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Performance Does anyone have any performane numbers on the Duke II? 0-60mph

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Or quarter mile times? I can't believe how little information you can find on this bike on the internet... Thanks in advanceThere used to be a neat site that had a bunch of cool Duke II information but I don't think its available any longer. I did print it out at one point and still have it tucked away somewhere in storage. If I can find it I could try and mail you a copy of all of the info. I can tell you that the information did include 0-60 time info and placed it at around 4.6 seconds in stock form. Although not quick/fast in a sportbike sense, it is a pretty good performer in the 0-80mph range where its thumper power, light weight, and precise handling all come together to create an awesome road machine for tight twisty backroads. Open road riding on flat highway or interstate is another story though, and pure torture on the Duke.,,,

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The topic below is also applicable.

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