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Dyno Graph showing Before / After runs with BST Carbon Fiber Wheels!

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thats pretty cool!

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As i always say... You da man!!! Ive been itching to see if i gained bigger numbers with my lighter wheels. Im still going to find out for myself.

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I think I could get ALOT more hp for $4000!
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I think I could get ALOT more hp for $4000!
yup you can buy a turbo or supercharger and get a shit load more but your also getting better braking and handeling with the lighter wheels... The bling factor is nice as well.

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Good post, thanks for the info.

Do you know if the "after" included ceramic bearings also?

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Yeah....but doesn't it depend on the dyno type? ....I thought I read something in a test(mag) about doing a 520 conversion will show higher #s. I also did a dyno on my old zx9R with tight chain....operator said I lost about 3hp right there......just saying it maybe the same thing.

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Remember HP is a calculated number. The lighter BST's showed a higher HP number because of less work required to rotate the wheel at said RPM. But to say it makes more power is a bit inaccurate. The engine still makes the same HP and Torque as stock. Just the numbers are skewed a bit due to the type of dyno and reduction in rotating mass.

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dont forget most all dynojet dynos are run under acceleration tests and not load testing. This is simply a matter of this dyno graph showing a bike on a acceleromter pretty much...

none the less I believe rims will let you release more hp but this is just another way to sell wheels, people love hp numbers....

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dont forget most all dynojet dynos are run under acceleration tests and not load testing. This is simply a matter of this dyno graph showing a bike on a acceleromter pretty much...

none the less I believe rims will let you release more hp but this is just another way to sell wheels, people love hp numbers....

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Remember HP is a calculated number. The lighter BST's showed a higher HP number because of less work required to rotate the wheel at said RPM. But to say it makes more power is a bit inaccurate. The engine still makes the same HP and Torque as stock. Just the numbers are skewed a bit due to the type of dyno and reduction in rotating mass.
yep....pretty much what I was getting from both posts.....nice thread though just was trying to get into a little more perspective of what it means.

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