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Old 04-28-2013, 01:41 AM   #1
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wanting to do a dyno test on my zx6r, you guys have any suggestions where and how much would it cost me to do it?
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did you do any mods?
Can you outride the bike?
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did you do any mods?
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What the does this have to do with getting a dyno test?
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Depends on your goal from the pulls. Just wanting to know hp and wanting to make map changes are very different. Can be 85-250 depending on results sought
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wanting to do a dyno test on my zx6r, you guys have any suggestions where and how much would it cost me to do it?
Contact TheDeanOfLean on here, I think he might help...good luck.
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What the does this have to do with getting a dyno test?
Agreed, let's not turn a simple question into a ridiculous discussion.
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nothing, I was just asking
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wanting to do a dyno test on my zx6r, you guys have any suggestions where and how much would it cost me to do it?
Take it to Tejas Motorsports in Highlands. They have a pretty accurate dynojet 250 there. Billy there knows how to make accurate pulls as well. I'd look for around 105hp or so.. Make sure the tire is aired up to 40 psi and the chain is clean/lubed.. Good luck.
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Depends on your goal from the pulls. Just wanting to know hp and wanting to make map changes are very different. Can be 85-250 depending on results sought
Pretty much. I want to put mine on one to see how well the Ivan's map does. Bought a PCV from him and he loaded a map for me based on some of my mods. Oh..and Alan, you don't want none this
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