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CCS Expert for me next year will be about learning....

Seeing as I have to race Stefano Mesa, Huntley Nash, Eric Wood, Santiago Villa, and a mix of various Moto2 racers/South American national champs that pop over from time to time....

It should be interesting to say the least, but it'll help develop my skillset IMHO...

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Believe it or not the bike was only about 95% at Daytona as I crashed and broke the race stator cover in practice and had to run the stocker which drops 3whp/1.5 wtq dyno confirmed!

Basically it's a 2011 engine with a SS topend
.010 milled head and a .065 gasket, valve job
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The bike made 119.85whp/49.2wtq on a very stingy dyno. Only one other 600 has made 120 on this particular dyno with many AMA R6's making in the 112-118 whp range so yeah she's a strong runner.....


That's nice! I wanted to toss in some compression and some other motor work as well that still keeps me SS legal. So what compression ratio is that motor running now? Yea I bet that drive out of the corner is freaking sweet!



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CCS Expert for me next year will be about learning....

Seeing as I have to race Stefano Mesa, Huntley Nash, Eric Wood, Santiago Villa, and a mix of various Moto2 racers/South American national champs that pop over from time to time....

It should be interesting to say the least, but it'll help develop my skillset IMHO...

Have you been to any riding schools?



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Never attended a riding school....I've been riding motorcycles most of my life....I bought my first street bike in June 08'...then started doing track days in early 09'....

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Never attended a riding school....I've been riding motorcycles most of my life....I bought my first street bike in June 08'...then started doing track days in early 09'....

Nice it's always interesting to see the difference in people who don't attend/ vs attend schools and see how they race.



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Congratulations on your race season and Daytona ROC performance, saw the results on Roadracing World. Good luck next year in the expert ranks, take the time to adjust and don't pressure yourself for results, the step up takes some adjustment. Racing improves your riding more than track days ever will, different mind set totally, more commitment and aggression is required. Once again, big thumbs up and congradulations.
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Congrats on the victory and future victories! Those banks look scary as hell, especially when you were passing people swaying around. Any idea what speed you were getting to on those banks/straights.

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I was running 17/45 and hitting the limiter just before start finish....I think the speedo said 178, but we all know that they're inaccurate....

All I know is +1,-2 and hitting the limiter is fast!

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