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Old 08-18-2009, 01:14 PM   #21
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The busa I recorded put down 163, I;m not really sure what those are supposed to be layin down.
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Old 08-18-2009, 02:19 PM   #22
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That dyno operator is an idiot..... first mistake was making the pulls in 3rd gear, you should ALWAYS use 4th gear or 1:1 ratio. 2nd mistake was banging them off the limiter etc. THere was no ventilation on that machine either so no air flow across the radiator. Did you check the air in the rear tire before the pulls? Lots of little stuff can affect the HP. I would guess the dyno is reading pretty accurate though... 96-101hp for any 600 is about right...Probably could have done some stuff to get a few more ponies out of the ZX6 while on the dyno but.... first and foremost, it needed to be dynoed in 4th.


No way that 600s are gonna dyno high and everything else is gonna dyno low....I would say the numbers were on par....Dynos are heartbreakers, thats for sure.
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Dont be a poon. Its just a straight line. Isnt that what everyone says?
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Old 08-18-2009, 02:30 PM   #24
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i got a dyno tune at tejas and put down 98 hp, gained 6 peak hp and 11hp in the mid range. id say the numbers were about right on your 6r.

but there is no reason to go all the way to the rev limiter on a dyno pull.. a stock motor isnt going to continually make power to the rev limiter, at least from what ive seen
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true. The hp will predictably nose over and fall off before rev limiter
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Dont be a poon. Its just a straight line. Isnt that what everyone says?
How much is it and how many runs do you get? What all do you have to have to pass tech? Is it well enough lit that I can run without headlight when it gets dark? Aint trying to take the track clothes off. Good thing is I know the GPA's will hook up!!!!
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20.00 to run your probably gonna get 8-10 passes.
You should be fine with no headlight. I dont see it in the rules and the track is well lit.
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The busa I recorded put down 163, I;m not really sure what those are supposed to be layin down.

If it was a gen 1 busa with a pipe/modded air box and any type of tune, that number is pretty close to accurate.....I've seen em as low as 155hp and as high as 168hp with the above mods. Just depends on the day, the dyno, and the bike. If it was a bone stock gen 1 making 163 or even one with slip ons making 163, I would have to call BS on the numbers.

Were those numbers you guys getting in STD or SAE? it will say on your sheet.
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I know what you mean about the rear not being strapped down, but I'm not really sure how you would get to red-line without hitting the rev limiter, it's not like it hurts the bike that's why they have it there.
Your rev-limiter isn't set right at red-line. Yes, it is there for protection, but you should never bounce off of it (specifically, not 3 times in a row!). Good way to throw a valve or bend it. Most other places ask you what RPM you want them to stop at. Like previously stated, your peak is always before your limit. Don't let the noobs in the parking lot bouncing off the rev limiter fool you; it can screw your motor up quick.
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Your rev-limiter isn't set right at red-line. Yes, it is there for protection, but you should never bounce off of it (specifically, not 3 times in a row!). Good way to throw a valve or bend it. Most other places ask you what RPM you want them to stop at. Like previously stated, your peak is always before your limit. Don't let the noobs in the parking lot bouncing off the rev limiter fool you; it can screw your motor up quick.
While I agree, there's a difference between bouncing of the rev limiter for seconds, and hitting it when you miss a shift.
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