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Well I try, but unless the sprockets are way off from stock size, it's hard to diagnose if there is a problem. There's not much info to go by and there could be several things that "might" be wrong if it really isn't accelerating. You also said you weren't at full throttle also.Seriously, have you not read anything on the comments. I said was not lining. No, my friends were on 6’s and 1000’s. Either way, none of that even matters. The zx-6rtoo speed is 175mph You’re talking 11mph under what a gsxr 600 top speed is. Therefore brings up my whole reasoning looking for help. This site is historically and at the same time pathetic. All anyone who has commented on my question has done nothing but been a smart ass, asked me the same question over and over, asked the same question but in a different way to make them look smart. But no help at all.
Man thanks so much, you’re the first person that has actually tried to help instead of acting like I’m just stupid. I’ll do this as soon as I get home. The last owner did tell me he had just added both front and rear sprockets so this could be the issue.
For the record, the top speed of these bikes is definitely not 175 mph. And a GSXR600 is MOST DEFINITELY not 186 mph! lol Pretty much all 600s top out around 155-160 mph stock. You can make them go faster of course, like anything else, but it takes quite a bit of work to get them above 170-175.