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Old 02-08-2009, 01:29 AM   #1
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FINALLY, I dynoed the busa....

Its been a long day so I will post up the details tomorrow.


14.5lbs of boost (my pump gas daily rider setting)
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28-29lbs of boost, notice we shut it down at only 9200rpms, this was to preserve a dyno reading because when the dyno hits 200mph, it loses the reading, theoretically, this pull is right at 200mph when we quit. Should have continued to 10,200, prolly would have made 450hp
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This pull was a boost controller issue that resulted it MUCH boost....not sure how much, well over 30lbs though...the gauges and data logger stop reading at 29.99 and it was there before 8k....I decided to not try this again...LOL This was more of a screw up on my behalf, I had no intentions of turning it up this high but I am glad it held it.....
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All in all, it was a good day at the dyno. Now its time to get it ready for the Texas Mile....
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:32 AM   #2
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how in the world do you keep the front end down with that kind of power????


does your bike have wheelie bars??
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Old 02-08-2009, 02:49 AM   #6
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If you don't mind me asking how much did you spend to get it dyno? Where? Thanks any help will be appreciate.
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Wow, Alan. I can't imagine what that beast would be like to ride. Congrats on the success and good luck at the mile.
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Extremely impressive.

I didn't quite understand the first graph, Torque and Horsepower by definition are the same at 5252 rpm , like the other two graphs.

Any major internal engine modifications to handle this.

Have you got your bike in a magazine yet?

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Extremely impressive.

I didn't quite understand the first graph, Torque and Horsepower by definition are the same at 5252 rpm , like the other two graphs.

Any major internal engine modifications to handle this.

Have you got your bike in a magazine yet?

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yes, he has a load of internal modifications. there is a thread somewhere that shows his rebuild step by step.
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Extremely impressive.

I didn't quite understand the first graph, Torque and Horsepower by definition are the same at 5252 rpm , like the other two graphs.

Any major internal engine modifications to handle this.

Have you got your bike in a magazine yet?

Good Luck

Torque and HP will always cross at 5250rpms....assuming that everything is right with the engine and dyno software.


I am shooting for 220mph at the mile, I am only going to run it around 18-19lbs of boost which is around 330hp....I don't have overdrive gears in the transmission so 19/38 gearing is about as tall as I can go gearing wise, we calculate it should need 330hp to hit the 10,600 limiter with that gearing within a mile....that "should" be 220-222mph. Ofcourse tire slip, clutch slip, wind and raceweight all can affect it.

If I had overdrive gears in it, I could run about 25lbs of boost which is around 400-410hp which would be good for 230mph+ IF the tire would hold(which it wouldn't without a bunch of additional weight in the swing arm).

I just want to get my 200 club certificate, run SOLIDLY in the 200s and not have it blow up.
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AWESOME Alan, finally got it hamered out,
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Extremely impressive.

I didn't quite understand the first graph, Torque and Horsepower by definition are the same at 5252 rpm , like the other two graphs.

Good Luck
Look closely at the first chart and you will see that the axis for HP and Torque are graduated differently (the left and right are not the same scale). That will cause the curves to not cross on the graph at the calculated value.
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Old 02-08-2009, 10:36 AM   #14
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Look closely at the first chart and you will see that the axis for HP and Torque are graduated differently (the left and right are not the same scale). That will cause the curves to not cross on the graph at the calculated value.

Good eyes!

I guess I didn't understand what he meant til I looked back at it. Johnny had the axis' off on the first one.
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i wouldn't do it twice ..


boy did i get a scare the other night ..

was on a bi-run at the track rear tire spun and bike missed shift ...
motor dies and a a red baron smoke trail follows ...you know like when a planes shot down and the pilots covered in oil ..

well i coast to the end of track ...see the fuel gauge showing no fuel pressure ..knew right away a fuse blown ...fuel pump and scavager pump on same fuse so is the ECU...

Yeah that would have scared the out of me too....

I got scared on the dyno several times yesterday, especially on the 474hp pull.....that was a total boo boo...
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