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Old 03-17-2009, 01:57 PM   #1
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I hope this photo works. i'm not good at this part. but 125hp on a 04 gsxr 750. i'm pleased considering it's 5yrs old and over 15,000 miles. just velocity stacks, programer, and slip on. last dyno was 115hp cuz the programer was way too rich. i got that figured out this time though. just ordered termi strada full exhaust and then i'm doing some tuning.
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Sweet!!!!

Good idea of a baseline. Are u re-using the Tejas Dyno for the tune afterwards?
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Sweet!!!!

Good idea of a baseline. Are u re-using the Tejas Dyno for the tune afterwards?
yes i am going up there for the tune. what is funny is i was on the dyno twice that day and i pulled 126hp at first and then my last time on the dyno i was the last person and he hooked me up by putting in the sniffer and and hooking up the power programer and smoothed out my air/fuel ratio from 11,000 rpms till redline on WOT and it pulled 125hp. might have been a little hot but still great. you can see where he adjusted it. real nice guy to do that for $25.
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yes!! i got it figured out now!!
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yes i am going up there for the tune. what is funny is i was on the dyno twice that day and i pulled 126hp at first and then my last time on the dyno i was the last person and he hooked me up by putting in the sniffer and and hooking up the power programer and smoothed out my air/fuel ratio from 11,000 rpms till redline on WOT and it pulled 125hp. might have been a little hot but still great. you can see where he adjusted it. real nice guy to do that for $25.
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Good numbers for a stock 750 w/ slip on for sure..... Air fuel curve looks pretty decent..... A GOOD full exhaust system and custom map should get you to 130-135rwhp....
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Good numbers for a stock 750 w/ slip on for sure..... Air fuel curve looks pretty decent..... A GOOD full exhaust system and custom map should get you to 130-135rwhp....
i hope so. that would be awsome. we'll see soon though.
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SAE or STD...?
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SAE or STD...?
Which one do you prefer?
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It's not that big a deal but STD numbers are higher so depending on the dyno or setup it could be low or high (just something to think about). Either is fine as long as you are comparing apples-to-apples...
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all i know is the numbers are uncorrected. he said it was because the weather was about perfect and the difference between corrected and uncorrected that day were slim to none. you can see the conditions on the bottom of the print out. it was a great day to dyno. but either way i will be doing the tuning with the new exhaust on the same dyno so it will be "apples to apples."
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It's not that big a deal but STD numbers are higher so depending on the dyno or setup it could be low or high (just something to think about). Either is fine as long as you are comparing apples-to-apples...
I'm looking for true #'s, we ran Bluewaves and mine at Tejas and had same hp
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I'm looking for true #'s, we ran Bluewaves and mine at Tejas and had same hp
Same dyno, same day....that's the most important part...
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