randygrein at comcast.net
Thu Sep 25 23:14:02 PDT 2008
Um, actually both Spokane and Pacific feature a downhill after turn 1.
It's mild and easy to miss the drop, but it has a big effect on speed
going into the first real corner, turn 2.
I'll pick up another 5-700 rpm between turn 1 and the entrance of 2.
Randy Grein, WMRRA #41
On Sep 25, 2008, at 5:00 PM, Chris Burgess wrote:
> The straight is completely flat. I have video of the track with the
> straight...I do not hit the rev limiter in the video but you'll hear
> me roll
> off just a tad. Let me find it and post up when I get home. Just
> don't make fun of the rest of my riding. :)
> On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 4:22 PM, Steve Robertson <srobertson at ssimicro.com
>> I used 10500 on the gearingcommander calculator and got 147mph.
>> Seems awful fast for a stock SV, unless you are going down hill
>> with a
>> strong tail wind.
>> My SV650 stock motor last year indicated 146mph at the end of Spokane
>>> Raceways. This is with a Michelin C front using the stock speedo
>>> Gearing was 15/44 with a Michelin Power Race 160 rear tire and I was
>>> at the rev limiter (had to roll off just a tad before turn 1 or it
>>> rev limiter mid corner)
>>> No idea how far off it is but the front tire is a bigger tire than
>>> tire which unless I am incorrect means the speedo is going to read
>>> compared to stock.
>>> Anybody have guesses on what the real speed was?
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