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MisterSprinkles
04-20-2008, 12:46 AM
So, I usually top out @ 78. Always have. I did with the stock pipe and 6 grm rollers, and I usually do with the Gianelli Reverse and 7.2grm rollers (which I suspect are still 6.8 and my dealler messed up but anyways...)

today, for some reason, as I WOT'd from a stoplight, the bike decided to open up like Popeye on that big guy with the beard. I did 0-50kph in FOUR seconds (I'm not joking- it was rediculous) and hit 90kph (55MPH) --and it was STILL pulling, I had to slow down because I was coming up on a cop- and to make it even WEIRDER I was on St Clair Ave East- which is very twisty, relatively speaking, and poorly paved... This was on a FLAT stretch of road- and included a 10 degree incline from 60-70kph

canyondancer
04-20-2008, 02:17 AM
That was one hell of a tailwind wasn't it?

muchacho
04-20-2008, 03:39 AM
enjoy the gianelli

clsmooth
04-20-2008, 04:26 AM
I once hit 98 km/h going down a huge, long hill.

MisterSprinkles
04-20-2008, 10:38 AM
That was one hell of a tailwind wasn't it?

NO! It wasn't! That's the thing!

William the Third
04-20-2008, 10:58 AM
I've got up to 62 MPH (100 KM/H) going down hill. I've done 54 MPH (87 KM/H) on a flat before.

muchacho
04-20-2008, 11:20 AM
My records are 92kh/h on a flat (northbound on Bayview extension), 95km/h on a flat behind a motor home, and 102km/h downhill.

clsmooth
04-20-2008, 12:13 PM
How did the bike feel for you at those speeds?
It still felt very confident and re-assuring at those speeds. The most I've done on a flat is about 85 km/h I think. When the air's just right, the wind's at my back, and the bike is in just the right mood.

MisterSprinkles
04-20-2008, 05:35 PM
How did the bike feel for you at those speeds?
It still felt very confident and re-assuring at those speeds. The most I've done on a flat is about 85 km/h I think. When the air's just right, the wind's at my back, and the bike is in just the right mood.

ya thats the magic word- the mood. Sometimes it just doesnt want to punch it for some reason...

It felt extremely stable at 90- I imagine it'd feel stable through 100-110 I've heard from someone who made a rediculously fast SR that it starts to suck at about 115 and you can't turn it very well- at all- over 125. His SR topped out @ 130 and change...

muchacho
04-20-2008, 07:33 PM
ya thats the magic word- the mood. Sometimes it just doesnt want to punch it for some reason...

It felt extremely stable at 90- I imagine it'd feel stable through 100-110 I've heard from someone who made a rediculously fast SR that it starts to suck at about 115 and you can't turn it very well- at all- over 125. His SR topped out @ 130 and change...

What RPMs are you running?

MisterSprinkles
04-20-2008, 07:36 PM
What RPMs are you running?

10 000 @ 90km/h

9500 @ 85km/h

9100@ 80Km/h

8500@ 76Km/h

muchacho
04-20-2008, 08:33 PM
10 000 @ 90km/h

9500 @ 85km/h

9100@ 80Km/h

8500@ 76Km/h

Have you noticed how after 9000RPM the bike just wants to fly? It's like there is lots of power up there (even 10000) but I know everyone says there shouldn't.

BTW, I have another top speed record: 98 km/h downhill with 2.75 people.

NSX-Thao
04-21-2008, 12:52 PM
I hit top speed 59 mph on mine in about ten seconds maybe even less. It has loads of acceleration. I need gears. Mostly stock except for rollers and jolly moto pipe.

My malaguti F12 Ducati corse Fogerty replica, tops out at 74 mph. Polini kitted 70cc. fully built

Ciudale
04-21-2008, 01:29 PM
I hit top speed 59 mph on mine in about ten seconds maybe even less. It has loads of acceleration. I need gears. Mostly stock except for rollers and jolly moto pipe.

My malaguti F12 Ducati corse Fogerty replica, tops out at 74 mph. Polini kitted 70cc. fully built

Only with the JollyMoto, thats pretty impressive. Could you make a video, we absolutely want to see that !

MisterSprinkles
04-21-2008, 02:03 PM
Have you noticed how after 9000RPM the bike just wants to fly? It's like there is lots of power up there (even 10000) but I know everyone says there shouldn't.

BTW, I have another top speed record: 98 km/h downhill with 2.75 people.

How'd you fit the last person on the back?

And what did you do with their legs? Under the seat? How'd you make .75 of a person?

Yes I agree if you can push it over 9000 it has quite a lot of pull up through 10 000 for some reason.

muchacho
04-21-2008, 03:19 PM
How'd you fit the last person on the back?

And what did you do with their legs? Under the seat? How'd you make .75 of a person?

Pregnant Wife


Yes I agree if you can push it over 9000 it has quite a lot of pull up through 10 000 for some reason. I hope some others can verify this as well, it seems like the bike is pretty strong in the 9-10K RPM range. Sometimes I wish the variator was diiferent because it climbs to 9000 normally, but it hangs there until you pick up enough speed to get to 10000. Maybe a little bit taller variator.

NSX-Thao
04-21-2008, 06:00 PM
Only with the JollyMoto, thats pretty impressive. Could you make a video, we absolutely want to see that !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rZDu-e0RwE

That's all I have. I let my friend ride the scoot. I raced 0 to 60 in the NSX. Hard to be able to record myself riding.

MisterSprinkles
04-21-2008, 10:55 PM
Pregnant Wife



:banana: CONGRATULATIONS


I'm so happy for you!

When are you expecting? Do you know if it's a boy or girl?

That's fantastic!:plus:

muchacho
04-21-2008, 10:56 PM
:banana: CONGRATULATIONS


I'm so happy for you!

When are you expecting? Do you know if it's a boy or girl?

That's fantastic!:plus:

You guys are supposed to tell me I'm nuts, but thanks for the congrats.

William the Third
04-21-2008, 11:01 PM
You guys are supposed to tell me I'm nuts, but thanks for the congrats.
I thought about posting and asking WTF were you thinking... but I just let it pass.

MisterSprinkles
04-22-2008, 02:28 PM
You guys are supposed to tell me I'm nuts, but thanks for the congrats.

Well I figured putting a pregnant woman on an unenclosed relatively unsafe vehicle was nuts enough in and of itself so as to not warrant my further comment.

Also its none of my business really. :)

My Grandmother fell off her vespa back in 1965 when she was pregnant with my uncle and he's a bit of a strange guy. Not sure if the two are related... just saying...

da ude
04-23-2008, 12:05 AM
Congrats Muchacho, take care of the little lady and enjoy your blessing!


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Deefourtay
04-24-2008, 02:09 PM
I weigh 115 pounds. I go over 50 MPH residential streets in no time and 58 mph on flats/slight slopes everyday. I hit low 60's down super steep hills. My 2003 Morini Ditech is stock.. Just removed the paper layer on the filter and that's it!

-RYAN

jackstrath
04-24-2008, 02:51 PM
i had 68mph out off mine (im 100kg) but the hill i didi it down was 2 miles long and a easy 15 gradent on it ,

needlest to say at that speed my injector light started to flash and my bike blew up ! lol causing me to snap my belt and locking up the back wheel! (doh! lol ) scary but fun!

(bike was completly standerd but had been fully deristricted)