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post #1 of 16 Old 05-18-2011, 02:30 AM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone. So i have the 08 zx10r and i had it dynoed and mapped, he said the bike was lean in the bottom and rich at the top, so of course he tuned and fixed that, but my concern is that the readout from the dyno says my bike max output hp is only 144, thats with the pc, m4 slipon, and k&n filter. I thought the bike had like 170 stock. Any ideas on this
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post #2 of 16 Old 05-18-2011, 03:09 AM
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every dyno reads differently but yeah 144 sounds low lol.. its just a number tho i mean when you flick your wrist are you saying damn only 144..... yeah i didnt think so

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every dyno reads differently but yeah 144 sounds low lol.. Its just a number tho i mean when you flick your wrist are you saying damn only 144..... Yeah i didnt think so
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My bone stock '08 dynoed at 144. Next week, different dyno, 158.
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what type of dyno?
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İ have PCV, K&N air filter and M4 GP full exhaust... My bike produced 170whp

your result doesn't sound right??

Also who said they produce 170 stock??? lol
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Do a search. This topic has been covered in depth a bazillion times. The gist of it is HP numbers are relative. You should be more concerned with percentage gained over stock. Menaing take your specific bike completely bone stock running 91 pump fuel and get it dynoed on a particular dyno. Then do all your mods and tuning then go back to that particular dyno and get your numbers. To me if the bike is running properly and I get a 100HP reading stock then 125HP reading afterwards I'm very very very very very happy. Did I say very happy???? Because I bet you that 125HP ZX10R would dust many 170HP ZX10R's!!!!!!

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I'd say it is either the dyno or something is wrong with the bike. I would assume you would know that something is wrong so it is most likely the dyno. The dyno could just provide conservative numbers and some do.

I'd take it to another dyno and see if there is a difference. Get the chart that provides SAE numbers, not STD.
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My 09 put down 156whp with a PCV, BMC race filter, and a M4 GP slip-on with a very generic map. Fully tuned maybe one more HP added. All of the 10Rs I have seen on the dyno usually produce 150-165 range.

Just threw it on the Dyno today (5/28) and it pulled just over 157whp SAE:5 (89oct) with the same mods listed before on the same dyno with the same tuner but with much hotter conditions (much cooler last time it was ran.) Only thing different is the oil, went to full synthetic. Correction to the top, checked the chart again and it was 155whp, not 156whp as first stated. Saw that when we were comparing charts.

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It's vary by the type of dyno....and the dyno itself...you can have 5 of the same exact dynos each of them can still read different ..

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