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Old 06-14-2015, 05:15 PM   #1
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dyno

Any one having a dyno day anytime soon?
If not
Where can i get a couple pulls in?
Im in heights/NW houston
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Old 06-14-2015, 06:02 PM   #2
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Dyno days don't typically give afr. Just hp and tq
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Old 06-14-2015, 07:21 PM   #3
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I know EBR has a dyno. They're down off of 518.

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wont ever spend a dime there again.
Why not???

I dont want to tune it yet. I just want to see if what the guy told me is true.
But AF would be nice to know.

All i know is the bike is a of alot faster than my 01 1k. (Probably the gearing)
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Albert these guys are over off of 27th.

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Tejas is where I used to dyno
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Why not???

I dont want to tune it yet. I just want to see if what the guy told me is true.
But AF would be nice to know.

All i know is the bike is a of alot faster than my 01 1k. (Probably the gearing)
1 too many bad experiences.
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Albert these guys are over off of 27th.

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Yep, good ducati folks there. In your back yard too
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I just want to see if what the guy told me is true.
Then you need to go to the same dyno that he got his numbers on to be even close to being able to compare numbers.
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What number did he give you?
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Dave, I bought the bike from out of town.

I was told it pulled 175ish on the dyno. It was done years ago he didn't recall what it was exactly. Going off you tube videos(yes I know dyno's are different) but they were from 160 stock-ish -180modded).

After I see where the bike is, I'll tear it down and paint that red frame/ swing arm. then I can open it up and see if it actually has cams adjustable sprocket and so on.....
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Area 51 Cycles has a Dyno upto 1000HP for Motorcycles. I get all my Dyno runs and tuning from Dan and Judy. 281-455-3502 Cheaper than anyone I ever used and very helpful and friendly. here is a link from a couple weeks ago with me doing a run on our team bike

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Old 06-15-2015, 08:32 AM   #15
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I don't go to dynos much, so I might not be up to speed on them. Was he tuning the bike? I've never seen a run like that before. hitting red line in several gears....
just curious.
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Honestly a dyno isn't real helpful in determining if parts were installed. You will get it done and still won't know anything for certain. An adjustable cam sprocket should be fairly easy to spot. In my opinion if you are tearing it down you might as well bore it and increase compression a bit. Get some power out of it.
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Sorry about that.... By tear it down I meant the bike to clean it up. I hate the red frame and covers.... going back to black frame.
While I had the motor out of the frame I'd take the valve cover off to see if it has cams and sprockets... easier than trying it in the frame.

For the dyno run, I just want it as a base line for any future mods I might do to it so I can measure the improvements from first dyno to the ones to come. If I don't dyno it how will I know if I'm making gains or loses.
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Sorry about that.... By tear it down I meant the bike to clean it up. I hate the red frame and covers.... going back to black frame.
While I had the motor out of the frame I'd take the valve cover off to see if it has cams and sprockets... easier than trying it in the frame.

For the dyno run, I just want it as a base line for any future mods I might do to it so I can measure the improvements from first dyno to the ones to come. If I don't dyno it how will I know if I'm making gains or loses.
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dyno will tell you. I did a 1441 build with 5k in parts. For some reason it wasn't reflected on dyno. Brought it home and tore it down to check everything. Put it all back together and put it back on dyno. Same reading I got the last time. Ran like a scalded ape on the track though. I ended up buying an auto tune set up to save the hassle of going to dyno constantly. A trip to dyno was 250 a pop and I was constantly having to go
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