Camcorders have a low frame-rate & therefor a poor perception of speed. They simply cannot record the lines fast enough! (& i know)Dark Evo said:seen it before and I think it's bullsh1t.
No way is it doing 220mph, look at the dashed white lines.
haha ok mate. I'm not doubting the bike is capable of silly speeds but the vid looks wrong. Even when he slows to a ton the lines on the road are like 2 seconds apart lolDark Destroyer said:Camcorders have a low frame-rate & therefor a poor perception of speed. They simply cannot record the lines fast enough! (& i know)
1st - 80mph @ 10000rpm
2nd - 110mph @ 9500rpm
3rd - 130mph @ 9000rpm
(short-shifting so not to flip it)
Then he puts the front wheel down...
4th - 185mph @ 10500rpm
5th - 205mph @ 10500rpm
6th - 220mph @ 10000rpm
Keeps going to 11k but the speedo cant go NE further!
Looking @ the run-down in 6th...1k is worth 20mph. Speed v revs in each gear appear to be correct...
Law permits a +10%/-0% speedo correction. Lets take an average (+5%)...
Thats a healthy 228mph!
Its the 400 odd BHP that get it there so god damn fast! Now, if he just fitted a wheelie bar...
May have mest around with the sprockets, which will make your speedo say your going faster :coolsm:mojo said:Hope my maths is up to this.
At 220 mph the distance travelled in 1 second would be 107.5 yards
If you look at the video he passes a side road on the left ( second one) - guessing that the width of the side road is 20 ? yards at the point it joins and he takes almost a second to pass from side to side.
It doesn't add up to 220+ mph
I think its a fix