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Old 4 Aug 2003, 19:28 (Ref:679870)   #1
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1000cc turbo

how much power would a 1000cc turbo motorcycle engine produce?:confused:
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Old 4 Aug 2003, 20:04 (Ref:679902)   #2
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Radical are producing a turbo 1500cc that kicks out 350 ish apparently...

Not relevant to your question but maybe a guideline.

Can I also add to this a Turbo'd 1200cc (if such a thing exists...
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Old 4 Aug 2003, 20:09 (Ref:679907)   #3
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I think SuperKaos has a turbo Hayabusa making around 250 hp for the street on pump gas. A guy from Denver ran a turbo Hayabusa race motor at Bonneville two years ago that made 550 hp at the rear tire. Spun the tire on the whole pass but easily reset the open class bike record by 50 mph on the salt lake.

Erion Racing raced a turbo CBR929RR in Formula Xtreme in the States a few years ago. The riders claimed they never used full throttle without huge wheelspin even in top gear on their way to the title.
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Old 4 Aug 2003, 23:58 (Ref:680055)   #4
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i want it to produce about 300bhp. i no that a 1300c hayabusa can be turboed up to 400ish using an evo turbo system (www.holeshotracing.co.uk). fink it can be done?
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Old 5 Aug 2003, 07:52 (Ref:680232)   #5
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seeing as most modern 1000cc 4 cyl bike engines are quite caperable of producing 150bhp then i would say 300 should be fairly easy to achive with a turbo, it seems to me that whatever power can be got out of an engine in naturally asparated form its possable to double it with a turbo assuming you can keep it in one piece, that said most bike enines are supremely tough in the first place.
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