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Old 12-22-2012, 10:35 PM   #1
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Hp4 183hp to the rear wheel Dyno

calculated after 3000 miles on the speedo and a higher barometer to go up to the SAE claimed by BMW of 193hp to the rear wheel

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Old 12-22-2012, 10:38 PM   #2
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Where are the charts? Don't doubt it. My gsxr makes that at the front wheel.
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Where are the charts? Don't doubt it. My gsxr makes farting noises at the front wheel.


I fixed your comment Jimmy.
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Sorry bro but the zx10 still has more powa! Lol

http://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/bm...power-wtf.html
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Thats about right! Most dynos for the s1000rr falls in the 178-184 hp range!
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Old 12-22-2012, 11:04 PM   #6
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Thats about right! Most dynos for the s1000rr falls in the 178-184 hp range!
And Jimmy's GIxxer falls into the range of !
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You could probably win a dyno challenge Jeff. Finally something you can be good at.
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I do not even get your joke but since you said it, it has to be funny!
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Sorry bro but the zx10 still has more powa! Lol

http://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/bm...power-wtf.html
I think the European version has more hp without the EPA restriction!
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I think the European version has more hp without the EPA restriction!
there's still a big debate on this, no real proof has been brought out to the light.. it is not impossible to believe it can be achieved but it just wouldn't be a stock bike..
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191 at the clutch..
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there's still a big debate on this, no real proof has been brought out to the light.. it is not impossible to believe it can be achieved but it just wouldn't be a stock bike..
Is that why you gave me the bird when I passed you twice today?
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Is that why you gave me the bird when I passed you twice today?
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Patience bro. Break her in rite. Rember?
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We should have a MH dyno day
Any of the sponsors have a dyno?
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We should have a MH dyno day
Any of the sponsors have a dyno?
that would be cool !
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We should have a MH dyno day
Any of the sponsors have a dyno?
while it sounds fun, imo there is no point at all..... more horsepower doesnt usually translate to the fastest bike on the street, dont get me wrong hp helps if you are drag racing but for the back roads, the skill of the rider becomes the major factor of the bike
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the ZX10R is a lot lighter than the S1000RR so that means a slight advantage if comparing power to weight ratio
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while it sounds fun, imo there is no point at all..... more horsepower doesnt usually translate to the fastest bike on the street, dont get me wrong hp helps if you are drag racing but for the back roads, the skill of the rider becomes the major factor of the bike
Not to be offensive, but that kinda misses the whole point of a dyno day
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