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post #91 of 95 (permalink) Old 10-16-2020, 05:18 AM
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Exactly.. go to a strip and see all the interesting modded bikes, I would love to see a 9 second FJR... speed cost money... how fast do you want to go.. all I would ask is to take video and post. I for one would love to see a turbo feejayer.. or a NOS set up, I see nothing wrong with making a 1 of a kind super sport tourer. Good luck and have fun.


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When I grew up it was, "How fast can you afford to go?"
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When I grew up it was, "How fast can you afford to go?"
Related....cubic dollars beats cubic inches!
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Exactly.. go to a strip and see all the interesting modded bikes, I would love to see a 9 second FJR... speed cost money... how fast do you want to go.. all I would ask is to take video and post. I for one would love to see a turbo feejayer.. or a NOS set up, I see nothing wrong with making a 1 of a kind super sport tourer. Good luck and have fun.


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I used to have a machinist friend that turbocharged his Goldwing ..he even put a boost knob on the side that he could turn it up with a screwdriver ..
Back then the Magna was one of the fastest bikes and his Wing would blow it away ( also owned by one of my friends )

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Manifold pressure is really the only way to make more power with the FJR mill.

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