over the 220 mark pretty soon if he keeps on with LSR. My first aim with this bike is to get it over 200 and beat the 203.1 my ZZR1400 (ZX14R) achieved.
It is about 6.5% error. At 65 mph that would be about 4 mph off. I'd say that is pretty possible, as far as speedo error goes, from the factory. On the 14R, the wheelspeed sensors are what calculates the speed. Meaning, even if you change gearing, it should maintain the factory level of error. I would suspect the H2 is the same? A change of tire height, however, would likely change the speed reading.So you guys have non-stock gearing?That's a heck of a difference for a stock setup.I ran an indicated 191 on mine....so I'd say,189?I'll gps it next time.The factory gearing will only let it hit 190 or so.My speed limiter has been disabled.I know it was gearing,cause the motor was ripping hard without limiting.At 14,100 K.