never been to the track before but nice runs.
Being bikes has nothing to do with it.Billy said:
Being bikes has nothing to do with it. That was all rider. It was our first time ever at a strip and I still wasnt used to the Xmas tree.Billy said:
Thats a foul. .500 is perfect, anything less and you jumped the gun.WesR6 said:A buddy on a R1 would have .4 Reaction times consistantly but he had been to a strip before.
NHRA standard is .000 as a perfect light. Some tracks are still using the .400/.500 perfect light system.Sirkbac said:Thats a foul. .500 is perfect, anything less and you jumped the gun.
Pretty nice 1/4. With a 929 tho, I think you can squeeze a little more out of it and get into the 10's. Any mods?Sirkbac said:Link to 1/4 times.
Well, here is about every time I've run on the bike....good and bad. Don't make too much fun of me. I'm not very good at it, but I have a good time so thats all that matters.
As far as reaction time, I've nailed a few .500 or close reactions on the 929. All depends on how much focus you have when the lights drop. Lately I'm not even trying for the .500 reaction, just to get off the line cleanly. But I still suck.
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Awesome time.....now I see why! Any mods on your 12R? I've seen a local 12R (I believe) at the drag with NOS, he was running the same times you have.Matt Sterbator said:2000 ZX-12R (the faster green color)
Yeah, the bike is much faster than I am. I'm not a very agressive rider.ZeuSeason said:Pretty nice 1/4. With a 929 tho, I think you can squeeze a little more out of it and get into the 10's. Any mods?
I guess he has not drag raced a bike! Most of the guys and ladies I do the track thing with range from .400 (Perfect) to .660's. With machines like TOP GAS rides to NINJA 250, STREET E/T machines!Billy said: