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post #1 of 6 Old 08-16-2003, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Dyno'd my 954

Just thought I'd get my bike dyno'd before I put the full exhaust system on the 954 so I would have before and after figures to see how much difference it actually made.
So I took the bike down to the local official tuning centre that
uses the tuning link software, to get the before figure, as I want to use the same dyno before and after to try to keeps results pretty even.
The tuner I used is Phil Tainton, from Phil Tainton Racing (PTR), he runs the Australian Suzuki race team, and has a very good reputation at being very thorough and reliable.

The bike was totally stock and has 4500 klms on it, I was expecting to see mid to high 120's, but I was surprised to see 135.4hp.

As I was pulling up a guy was just putting his helmet on and taking off on what appeared to be a brand spanking new GSXR1000
I asked Phil was it new, he said it was brand new and the guy riding it out the driveway was actually having his first ride of it.
He had it delivered to PTR from the dealership, and spent another$7k-$8k without even riding it.
They put a full yoshi system on it, had the head ported, replaced cams, fitted and mapped a power commander, he wouldn't get into specifics, but he did say that it made 174 hp at the back wheel


Don't know what some of you guys (girls included as guys) are getting from your stockers, but I was happy

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Re: Dyno'd my 954

Pretty nice looking graph ratter! Keep us posted on the new graph after the mods
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Re: Dyno'd my 954

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ratter1 : Don't know what some of you guys (girls included as guys) are getting from your stockers, but I was happy
I would be satisfied with that, Ratter. Most of the mags report dyno figures at 130 even. I recall one which got 132 out of a stock 954.

Your bike must be nice and loose and running well.
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Re: Dyno'd my 954

I am very happy with that, but I'm thinking the pipe and power commander may not give me as big as an increase as some of the lower hp bikes, but even if it gives me 10 hp, i've got 145

Forgot to add, phil compared my graph compared to a graph from a 2002 954 with a remus slip on and pc3 and it was making 130 hp

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Re: Dyno'd my 954

Good number's what gear was he in? I seen a few dyno's done here and they go to top of 3rd...I am told it depends what dyno machine they use....
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Re: Dyno'd my 954

I have a -02 954RR with Devil hi-pipe and Techlusion TFi and it gives me 146 DIN hp / 101+ NM Torque...

... still I would like to get some more :-)

/marko
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