Ok, before you ask, NO, I do not have a scan of the dynos and do not know how to post. I just came back from the shop and have the dynos in my hand for my 1000rr, before and after the Arata/pc3
and map, and comparing the bike to other bikes--'04 R1 and '03 Gixxer 1k.
I will ask the shop to give me a CD of the info so it can be posted later.
Also, please note that this is a stingy dyno, so the absolute #s are always lower. However, it is the relative #s that are important.
1000rr Stock, best run of 3: SAE 140.16rwhp (1.0cf); SAE 71.16rwtrq
1000rr w/ Arata, Pc3usb and Map: SAE 149.57rwhp (0.99cf)(one run, of three, hit 150.23, but curve was not as smooth); SAE 73.34rwtrq
'04 R1 w/full Akra Race, pciii
and Map: SAE 153.55 (cf 1.01), with the only part of the power curve above the 1000rr from 11,800rpms--below everwhere else.
'03 Gixxer 1k w/full Akra, K & N pciii
and Map: SAE 147.90 (cf 1.0)
Stock Air/fuel on the 1000rr was totally flat at about 14.8; new air/fuel is set at 13.
So there you have it! Gains of SAE 9.4rwhp and 2.2rwtrq. The gains are across the range and consistent with what Sook posted in another thread. From 6,000rpms up the gain gap is especially large.
It appears that the stock heat shields/turn signal piece/fender will fit around the pipe and I will use this until I see an undertail I really like.
The shop still has the bike to add tires, brake lines, sliders, etc., so I do not have any riding impressions yet. I suspect that with the lessened weight and added power, it will feel slightly lighter and will pull harder.
As it turns out, my OEM Bridgestone rear tire had a staple in it during the dyno. I am having the tires switched to Pirelli Diablo Corsas and re-run for at least one run on the dyno. While some of the mags stated that the Pirellis were lighter and grippier and yielded better dyno #s, I am not expecting big changes. If there are changes, then I will post them!
Update: The shop re-ran the dyno (about SAE 152rwhp), but had the WRONG tires on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (put on Pirelli Diablos when the Diablo Corsas were clearly specified on the work order and paid for). I believe that the Diablos are lower in the Pirelli food chain and heavier; they will swap them out tuesday.
I also saw a R1 with the Arata on it--looks great! The R1 I think dynoed at 156rwhp, but am not sure if it is SAE or STD (which reads higher). As noted above, the R1 power curve is below the 1000rr for the entire range, except at 11,800rpms where the R1 has a slight power bubble above the 1000rr.
Bottom Line: All of these bikes are awesome and silly fast--even stock!