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  1. #1

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    This must be a wild beast!

    Over 500 HP at 35 lbs of boost and raceing fuel.

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  3. #2

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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    man I'd like ot know what kind of bottom end work that XX has had to take 35lbs of boost. Trick bike for sure. Looks like they got as much in the paint as they do the turbo. I'd like a trick bike like someday.
    Sua Sponte!

  4. #3
    X1rider
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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    De linked brakes with braided lines. Wish I had thought of that.

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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    When the guy was selling it this was posted on his ad.

    Motor..JE pistons,carrillo rods,falicon crank,1/2" head studs,custom cams,Hd valve springs,ported head,backcut trans,ZZZ chain,M/C exp.race header,61mm large frame turbo,tial gate,custom air to air intercooler,2 stage boost controller, 6" over adams arm,lockup clutch,digital boost and a/f guages,double bubble windshield,indiglow guages,Dyna ign.corban gunfighter seat and second look covered stock seat,custom roma red paint with crazy airbrushed custom muraling,lowered front and rear,clear lenses..everything on the bike is chrome except the frame and fork tubes which are polished..shinko stealth,co2 air shifter.. just under 400 hp @ 20 lbs and pump gas...470 @28lbs mixed fuel...560 whp and 370 ft lbs on c16 @ 35 lbs...top speed at redline over 270...been 252 on gps in less than a mile..can drive everyday..never overheats,always starts and runs great...smoother,beter handleing and more comfortable than any Busa

    When it was listed for sale last year, the guy was asking $17,500. He said he sold it to his friend, who might want to sell it, because he is starting a business. I told him to let me know if his friend sells it, because I would be interested in buying it. I would take it to the salt flats and go WOT. Woohoo!

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    What cop??
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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    Here's my lawyers Busa (I know), but it's pushing 800hp on methanol now
    1. Brock’s Performance Alien Head Exhaust System
    2. Dynojet power commander IIIusb with Brock’s “Maxton” map
    3. Dave O prepped Innovate aux box kit ( LM1 Basic + LMA-3)
    4. Brock’s Performance “bare necessities” drag race kit
    5. World Wide Bearings ceramic wheel bearing kit with low tension seals and aerospace lubricant.
    6. Richie’s Tires/Michelin pilot power race 120/60 front 190/55 rear
    (Stock tires are Bridgestone Battlax BT015 120/70 front and 190/50 rear)
    7. Ohlins Hayabusa (99-07) top mount steering stabilizer kit
    8. Vortex sprockets (stock 18-43 ratio) for GSX-R1000 rear wheel
    9. Spiegler brake lines
    10. Regina ZRP Series “Brock modified” chain
    11. Chicken Hawk tire warmer
    12. Tiger Racing “Brock modified” aluminum chain guard
    13. Schnitz Racing (Brock Modified) billet triple tree (top clamp plate)
    All else is stock except oil (Alisyn less than zero weight) and VP MR9 fuel.
    Mike
    02 Silver Bird (gone)
    08 Harley Davidson Road Glide

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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    The perfect daily driver.




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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    Quote Originally Posted by flblackbird View Post
    Here's my lawyers Busa (I know), but it's pushing 800hp on methanol now
    WTF800hp

    that scares me
    Till they pry the handlebars from my cold dead fingers! XX

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    Straightliner
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    Re: This must be a wild beast!

    Well, to offer some realism to this thread, don't believe the #'s when they are that outrageous.

    I asked the XX owner for a dyno sheet, he never came up with one. 1/2" studs? Really? The XX has excellent head BOLTS, unlike the busa motor where the cylinders come off separately where studs actually make sense. Adding into that the amount of R&D and time I have spent on the XX motor with the multiple world record holding NLR owner, Kent Stotz, and Elton Fish, well, let's just say I don't buy it. Not one bit!

    The current XX PROVEN dyno number is around 505 HP on Barry's old black blackbird that went 7.30's and is now own by a local near me. (Maurie) Kent's red blackbird is said to make a little more, but Kent hasn't produced a sheet. I suspect Kent is not BS'ing, however, as he picked up around 5 MPH after he said he went back for more HP and he has the resources and sponsors (Star Racing) to pull it off.

    As for the 800 HP methanol claim, Seb @ NLR also holds the dyno record on the busa currently at around over 730 HP (it had a car tire slick on the back so it probably would have made more if the tire hadn't exploded) -- again, I don't buy it.

    I follow and talk to the major players in this sport of making power on motorcycle engines -- not trying to be a dick, but advising that many many dyno results are exaggerated significantly these days because people really don't know better and the owners/BSers can get away with it.

    Next time someone claims an HP # that seems unreal, ask for a sheet...

    Oh, and my motor is built to handle as much as 42 PSI of boost, and I use stock head bolts and have never pushed out a head gasket. (That issue is usually caused by detonation due to a bad tuning job...)

    I'll post up my results on version 3.0 of my bike in a few weeks after I go for another round of tuning at, yep, you guessed it, NLR.

    That top bike sure has had a lot of work and money into it though! $17k would be a steal. I'm sure there is over $25k into it...
    The least expensive way to increase the performance (HP, handling, etc.) is to sell your XX then go and buy a ZX-14, a new liter bike, or, *cringe*, a 'busa. If, however, you wish to stay with your beloved Blackbird, be prepared to spend a silly amount of money to end up with less than stellar results...unless we're talking about adding a turbo.


 

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