My apologies, brother! I was merely putting things into perspective!
There are a TON of factors which affect speed when it comes to lightweight, low powered motorcycles.
Aerodynamics, elevation, road inclination, engine condition, combustion efficiency, fuel grade, temperature, humidity, drive chain and sprocket condition, traction difference due to tire wear and pressure, the list goes on.
In fact, even weight and height of the rider affect things!
And yet here at Pakwheels; people LOVE to discuss, debate and argue about top speed! And this particular behavior is rather silly, childish and immature!
If someone has a need for speed; then he better make sure his ride has got 2 or more cylinders! Thump-thumps just don't cut it!
As a matter of fact, even Ducati ditched its signature 90-Degree V-Twin and went with 4-Cylinder V4 configuration with its recent flagship Panigale 1299 Superbike, so even two cylinders are too few!