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Your definition of HIGH mph is subjective. What you consider FAST others would consider SLOW.

What is objective is the subject line of the thread: World's Fastest Ninja 250. And you can spare me the whole back in the day blah blah blah. We're here and now. I did the run on 1988 technology but I don't feel the need to lean on that as a crutch if I didn't go as fast as I wanted to.

You aren't the only one who's been on a race course.



Keep on fishing buddy. Like I said you ain't no shotcaller. If you're calling me out you'd run me on my terms. And since the subject at hand is World's Fastest come out and prove something.

I got my records so far, all on stock pistons, crank, rods, & compression. So there's a lot left on the table. Don't talk me to death with inuendos and theoretical banter.

Come out and race me or move on, its really that simple. Go drop a little coin on a cheap beater ass Ninja 250 and lets see what you can do. Relatively minimal investment....go slap on your 18 air filters and lets see what it does. But you won't. You'll sit here and keep trolling.

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hubz have you ever done 200mph?i have not just wandering if the 250 has done a higher top speed than your 14?
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Max, about 170's where I don't need or have a place to WOT 186. It's hard to talk to someone that still uses their rear brakes, can't converse engine theory, and now I'm simply asking what the term back pressure means.

You figure the challenge is mute because I have an obligation where I don't have the luxury to hang out the life at 60 just to prove I can hang with the tiny peckers. LOL

Now, if I could get ship to answer one of the 7-UP's maybe he's all fluked up. I got Warp looking stupid cause he won't take a stab at going fast and what it takes. I'm just lapping your azz in the bench race of it.

Got 44 websites that have yet to take a stab at the 7-UP. I'm not trolling. I'm collecting bench racing trophies if ol corvette Hib can't MAS the air flow abstract, I figure fluke might give it a shot. Show if those were won fluked or book savvy'd?
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Max, about 170's where I don't need or have a place to WOT 186. It's hard to talk to someone that still uses their rear brakes, can't converse engine theory, and now I'm simply asking what the term back pressure means.

You figure the challenge is mute because I have an obligation where I don't have the luxury to hang out the life at 60 just to prove I can hang with the tiny peckers. LOL

Now, if I could get ship to answer one of the 7-UP's maybe he's all fluked up. I got Warp looking stupid cause he won't take a stab at going fast and what it takes. I'm just lapping your azz in the bench race of it.

Got 44 websites that have yet to take a stab at the 7-UP. I'm not trolling. I'm collecting bench racing trophies if ol corvette Hib can't MAS the air flow abstract, I figure fluke might give it a shot. Show if those were won fluked or book savvy'd?
Who said I can't MAS the air flow abstract? and I'm more of a maverick, not a corvette.

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Who said I can't MAS the air flow abstract? and I'm more of a maverick, not a corvette.
Hibs? I think I spelled Hibs without the "S." Unless you are some corvette guru with ashit load of tech articles and now I question the walk of the corvette MAS, for 'mass air flow sensor.' So, if you do not get the walk right in one article, what do you think that back brake looks like and all the other info in the walk?

Fluking idiots did not give me a chance like you can take your rules and use your own rules for you. I don't understand where there are rules to send you off in the bushes at 200+ come take your line?

You showed a photo with tail lights and winkers taped with a license plate? I'm shaking down for some endurance race or someplace cross country, I gotta keep leaning on the old like nothing has changed in my head as if it was yeast tear day we go play.

Here we go, your rule is a beater? I do not buy beaters to race. I'm catching your setup and it sounds more scary now. No offense. I doubt you could walk the MAS let alone a 7-UP sip.

Yep, wear out ever I go, I bump into the same guys riding or driving. And you wonder where your trophy went, when you trailer down your trash with... Are you going to present a beater to the line?
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a mass air flow sensor is usually abbreviated MAF.
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hubz, i bet you think this is a good idea to huh?

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Hibs, To push a bike to achieve the 200 mark, you need WOT? And yes, I would use the hot heat to heat the gas even more. Is that what you mean? It's already been done. And a very high mile to gallon in fact. Yep, heat the gas before entry and she is even more in the expansion chamber.

Hibs, WATT exactly does the MAS do? And why call it mass?
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Max, about 170's where I don't need or have a place to WOT 186. It's hard to talk to someone that still uses their rear brakes, can't converse engine theory, and now I'm simply asking what the term back pressure means.

