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Old 12-02-2007, 01:22 AM   #61
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Well Jon we are setting up another soon... Plus it will give me several weeks to tune it up even more...
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Old 12-02-2007, 01:23 AM   #62
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Jon let me know and Ill go with ya... Name the time and Im there
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Well Jon we are setting up another soon... Plus it will give me several weeks to tune it up even more...
Well you better get to tunning sonny boy.

Mine is all stock except for a slip on.
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When will be the next dyno day?
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Old 12-02-2007, 01:30 AM   #65
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Good mine is too... Ill run you just like I ran the others today... bone stock...
as far as when the next dyno day is ??? I have to talk to Wes and let everyone know... I would expect 3-4 weeks... I plan on doing it once a month...
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Good mine is too... Ill run you just like I ran the others today... bone stock...
as far as when the next dyno day is ??? I have to talk to Wes and let everyone know... I would expect 3-4 weeks... I plan on doing it once a month...
I guess stock Hondas need tunning. SUZUKI - fill gas and go. No tunning necessary.

I dynoed mine before they tuned it this last time. I did it when the numbers were kicking sky high ones.
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Old 12-02-2007, 01:35 AM   #67
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Well the come on and see what your bike can do against mine... cuz untill then... Honda came out N.U.M.B.E.R 1 ( One )
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Well the come on and see what your bike can do against mine... cuz untill then... Honda came out N.U.M.B.E.R 1 ( One )


We will see man. I have the Benefit Ride tomorrow. Maybe the weekend after this or something. I am sure that ours will be very close. My bike puts out about 2 HP more than Redds.
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Next Dyno day will Be Soon

I think due to the Holidays being here we should Hold off until the the First weekend of the New Year. We should Then Try and Host it the first weekend of every month after that. This Is also based on participation.
We will be Cutting off the List to 20 people and one bike per person Per Event
it took Wes about 5 hours of non stop dynoruns to get through all. This next session we will devide the Group in two. This way we can Break for lunch as a group and give the staff at POH a break.

When we sign up Please sign up as Morning or afternoon , 10 max in each group. For those of you wanting to tune will go last this way your bike can just stay on the dyno and no On/off tuning ( this is best anyways)

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Old 12-02-2007, 02:51 AM   #70
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Clayton, they had their dyno redone and that is why the numbers are low compared to your friend. Before my 1000 hit 173.5 at Powersports.

I was not able to make it out there today or else you would of seen my BADASS GSXR-1000 on top baby.
i dont know.. my f4i was 74hp that same day as ralphs pulled.
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You just lucky I didnt show up.

Its funny to hear all of you guys saying that you would be on top IF you had brought your bike or we were lucky that you didn't show up. I never heard a single person today at the dyno run talking , unlike the non-shows..
Next time pull your out and bring it to run and show us what you got. Until then shut your mouth.

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Ouch man.... you only had 35.93 HP/ 35.72 Torque. What mods you done? Last time I dynoed mine it was 42hp and 41 torque I think.
I know man those numbers are almost stock!
I've had a full snorklectemy, K/N filter, 170 main jet(biggest one), Two bros, pipe, and 7 stickers!

The tech was betting on 27 HP!
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Old 12-02-2007, 09:02 AM   #73
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I think the Numbers to the Left are not the A/F Ratio values I made the same mistake, The bike is actualy running LEAN. Wes has it set up funky!

Look at it closer bro....the red dotted line is always the target AFR of 13.0-1. The racebike's AFR curves were WAY under that.....his afr is in the 11.8-12.0-1 range......That would be a decent curve for a turbo/nitrous bike but for all motor, it needs to be around 12.8-13.0-1 depending on what the motor wants.....Some engines make more power at 12.8, some at 13.2.....I usually tune them until they make peak HP and TQ, then I add a tad more fuel, usually to get .2 richer AFR to help with the ram air affect and when cold temps set it....You will show more mph gain at the strip with a slightly richer AFR although your HP on the dyno might be 1-2hp down from peak. Tune for the strip and mph, not just for dyno hp....but the dyno gets you close.

BTW POH had their charts setup correctly. I would say the numbers are low but lots of the smaller CC bikes dynoed right where they should, so that leads me to believe either as the HP numbers go up, something in the software/calibration is holding them back some. At lower hp levels, the dyno was dead on.....not sure. But 06 R1s, 06 1000RRs and 06 ZX10s normally make at least 150hp SAE......Busas are almost always 148-157hp.
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I never heard a single person today at the dyno run talking , unlike the non-shows..
What? You didn't hear me flappin' my trap? I'm a non-stop -talker...it's like a 24/7 thing for me
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Warpbender... thanks for the vids... maybe next time we can make a dvd for all that attend... again thanks for everyone that showed up and for those that did not I hope to see you at the next one...
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wtf? its saturday night and everyone was at home posting?

None of you go out on Saturday night?
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i guess I'll have to attend the next one to get a base line. Looked like you guys had a good time.
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Old 12-02-2007, 01:35 PM   #79
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Do analog ignition devices cause strange things to happen on a dyno? 2 of my 3 pulls didn't show up completely on the graph. They just cut out at 8k rpm.

Also, why doesn't a dynojet dyno show at what horsepower you made peak HP and Torque?

Given the fluctuations everyone is talking about, it seems that an eddy current is the only way to find true max power. But I really like the dynojet cause it lets you know about mixture across the whole RPM band.
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