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Old 10-18-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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I was wondering if my numbers are decent. I have a '05 GSXR 750 w/ BMC street filter, PC III and a full Yosi Ride Smart-3 exhaust. It dynoed at 125.59 max power and 55.25 max torque. What did you guys run?
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sounds about right
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I was wondering if my numbers are decent. I have a '05 GSXR 750 w/ BMC street filter, PC III and a full Yosi Ride Smart-3 exhaust. It dynoed at 125.59 max power and 55.25 max torque. What did you guys run?
Numbers dont mean anything. It is more than you will ever use anyway.
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I was wondering if my numbers are decent. I have a '05 GSXR 750 w/ BMC street filter, PC III and a full Yosi Ride Smart-3 exhaust. It dynoed at 125.59 max power and 55.25 max torque. What did you guys run?
there is always a biger number to reach TURBO THAT MOTO man!!!!!!!!
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I was wondering if my numbers are decent. I have a '05 GSXR 750 w/ BMC street filter, PC III and a full Yosi Ride Smart-3 exhaust. It dynoed at 125.59 max power and 55.25 max torque. What did you guys run?
What type of dyno was it?
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Old 10-19-2007, 08:43 AM   #6
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Sounds a bit low, but it depends on the dyno it was run on.
Also, did you do a baseline run on the same dyno before you did your mods?
If so, what was your reading?
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Old 10-20-2007, 10:06 AM   #7
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1. drf Max power 113.11 max torqure 50.07 stock
2. drf Max power 125.59 max torqure 55.25 tune
3. drf Max power 117.41 max torqure 52.30 accessories/no tune
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i saw a stock 06 dyno 119 so 6hp gain isnt bad, gear it if you really want more power
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i saw a stock 06 dyno 119 so 6hp gain isnt bad, gear it if you really want more power
wow thats kind of shitty, I mean most 600's are dynoing close to 110 RWHP stock, but then it depends on the day, dyno, and weather conditions.
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I saw an 07 750 dyno 116hp at Johnny Cheese's Dyno day a couple months ago...>I was shocked the output was that low...Busas were dynoing 149-155hp and my 01 1000 made 142hp so I know the dyno reads accurate...(Dj250)

I always thought 2000 and up 750s were like 125hp stock but.....there is always a variance in bikes, dynos, operators etc...
The main thing is you gained 12hp with your mods which is really good.
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that sounds about right.
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I was wondering if my numbers are decent. I have a '05 GSXR 750 w/ BMC street filter, PC III and a full Yosi Ride Smart-3 exhaust. It dynoed at 125.59 max power and 55.25 max torque. What did you guys run?
Except for the torque that power number is about what a vintage 2001 R1 put to the wheel.

It's amazing how powerful the bikes have gotten in the last couple of years!
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Were you getting it tuned, or just doing pulls to see what your rwhp is?

I have a friend who makes 138 with his '05 750, but his is on the very high end from numbers I have heard of others.

The dyno itself, the conditions, if it's calibrated, and if the dyno numbers were "corrected" will all affect the results. Be aware also that you can have two identical bikes (same year/ cc) and get two different (sometimes drastically) results.

The important thing is that the bike is running well.
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