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Old 04-03-2008, 12:20 AM   #1
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Where Can I get my bike Dynoed? perfer South east side but if I can get it done tomorrow I'll go wherever i'm off work. I wanna see what my bike is pushing as long as it's not to expensive.
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how much do they charge for just a Dyno run?
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Old 04-03-2008, 07:17 AM   #5
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metric , but it's inthe heights

well worth getting it tuned there as well.

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I think they have one in highlands
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Just wait for a Dyno Day, and you can get three pulls for pretty cheap.
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why dyno it w/o tuning it, just throwing $ away so you can brag about what hp you have?
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why dyno it w/o tuning it, just throwing $ away so you can brag about what hp you have?

I think it would be helpful to get a base pull before you start modding.
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I think it would be helpful to get a base pull before you start modding.
You get that- but there are ways to optimize and tune a stock bike, which is still your baseline because there are no mods yet.

He's saying that "tuning" is worth the trip, and simply "getting a pull" is a waste of time. Might as well tune it rather than just get a pull.
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why dyno it w/o tuning it, just throwing $ away so you can brag about what hp you have?
IT WILL GIVE HIM A BASE LINE READING FOR WHEN OR IF HE MODS IT OUT AND MAKE MORE HP, AND THEN TUNE!
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IT WILL GIVE HIM A BASE LINE READING FOR WHEN OR IF HE MODS IT OUT AND MAKE MORE HP, AND THEN TUNE!
I'm sure Andy (@ Metric Motorcycles) does a base line run before he tunes...

FWIW... you'll get more out of a stock, tuned bike than a modded bike not tuned. Even the maps that you can download from PC or other sites usually aren't getting very close to the potential of YOUR bike.
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IT WILL GIVE HIM A BASE LINE READING FOR WHEN OR IF HE MODS IT OUT AND MAKE MORE HP, AND THEN TUNE!
Read above, that's what I said.
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Tejas Motorsports in Highlands has a Dj250i dyno that reads within 1-2hp of JohnnyCheese's DJ250i in Austin so I know its accurate. If you are doing it for comparison purposes/bragging rights, stick with a Dynojet dyno. If you dyno on Andy's Factory Pro, you are gonna make 10hp less or more then on a DJ and you will be heartbroken....LOL

I didn't know Discount Motorcycle Tire had a dyno, if you go there, make sure you find out what model dyno it is and what year it is.....Calibration is key for accurate numbers... If I were you, I would use Tejas, they get $70 for 3 back to back pulls and thats in an air conditioned dyno room so you will get good, ACCURATE numbers there. The dyno operator works on/tunes a Streetbike shootout bike....(500+hp)
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If you dyno on Andy's Factory Pro, you are gonna make 10hp less or more then on a DJ and you will be heartbroken....LOL
Johnny Cheese's dyno does too, he just does the conversions for you.

Andy will do the conversions for you too if you just want to inflate your ego.

Personally, the numbers mean little to nothing to me, it's the performance of the engine and what I want out of it that matters. If it's 50hp or 200hp, I could care less.
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Johnny Cheese's dyno does too, he just does the conversions for you.

Andy will do the conversions for you too if you just want to inflate your ego.

Personally, the numbers mean little to nothing to me, it's the performance of the engine and what I want out of it that matters. If it's 50hp or 200hp, I could care less.
Exactly, its just a number. If thats all you care about just add some HP to whomever does it. Or don't do it and make something up.
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Where Can I get my bike Dynoed? perfer South east side but if I can get it done tomorrow I'll go wherever i'm off work. I wanna see what my bike is pushing as long as it's not to expensive.
I Really want to see the results. Can you post the results and your mileage later, or just pm me? But just to let you know, don't expect to see 170 or 165 hp out of it.
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Dynojet dynos take a mathematical guess at horsepower at the crank........not real accurate but provide a baseline to measure against when making changes


Factory pro dynos are measuring real rear wheel horsepower so their numbers are lower but more accurate.
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