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knuck39
06-08-2013, 6:29 PM
+why old guys still rule..;-).

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BadMonkeyMW
06-08-2013, 7:13 PM
At least this hasn't been posted here 20 times already........

Massyamaha
06-09-2013, 6:28 PM
At least this hasn't been posted here 20 times already........

Dont hate..Its always someones first time

BuddhahoodVato
06-09-2013, 7:09 PM
Very kewl, thanks

blackesthart
06-09-2013, 7:30 PM
doesn't matter how many times it gets posted here I watch it every time

dooder
06-09-2013, 7:52 PM
at the risk of sounding like an idiot, what's the deal with the video?
real?
faked?
bad rider on the sport bike?

Redhorsetattoo
06-09-2013, 8:02 PM
Low end torque and a light chop make for fast short distance?

disturbed1
06-09-2013, 10:39 PM
and a guy that knows how to use it,

pointdogg48
06-09-2013, 11:18 PM
i watched it for the 10th time and hildo still owns :killerjob:

davidabl
06-10-2013, 12:57 AM
+why old guys still rule..;-).

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If I'm not mistaken the first use of extended forks (to get extended wheelbases, duh) was on drag bikes back in the early 1950's...at least on the West Coast of the US.
Folks, this I think this video is an example of why long wheelbases rule..for drag racing.
The dude can get all 70 hp on the ground vs whatever small proportion of it's 180 hp the Fireblade can get down on a standing start without doing a wheelie...

davidabl
06-10-2013, 1:14 AM
Rider expertise at the particular event also plays a role.and having MUCH more warmed up tires.
If the riders switched bikes the results might also change...

NeoDutch
06-10-2013, 1:27 AM
Clicketty Click from 2011 (http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14886)

Clicketty Click from Jan 2012 (http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?p=256876)

Clicketty Click from Oct 2012 (http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24043)

davidabl
06-10-2013, 1:37 AM
That too.

"grab his lane and don't let him past and win the race...."

crush1776
06-10-2013, 3:33 PM
Neodutch: multiboard repost police. I had not seen this vid before, so I'm glad knuck put it up.

karkonnen
06-10-2013, 3:58 PM
It never gets old.

I think the old mans experience helped, but I think the young guys naivety about riding, and the characterstics different engine configurations have in regards to riding was the main issue.

I do think that a switch of the riders from one bike to the other, however, would find the same results.

ragnarok
06-11-2013, 3:22 AM
they hit the top of 2nd? if that?

they stayed in right in the RPM range where that vtwin makes all of its power

aephilli
06-14-2013, 10:22 AM
doesn't matter how many times it gets posted here i watch it every time

this^^^

disturbed1
06-14-2013, 10:42 AM
they hit the top of 2nd? if that?

they stayed in right in the RPM range where that vtwin makes all of its power

they had an agreed race from A to B the C B R lost end of story , id say he was lucky hildo knew the story & only wanted to teach the guy a lesson , not win his pink slip

chief
06-14-2013, 9:32 PM
at the risk of sounding like an idiot, what's the deal with the video?
real?
faked?
bad rider on the sport bike?

yep
nope
sortoff..


although i,ve seen this vid a gazilion times. (hell was one of the first to see it! :cheersmate: ) i still love it!

dude on the sportbike is a young dude who thought his light horepower warehouse can smoke each bike.. but he forgot torque!

hildo is a somewhat know dude over here in holland. he is a simple man, rides whatever has wheels to get from a to b and does not really give a shit about safety or looks.

http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/Hildo's%20Harley.jpg


some "nice to know" facts about the bike from hildo.
repairs are done always when they are really really overdue. cracks in the frame are "cooked" shut with a stick welder, but only if steel wire does not work anymore.
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/050501lassen2.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/050501lassen1.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/spatbord.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/Page2%20de%20Harley/20080407_afgescheurde_achterbrug1.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/Page2%20de%20Harley/20080407_afgescheurde_achterbrug2.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/Page2%20de%20Harley/20080705_scheur.jpg
http://www.twolefthands.nl/de%20Harley/Page2%20de%20Harley/20080725_swingarmlassen.jpg

although the whole bike looks like.. errr.. shit and vrap combined.. the engine isn't really shit and crap, nor stock.:clap for you::clap for you:

96" Evo stroker engine with 3 5/8 bore x 4 5/8 stroke. S&S cilinders, .020" over pistons, compression ratio 10:1, stock heads, Rowe valves with cast iron guides, S&S flywheels, S&S carter, S&S Super E carb, stock oilpump, Andrews EV5 nokkenas, points ignition with some Taiwan coil, MCS oilfilter, home made exhaust, 4-speed with Late 1976 internals, S-T-D tranny, 24/49 final drive , Kickstart BDL 3" open belt with Barnett extra plate kit
:killerjob:


although the site of hildo (http://www.twolefthands.nl/index.htm) is in dutch, you should check it out, just for the pics.

stevebeard
06-15-2013, 2:11 PM
This if the first time I have seen or even heard of this video. The sport bike rider must not be too smart if he actually thought his bike would win in that short of a stretch.