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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2006, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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1/4 times on the ZX-6r?

Does anyone know the 636 quater times for an 05-06?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2006, 10:58 PM
 
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I dont have specifics but i read that they are supposa be mid 11's to low 12's. So I hope that helps
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2006, 11:08 PM
 
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mid 11s to low 12s??? lol..... not quite.

try mid 10s @ 130-135mph with a good rider.

low 12s is stock corvette territory....and i think a 600 ninja would wipe the floor with a stock vette or porsche from 0-130mph.

heck...my 04 cobra ran a 12.8 bone stock @ 114mph.

i think a BMW 1200 or a ZX1000 can run a mid 11 1/4.

im pretty sure most 600 supersports run the 1/4 at mid-high 10s at worst....usually mid 10s @ 130-135ish.....

and the 1000s are at mid-high 9s at 145ish.
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mid 11s to low 12s??? lol..... not quite.

try mid 10s @ 130-135mph with a good rider.

low 12s is stock corvette territory....and i think a 600 ninja would wipe the floor with a stock vette or porsche from 0-130mph.

heck...my 04 cobra ran a 12.8 bone stock @ 114mph.

i think a BMW 1200 or a ZX1000 can run a mid 11 1/4.

im pretty sure most 600 supersports run the 1/4 at mid-high 10s at worst....usually mid 10s @ 130-135ish.....

and the 1000s are at mid-high 9s at 145ish.
Sounds about right. A newbie might fall in the mid 11's

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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2006, 11:21 PM
 
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So sorry, I didnt have a clue what they ran I just went searching and thats what some dude had said. I would hope they ran faster than that, beings mine does. sorry
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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2006, 11:24 PM
 
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yea....to add to my earlier post...i want to agree that a newbie ....or even MOST guyz in the street...would probably run in the low 11s all day @ at least 120-125mph.

mid 10s are hard to come by on a 600...but esp with the current versions ....03-06....the power is there.....USUALLY..the best i see 7/10 times is 10.7-11.0 @ 127mph... obviously the hardest part is the launch....once rolling at 20mph....you can FULLY jump on the throttle of a 600 without backing off.


the ONLY person that has beaten me...or that i expect to keep losing to ...lol on the street...is my neighbors Z06 (600hp off the juice/700 on).....we were neck and neck from 30-100mph....but at around 110mph..he just pulled and pulled away...and by 150mph as per my speedo...he was AT LEAST 2buslengths ahead and continuing to pull. from 60mph rolls...he can hold off 1000s from passing him. our race was off the juice BTW...so he always has that 100 shot for 1000s that think they can win against his reg. 600hp.

**BUT....how often do you run into 600-650hp vettes on the street?.....

porsche 911s (even the turbos...under 140ish)...ferrari 360s....mustangs....whatever...unless HIGHLY modded...arent passing you!

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-26-2006, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
 
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I would believe it, there is a red ZR1 in my area that has just eaten my friends and I. That is the only car to beat me or one of us, and it always a Corvette!
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