Whats great is that when the pegs are underneath you, its easy to periodically stand up and stretch out without having to stop. Its a bit more difficult with forward controls, unless you use your passenger pegs.
OK, where would they put the nitrous kit? Sooner or later, some right thinking upholder of the honor of Milwaukee Iron will stop playing poseur long enough to do some serious work. And to stay in front, Yamaha will need a little extra boost.
In the meantime, just spray the happy gas in the direction of the Highwayman. Gotta keep him mellowed out..
The stock Warriors were running in the low 13 to high 12 range at around 101 MPH. The Stage IV Warriors were in the low 12s and high 11s and 110 MPH range. Rider weight, technique, and temp all played a role, so giving an exact time is misleading but here it is: 11.66sec @ 112 MPH was the fastest time posted all day on a Stage IV Warrior. On average the Stage IV Road Stars were about .9 sec behind the Stage IV Warriors. Stock to stock the difference was more like 2.5sec in the Warrior's favor.
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