so i'm comming home, there isn't a car on the interstate, so i decide to get home a little bit quicker, so i open my ZX-9R up a little bit and bring it up to about as fast as it's still comfortable to ride for me (any faster and it's no longer fun, just a chore) and i'm crusing at around 125-130 MPH. anyway, about 3-4 miles from my exit guess who i see (you guessed it, Mr. Occifer) seeing as i'd passed 2 cars about 4 minutes ago and not seen a single one since, i figgure it shouldn't be too hard to get to my exit before Mr. Occifer. so leaving it in 6th i go WOT. well let's just say i don't really care to be going above 160 again (not that i actually looked at the speedo, but i'm guessing that my '96 ZX-9R can top 160). fastest i've gone before would probally be 155-160 but we are talking just opening it up getting there and getting on the brakes. i've got to say, somewhere above 160 the aerodynamics get very interesting, i had my helmet practally on the tank and it was still getting hit quite hard by the wind. and the one corner in the road (banked, and almost not even a corner at legal speeds) well, i was leaned over a good 55* (small corners suddenly become big corners at speed...). oh yeah, and after getting off the interstate and on my way home it seemed like i was going very slow doing 65 (back country roads, normal speed). i've got no clue how fast i was going, and quite frankly it was quick enough. going that fast is one heck of a chore (props to the MotoGP guys, ****). i've been wondering for a while what going that quick on a bike is like, and after doing it, i have absolutely no desire to do it again. the most important thing, i'm safely at home, and another plus is the bike is safely in the garage. anyway, any thoughts guys(and gals)?