I would suggest saving a little more and going for a more modern bike. You might spend money on different parts but end up frustrated only achieving the bare minimum power. Though, you can update whatever solution you used for it can be helpful.
Getting power out of a normally aspirated engine costs money. A lot of money can be spent for pretty small gains. You can improve the intake and exhaust and spend hundreds of dollars to get 6-10 Hp. It may breath better and be more responsive, but it won't actually have a lot more power. The old line of: there is no replacement for displacement applies unless you want to force air/fuel into the engine. I.E. turbocharging or supercharging. (technically a turbo is just an exhaust driven supercharger). Nitrous is really not a street application. All the other tricks for making power require machining and engine building techniques. Forget about things like booster plugs and power commanders, to get meaningful results from those you really need other mods first so the extra fuel gives real benefits.
The cheapest way to get more power is to buy a larger size bike. There are lots of cheap deals in the Winter.
Yeah if you really want more power then buy at least a newer model bike with more HP. Just like my old multimeter, to add features I dont have to upgrade its software, I just have to a buy a new one like this Fluke 323 Multemeter I found at Fluke 323 Review 2019[True RMS Clamp Meter]
Im no rocket scientist, and I dont know if you could even compare G's to a motorcycle. But if someone knows a little something.....how many G's could a 600-1k sportbike pull...whether that be accelerating out of a turn or flat out balls to the wall accleration in a straight line.
I'm kinda hoping this will turn into a mega thread, but you bastards are an unpredictable lot. :P
Simply brag about your bike(s) and maybe chuck in the latest pic of it, not a whole fucking catalog, mind you. I've seen threads like these, even stickied, on a lot of forums. *wink wink JK/AC*...
This is a wild card tag game. Basic rules are:
You must ride to tag
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You can use a tag that ends in the same letter, but it's not preferred.
You can use any word in the pic, or any concept or thing in the pic, you just...