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post #1 of 32 Old 08-10-2010, 01:53 AM Thread Starter
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Got mah bitch dynoed today and....

It made 175.09hp and 80.75ft lbs of torque atw with a yoshi R55 slip on,akra link pipe,pcv,k&n filter and custom map.. No other mods

Heres the dyno sheet:



Im quite happy with this figure considering im still running the stock headers and cats and have minimal mods..
The guy dyno'n it told me it was a strong engine,considering that he recently dynoed a 1000cc blade with full exhaust,cams, pc,air filter that made around the same figure
Gotta love 10's

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Nice bro! I cant wait to get my header, and stacks to get mine dyno'd. Seeing this give me hope for my mods lol. Nice to finally have sum real numbers running different set ups to see what works best together

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These posts make me really frustrated....

I had an '04-

It made 142 HP stock
I put on a Yosh TRS slip on it made 150.7

I then put on a full Hamaguchi system and it made 151.75..

Now I just bought a 2008-Had it tuned on Saturday.
It made 142 bone stock-

With Arata Slip on it made 151HP-Full custom map,PERFECT AF @13/13.6 Across the Range..

On a DynoJet Dynameter
WTF????
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These posts make me really frustrated....

I had an '04-

It made 142 HP stock
I put on a Yosh TRS slip on it made 150.7

I then put on a full Hamaguchi system and it made 151.75..

Now I just bought a 2008-Had it tuned on Saturday.
It made 142 bone stock-

With Arata Slip on it made 151HP-Full custom map,PERFECT AF @13/13.6 Across the Range..

On a DynoJet Dynameter
WTF????
Every dyno is different. You could go to one and pull 150hp and go to a completely different one the same day and pull 180hp. The numbers aren't as important as are the a/f ratio and your curve.

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HP numbers are nominal...percentage of net gains is what tells you where your money is best spent...15% gains is 15% on any dyno, anywhere, fact.

Perfect A/F and a nice power delivery, if this is not enough, spend more money...if said dyno told you it was 180hp or 150hp, regardless if it's not enough it isn't.

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another thing on bikes is the good dynos will have forced air so the bike isnt sucking for air that isnt there, but has air pushed into it, thatll come into play a lot, do sum searching before you et it dyno'd to find the best guy and dyno. a slip on or exhaust wont get you anywhere amazing over stock power, like he said, spend a little more to put in your bike and youll be looking at those numbers or maybe better!


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It made 175.09hp and 80.75ft lbs of torque atw with a yoshi R55 slip on,akra link pipe,pcv,k&n filter and custom map.. No other mods


Im quite happy with this figure considering im still running the stock headers and cats and have minimal mods..
The guy dyno'n it told me it was a strong engine,considering that he recently dynoed a 1000cc blade with full exhaust,cams, pc,air filter that made around the same figure
Gotta love 10's
Thats a GREAT dyno run, and typical of what is for all intents and purposes, a race tuned engine from the factory once you trash the can and boom box. Normally I am a K&N hater, but not on this model. It works. I have done a lot of testing on these Gen 3 filters.

Many, actually a lot of Gen 3 owners post these type of mid 175+ numbers after an exhaust change, Power Commander and aftermarket filter.

My last dyno run a few months back produced 180, but that was also with an ignition module, and BST wheel with ceramic bearings and full Akra system, PC3 and cam timing.

I have race cams, springs and thin head gasket left "in stock" , though I may not even bother as this Mofo pulls like no other already.
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Thats a GREAT dyno run, and typical of what is for all intents and purposes, a race tuned engine from the factory once you trash the can and boom box. Normally I am a K&N hater, but not on this model. It works. I have done a lot of testing on these Gen 3 filters.

Many, actually a lot of Gen 3 owners post these type of mid 175+ numbers after an exhaust change, Power Commander and aftermarket filter.

My last dyno run a few months back produced 180, but that was also with an ignition module, and BST wheel with ceramic bearings and full Akra system, PC3 and cam timing.

I have race cams, springs and thin head gasket left "in stock" , though I may not even bother as this Mofo pulls like no other already.
You actually have a intake race cam left? I remember you selling one to a member on here.

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You actually have a intake race cam left? I remember you selling one to a member on here.
That wasn't the 08 intake race cam I sold. It was the 06/07.

The 08 race intake is basically the same (same lift) as the stock 08, just 4 more degrees and i really cant see that doing much below 10K RPM's, so I am not sure I will even bother with it.
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