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post #1 of 25 Old 04-12-2006, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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160 hp/ rear wheel/ pessimistic dyno

This is the custom dyno curve from my 2005 ZX10R... (STD curve...curve for sato slip on, power commander III and air pump removed) around 160 hp from the rear wheel...very pessimistic dyno...real hp numbers are even higher...

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Seems like normal numbers for a slip-on to me. What were you expecting?
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Whats the deal with the torque?

pessimistic is an understatement!

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Mine was 157 with a slip on, power commander and custom map...

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Whats the deal with the torque?

pessimistic is an understatement!

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I dunno where you guys get "pessimistic" and "optimistic" from, the numbers by themselves mean JACK. It is so irrelevent it ain't funny. Just coz this one reads lower than others, why aren't the other "high reading"? LOL And wait up, go and read Factory Pro's "Dynojet speil of bullshiit" and you'll see that Dynojet dyno's read VERY HIGH and give unrealistic numbers. Hahahaha whatever.

All that you can see from that graph is the Sato slip on and the pc (with whatever map is in it) gave him 6h.p. Nothing wrong with that. My question is, was it custom mapped or just run with a map off the net etc? If the latter, you should get it custom mapped, and you will see a bigger gain again. The torque gain is great too. Seat of the pants dyno should make you pretty happy, and even happier having it custom mapped if it isn't done already. Have fun
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Is it just me or is that like the most unrealistic torque numers you have ever seen from a10 I got 82 and 162 hp rear wheel with an Akro slip/on and mine was on a superflow Dyno on a Dynojet a couple of weeks ago I got 171 rwhp but I didnt even post it cause everyone knows dynojet dynos LIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I dunno where you guys get "pessimistic" and "optimistic" from, the numbers by themselves mean JACK. It is so irrelevent it ain't funny. Just coz this one reads lower than others, why aren't the other "high reading"? LOL And wait up, go and read Factory Pro's "Dynojet speil of bullshiit" and you'll see that Dynojet dyno's read VERY HIGH and give unrealistic numbers. Hahahaha whatever.

All that you can see from that graph is the Sato slip on and the pc (with whatever map is in it) gave him 6h.p. Nothing wrong with that. My question is, was it custom mapped or just run with a map off the net etc? If the latter, you should get it custom mapped, and you will see a bigger gain again. The torque gain is great too. Seat of the pants dyno should make you pretty happy, and even happier having it custom mapped if it isn't done already. Have fun

My Bad.....just saw the torque was in N-m...not ft-lbs...
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"cause everyone knows dynojet dynos LIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Yep. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight. Obviously the case, coz this guys bike on the superflow, would make what then? 148? OK, you're the expert. LOL
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My Bad.....just saw the torque was in N-m...not ft-lbs...


Birdman, are you hypersensitive or what?

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