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Cutom Mapped and Dyno Run

I had a good map in the bike but I needed to get in and get the bike serviced. They ran it 1st and it put down 150.67Hp w/74.47Tq. This is at 2500 ft. They then serviced it, all valves in tolerance except for one on the exhaust side was a little tight. They then disabled the pair valve, flushed radiator, changed oil, cleaned the air filter, replaced the plugs, fixed my leaky valve cover gasket and changed my brake fluid. They then put the bike back on the dyno for a full tune. I tell you what it really is smooth and pulls hard. Final numbers 155.30Hp and 76.69Tq.




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congrats man....good #'s (even tho all dynos are diff) i hope all is well and glad your lovin the zx10

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looks like shes running great!
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I had hoped for more power but remembered that the dyno is just a tool for tuning and is best for documenting changes to see what works. I can say the bike is more responsive and has plenty of power although I may see about getting one of Garth's heads and cam and thin gasket etc...

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