Car: 04 element exs,08 smart car,76rm370,72ke250,kz1425,18'boat
Mods: element-exs,real time awd,side air bags,fog lamps,top rack,rear fin,tow pkg,sun roof,11"swivel dvd,playstation2,240watt premium sound system w/sub,mp3 input,rear pwr receptacle,tint. smart car fortwo-passion-leather seats, premium stereo,tint,mercedes emblems,german front plate.DEL SOL=SOLD(5/96-12/08)
according to the speedo i did 170 on a 2000 cbr 600 f4. sold a kz1000(drag bike) last year that ran 7.70's in the quarter, around 165mph.
1993 del sol si(sold, 5/96-12/08)
2004 element exs
2008 smart car
element-exs,real time awd,side air bags,fog lamps,top rack,rear fin,tow pkg,sun roof,11"swivel dvd,playstation2,240watt premium sound system w/sub,mp3 input,rear pwr receptacle,tint,german front plate. smart car fortwo-passion-leather seats, premium stereo,tint,mercedes emblems,german front plate.
150 2 weeks ago. a cbr jumped on the interstate just as i was passing him and i could tell he wanted to run, so we did. i led up to 150 then when i looked down, i about shit myself, 150!, stupid.... it had more. i think i was in 4th. , but i had enough.
old ass thread, glad i came across it though. i took a 96 yzf600r to over 170 on the speedo drafting a gsxr750 back in maybe 99. I also had a 00 r1 that went over 170. both im pretty sure went over those speeds i just wasnt paying attention to the speedo anymore. i shifted to 4th on the r1 one time on a long ass wheelie the last number i saw on the speedo b4 landing was 120+. That was the most intoxicating rush ive ever had period and i will never in life do it again.
Originally Posted by SFF900
Haha funny joke :clap
I've gone 144 before on my 01 Cbr F4i, its seems like its pretty much all the same after about 100
you havent rode a powerful enough bike yet. theres a big difference between 100 and 120 another at 140 and 160, passed that everythings blazing so fast you shouldnt really be focusing on anything other than whats ahead of you. to some people 100 is cruising speed. i cruise at 80. be careful out there, funerals are never fun.
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