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Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

I ran her with 2500 miles at 4500 feet on a Dynojet model 250. 143.8 hp and 74.4 lbs-feet torque. Not what I expected but he had dyno'd two other 1000rr's and all three were within 1.5 h/p and 1 lb-ft of torque. What was interesting is the lumps in the torque curve at the bottom, 2500 rpm and again at like 4000. My old 954 was 140.9 and 68 on torque with a full Hindle, PC3, flapper, pair mode, etc. The funnt thing is I did several roll ons before selling the "old" 954 and usually the 1000 would pull 3-4 bikes by the end of second. A 3rd gear only would result in 10 bikes by the end of third. More than a 3 hp difference on a heavier, taller geared bike, I would say. Different dynos by the way.
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

Different dynos?
Those numbers are meaningless.
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

It's all in the power delivery
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

I meant different dynos from my 954 to the 1000rr. I was actually surprised that all 3 1000rr's,dyno'd on different days were all within 1.8 hp.
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

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I meant different dynos from my 954 to the 1000rr. I was actually surprised that all 3 1000rr's,dyno'd on different days were all within 1.8 hp.
Thats 1.2% difference. Thats cool!

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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

My 1000 RR did 145.2 on the DYNO ** it's Stock ** My 954 does 152.5 Acropivic pipe / Hass Exhaust valve eliminator/pciii r / Ported and Polished/ and a custom map done by VALESCO RACEING. tHE 1000 IS A NICE BIKE Realy stable at speed, But the performance is not there compared to the other litre bike's. It's also heavier than the 954 !! One of the Guy's I ride with own's the new KAWI zx10R , Excellent performance, lot's of power way more than my 1000 rr Too bad HONDA did not give the 1000 this kind of Power.
Was at the VANCOUVE BIKE SHOW this weekend and seen the new
GSXR 1000, Ugly PIPE , but nice and light and it's supposed to put out 164 rear wheel hp !!
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My 1000 RR did 145.2 on the DYNO ** it's Stock ** My 954 does 152.5 Acropivic pipe / Hass Exhaust valve eliminator/pciii r / Ported and Polished/ and a custom map done by VALESCO RACEING. tHE 1000 IS A NICE BIKE Realy stable at speed, But the performance is not there compared to the other litre bike's. It's also heavier than the 954 !! One of the Guy's I ride with own's the new KAWI zx10R , Excellent performance, lot's of power way more than my 1000 rr Too bad HONDA did not give the 1000 this kind of Power.
Was at the VANCOUVE BIKE SHOW this weekend and seen the new
GSXR 1000, Ugly PIPE , but nice and light and it's supposed to put out 164 rear wheel hp !!

You say your 1000RR is stock. How much horse power do you think it would have if you did all the performance mods to it as you did to the 954?
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My 1000 RR did 145.2 on the DYNO ** it's Stock ** My 954 does 152.5 Acropivic pipe / Hass Exhaust valve eliminator/pciii r / Ported and Polished/ and a custom map done by VALESCO RACEING. tHE 1000 IS A NICE BIKE Realy stable at speed, But the performance is not there compared to the other litre bike's. It's also heavier than the 954 !! One of the Guy's I ride with own's the new KAWI zx10R , Excellent performance, lot's of power way more than my 1000 rr Too bad HONDA did not give the 1000 this kind of Power.
Was at the VANCOUVE BIKE SHOW this weekend and seen the new
GSXR 1000, Ugly PIPE , but nice and light and it's supposed to put out 164 rear wheel hp !!
My exprience in club racing is that the ZX-10 has major issues putting the power to the ground---prolly why the ZX-10s have pretty much sucked ass--there is alot more to a bike than just power---most 1000RRs with a pipe/PC3 are putting out 155HP-160HP---which is pretty decent
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

I Am sure I can get good ** HP ** out of the 1000 RR If I put Mod's into it .
What I Am saying is that HONDA should of given it the same kind of Power As the Rest of the LITRE BIKES!!
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

Durability won't be there though. Bikes are approching a point where more power will wear things out so fast the bike will have no life to it. They can only get so light as well. Look at some 4 year old literbikes compared to some 10 year old 600s. As long as they are taken care of equally, the new bike tends to look tired and tends to have more wear because they are sooo light.

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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

Yep. I heard recently that the Yamaha's in ama (R1's) are starting to chew through parts etc like they're going out of fasion. And as far as WAY more power. The bikes I have seen here on my dyno, the CBR is 150 stock and the ZX10 and R1 are about 156-158. Hardly HUGE amounts of h.p. But like someone else said, it's about power delivery, and umpteen other things that make a bike fast to ride. H.P means SFA, otherwise, drag bikes would be winning all the road race events no? Hahaha
The problem with the ZX10 is the engine mounting. Apparently the pre production model was sweet, but for production they changed one of the engine mount positions, and it fukt it up. Wants to wheely everywhere and is very unstable.
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Yep. I heard recently that the Yamaha's in ama (R1's) are starting to chew through parts etc like they're going out of fasion. And as far as WAY more power. The bikes I have seen here on my dyno, the CBR is 150 stock and the ZX10 and R1 are about 156-158. Hardly HUGE amounts of h.p. But like someone else said, it's about power delivery, and umpteen other things that make a bike fast to ride. H.P means SFA, otherwise, drag bikes would be winning all the road race events no? Hahaha
The problem with the ZX10 is the engine mounting. Apparently the pre production model was sweet, but for production they changed one of the engine mount positions, and it fukt it up. Wants to wheely everywhere and is very unstable.
talk like that makes me glad I didn't get the ZX10 and just went with the "lesser" 929 which is more at my level anyway (really still above my level even after a season on it)

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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

There may bea mod available for it, that apparently fixes it right up and makes it a really nice thing to ride, coming out of Japan soon. Anyone interested , I can give you the contact for who's making them in Japan.
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There may bea mod available for it, that apparently fixes it right up and makes it a really nice thing to ride, coming out of Japan soon. Anyone interested , I can give you the contact for who's making them in Japan.
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Re: Dyno'd the 1000RR today.

I contacted them, and they'll only deal with them through me (I know the guy). They are pretty expensive. I think I have a pic of it somewhere. I'll have a look.
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