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post #11 of 24 Old 02-26-2014, 05:20 PM
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agree. we should really put up a comparison comparing the competition to the gunner in specs including power to weight



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Gunner P/W

683 lb wet weight
81 hp

8.4 lbs/HP
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What is the dry weight? The Judge has a dry weight of 660



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How much does power to weight ratio matter to you guys?



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its a pretty big deal. i wouldnt want something with a very poor power to weight ratio



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its a pretty big deal. i wouldnt want something with a very poor power to weight ratio
understandable.
poor power to weight can amount to a bike you really dislike but these are motorcycles, not that easy to mess up. unlike a car..



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id say a motorcycle is even greater in impact for weight

small changes can make big changes for the performance

like even the weight of the rider

not as big of a change for cars



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id say a motorcycle is even greater in impact for weight

small changes can make big changes for the performance

like even the weight of the rider

not as big of a change for cars
Yes fully agreed, especially because on most bike we're dealing with double digit HP and Torque figures with triple digit weight, while in automotive you're looking at triple digit figures and 4 digit weight numbers.

5 pound loss to a bike is equal to 50 pound loss to car...

You certainly feel it more on a bike as well, tried and true butt dyno
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yea

and loosing 5lbs from your body isn't as hard as loosing 50lbs from the car.



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Just need to get off of the merican diet, get some exercise and like magic it will all shed off.



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