How far is too far on modifications to keep a bike what it is?

How far is too far when modifying a bike for it to still really be a vfr800

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Barryfastr

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This is my VFR I'm trying to create something that's not this faster than 1000 but much quicker than a 600 .I'm using this bike because it's the engine that the GPS use, V for torque four cylinders so you can still rev it to 13000 RPMs. I'm still working on the motor now.I want to mill the head I do my own porting and polishing and I want to put some very big cams on it and possibly variable intake tracks out of an R6 I have one of those also and I am using Ram Air I took the blinkers I out of the the front of it because the holes were so big they were teasing me. I took the blinkers out and I'm creating now with spray foam and some carbon fiber or fiberglass some Ram are what I've done so far is very chancy and just a test but I already at 130 miles an hour with very few modifications to get the air into the air box reach 2.75 PSI now I can optimize that quite a bit better and I expect at about 160 to be reaching almost 8 PSI
 

EX-XX

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what I've done so far is very chancy and just a test but I already at 130 miles an hour with very few modifications to get the air into the air box reach 2.75 PSI
Impressive, given that they will reach 140MPH stock. A few more mods may see you in the "120MPH" bracket...
 
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