Killacycle Battery Power Drag Bike 0-60 0.8 seconds
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Killacycle Battery Power Drag Bike 0-60 0.8 seconds. 990x A123 M1 cells out
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modified windings) = 350hp Electric Vehicle.
Buick Grand National vs Honda Civic Hatchback
Both cars are modified (Civic way more than GN). Civic got a short head
start but the GN still won.
GN ran 12.0 at 111mph
Civic ran 12.9 at 108mph
This was at PIR (Portland International Raceway).
The fastest bike
The Suzuki GSX1300R, also known as the Hayabusa (隼), is a hypersport
motorcycle made by Suzuki. It has a 1299 cc inline-4 engine typically rated
between 150 and 180 bhp (110 to 132 kW), and was consistently tested as the
quickest and fastest production motorcycle in the world circa 2000 (see
Cycleworld June 2000, Performance Bikes June 2000, Sportbike Magazine June
2000, Motorcyclist Magazine June 2000, Bikenet Online, Bike Magazine - UK,
May 2000, and others around the world).
When introduced for the 1999 model year, the Hayabusa was an unadulterated
speed machine. This edge has been dulled only a little in subsequent model
years (2001 and later) by an electronic speed limiter when the major
Japanese motorcycle manufacturers realized that the power and speed wars
among flagship sportbikes would not end and would eventually lead to
increased government regulation, an unfavorable public image (due to more
fatal accidents or higher insurance premiums), or both. The top speed of
all Hayabusa motorcycles since then has been limited by the onboard
computer to 300 km/h (186 mph).
A stock Hayabusa (with a professional rider) will run a sub-10 second
quarter mile with trap speeds approaching 150 mph (240 km/h). Many top
speed enthusiasts modify the motorcycle with turbochargers, and turbocharged Hayabusas hold many top speed
records, including the FIM 1350cc world record of 252.832 mph (406.894
km/h). This is the fastest timed average (two way) anywhere in the world
for an open wheel motorcycle, and the fastest AMA US record for an open
wheel bike. During the record pass the onboard GPS recorded 261 mph (420
km/h) as a top measured speed.