A ZX14 prepared by Brocks Performance Products ran 200.92 mph at the ECTA (East Coast Timing Association) speed trials in North Carolina a few weeks ago. There have been quite a few street bikes able to crack the 200 mph mark in recent years but this ZX14 did it without nitrous, without a turbo and without a supercharger. This was no big bore monster, either, in fact, it was very close to stock.
Brock Davidson lists the only modifications as the addition of his Brock’s Performance “Street Megaphone” exhaust system, a custom map for the aftermarket fuel injection box, a re-calibrated speedometer, ceramic wheel bearings and some drag racing suspension tie-down straps.
The bike was piloted by Chad Millholland for the record run.
Once the big Z gets sorted out by a few more teams, I expect to see it running all sorts of big numbers which should place it pretty firmly in the top spot, at least for a little while, until Suzuki rolls out their next version of the Hayabusa and we start this whole battle over again.
Photo: Scott Odell