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Old 10-12-2006, 02:37 AM   #1
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Dynoed my bike tonight at asi

it was a shityyy 130.02 hp and my clutch was slipping bad so that toook away hp the dude said.
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:01 AM   #2
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who dyno'ed it for you?
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:09 AM   #3
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powersports of houston they had a dyno hooked to a truck....it was only 20 bucks.....my pc3 and my clutch are acting up so i had a few hp knocked off cause of that
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:11 AM   #4
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whats stock hp on a 05 750?
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it was probably that gangster as$ shifter you had, robing the hp.
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:53 AM   #6
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Horsepower 141 hp @ 12,700 rpm --- got that from another suki website. It was for an 03 Gixxer 750. I dont think its right though. It has my 03 ZX9R with 145 horsies.

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I wouldnt worry about performance numbers unless you are having problems with your ride or are in competetive racing. My bike rides fine and I dont think I need to know what HP #'s I get. It is plenty fast for me.
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Old 10-12-2006, 04:00 AM   #7
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Typical stock GSXR 750 is in the 122 - 125 range. 130 with a slipping clutch is pretty good.
Not too mention all dynos read differently, and a lot of the "trailer mounted" dynos aren't the most accurate. I've heard from both Dynojet and Cycledyn that the bouncing around that they encounter during transport isn't good for them.
I know the ones used at the AMA and WERA races are calibrated everytime they get to a track.
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Typical stock GSXR 750 is in the 122 - 125 range. 130 with a slipping clutch is pretty good.
Not too mention all dynos read differently, and a lot of the "trailer mounted" dynos aren't the most accurate. I've heard from both Dynojet and Cycledyn that the bouncing around that they encounter during transport isn't good for them.
I know the ones used at the AMA and WERA races are calibrated everytime they get to a track.
I know SOMEBODY got a sheet showing 173.3 with a STOCK old 06 Gixxer 1K,
went straight to his head too:laughing6
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130 is good,

when i did mine i got 129 stock i had 119
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i ran mine during the hot summer!
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Old 10-12-2006, 08:28 AM   #11
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I know SOMEBODY got a sheet showing 173.3 with a STOCK old 06 Gixxer 1K,
went straight to his head too:laughing6
Who in the world got 173.3 with a STOCK GSXR-1000???????????
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How are bikes dyno'd at the factory? RW or crank? That could 'splain the difference between what's cited on the WEB and what is reality.
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How are bikes dyno'd at the factory? RW or crank? That could 'splain the difference between what's cited on the WEB and what is reality.
I believe RW. Is that right?
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crank at the factory
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Horse power figures are measured at the crank..not the rear wheel. Expect an average of around five percent variance between engines. As for the dyno its self, always take these numbers with a grain of salt. Also, take your bike to the same dyno and don't try to mix and match. I have tuned far too many blower combinations on Mustangs to count over the years. One thing I have learned is that I can make any engine look stellar on a dyno and it would never survive on the street or track.
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go to wrw racing to get your REAL at the wheel hp.
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powersports of houston they had a dyno hooked to a truck....it was only 20 bucks.....my pc3 and my clutch are acting up so i had a few hp knocked off cause of that
next week im bringing a taco stand to sell food.
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next week im bringing a taco stand to sell food.
lol wrd!! you make a killing
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it was a shityyy 130.02 hp and my clutch was slipping bad so that toook away hp the dude said.


lol on the .02 hp
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