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johnzx12


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posted December 26, 2009 01:32 AM        
2004 GSXR 1000

My friend has a 2004 gsxr 1000 with stock gearing - He would like to no what would be some good gearing for his weight-(320 POUND) stock motor-stock gears-stock lenght-might put some bolt on later- like to do roll on -on the high way

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Superman T


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posted January 11, 2010 03:34 AM        
Not much you can do considering weight and preference on roll ons on freeway! You may want to suggest -1 in the front sprocket and adding a tooth in the back if he was racing from a dead stop
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masszx14


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posted January 31, 2010 08:08 AM        
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Not much you can do considering weight and preference on roll ons on freeway! You may want to suggest -1 in the front sprocket and adding a tooth in the back if he was racing from a dead stop


On a serious note I'd suggest a lot of cardio workout and a nutritionist approved dieting.

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gsxrassassin


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posted March 12, 2010 10:21 AM        
If doing roll-ons, he's more for top speed riding. Either +1 in the front or -2 to -3 in the back. That will give him a little more top end but it will hurt acceleration.

On another note, the best ting he can do to impact his bike's performance is slim down. Is he a tall guy or a short guy? If he's tall and big it will REALLY hurt the performance of the bike because he's not able to tuck much out of the wind.

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Wheelie High


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posted October 27, 2010 11:08 AM        
320lbs huhh.. Straight up!.. Don't use the 1k... A Busa he may not be interested in but it'll work a lot better because of the torque and comfort! Trade it for the Busa unless he's going to get down to "atleast" 250lbs... Yeah that's another 70lbs away which aint gonna be easy so just start look'n the Busa over. You can't beat its versatility..
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evanwhitten


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posted May 07, 2012 12:58 PM        
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320lbs huhh.. Straight up!.. Don't use the 1k... A Busa he may not be interested in but it'll work a lot better because of the torque and comfort! Trade it for the Busa unless he's going to get down to "atleast" 250lbs... Yeah that's another 70lbs away which aint gonna be easy so just start look'n the Busa over. You can't beat its versatility..


Im 385lbs on 2002 zx12 its fun to ride and extremely comfortable. Just saying.......

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