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I wanted to know if there is a way to know or calculate/guess a bike's ET by known rwhp?
Ya know like some of those ET calcs for cars, Hp and weight = ___ ET
Just curious if there is anything similar for the bike stuff?
I know they are just a guess, but the car ones can be pretty close sometimes.
 

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There used to be one on the AMA website
 

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Bike stuff is a lot harder. There's a few more variables involved
Yes, that's what I was thinking also.....
If you were given a rwhp number, could an ET or mph be given for a set weight as a " best case" scenario.
Meaning at Xhp a 500lb bike with a 200lb "could" go ____.
My bike made 262rwhp on dyno. What is it capable of......or more like, what are those hp numbers capable of.
262rwhp, 510lb bike, 245lb (ya I know, fo)=_________

See i Know it will never do it, not with me anyway, I just wanted to see how really shitty myself and the bike setup are.
Thanks!
 
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