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2003 Harley-Davidson VRSC A 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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1/4 Mile ET: 11.290
1/4 Mile MPH: 119.290
1/8 Mile ET: 7.290
1/8 Mile MPH: 97.390
0-60 Foot ET: 1.690
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Car Make: Harley-Davidson
Car Model: VRSC
Car Type: A
Car Year: 2003
Driver: John Weatherly
E-Mail: Private
Videos: VRSC Videos
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Torque @ wheels: 0.00
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Classifieds: VRSC For Sale
Parts: VRSC Parts


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 2003 Harley-Davidson VRSC A


 


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(Max)
This time slip has been in question for a long time. I have been to several all v-rod drag days and have never seen even the best riders match this time on a stock bike. John or he goes by the name ketsuogo on the net is known to stretch the truth a great deal so take it like a grain of salt. Average time for a very good rider and stock bike is high 11's or low 12's. You will find hours of film from KCIR and Moroso motorpark on v-rodforums.com to back this up. Now when it comes to modified naturally aspirated we have also seen as low as 9.105 @147 mph. Now this is a real v-rod time slip unlike this piece of fiction posted here. http://www.v-rodforums.com/gallery/files/1/Picture584_98299_original.jpg


(JW)
Max get a fu**** life. I couldn't care less what you think. Pomona is as fast a track as any and I am a very skilled rider. My time is in line with stock bike with 30t pulleys (mine isn't stock and I'm running a 28t) in the magazines. Your butt buddy Kaz went almost this quick at altitude and had a faster mph with a lightly modified Vrod as well. I don't see you questioning his time. Your transparent jealousy is pathetic!


(JW)
Here's a test of BONE stock '02 with the 30t pulley. "Once out of first gear, though, the 67.5-inched wheelbase V-Rod scampers away like a full-on sportbike. Use all that Revolution power and the Harley will lay down quarter-mile times in the 11.3-second range" http://www.biketestusa.com/Article_Page.aspx?ArticleID=47&Page=4


(White347lx)
LOL @ "Once out of first gear, though, the 67.5-inched wheelbase V-Rod scampers away like a full-on sportbike." Sorry, but 119 mph is NOT much of a sportbike, IMO.


(Dieter)
there is a similar time listed in a major bike magazine in the comparo section. Max is just another knowitall.Ignore the man.


(Max)
Dieter is correct. I have only been to designated track days with v-rods only three times now and watched hundreds of runs of stock v-rods. Never have I seen anyone else even with lighter wheels, smaller riders that are professional and lower gears duplicate this magical run. Dieter would you please give me a link or the issue of the magazine that duplicated this run with a stock bike? I have seen some high elevens posted but never an 11.29. Plain and simple the time sheet is fake and the poster of the time sheet has very questionable post all over the net. The knowitall. :)


(David)
I ran 13.6 friday in Co. at over 4000 ft. I could use some advice on my tire burn and reaction time. thanks


(tsram3500)
ok first of all i see intake cover is off = more air second i see computer upgrade = more fuel thirs i see v-mods exhaust = better exhale fourth i see 28t front pullet = better race setup and fifth i see 200 tire so its clearly not stock but not majorly modified so get over it with thoes mods that time is believable


(wyllybyrd)
Guys, I just ran my 2008 vrscaw completely stock except for an avon raceing tire with a time of 11.22@ 123.523 mph


(The Broker)
There is a YouTube with a guy running 11.23 at 117, a friend of mine ran 11.49 @119 he rides Busa's first time on my bike



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Tires: 200
Weight with driver (lbs): 0
Track: Pomona Raceway, CA, USA
 Record Modified: June 15th, 2005

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Over 80 dyno runs. Has made 124 wrhp.

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