Re: my 1000RR Dynoed
Just came back from dynoing/mapping my bike. Bad news is that they had some problem in the Dyno (there was an explanation but I'm not sure if understood all of it) and it was basically only good the measuring power, not creating custom maps (for anything else than 100% throttle or something).
Moriwaki Pipe with Akrapovic Euro map (with some minor adjustments that could be made) gave something like 4 horses more over the stock run from last week. It was way hotter now (it was 0 celsius outside when the stock run was made last week, not it was like +15 celsius) so apparently the results are not very comparable (contrary to what I thought last week, so the cold outside temperature contributed to the high numbers I got last week). Peak horsepower had moved up to 11300 rpm and and there was practically no fading between peak-power and redline like in stock which is nice for track use. Due to difficulties the dyno operator didn't charge anything and even offered to work some more after they get the problems with the dyno sorted.
I may end up taking the bike to one of race-engine builders we have here to be mapped, as it now appears that my changes of getting comparable before and after dynos are now pretty much gone (as if they ever existed due to base run being made on different day)