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post #1 of 23 Old 09-24-2003, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Dyno Results

I had my bike tuned yesterday. I've got a Two Brothers full high pipe with a PCIIIr. Max hp was 139.1.
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Re: Dyno Results

Was the first pull stock....or just the pipe/PC not tuned?

Mine was 128.4 stock.

140.x after custom map w/ Arata/PC3r (no ign changes). So the pipe/PC & custom map got me about 12hp.
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The first pull was with the pipe, butnot tuned (133.3). I'm satisfied with the 139 and cannot wait to try it out on the track this weekend.
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Well my bike on a dynojet pulled 122hp not tuned. *I went and had it tuned on a SuperFlow Dyno and the first pull they pulled 105 w/1% correction. *When I left it made 111.2hp and added 5 more lbft torque. *The hp sounds low but it freaken flies now. *I'm going to take it and see how much more it makes on a Dynojet. *I'm very happy with it.



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Wow - talking about 'dynos may vary'! The more threads I read here about dyno results, the less I ever want to spend the money to have my bike put on a dyno. I mean, chit, the HP figures vary so wildly from one dyno to another that it would seem they don't mean anything in real numbers - other than telling you the difference between stock and aftermarket (pipe, PC III), which is somewhat meaningful. I have read of some pretty huge number differences on here between stock and aftermarket. If I ever get to add an exhaust system and PC III to my bike, I will just judge the results by the (hopefully) noticeable improvements in smoothness off idle and performance.
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Re: Dyno Results

Bacchus,

For me, smoothness of power delivery was what I was after when I got it tuned. Before tuning, there was some detonation and the ignition timing needed to be adjusted. The change in performance is night and day, plus an increase in horsepower.

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2001 929rr : Well my bike on a dynojet pulled 122hp not tuned. *I went and had it tuned on a SuperFlow Dyno and the first pull they pulled 105 w/1% correction. *When I left it made 111.2hp and added 5 more lbft torque. *The hp sounds low but it freaken flies now. *I'm going to take it and see how much more it makes on a Dynojet. *I'm very happy with it.
Wow, that is the lowest number I've seen/read. Isn't that a bit low, even if you have a slip on and no PCIII? Can that be right? I'm with Bacchus, all these Dyno results seem to vary quite a bit. I'd have to ship my bike to Australia to get dyno'd
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Superflow Dyno's read lower than Dynojet Dynos. Apples to Oranges!!

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What's IS the difference? How does that change Dyno HP results? Are you saying if he then goes to Dynojet, he'll see 130hp?
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Just to add more here. The guy running the Dyno told me that My bike made really good power. *They had a GSXR-1000 with a Full system on it the night before and it only made 131 to the rear wheel.



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Re: Dyno Results

One of the reasons we make more power is because we have higher octane fuel, our premium unleaded is 98 octane and our crap stuff is 92, our bikes also come mapped differently ( not sure how different the maps are but they are different, to suit our conditions i guess! )




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Jungleboy : One of the reasons we make more power is because we have higher octane fuel, our premium unleaded is 98 octane and our crap stuff is 92, our bikes also come mapped differently * ( not sure how different the maps are but they are different, to suit our conditions i guess! ) *
What does 98 cost for a liter, or gallon, which ever they sell it by?

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Re: Dyno Results

95 oct or 98 oct is what sells here in Norway as well. 92 was introduced just last year, but most cages are set up to run minimum 95 octane so I don't think they sell much of the cheap * ...

Here a litre of 98 octane costs about 9 kroner which would be about 1,28 US $ *Way to expensive !!!




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