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post #31 of 34 Old 07-26-2013, 10:47 AM
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Actually no....all races are not topped out, as roadkill said, some are drag races which are short races where top speed has nothing to do with winning.

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That's about right for the raptor. Even stock for stock the xx is usually a quad or two ahead in the end even if they take the launch.
Being a drag guy, from my experience, stock for stock they are pretty much even, and the winner will depend on rider skill and bike setup.....you may be right about WOT top end runs...I have no idea what the top speed difference is between the two bikes stock is....

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I agree with ya there Rappy. Almost across the board, 450s vs 450s, to the 700s, stock for stock, it's more or less based on the rider as most put out the same numbers and what not. Maybe not top speed, but that is a different story.

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Being a drag guy, from my experience, stock for stock they are pretty much even, and the winner will depend on rider skill and bike setup.....you may be right about WOT top end runs...I have no idea what the top speed difference is between the two bikes stock is....

True, and by rider skill you are including the reaction time, cause that's where it's at if you ask me. It's all about the hole shot when bikes are close to same speed.

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Very True I suppose but up here in canada we have miles and miles of open fields, roads and trails. Never really have to worry about not having enough space to hit fifth. A race is a race.
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