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Old 01-20-2008, 02:18 PM   #61
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that's one of a shot of gas you got on that thing. lol...nice!
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that's one of a shot of gas you got on that thing. lol...nice!
Here is the spray run on the Superflow dyno, the reason it was higher was because the car was spinning the tires on the MTI dyno(hence the lumpy graph)

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Just to add insult to injury, here is a 3rd dyno I have been on, this was about a year ago but it was also a Dynojet dyno....:
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Notice all the numbers jive within a couple hp from all 3 dynos.....
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IMHO !! Patrick is astand up guy always willing to help & give HIS advice on what he has installed & seen work .....I've never heard him put anybody down ......at his class he held the other saturday ,he said repeatily .....if it hasn't worked for him he will not sell the part to the indv. He was very honest & let everyone ask ANY question they had & didn't make anybody fill STUPID for asking ...he went the extra mile to make sure the question got answered & was understood .........................So b-4 I decied to watse money on something i'll ask patrick for his opinion ...B/C as he said in the class ...........he will help anybody that wants help .....most of the time he dosen't even charge you for it ....Again on the board he tells anybody witha problem "bring it by & let us look at it no charge "

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that's not my point, my point is that a 2002 gsxr 1000 will never truly dyno 160 with a pc3 and full exhuast and there are TONS of people that will tell you other wise. To the rest of you people on this site thinking about getting dyno tunning done. do your research and don't beleive everything you hear. oh yeah and zxalan i don't care what you say you know im right, thats why you take your bike to andy and maybe you should take patricks out or yours
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Question for the car guys.
I've got an '04 Jeep Rubicon and a Kenne Bell supercharger.
The ECU was reflashed by KB but I believe it's running rich and could use a bit more timing.
Do you guys know anyone that may be able to tune it locally?
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that's not my point, my point is that a 2002 gsxr 1000 will never truly dyno 160 with a pc3 and full exhuast and there are TONS of people that will tell you other wise. To the rest of you people on this site thinking about getting dyno tunning done. do your research and don't beleive everything you hear. oh yeah and zxalan i don't care what you say you know im right, thats why you take your bike to andy and maybe you should take patricks out or yours
Soory it's not in patricks......Your mom is not finished yet ...then i'll have to check my list & see who's next !! but i'll keep you informed !!!

This thread started out asking how V/S will work on a gsxr 600 ? True ?

Just add a bottle of spray on your sh*t & a 150 pill & now you will get 160 hp ..................not for long but you can say it happpend ...
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and he has posted numerous dyno charts supporting his 02 GSXR 1k will make 144whp stock. you posted an 02 falco 1k dyno chart. WTF does an aprilia falco have to do with an 02 gixxer 1k????


we can can sit here and post up dyno charts all dam day showing totaly different numbers. this is pointless, i know my bike wont make 144 to the wheel becuase people who do nothing but tune have told me so. that's all that matters. And it wasnt just andy who said it.
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that's not my point, my point is that a 2002 gsxr 1000 will never truly dyno 160 with a pc3 and full exhuast and there are TONS of people that will tell you other wise. To the rest of you people on this site thinking about getting dyno tunning done. do your research and don't beleive everything you hear. oh yeah and zxalan i don't care what you say you know im right, thats why you take your bike to andy and maybe you should take patricks out or yours
No one other than you said it would, but then again you also said it wouldn't even do 140, which has been disproved.

AFAIK Alan typically uses Johnny Cheese, IMO one of the finest tuners around.

You still never have answered my original question, and have now stooped to personal attacks and insults, apparently because you can't back up what you say.

I'm through arguing with you, it's a waste of time and energy.
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Soory it's not in patricks......Your mom is not finished yet ...then i'll have to check my list & see who's next !! but i'll keep you informed !!!

This thread started out asking how V/S will work on a gsxr 600 ? True ?

Just add a bottle of spray on your sh*t & a 150 pill & now you will get 160 hp ..................not for long but you can say it happpend ...
lol what are you like 6?
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Do you guys know anyone that may be able to tune it locally?
maybe Hennessy in sealy...Mr viper boy
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that's not my point, my point is that a 2002 gsxr 1000 will never truly dyno 160 with a pc3 and full exhuast and there are TONS of people that will tell you other wise. To the rest of you people on this site thinking about getting dyno tunning done. do your research and don't beleive everything you hear. oh yeah and zxalan i don't care what you say you know im right, thats why you take your bike to andy and maybe you should take patricks out or yours
I don't even know Andy.....LOL....I turn my own wrenches and tune my own bikes....OR have a big say and hand in the tuning with the dyno operator tuner.

Basically dynojet numbers are the industry standard, thats why 90% of speed shops/tuners use dyno jets but I agree with the fact it must be a load/brake dyno to get a good tune, especially at part throttle tuning....
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No i ride a 1000 ..silly
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oops i was talking about someone else well at least you kinda have an idea of where im coming from

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Do you guys know anyone that may be able to tune it locally?
Try MTI, they are opening a Viper Division in their shop to start capitalizing on the rich folk with vipers. I am sure they can either flash your ECM or get you with someone who can. Just remember to keep it rich and keep timing advance short so you don't have a melt down like I did....Not sure if yours is intercooled or not but.....

Thats pretty cool to have a blower on a wrangler.... Sounds like something I would do....
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we can can sit here and post up dyno charts all dam day showing totaly different numbers. this is pointless, i know my bike wont make 144 to the wheel becuase people who do nothing but tune have told me so. that's all that matters. And it wasnt just andy who said it.


I know I said I was out but this one is too easy.

So the charts showing multiple other '01-'02 GSXR1000's, all on different dynos, including a respected member here, are all pure fantasy / fabrication?

All of these people and dynos are wrong but your "statement" with nothing to back it up, is right?

And once again you STILL haven't answered my original question, are you sure you're not a politician!?!
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No one other than you said it would, but then again you also said it wouldn't even do 140, which has been disproved.

AFAIK Alan typically uses Johnny Cheese, IMO one of the finest tuners around.

You still never have answered my original question, and have now stooped to personal attacks and insults, apparently because you can't back up what you say.

I'm through arguing with you, it's a waste of time and energy.
i never said a word untill your little followers started becoming volgure
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we can can sit here and post up dyno charts all dam day showing totaly different numbers. this is pointless, i know my bike wont make 144 to the wheel becuase people who do nothing but tune have told me so. that's all that matters. And it wasnt just andy who said it.

FYI a 2001-2002 Gix1k will make anywhere from 136-143rwhp in SAE numbers.....most though are 136-139 in SAE....In STD they are usually in the 140-144hp range. Mine only made 142hp in STD with a slip on. Mine was a little weaker then most for some reason, I think it was broke in too easy. Here it was at 4400 miles when I got it, still had the original rear tire if that tells you anything:

Velocity Stacks questions?? This is also a DJ dyno but the operator did not get it to full temp before making the pulls, hence the difference in HP from the Johnny Cheese chart at 142hp, both were in STD.
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