I'm pretty sure that's mathmatically impossible with your setup, your speedometer is off although it's a theoritical max speed depending on horsepower and wind resistance, riders weight, excess weight on the bike, the actual max speed usually in most cases falls under the theoritcal max speed. Unless your still running 16/45 stock sprockets then your top speed is calculated to be 248 in 6th gear at 14000 rpm. And it will pull way harder than stock, your producing more torque on the lower end. You will not be pulling harder than stock on your upper end.my top speed is not 213. its about 240-250 maybe a bit more. It pulls wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy harder then stock right now thats for sure
You have to remember that redline is not the top of the power curve unless your running a power commander and have a different mapping than stock. At redline your producing less power as the curve starts to fall off. The max HP at the top of the curve for the 06 R6 on one dyno test was 111hp @ 14374rpm
Try about 16000 actually, they fibbed a little that year.
Calling me or anyone else an idiot is not going to help your case in getting your question answered. If you believe that your bike's speedo is accurate, even with stock gearing, then that is your misconception. If you think that the speedo will not give higher than actual readings after you alter the stock gearing, then that is also your misconception. You posted on this forum seeking advice. You were provided with excellent advice from people who have ridden for a long time, recognize laws of physics, and can actually use a calculator for reasons other than spelling "boobless" and laughing with your other keyboard hero friends.didnt you read what he said ? saying that the bike in stock form can only do 250k. as if ... if you honestly believe that a 600cc bike only does 250k with stock gears then your an idiot sorry to burst your bubble. I asked how much would your speed drop if you add 2 more teeth to the back as in 20-30k etc etc and then saying you make more power at 14000 rpm.. I didnt ask for dyno numbers and sorry if you keep your bike at 14000rpm your not going to go faster then the guy that is at redline.
An 05 redlines at about 15500 in real life. That was about the time Yamaha was a little "enthusiastic" about their redline on the tach read: they lied big time. Stock speedos are also NOT accurate at all - they can read up to about 10% off. If you don't believe me, take a gps with you (even in your pocket), go to a quiet road, get it up to 200k showing on the clock (the closer the better), come to a stop, and see what the gps says for top speed. You'll be unpleasantly surprised.
yes i know the 05 has a lower rpm redline its a complete different motor then the 06 R6
go to the chart listed above and put in your 16200 rpm edited redline changes the top speed to 287k