ZZR1400 tops 200mph

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American drag bike racer Chad Millholland has broken the 200mph barrier on a near standard Kawasaki ZZR1400.

The bike had less than £1000 of modifications limited to an exhaust, fuel-injection mapping plus a few other mods.

Millholland became the first rider to go over 200 mph on at the recent ECTA (East Coast Timing Association) speed trials at Maxton Army Air Base in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Millholland tripped the timing beams to record an official ECTA-sanctioned pass at 200.92 mph.

The only modifications to the Brock Performance-tuned bike was a “Street Megaphone” exhaust system, custom fuel-injection mapping, a re-calibrated speedometer, ceramic wheel bearings and some drag racing suspension tie-down straps used to lower the bike.

Tuner Brock Davidson said: “We used around $1,500 worth of bolt-on parts for this bike. There were no internal engine modifications; we even used a stock clutch.”
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By MCN Staff