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anyone got a link to a online calculator

they usually ask for bhp at wheel and weight of vehicle and then person. . . .


I want to know what it is for our bikes ;)
 

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I can't remember the figure...

But I THINK, it was about the same as a Toyota Celica...
 

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Haha Benji what reminds me of the guy that went crazy on other forum drilling away things on his bike! will do some research
 

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lol i knew it wasn't you ;)

also what break lines do you suggest / have when Im on laptop ill try find calculator to find figure
 

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Worked it out manually myself, I've got about 65bhp/ton, that's with the assumption that me and the bike still weigh 200kg. Though she's got lighter and I've not got heavier ;D
 

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ok So bike is 13 it weighs 138kg Im 75kg that's a total of 213kg so what is the formula?
 

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cool I'm looking to get a front and back kit as it is. They also advice you to change break lines after 4years
 

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Either way, far more than any 17 year old's car will have :p
And the weight means so much more in the city. I got a friend with a 90hp Polo, and I rinse her every time.
 

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Either way, far more than any 17 year old's car will have :p
And the weight means so much more in the city. I got a friend with a 90hp Polo, and I rinse her every time.

LOL! You saying she a big bird! ;)
 
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