4 years ago
Comments now disabled, please read below
Ben Shaw from Sydney's Extreme Creations is the master of not only building and fabricating some of the most amazing parts for bikes, he's also a gun with getting epic amounts of power out of them. At first glance this ZX12R doesn't look like much more than a neat streeter with an extrended swingarm, but when you look closer! Aside the the BST carbon rims it's a very sedate looking bike, but with 507rwhp it's not what you'd call slow either!
For more info on this bike and other awesome bikes built by Extreme Creations, head to http://www.extremecreations...
Thanks to everyone who has posted so many positive and fun responses to this video. Unfortunately due to some negative people who insist on insulting the bike, the builder and HoonTV we've disabled the comments. Many people have asked about turbo lag and dyno ramp rates, so here's what Ben Shaw from Extreme Creations wrote to explain this.
"Hi all, thanks for all your comments, the bike is quite streetable, the owner rode it to & from the dyno on that day (100km round trip). The bike starts making usable boost at about 5000rpm & things get crazy above 8000 (11800 Redline). The reason the power curve looks the way it does in the higher power runs is because we had to increase the ramp rate on the dyno so it wouldn't spin the tyre, You'll notice in the lower power runs the curve looks very different, then we got to a point where the tyre just couldn't hold onto the roller so we had to increase the ramp up speed. It's a fine balance between ramping fast enough to not get wheelspin & slow enough to still make enough boost. There's a High /Low boost switch on the bars, low boost makes about 330hp which is already more than enough for street use. "