You figure the challenge is mute because I have an obligation where I don't have the luxury to hang out the life at 60 just to prove I can hang with the tiny peckers. LOL

Now, if I could get ship to answer one of the 7-UP's maybe he's all fluked up. I got Warp looking stupid cause he won't take a stab at going fast and what it takes. I'm just lapping your azz in the bench race of it.

Got 44 websites that have yet to take a stab at the 7-UP. I'm not trolling. I'm collecting bench racing trophies if ol corvette Hib can't MAS the air flow abstract, I figure fluke might give it a shot. Show if those were won fluked or book savvy'd?
There is a difference between "can't" and "won't" discuss engine theory with you. You don't accidentally grab records on virtually stock motors without having an idea of what it is you're doing and setup. Why would I share that information with you? Why should I share it with you?

Yeah that F2 had a plate on it, which I think emphasized the point even further, it was 100% a street vehicle. I've also done it on a track bike, a Suzuki 600. But somehow I've got to upload that too...what....for "cred" from you? Again, where did you get the idea you were somehow the resident shotcaller?

You keep trying, different angles, different twists, but its all the same twisted shit in the end. If you're looking to banter theory I'm sure there are websites you can go to for that. I don't really bench race. Sometimes there are discussions where we all compare and contrast different possibilities in terms of setup or "12 vs 14", thats fine. But an anonymous troll who's beating his chest about how he went 170 means absolutely ZERO to me. Maybe to others, maybe to your old race buddies you can sit back and remember the good ol' days. But I'm far from retired. Why are you leaning on your age as a crutch? I know 2 guys with built ZX-12s that ride them, OLD guys, one of the bikes has gone 203.6 at Maxton. So cut the shit man, if you have such superior knowledge and are truely leaps and bounds ahead of me why not come PROVE IT in the REAL WORLD, not in bongsmoke theory playground world?

I'll even extend the offer to running you on the streets, 9/10ths or standing mile. Come on....170...its just like 200, isn't it? How hard can it be, just going fast in a straight line. You just shift at redline and pin it. YEAH! Its that easy, even an 60 year old ex-roadracer could do it. The funny thing is there are probably multiple mistakes you would make coming out and doing LSR, just like ANY NOOB WOULD WHEN THEY ENTERED ANOTHER FORM OF RACING. And as for rear brakes, ironically my race 250 ONLY has rear brakes, how about that gramps?

So get up old man, dust off those old leathers and bring out what you got. And nevermind the fact that I've probably gone over 200 in more states than you've done 170. It doesn't matter, right?

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If you only knew. If I had body wit mind, I would not be pulling your chain but in some pit where I'd be all over that salt and wiggling in it. Sure sounds like fun. You're right, to us soul searchers, 200+ or 170 and change are a few seconds away, no bird stays in flight for life.

The point is, what I know now off the 20 air cleaner bike, I can't use. I think I've won more with less. It's not that the mind is not ready to eat your ass all up, I've taken toll on body, buddy. Way too many tumble trying to stay ahead of saps like you to give me some kind of trouble today. It sure is not age holding me back.

You gonna pay for body just because I know trick for tat? You gonna take care of my family I'm even more useless now sitting in some wheelchair bound? I can only fly off bike so many times you live an learn.

Sea, slider, if we play bye my rules, you are out in the weeds one more time we lock the brakes at 200+. And if you think I can't at 100+, I'll take that bet you want to die bye some rules you play pen in mine we sign the dotted line.

And here is one for ya that I can't use. I would have oil leveled your ass is grass. Take that to the bank, slipspeed.
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Let me get this straight? You're in a wheelchair? Well, I guess we're done here. You won't be racing me, ever, so I guess that settles it.

Later.

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ship, I'm not taking away your achievements. It's etched in stone. I still say the best can be beaten and I have that pithink you think you got game.

Stay loose...
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Anyone can be beat under the proper circumstances. Given the fact that the vast majority of my records were with very little money, very little sleep, poor diet and virtually stock motors I know I've left at least something on the table. Thats fine, but I'm not done either. They can always be re-bumped back up as I have no intention of selling either racebike. I never said I was the best and of course, everyone has taken an L here and there. But I'm proud of what I've achieved on scratch and dent bikes, all things considered. I look forward to pushing both bikes to the next level. The only think that holds me back is money.

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