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Stacy Smith Drag Bike Helmet Cam

Stacy Smith Drag Bike Helmet Cam. For more info on Stacy visit us on Facebook, MySpace or Twitter via www.yamahazsuzukioftexas.com Bike Info:Motorcycle: 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000 Engine mods: JE turbo pistons, standard bore, ceramic coated tops, Teflon coated skirts; Falicon Knife Rods; Exoticycle custom wrist pins; stock crankshaft; Koenig 1-1/2 inch billet oil pan, Vanson diaper; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo internal oil pressure modifications. Cylinder head: Ported and combustion chamber was modified for turbo use by Competitive Edge, the deck was surfaced and o-ringed (required for 500hp) by Exoticycle. Valve train is completely stock. turbocharger/electronics: Velocity Racing GT30 Stage III Super Street piggyback turbo kit, 54 mm inlet and Exhaust diameters, data-logging with Velocity Racing software; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo single-stage Boost controller; Stock ECU Clutch/Transmission: Falicon billet clutch basket; Exoticycle single-stage lockup clutch, Exoticycle clutch cover; stock, OEM transmission (bone stock absolutely no modifications). Chassis: Velocity Racing under-braced swingarm, yielding 64 inch wheelbase; G.M.D. Computrack shortened and re-valved factory forks, Olins by Brocks Performance Drag Shock Driveline: Vortex Cat-5 rear sprocket; Vortex front sprocket; Gold DID X-ring 530 VM chain Wheels/Tires: Stock OEM wheels; Michelin tires by Richies Tires: front - Michelin Pilot Power 120/60-17; Rear - Michelin Power Race (soft) 190/50-17 Brakes: Stock OEM calipers, rotors, pads and master cylinders; Galfer Steel Braided brake line Controls: Vortex rearsets; CRC Adjustable Roll-a-click levers; Exoticycle Air-Shifter Body: All stock except for rear hugger fender (stock from 92 Suzuki 1100); Zero Gravity double-bubble windscreen; custom-trimmed factory seat; Vortex mirror block-off Fuel: VP C-16 gasoline Numbers: 615 pounds with rider, 64-inch wheelbase, 3.5 inch ground clearance Best Performances: 1.359 60 foot; 5.08 1/8 mile; 7.60 1/4 mile at 202 mph Built by Exoticycle: Sarasota, Florida, 941-360-FAST


 


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Stacy Smith Dragbike Racing 2009 For more info on Stacy visit us on Facebook, MySpace or Twitter via www.yamahazsuzukioftexas.com Bike Info:Motorcycle: 2007 Suzuki GSXR 1000 Engine mods: JE turbo pistons, standard bore, ceramic coated tops, Teflon coated skirts; Falicon Knife Rods; Exoticycle custom wrist pins; stock crankshaft; Koenig 1-1/2 inch billet oil pan, Vanson diaper; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo internal oil pressure modifications. Cylinder head: Ported and combustion chamber was modified for turbo use by Competitive Edge, the deck was surfaced and o-ringed (required for 500hp) by Exoticycle. Valve train is completely stock. turbocharger/electronics: Velocity Racing GT30 Stage III Super Street piggyback turbo kit, 54 mm inlet and Exhaust diameters, data-logging with Velocity Racing software; Exoticycle Johnnie turbo single-stage Boost controller; Stock ECU Clutch/Transmission: Falicon billet clutch basket; Exoticycle single-stage lockup clutch, Exoticycle clutch cover; stock, OEM transmission (bone stock absolutely no modifications). Chassis: Velocity Racing under-braced swingarm, yielding 64 inch wheelbase; G.M.D. Computrack shortened and re-valved factory forks, Olins by Brocks Performance Drag Shock Driveline: Vortex Cat-5 rear sprocket; Vortex front sprocket; Gold DID X-ring 530 VM chain Wheels/Tires: Stock OEM wheels; Michelin tires by Richies Tires: front - Michelin Pilot Power 120/60-17; Rear - Michelin Power Race (soft) 190/50-17 Brakes: Stock OEM calipers, rotors, pads and master cylinders; Galfer Steel Braided brake line Controls: Vortex rearsets; CRC Adjustable Roll-a-click levers; Exoticycle Air-Shifter Body: All stock except for rear hugger fender (stock from 92 Suzuki 1100); Zero Gravity double-bubble windscreen; custom-trimmed factory seat; Vortex mirror block-off Fuel: VP C-16 gasoline Numbers: 615 pounds with rider, 64-inch wheelbase, 3.5 inch ground clearance Best Performances: 1.359 60 foot; 5.08 1/8 mile; 7.60 1/4 mile at 202 mph Built by Exoticycle: Sarasota, Florida, 941-360-FAST





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