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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-12-2009, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Braggin rights

Does anyone knows who has the most powerfull vn750 in this forum?
Even when its hard to measure, there has to be some kinda proof to crown someone with his braggin rights!

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I do. I'm first, take my word for it. Others will tell you they do, but they don't have the latest model turbo flux capacitor installed. The manufacturer always sends me the latest upgrade to see how it works.

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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Don't listen to flite. I do. I'm forced to take the backroads because if I cruise by someone my powerful exhaust will blow them off the road. I've also have to ride the brakes because she's got so much power, it's like a rocket if I let her loose.


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Installed Big Crank ETX15L Battery w/charger hookups
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New OEM clutch lever replaced after first tipover
Plan on: changing brake fluid, coastering, lubing splines, relocating R/R, new saddlebags, highway pegs, windshield.
Scratch that...make that getting her ready for sale. Nope, scratch THAT! I'm keeping her!
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I've also have to ride the brakes because she's got so much power, it's like a rocket if I let her loose.

I had that problem untill I had the transmission altered. Took out all the gears and just installed a single super low. Now she only top ends at 153, but that's fast enough for me. Was scarin' myself when I wound her out in 5th. Had to steer by instinct 'cause my eyes were closed! Trouble now is, she accellerates so fast I've swallowed my tongue twice, and my eyeballs are sore from bouncin' against my skull! Had to install a padded jewel rest on the seat to keep things together! But she's still the best!

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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1989 VN750 acquired December, 2008, 6,711 miles
Currently 23,298 miles

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These guys are full of it! I have a jet engine installed on the luggage rack and wings shoot out of the side covers. The parachute's stuffed in the toolbox...
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I do. Mine can lift 275 lbs and jump tall buildings and is bullet proof.

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Well, it's gotta be MY Vulcan. It's so fast that I have to call ahead to where ever I'm going to be sure I'm not there already!!

And Flitecontrol, I know you haven't gotten the newest Tri Turbo, Multi-Flux, Power Generating, Eco Friendly, Bio-fueled, Ultra Accelerating throttle cable, as I have the First generation prototype installed.
It's supposedly not available to the general public until sometime in late 2011.

But really, I'd have to guess Edalbris, from over in the UK. AFAIK, he's done the most internal mod work to his engine. But never heard what kind of extra power he's gotten out of it.


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This sounds like Fun.........Let Me try One.

My Bikes so Fast that before I get to the End of the Block I'm waking up the Day before and having to redo the Day over.

(Now just to get Mine Running)

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post #9 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-12-2009, 03:08 PM
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Please give me a brake, I mean seriously now.... Not a single one of you can top me, the last time I strutted my stuff with my lady we were traveling at 3046 feet per second. Now if anyone knows what a 7mm magnum muzzle velocity is they will also know that I AM FASTER by 11 feet per second, top that biotches. All I had to do to reach this status of superiority was install...... Nope not gunna tell any of you.

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I do. I have 1/8 mile times and speed to prove it. LOL


Thats an idea. If able to lets get to the track and get times and speeds and post here.

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