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Thread: Lsr aerodynamics

Created on: 01/25/17 06:03 PM

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chrly


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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 10:53 AM

March Texas Mile sold out first day ..120 signed up, I think. Wonder what the expenses come to for the three days??

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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 12:04 PM

Disregard.


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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 1:13 PM

1Wheel... I meant expenses for the producers....

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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 1:43 PM

LOL!! No idea....



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 5:42 PM

Plan on going to the last race of the year.. Anyone else going?



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/01/17 7:04 PM

I want to make one of this yrs events will have to wait awhile before deciding.

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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
02/02/17 8:52 AM

I'll be there as a spectator only in March. If the runway is better than the one at Beeville I'll run it in Oct.



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
09/25/17 10:12 AM


CoolBrzBlu
Plan on going to the last race of the year.. Anyone else going?

Still goin?



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
11/15/17 9:26 PM

This might seem off track.
But it's not.
What I'm thinking.... to get the last couple of miles it's found inside the frame.
The 14R has a mixed set of velocity stacks short and tall.
Now for the meat:
Has anyone replaced the mixed set of stacks with a set of just shorts?
Since it has displacement using just the shorts to enhance the top end?


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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
11/22/17 6:36 PM

I saw your post over at 1441.com. 1 hp. I heard similar about the Gen1. Factory pro stacks don't make a lot of difference for hp but they do seal up the ducts better than stock if you need that for turbo.



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
11/22/17 6:56 PM

I would do it just because they look so nice but go for some cool anodized ones. Orient Express.



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
11/23/17 10:42 PM

I've never done a LSR event, but I can definitely attest that aero makes a big difference. In the early 2000's I had an old Suzuki VX800... shaft drive standard style naked bike with the Intruder 800 engine. I had already put a 2-into-1 BSM exhaust on it and it topped out around 115-117. I then got the great idea to put a full fairing on it, so I bought a Powerbronze Endurance fairing. Not long after I got a Pennsylvania State Police official document stating that I was going 128mph. At the time, I had a taller than stock rear tire and was pulling 500 rpm past redline in top gear. That was an expensive document...

It was a fun bike for a standard. Retired it with over 120k miles on it. I have another now as a project bike that I'll get to 'someday'. As for the zx14, my 2012 pulled a gps verified 192 on my way home from work once. Only performance mod was 4-into-2 exhaust.



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
11/24/17 1:25 AM

Good thing you don't have that documented for you but congrats anyway!



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
12/02/17 5:08 AM

Rook Thanks I did see that Shane responded. I'm trying to get the NA bike to 210mph currently at 208 without going crazy inside the motor.
The turbo is up to 224mph at 9800rpm I finally figured out the issue. Now it will revs to 11,500 if needed. I'm hoping for a nice increase is speed with an additional 1500rpm.
Rats!!! I can't believe March is sold out at the Texas mile,



2004 zx12 1290cc 191std HP 495 lbs
2014 zx14r 195sae HP 520 lbs
2014 Loring AFB 14 runs over 200mph
with a best of 208.1 in 1.5 miles
and 204.5 in the mile.
Now the Turbo 14R - best of 223.1 in the mile and 224.6 in the 1.5

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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
12/02/17 6:55 AM

The turbo is up to 224mph at 9800rpm I finally figured out the issue. Now it will revs to 11,500 if needed. I'm hoping for a nice increase is speed with an additional 1500rpm.

Awesome. I'd love to ride that bike. Are those mph over 210 on the dyno or have you actually ridden the bike that fast?

What did Shane have to say about the velocity stacks? I don't see the thread anymore over on 1441r.com.



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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
12/02/17 9:53 AM

Really silly ass question.....

Actually I did 224.6
one son Alan did 220
the other son Derek did 217
Shane did say he picked up one HP with all the short stacks.



2004 zx12 1290cc 191std HP 495 lbs
2014 zx14r 195sae HP 520 lbs
2014 Loring AFB 14 runs over 200mph
with a best of 208.1 in 1.5 miles
and 204.5 in the mile.
Now the Turbo 14R - best of 223.1 in the mile and 224.6 in the 1.5

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Rook


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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
12/02/17 12:43 PM

Your signature is a little misleading then. It should read "best of 224.6 in the 1.5, currently can only go 208.1 mph."

Shane did say he picked up one HP with all the short stacks.

Which is worth it for you guys.



'08 MIDNIGHT SAPPHIRE BLUE flies out, full Tsukigi Cannon exhaust, BMC race filter, Muzzy's block off plates, 17/45 gearing, PC5, Romans map, AT-200, Bonneville PRO, HM PLUS quickshifter, Factory Pro EVO Shift Star, RC's oil pump cover, Shorai 14A2 Lithium battery, Spiegler SS clutch and brake lines, HyperPro RSC steering damper, Vortex rearsets, Ohlins FGRT807 forks and KA544 shock, Carrazzeria Tri-R wheels, Pazzo levers.

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RE: Lsr aerodynamics
12/02/17 7:42 PM

lol
Your absolutely right
I need to correct it



2004 zx12 1290cc 191std HP 495 lbs
2014 zx14r 195sae HP 520 lbs
2014 Loring AFB 14 runs over 200mph
with a best of 208.1 in 1.5 miles
and 204.5 in the mile.
Now the Turbo 14R - best of 223.1 in the mile and 224.6 in the 1.5

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