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post #11 of 27 Old 01-10-2018, 06:24 PM
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ECU reflash, custom map, 185 RWHP
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post #12 of 27 Old 01-10-2018, 09:03 PM
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good tune, smooth progressive powerband there. 185 sae scale is about 190 std hp measurement.
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My 16 with HG, kit cam/ecu, full graves, on Sunoco 260 gtx made 190whp which is 10 more than my 11 with similar work. It’s all about the Dyno.
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in the dyno I go... flash and slip on, gen4 makes 179-180.... degreed cams then 192, a gen5 with flash and slip on made198
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depends on Dyno, my Gen 5 with a full Akra and Woolich flash made 177hp at rear.... I'd say it would be anywhere from that to 185hp on other dyno's
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Bench racing dyno numbers..............that's the shit I like.
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I also have a 10" very thick D...., and women need at least 2 months of braking in....

wrong forum same spirit...
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I also have a 10" very thick D...., and women need at least 2 months of braking in....

wrong forum same spirit...
This.


Adding to that people that believe that stickers add HP.

BURNOUT.....
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Honez I try not to add stickers!it defeats the purpose of adding Titanium and Carbon!it just gains weight every "go fast"decal added!I keep all advertisement decals to a minimum and request they be made using bespoke aerospace lightweight technical Lycra
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Adding to that people that believe that stickers add HP.
Why i like a clean bike, let the rider/motor do the talking. But if stickers add HP, i have a refrigerator covered that could probably run the 1/4 faster than John Force!! Bet there are some pretty quick tool boxes out there too!
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