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post #1 of 29 Old 02-28-2007, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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2007 Gsxr 1000 dyno numbers

Anyone heard the dyno numbers about the new 1000?
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got this off another board a guy dynoed his bone stock

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164 at the wheels that is what they said at the star MotorCycle school this weekend they had 2 of them out there. Remember its a heavy bike so they can have the few hps but I will have the lighter bike.
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oh geez here we go. everybody pick a side - "the suzuki is ugly/heavy, the dyno reads high, etc" or "the kawi has more power, handles better, etc". face it, it's newer than whatever you're riding so it's probably better. unless kawasaki is sending you a paycheck just get over it and be happy with the fact that motorcycles from EVERY mfgr are getting better and better every year.
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oh geez here we go. everybody pick a side - "the suzuki is ugly/heavy, the dyno reads high, etc" or "the kawi has more power, handles better, etc". face it, it's newer than whatever you're riding so it's probably better. unless kawasaki is sending you a paycheck just get over it and be happy with the fact that motorcycles from EVERY mfgr are getting better and better every year.
Not that more top end BHP = Better. I wonder what the mid range is like? It's just more willy waving

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They just got one of the new 07's Gixxers in stock here at one of our local dealers.

As with any progression I am sure it will make more than enough power to make most people happy in the beginning, but as with any bike the power will not be enough and the mod bug will kick in for the owners.
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I had a brand new k7 1000 in today. Not even been run yet. So the customer and i peeled off all the pretective tape, stuck a battery in it and started it up.
The customer was insistent on a nice long steady break in period, so we gave it 10 minutes of winding the throttle up and down then fucking nailed it. This is what it made, bone stock.
The 3 curves relate to the chart at the top.
A and B map made same power but the throttle response when rolling on/off/on throttle and also cracking the throttle on B map was noticably softer. C map was just totally retarded and it was like it was towing a trailer. Certainly be good for the rain.



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Wow, 172 hp?
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I had a brand new k7 1000 in today. Not even been run yet. So the customer and i peeled off all the pretective tape, stuck a battery in it and started it up.
The customer was insistent on a nice long steady break in period, so we gave it 10 minutes of winding the throttle up and down then fucking nailed it. This is what it made, bone stock.
The 3 curves relate to the chart at the top.
A and B map made same power but the throttle response when rolling on/off/on throttle and also cracking the throttle on B map was noticably softer. C map was just totally retarded and it was like it was towing a trailer. Certainly be good for the rain.




Those number are crap!!

This bike will for sure be the strongest ever 1000's bike but no way 172.47 RWHP on a dyno that is calibrate correctly. Now unless these are uncorected HP and the temp happen to be freezing cold there is no way it's accurate.

172.47 X 1.12 to convert to flywheel horsepower = 193 bhp. The specs I seen from Suzuki for power said that it's anywhere from 184-186 bhp. This dyno is way off!!

I am sure that if you put your zx10r on a same dyno on the same day as a K7 we will be able to really compare and verifie that there is no way that k7 make over 10-15 rwhp more than a ZX10R stock for stock!

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Those number are crap!!

This bike will for sure be the strongest ever 1000's bike but no way 172.47 RWHP on a dyno that is calibrate correctly. Now unless these are uncorected HP and the temp happen to be freezing cold there is no way it's accurate.

172.47 X 1.12 to convert to flywheel horsepower = 193 bhp. The specs I seen from Suzuki for power said that it's anywhere from 184-186 bhp. Your dyno is way off!!

Put your zx10r on the same dyno on the same day and now we will be able to really compare! There is no way that k7 make over 10-15 rwhp more than your bike stock!
You wait till I get mine done. It will be the first ZX10R with over 200BHP on here. Very small BHP mind :)

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