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Old 11-09-2008, 12:31 AM   #1
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so i ran the busa on thursday night up at 2 Wheel Toyz and got a baseline of 170 hp and 101 ft lbs of tq. we just got a baseline, no tweaking or anything. all i can say is i want more more more. haha.
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looks like decent numbers. congrats.
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full yoshi exhaust, pcIII, k&n, ngk 2 step hotter plugs, and the TRE. i hope messing with the power commander can get me a little more out of it. i need bigger numbers... spray??... turbo???
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some nice yoshi cams and some spray or go big bore if you want more
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Old 11-09-2008, 08:53 PM   #6
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i think the ultimate goal will be a turbo, but cams and spray sound nice. i didnt know yoshi makes cams. ill have to look into that. im just not to sure what else i can really do without breaking into the engine, by the time i do that, ill just go all out and re work the whole thing.
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seems pretty good. I dynoed mine with 300 miles on it bone stock and got 155.5 hp and 95 lb ft torgue
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oh i forgot to mention i got it geared down one tooth up front.
170/101 just doesent seem enough though, i dunno, maybe im just gettin power hungry?!?! yummy
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oh i forgot to mention i got it geared down one tooth up front.
170/101 just doesent seem enough though, i dunno, maybe im just gettin power hungry?!?! yummy
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power coasts lots of money he means i think, and build your motor before you go turbo so you dont have to work backwards
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170 is a good # for a basically stock motor, If/When U start leaning on them for more, such as nitrous or turbo, it can get VERY expensive, Whay do U NEED more are U racing it, that kinda # should pull mid 9,s easy. And also will dramatically effect reliability and shorten the life of everything, clutch, trans, tires, I,ve been racing my 99 for 9 years and there is allways someone faster, but I promise there bike wont be here in 10 years
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yeah good point. i would like to race it, i just dont have any experience doing so, also i dont have all the gear to race it. i guess i should invest in that. lol. but like i said i would like to race it, but keep it pretty streetable. going through tires and such isnt really that big a deal to me, it comes with the territory and i got the money to replace/ fix it. low 9's would be sweet, that would really boost me up knowing i got a 9 sec bike. im just not to familiar with all the ins and outs of racing a bike or know anyone that even does it, plus , working in the oil field keeps me away from a lot of events, at least for the time being bc they are workin me a lot being new and all. i dunno i guess ill just see how it goes.
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should go to hmp on sundays and practice your launching, all you need is jacket, gloves, shoes that cover ankle, helmet. once you get your launches down then go to baytown and see what it runs
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yeah good point. i would like to race it, i just dont have any experience doing so, also i dont have all the gear to race it. i guess i should invest in that. lol. but like i said i would like to race it, but keep it pretty streetable. going through tires and such isnt really that big a deal to me, it comes with the territory and i got the money to replace/ fix it. low 9's would be sweet, that would really boost me up knowing i got a 9 sec bike. im just not to familiar with all the ins and outs of racing a bike or know anyone that even does it, plus , working in the oil field keeps me away from a lot of events, at least for the time being bc they are workin me a lot being new and all. i dunno i guess ill just see how it goes.
If that thing puts down 170 rwhp, I,ll put it well into the 9,s for ya, as well as Mathews and a slew of other jockeys on here
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170hp is OUTSTANDING for a stock motor w/ a pipe, especially considering its not even tuned. Thats actually the strongest I have ever seen....Average with a good pipe, modded air box and custom mapped PCIII is usually 165-168hp.

Back in the day, mine made only 160rwhp with a Yosh duplex system, modded air box, all short stacks and tuned with a yosh box. Installing yosh cams, a better exhaust system and a PCII with a custom map, made 175rwhp and ran 9.30s@150 at 695lbs, stock wheelbase, 16/39 gearing, lowered and strapped. Ran 9.teens on a 40 shot.


If you want to keep it 100% reliable as a stocker, slap cams in it, get a custom map and leave it alone. You can ride it anywhere and it will last a long time with no driveability issues.
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Drew, if you want more ponys, just come in and let us put a 20hp shot of nitrous on it. I get killer deals on them and as you know if I get a smokin deal on something I pass it on to all you guys. Ask Rudy about the GSX-R 600 we did that on last Friday. SMOKIN' HOT!!!
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Or you could let Rudy use it one weekend. It will probably come back with nitrous, an air shifter and a bald tire. He only puts miles on bikes a quarter mile at a time.
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170hp is OUTSTANDING for a stock motor w/ a pipe, especially considering its not even tuned. Thats actually the strongest I have ever seen....Average with a good pipe, modded air box and custom mapped PCIII is usually 165-168hp.

Back in the day, mine made only 160rwhp with a Yosh duplex system, modded air box, all short stacks and tuned with a yosh box. Installing yosh cams, a better exhaust system and a PCII with a custom map, made 175rwhp and ran 9.30s@150 at 695lbs, stock wheelbase, 16/39 gearing, lowered and strapped. Ran 9.teens on a 40 shot.


If you want to keep it 100% reliable as a stocker, slap cams in it, get a custom map and leave it alone. You can ride it anywhere and it will last a long time with no driveability issues.
Thats right bro, and takes alot of talent to run those #,s, stock wheelbase
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Or you could let Rudy use it one weekend. It will probably come back with nitrous, an air shifter and a bald tire. He only puts miles on bikes a quarter mile at a time.
well seeing how i just got that new tire, i need to preserve it a little while. if i get some nos i want a chrome bottle... be on the lookout.
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