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post #11 of 18 Old 06-26-2017, 09:07 AM Thread Starter
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my bike vs a stock one that makes 179... you see that at 9K its starts to produce more and more...
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went back to the dyno with one map6% vs the 20% over stock.. wish I could explain it better....

from 189 to 192hp difference consistent, tried and tested several times... and at 8usd the test, the timing and this stv maps have cost me like 154usd. on dyno.
17 pases on the dyno


just letting you guys know...

now my constraint is the exhaust... according to my logic


but the good news is that the bike is a f.... rocket
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What kind of timing advance are you running? What STP maps are you running? Euro?

Keep in mind, ZX10's typically make more power on the dyno as they heat up. I've seen up to 5whp from cold to hot.
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dont know timing advance of the euro....

yes I know, if you strap on the dyno cold it makes 186-187.... that is wy I roll on the dyno for a couple of minutes so the temp goes like 90C, then I let it idle, and then let the temp go down, spraying water in the rad, then when the temp is 77C, I do the test..

Cold to hot the diference is 2hp on my bike...
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Interesting.

Can you post the graph please.

My flashed 2011 UK bike with link pipe Scorpion exhaust and standard headers made 188 RWHP on a Dynojet dyno.

I should get into the low 190s with something like a full Arata system.
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have flashed, tuned, like 4 zx10r,
filter, slip on, 178-180 rwhp....
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have flashed, tuned, like 4 zx10r,
filter, slip on, 178-180 rwhp....
Yeah maybe the dyno read high but I'm in UK so there's probably a difference.

All I know, the bike is fucking fast...Very peaky power delivery though.
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