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Sport bike Day @Montgomeryville Cycle Center

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Old 07-13-2013, 06:20 PM
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Well I'm back and glad I went. Met a bunch of great guys... With the usual smattering of squids and dbags mixed in. Teach McNeil was great. Fun to talk to as well. Really charismatic. Didnt know his nickname is because he teaches Latin

Not a lot of standout bikes there. Some very clean but stock bikes. These guys definitely stood out though

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Not much for the stretched look but the paint was phenomenal.

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This thing hurt my eyes to look at. Especially with the spinners. But check the size of the nos bottle

At the dyno there was this. The bike was a real beauty

He put down 154 HP iirc. I did toss Sersi up there too out of curiosity.


177.04 HP on 89.53F day with 24% humidity. About what I expected based on other's findings. What I wasn't expecting was to be holding onto 2nd place in the 1000cc class when I left around 3pm. 1st was held by another HP4 that put down 180HP right before mine. Both our bikes were stock except he has done a 520 conversion and had a carbon fiber rear rim

I took video of McNeil show I'll post up later.
 
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Old 07-15-2013, 08:15 PM
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haha, i can't tell whats worse - the hayabusa with the spinners and speakers in the pillion? or the r6 with a 300 or whatever kit on it with air ride? edit: i love the tiny little single rotors on both fronts.


did they come there on trailers? hahaha


so did you ever check back on the liter bike category? 177rwhp is a pretty good number, i'd be proud of that.
 

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Didn't care about the dyno comp. I almost didn't put her up there when I found out it was a competition. It was billed as free dyno runs and I just wanted to see a dyno chart of my bike. The other HP4 owner talked me into it, figuring if we ran back to back we'd get a true read on the bikes.

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The chart showed just what I wanted to see: straight steady climb in power. No need for a PCV
 
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Kuroshio View Post
Didn't care about the dyno comp. I almost didn't put her up there when I found out it was a competition. It was billed as free dyno runs and I just wanted to see a dyno chart of my bike. The other HP4 owner talked me into it, figuring if we ran back to back we'd get a true read on the bikes.



The chart showed just what I wanted to see: straight steady climb in power. No need for a PCV


damn, that is a very nice curve!
 
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Conrice View Post
haha, i can't tell whats worse - the hayabusa with the spinners and speakers in the pillion? or the r6 with a 300 or whatever kit on it with air ride? edit: i love the tiny little single rotors on both fronts.


did they come there on trailers? hahaha


so did you ever check back on the liter bike category? 177rwhp is a pretty good number, i'd be proud of that.
Just a followup:
Montgomeryville Cycle Center called. Apparently there's a 2nd place trophy waiting for Sersi
 
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Originally Posted by Kuroshio View Post
Just a followup:
Montgomeryville Cycle Center called. Apparently there's a 2nd place trophy waiting for Sersi
right on man!
 
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Those bikes are not quite manly enough for me. I'd have to extend the swing arm at least 10 feet more.
 
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