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First time drag racing

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Printed Date: May/26/2022 at 1:50pm
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Topic: First time drag racing
Posted By: maxumis
Subject: First time drag racing
Date Posted: February/21/2017 at 5:00am
Hi I managed a10.3 @ 144 mph unstretched or slammed . Very happy as I only had 4 runs in total . Just wandering how much i can ad adding another link to the chain to push the rear wheel back and remove the O rings from the chain ? Going to drop the front forks another 6 mm's and use less fuel as well . In total is it worth removing the O rings as the chain seems much more free ? Thanks for any info Just want to get the most out of it as it is .

Posted By: Steve6
Date Posted: February/21/2017 at 8:09am
maximus, nice job!  Riding a short wheelbase, stock height bike is no easy task.  If you can get us some more details about your bike we will get you pointed in the right direction to get those times down even further.  In the meantime I would check out our "How to slam and prep a Busa" posts.  http:// - http://   Even if you don't have a Busa the process of getting the bike ready for the strip is essentially the same regardless of what type of bike you are riding.  Also if you like, feel free to give us a call at 937-912-0054 or shoot an email to and we can help further.  Have a great day!

Posted By: maxumis
Date Posted: February/22/2017 at 4:07am
Thanks Steve , it's a zx12r Brock's get 3 mega phone system . It's a stock motor wilt just Bolton's . I just want to get the most out of it at normal ride height at the moment ( will go further after) . I am adding a link to the chain as it is setup for circuits ( rear wheel as far ford as possible ) . PS just wandering how much for ceramic bearings for bst's as well . Going to be my next mod .

Posted By: Steve6
Date Posted: February/22/2017 at 8:14am
Gotcha, how much the wheels are depends on what sizes you choose.  Here is a link to them on our site with pricing.  Let us know if you have any other questions.   http:// - http://

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