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So what's it take for 11's

Started by BVHOG, June 26, 2019, 09:11:58 AM

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BVHOG

Got a customer who would like to run his 08 dyna on the track and get into the 11's He is about 150 lbs. approximately what kind of HP/Tq we need to get this done?
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prodrag1320

Quote from: BVHOG on June 26, 2019, 09:11:58 AM
Got a customer who would like to run his 08 dyna on the track and get into the 11's He is about 150 lbs. approximately what kind of HP/Tq we need to get this done?

150/150 should be enough to get a dyna in the 11`s

r0de_runr

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doubletrouble

Back in my street racing days , it was common knowledge that it takes 600 h.p. to put a 3,000 lb. cage with 4;10-1 gears into the 10 s - id be surprised if theres not some math out there for motorcycles as well. Im thinking that 150 square should comfortable put that dyna into the low 11s , lots of variables there but you would have enough motor to do it.

Barrett

http://www.wallaceracing.com/et-hp-mph.php
Here's one. At 150lbs he has an advantage. I dropped 20lbs when I raced my Ninja.
I can't get below 200 without looking skinny...

00se

Motorcycle Consumer News 5/16. V-Rod Muscle 11.73 @ 113.79  mph

rigidthumper

110 ponies, lots of practice, 60' times ~1.65 sec, and maybe a gearing change should get him into the 11 second club, trap speed of 114-117 MPH
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rbabos

Quote from: 00se on June 27, 2019, 10:27:24 AM
Motorcycle Consumer News 5/16. V-Rod Muscle 11.73 @ 113.79  mph
Actually the 2002 vrod was quicker with the stock narrower tire and 1130cc. 11.38. The later fat tire 1250s were a tad slower out of the box.
Ron

pwmorris

11.88 @ 112 mph.
For me, mostly stock weight FXR (no shift assist etc.), with 96" engine making 112/106, with a mid to high 1.60's 60'.....

00se

Quote from: rbabos on July 03, 2019, 08:45:59 AM
Quote from: 00se on June 27, 2019, 10:27:24 AM
Motorcycle Consumer News 5/16. V-Rod Muscle 11.73 @ 113.79  mph
Actually the 2002 vrod was quicker with the stock narrower tire and 1130cc. 11.38. The later fat tire 1250s were a tad slower out of the box.
Ron
That was also a Motorcycle Consume News. Andrew Hines ran a 11.32 on a bone stock 2002 V-Rod.

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Tom

dirty jim

On a stock bike, I think skill had more to do with it than money.

BVHOG

Well, 107 My headwork, 55mm HPI  t-man 590 and a Thunderheader he did a 11.718 today, not sure the 60 or the mph yet.
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pwmorris

Congrats to him and your head work. 11's is movin' on a big heavy Harley.
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