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Old 02-28-2007, 07:49 AM   #1
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Exclamation 2007 GSXR 1K DYNO RUN

Found this on another board, had to share. This is going to be one bad bike:


I had a brand new k7 1000 in today. Not even been run yet. So the customer and i peeled off all the pretective tape, stuck a battery in it and started it up.
The customer was insistent on a nice long steady break in period, so we gave it 10 minutes of winding the throttle up and down then ****ing nailed it. This is what it made, bone stock.
The 3 curves relate to the chart at the top.
A and B map made same power but the throttle response when rolling on/off/on throttle and also cracking the throttle on B map was noticably softer. C map was just totally retarded and it was like it was towing a trailer. Certainly be good for the rain.

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Old 02-28-2007, 08:19 AM   #4
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Old 02-28-2007, 08:43 AM   #6
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DYNOJET numbers are garbage, Here's why:

The DYNOJET fudge factor straight from the horses mouth!!!

While many think that the industry standard for chassis dynamometer HP is DYNOJET, there may be something you don't know or have a hard time believing. That the numbers reported on a DYNOJET are fudged higher simply to make them more acceptable.

In a recent article printed in HOTROD Magezine, Mark Dobeck the creator of DYNOJET spilled the beans on the fudge-factor.

Here is a quote from that article:

One of the biggest headaches of DYNOJETs go-it-alone chassis-dyno project was figuring out how to assign meaningful power numbers in the face of unknown inertia from the moving parts of the hundreds or thousands of engine, driveline and tire combinations. Wrestling to fully understand inertia and powertrain losses, Dobeck and his team quickly realized that the standard physics formula of weight, time, and distance for converting acceleration into horsepower simply didn't work----the derived number was always lower than accepted numbers. They poured on resourses and burned up time and money investigating it, but no matter what they did, the math never added up.
DYNOJETs final number-fudge was arbitrarily based on a number from the most powerful road-going motorcycle of the time, the 85 1,200cc Yamaha Vmax. The Vmax had 145 advertised factory horsepower, which was far above the raw 90HP number spit out by the formula. Meanwhile, existing aftermarket torque-cell engine dynamometers delivered number that clustered around 120. Always a pragmatist Dobeck finally ordered his chief Engineer to doctor the math so that the DYNOJET 100 measured 120HP for a stock Vmax. And that was that: For once and forever, the power of everything else in the world be relative to the 85 Yamaha Vmax and a fudged imaginary number. Dobeck’s engineering staff was dismayed by the decision, but the DYNOJET 100 exclusively measured surplus power available to accelerate the vehicles mass no more , no less and that was true even if the modification was a low inertia flywheel or lightweight wheels.

So the next time you want to compare your DYNOJET HP numbers to other chassis dynos, you must consider that your DYNOJET numbers are at an unfair fudged advantage.
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thats why when i put my big 650 motor on a eddie current dyno i get 78-80 and on doyno junk i get 90 +
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I just use my assdyno 2000!
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Old 02-28-2007, 09:50 AM   #9
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Seems to be high for the 07 1k. Factory claimed to have 180Bhp which is at the engine and with ram air effect. Don't believe it. Just have to run it against my 10r to believe the power. 10R is king, baby.
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DYNOJET used that bike as a baseline. There still some value in it as long the bikes that you're comparing were also measured using that bike as a baseline and were also Dyno'd on the Dynojet machine.
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Old 02-28-2007, 05:26 PM   #13
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BS...................... I'd be shocked to see it put out 155 RWHP. Bigger question is have they changed the frame??? I read the the frame walls will be even thinner this year for more weight savings. Good luck with that one....
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THINNER? WTF? Are they trying to kill their riders? No way I will buy a gsxr with questionable frames.
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Old 02-28-2007, 05:42 PM   #15
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LOL.. it has more HP at idle than the EX500 at 12k hahahahahaha (stunt idle *4k*)
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Seems to be high for the 07 1k. Factory claimed to have 180Bhp which is at the engine and with ram air effect. Don't believe it. Just have to run it against my 10r to believe the power. 10R is king, baby.
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