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Which 2A bike is the FASTEST?


Which 2A bike is the FASTEST??  

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  1. 1. Which 2A bike is the FASTEST??



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Originally posted by hohosaint@Nov 23 2004, 01:54 PM

To be fair to minority... 2A faster bike's not listed here... To my knowledge... There're few more Suzuki Waterwolf in Singapore. Hence, 400cc 2 strokes waterwolf should be the fastest according to above Subject. But up to rider if skills are being brought up again.

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Originally posted by FPESIGD@Nov 23 2004, 12:53 AM

Juz curious abt wat u guys think abt the fastest 2A bike. These r the more common 2A bikes found on road. Vote for ur fastest bike now :thumb:

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Does anyone remember the old NSR400? Heard it was a 2 stroker. Should be quite powerful too.

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And not to forget to mention abt the TZR 250.. :thumb:

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Originally posted by MiCmAsta@Nov 23 2004, 09:23 AM

Wahahahaha... Thats what i'm trying to tell the Fella also... GET a Class 2 lah....

to each of its own bro. dis is juz a poll 2 find out wat other riders thot of 2A bikes. juz curious dats all. hope u dun mind. :thumb:

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Originally posted by MC28@Nov 23 2004, 02:49 PM

a 600cc handles the same like a 400cc onli bigger...

So Why spend more to upgrade??

 

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Originally posted by MC28@Nov 23 2004, 02:49 PM

a 600cc handles the same like a 400cc onli bigger...

 

Not really bigger (unless u talking about engine CCs).

 

But nowadays most current 600s weigh the same, or maybe even slightly less than the 400s on the market. But they have more engine power... better suspension, better brakes... all this translates to better handling and speed.

 

Basically current 600s are better than 400s in all aspects. No contest. There's no more further development of 400cc machines.

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Originally posted by DeusExMachina@Nov 24 2004, 11:11 AM

Not really bigger (unless u talking about engine CCs).

 

But nowadays most current 600s weigh the same, or maybe even slightly less than the 400s on the market. But they have more engine power... better suspension, better brakes... all this translates to better handling and speed.

 

Basically current 600s are better than 400s in all aspects. No contest. There's no more further development of 400cc machines.

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Originally posted by DeusExMachina@Nov 24 2004, 11:11 AM

Not really bigger (unless u talking about engine CCs).

 

But nowadays most current 600s weigh the same, or maybe even slightly less than the 400s on the market. But they have more engine power... better suspension, better brakes... all this translates to better handling and speed.

 

Basically current 600s are better than 400s in all aspects. No contest. There's no more further development of 400cc machines.

Ya u r not wrong by saying that. But again no matter how big or rather haw fast u bike is it still depend on the rider as i said earlier pls check back.:goodluck:

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Originally posted by tth_jeff@Nov 24 2004, 03:51 PM

Ya u r not wrong by saying that. But again no matter how big or rather haw fast u bike is it still depend on the rider as i said earlier pls check back.:goodluck:

not really..most rider generally have balls to go beyond 200 (provided u give him/her a straight road and a enough power bike) but in technical aspect like in the track den it's all up to the rider's ability..agree?

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You mean the rider's skills ? If you're talking about racing on track...then yes,it all depends on individual skills but racing on a straight road doesn't need much skills i presume.Correct me if i'm wrong :confused:

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Originally posted by MC28@Nov 24 2004, 04:07 PM

not really..most rider generally have balls to go beyond 200 (provided u give him/her a straight road and a enough power bike) but in technical aspect like in the track den it's all up to the rider's ability..agree?

Agreed :thumb:

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Originally posted by MC28@Nov 24 2004, 10:45 AM

to get the feeling of a cl2 bike which a 2a cant offer..

oh? U mean the feeling of been overtaken by class 2A bikes in a corner?

:cheeky: hehehe....jst kidding la.

To each his own yea? u relish upon your class 2 power, while we indulge in our 2A fun. Its all abt the Fun factor in the end for everyone.

 

 

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Posted on Nov 24 2004, 11:11 AM

 

.... most current 600s weigh the same, or maybe even slightly less than the 400s on the market. But they have more engine power... better suspension, better brakes... all this translates to better handling and speed.

 

Basically current 600s are better than 400s in all aspects. No contest. There's no more further development of 400cc machines.

 

I would'nt exactly say " no Contest" dude. dun be too quick to dismiss 400s or the 250s. The following is extracted from another webby,

 

 

 

This is as quoted from motorcyclelane.com

 

""Yet another good example of how RVF can dominate in the track, even competing with bigger bikes it's no problem. You can see this examples in the following videos send by Kris Dickenson, this was his first track day in Oulton Park circuit.

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Originally posted by Tommy028@Nov 24 2004, 08:14 PM

Our friend here are asking about 2A BIKES..............y need to say Class 2 bikes? :confused:

 

 

No Offence....:smile:

cos somebody way above me mention bout cl2 bikes? :lol:

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Originally posted by MC28@Nov 24 2004, 08:15 PM

cos somebody way above me mention bout cl2 bikes? :lol:

Aiya........doesnt mean monkey see monkey do..........right? Just keep to e topic ma....like i say............All are Riders........:cheer:

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Originally posted by Tommy028@Nov 24 2004, 08:18 PM

Aiya........doesnt mean monkey see monkey do..........right? Just keep to e topic ma....like i say............All are Riders........:cheer:

that's why..why muz compare top speed when it's juz something which u wana use to take u from places to places?

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Peace! Peace! Peace! No matter wat U ride, as long who is d rider on top of the bike, different ppl perform out different top speed n timing. So as long as U like d bike, take care of of it n make it a legend in d history. :thumb:

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Originally posted by kata_killer@Nov 24 2004, 09:01 PM

Peace! Peace! Peace! No matter wat U ride, as long who is d rider on top of the bike, different ppl perform out different top speed n timing. So as long as U like d bike, take care of of it n make it a legend in d history. :thumb:

yeah man,:thumb: Just one word do you haf d ball to roll it man....Is not just about top is how long you can mainten it man...Some rider care for they are bike but some dont...Straight road is too easy man try something special north south high way tat is something Different......A machine is to whack out of d fuk of them Whack Whack Whack and Whack Is not about 2a cl2 or 2b it depend Rider.................................Agree As i say Different Bike Different power and Different Rider lol

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