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How to get 235hp from '10 S1k

A guy has 235hp in his 2010 Busa. He rides it in the street all the time and on long trips. Basically he rides all day with us. He says he has head and piston work. I heard he has had the bike or engine "balanced" and that makes a big difference. He kills any bike that steps up to him just for bragging etc. I want to get the same done to my '10 S1K so that I can continue riding daily on the street. Do any of you know what I can do and who is best to work on the BMW since its not the mainstream of bikes?
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It's very easy to get the Busa over 1300cc & not much money. 235hp is optimistic on pump gas. If his bike is lower & stretched he doesn't need to worry about 100 power wheelies either.

One of these will do the job.
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A guy has 235hp in his 2010 Busa. He rides it in the street all the time and on long trips. Basically he rides all day with us. He says he has head and piston work. I heard he has had the bike or engine "balanced" and that makes a big difference. He kills any bike that steps up to him just for bragging etc. I want to get the same done to my '10 S1K so that I can continue riding daily on the street. Do any of you know what I can do and who is best to work on the BMW since its not the mainstream of bikes?
Yeah cause we all know that 197 at the crank is just wayyyyy too slow on the street....
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you can spend 10k+ on a built motor or 4k on a turbo setup and make 265+

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you can spend 10k+ on a built motor or 4k on a turbo setup and make 265+
Is yours still for sale? Jw
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Lees cycle in SD CA. is J Toyes shop he posted a 228 hp graph
Plus that bike had to be ballasted to make AMA minimum weight...

And how fast was that motor? Went 3rd at the Macau GP...
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That motor was a 2 mm overbore also. To have a shop build something like that your $7500-$8000.
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A guy has 235hp in his 2010 Busa. He rides it in the street all the time and on long trips. Basically he rides all day with us. He says he has head and piston work. I heard he has had the bike or engine "balanced" and that makes a big difference. He kills any bike that steps up to him just for bragging etc. I want to get the same done to my '10 S1K so that I can continue riding daily on the street. Do any of you know what I can do and who is best to work on the BMW since its not the mainstream of bikes?
For one, how do you really know it makes 235 HP? It takes a HC 1441 with high quality headwork and the supporting exhaust/fuel system AND a happy dyno to make 235 wHP on motor alone.

and two (on motor alone), it takes a lot more money to move a S1Krr into that range of power than a Busa. However, on spray it doesn't. Last night I tuned a Busa on spray that made 211 wHP. It had a completely stock motor and all the owner did was add a 45 HP dry shot using good fuel (C16). You could easily add a 50 HP shot to a bolt on S1Krr and be in the 235 range.

But three, HP isn't everything. A Busa is heavy, a S1Krr isn't. You won't need as much HP to beat him. But you will have to do something about the lifting the front.
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