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04 zx10r Dyno Run - pics included..

Wadup. finally got my dyno sheets from the shop. got it tuned a little while ago. i guess i would post it here too...

From what i have heard the ec997a dyno reads ALOT different than other dynos such as the dynojet 250. please gimme input...

im running basically stock except- bmc air filter and yoshimura trs bolt-on exhaust and PCIII w/ custom map

here it is... 132.6rwhp and 69.3ftlbs of torque.

fuel/air ratio is at the bottom

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Numbers seem quite low...

I know you said it reads differently, but that is a big margin...
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atleast now you know you're running a more efficient air/fuel ratio.
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WTF, that's not kind of low, those numbers are really low. Do you know what other bikes actually put down on that dyno?
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two guys from the shop had internal work done to their zx10r's with full exhaust, cams, ported heads ect.

they only ran 12-30 more hp than me.

So its not my bike , its how the dyno is reading it.

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Hard to tell how it compares unless you can get a base line for another zx-10 on the same dyno. Maybe someone who has used the dyno before can toss in some input. To give you an idea, I put down 165hp and 80lbs tq on a dynojet
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^^^ Guess that's what I get for not refreshing before I post

13-30hp is a pretty big margin though.
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Wow! I know you said it reads low, but that's TOO LOW. That's the numbers my 98 R1 puts down minus 18!!!

http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/yam...00_r1_1998.php
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^^^ Guess that's what I get for not refreshing before I post

13-30hp is a pretty big margin though.
stock motor with minor street upgrades vs full modd'd race bike with full exhaust and the whole 9 yards though...

not too big of a margin?
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Wow! I know you said it reads low, but that's TOO LOW. That's the numbers my 98 R1 puts down minus 18!!!

http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/yam...00_r1_1998.php
that ESTIMATED 150 that is to the crank.. not the wheel sir
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