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post #1 of 37 Old 06-03-2007, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I would like to hear some HP numbers, there are some people on other forums stating some crazy numbers and it smells a little fishy:headshake . lets see some dyno sheets
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what are you looking for stock or modded?
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Ok I would like to hear some HP numbers, there are some people on other forums stating some crazy numbers and it smells a little fishy:headshake . lets see some dyno sheets
I don't have dyno sheets, but I do have time slips!!!

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well time slips are king, but not everyone on here drags, I do but the bike hasn't even been to the track yet, its 2 weeks old, and taking care of all the necessaries before the beating begins. We pulled 159.9 stock, and we just built an exhaust for it, now we are working on the tunning. Someone on another forum claimed 180 at the wheel, sounds kinda hookie to me. I dunno though, but thats alot for these things to pick up with an exhaust and tuning only
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doubt u will see it with only pipe and tuning but with allll the mods 180 is possible.

with all the mods i have done and tuning i am cranking out over 190hp+.
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doubt u will see it with only pipe and tuning but with allll the mods 180 is possible.

with all the mods i have done and tuning i am cranking out over 190hp+.
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hahaha yea I know he claimed an exhaust and fuel map, 180.............:headshake
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Yeah, I should be in the 190+ range but we have a factory pro dyno and we cannot accurately convert to dynojet numbers so i haven't put up my dynojet figures just yet, I'm going to try and get on 3 dynojets this week so we can have a average reading. but if we were to convert our reading to dynojet it would be 195-197hp!!!!! the best thing about it is it sure as hell feels like that much power. I spent about 5 hours on the dyno doing back to back runs with velocity stacks, spark plugs, and a few other small things to squeeze every bit of horse power out of this sucker.

I'll be posting my results as soon as i can get on a dyno.
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