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110 rwhp 88cid Buell S1

Here's my -98 Buell S1 Lightning on a mobile Dyno. A famous finnish drag racer Tuoppi is pulling a 110 rear wheel horsepower pass. That combined with over 130 Nm (95 ft.lbs) of torque makes this a hell of a bike to ride!


 


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Burnout on a Buell S1 1450 cc 110 rwhp
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'97 Buell Lightining S1 Review
Richard Hammond reviews the 1997 Buell Lighting S1 - An American Bike





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BUELL BUILD IN TIME LAPSE
My father Lowell Schlafmann and I (Travis Schlafmann) converted my 1999 Buel X1 lightning into a chopper drag bike. I filmed it in interval record time lapse and played it back at speeds ranging form 1000x to 6000x the original speed. Hope you enjoy . The bike is awesome and runs great!





Erik Buell - Buell Crew Hamburg - 2011 Christmas Party Greetings
Erik's greeting for the Christmas Party 2011 of Buell Crew Hamburg





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Roland Sands BuHell Straight Pipes
Roland Sands fires up some straight pipes on the BuHell (Buell) at the Streets of Willow





1997 Buell lightning S1 warmup and burnouts
this is a 97 Buell with Race tires super sticky, NOS system 3/4 throttle, Supertrapp exaust ,carbon fiber air cleaner, K&N filter and Brembo brakes just to name a few of the mods Its tough getting these tires to burn for long they just want to hook up Ill have better burnouts to come plus I was trying to not piss the neighbors off too much!





Buell S1
Buell S1





Buell S1





Buell Firebolt Drag Race (vs. R6)
Me on my 2004 Buell XB12R for the first time at the drags... Well, first time on a bike at the drags in general! Overall, very happy with my results; I was expecting a 12.20 best. The dragway is 90ft above sea level, and it was about 90+ degrees. Gonna put down some good times this fall! PS, the R6 rider was on his first 2 races at the track, so I'm sure the bike's good for better times... Though maybe not better than mine :-) Made 3 passes: 12.18 @ 111mph 12.01 @ 113mph 11.87 @ 114mph The bike's basically stock, with the exception of a K&N air filter, Jardine Exhaust, XB9R headers, and an ECMSpy tune I did myself. 635 lbs with me on it (I weigh 195 with gear). PS: Sorry about the blurry 2nd run, my girlfriend wasn't very used to my camera. Still better than nothing!




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