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post #21 of 303 Old 10-02-2010, 09:06 AM
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Awesome looking bike bro
Whats spun me out is i have the same model with a yoshi slip on though, and to look at our dyno sheets they almost have the exact same curve and overall whp..
The only difference is the power curve on mine is smoother up top before it hits revcut, and it made .8hp more then yours
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Awesome looking bike bro
Whats spun me out is i have the same model with a yoshi slip on though, and to look at our dyno sheets they almost have the exact same curve and overall whp..
The only difference is the power curve on mine is smoother up top before it hits revcut, and it made .8hp more then yours
A Dyno number is just a number, my bike did 4 pulls and made more hp each pull as the auto tune kept making adjustments.

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A Dyno number is just a number, my bike did 4 pulls and made more hp each pull as the auto tune kept making adjustments.
+1, the only way to judge is to run bikes on the same dyno the same day. My bike has a built motor and just read only 2hp more than jlg0987's, but if they were put on the same dyno I think it would be very different. It's all in how the dyno is setup. Of course there are the other variables like altitude, humidity, engine temperature, tires, etc as well.
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+1, the only way to judge is to run bikes on the same dyno the same day. My bike has a built motor and just read only 2hp more than jlg0987's, but if they were put on the same dyno I think it would be very different. It's all in how the dyno is setup. Of course there are the other variables like altitude, humidity, engine temperature, tires, etc as well.
Believe it or not the biggest difference is whether or not the bike is strapped down, I ran mine on two different Dyno's (both Dynojet 250i) 1st made 184 (strapped down) the other 171 (not strapped down). as has been said it's best to use the same dyno for consistency if making mods over a period of time.

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On a different note I noticed on your previous thread that there was an issue with fitting the fuel tank, what was it and how did you get around it, I ask as I am thinking of doing the same mod on mine.

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P.S great looking bike by the way, and congrats on your patience.

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Believe it or not the biggest difference is whether or not the bike is strapped down, I ran mine on two different Dyno's (both Dynojet 250i) 1st made 184 (strapped down) the other 171 (not strapped down). as has been said it's best to use the same dyno for consistency if making mods over a period of time.

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On a different note I noticed on your previous thread that there was an issue with fitting the fuel tank, what was it and how did you get around it, I ask as I am thinking of doing the same mod on mine.

Thanks

P.S great looking bike by the way, and congrats on your patience.
I didn't install the tank or 99% of what you see but what my builder did say as it was, the tank was 95% complete. The fuel pump apparently had to be put in backwards to fit, there are no mounting points for the side panels, and the front mounting bracket isn't specific. The bracket had to be cut to fit properly then my builder had it powder coated.

My biggest complaint with the tank and it couldn't be fix not for a reasonable cost is the tank completely mounted isn't stiff like the stock tank. The stock tank mounting points are actually really stiff. My builder tried using the stock setup on the eti tank but to no avail.

this mod especially is not something I would recommend anybody do unless you have money to blow. I personally did it cause I'm semi retarded and more importantly I wanted something that wouldn't rust as the new tank I bought off ebay had some surface rust and I wasn't pleased with that.

You could try beater tanks if you wanted to try something more unique. They look to be top notch quality with a price tag to match unfortunately, and I believe they are race legal.http://www.moto-works.jp/beater/index.html#k2

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