Thats funnyDepends on how much peak torque you got matt. This bike must be slow in theory in which (e=mc+435 maximum bmp + heat - blow down - theoretically imperfect cylinders ++-- 191 exhaust 130 intake = 91 hp of slow broad torque) So I think you need to go back to the drawing board and make some changes, or you going to run into my 4 mill with trinity [censored] whoopin pipes in Oregon if you come up this year.
145lb rider and pretty much a stock bike. Aluminum axle and spindle mount wheels. With a 210 lb rider (me) the bike runs 70mph. We also have a stock stroke 68mm cub that we are working on and expect it to run 78-80 at dumont in a stock chassisThat is an impressive 350! What was the bike/rider combo in lbs that ran 75mph up the hill? Any idea what converting to a full drag cub would net you HP/tq wise?
This bike has off the shelf inframe small bores with optional black silencersAre you guys running your "off the shelf OOF" pipes on this bike or does it have some "one off" pipes on it?
Knowing you........it probably has some shelf pipes with "minor tweaks", right? LOL
On the slower bikes its about 2mph faster at dumont but the big bikes are faster on olds cuz the hill is longer and they can stretch there legs more.That is awesome Matt!!!!
Thanks for sharing.
Dyno sheet, test and tune, specs, pics, mph, and videos. That is how it is done. Now just pm me the port layout and dome specs and this post will be perfect.
How does that hill compare to Olds? I have not had a chance to make it out to Dumont yet. The best I ever could do at Olds with my 492 cheetah on gas was 70 mph. My 4mil DM wouldn't go over 70 mph either at Olds. It was ungroomed but still.