Re: top speed?
All three of my Ex race bikes, even #3 with the Penske and On which I set my best lap times, wobbled like crazy at any speed and cornering combination of better than full lean and 80 MPH. So for every MPH over 80 you had to reduce your lean angle by a few degrees, until at 110 ish you had better be straight up and down. The back straight at Bridgehampton was a long downhill easy left bend that was WFO. the bike would windup and release so hard that the back wheel would jump off the ground and step sideways 6inches or more, three or four times in 1/4 mile. I won a couple of races because the faster guys behind me were afraid to pass for fear of getting punted off the track when I crashed (never happened).
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