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post #1 of 30 Old 08-23-2012, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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Blowing the tire off on the Dyno??

Good evening fellas...quick question finally got my bike on the dyno but my dyno guy says he is having problems getting it dialed in and getting acurate numbers.

He says when he goes to do a pull right around 10k it blows the "tire off". Now i know what that means at the track..but on the dyno????? He says he cant get accurate readings above 10k because of this. the bike is strapped down and yes he is sitting on it while doing a pull. Then numbers are low for what im expecting and to be honest i hope there is some relevance to this blowing the tire off deal. It somewhat makes sense, since around 10k the bike should make peak tourque. Cams are set at 108/110, 2 mill, vance & hines head, Web 400L intake, 358 exhaust. Mr12..etc..

Any insight to this would be greatly appreciated

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What tire do you have on the back?? My buddy and I both had the same problem. Shinko's don't like to hook on the dyno. The dyno eats those things up pretty bad. You gotta put like a pilot power or another good street tire and that'll fix it.


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yeah tire will make a difference. we had to strap mine down so hard my tuner was worried about bending the swingarm lol
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thanks for getting back guys..im running a 180 Power one.
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also will that cause low #'S??
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Sport Rider magazine addressed how tire weights and type affect dyno readings. Hope this link works.

http://m.sportrider.com/tech/146_040...yno/index.html
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any kind of drag tire is gonna kill hp.

find you a good medium compound street tire and try it
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I use a worn Pilot power tire, it is very light and hooks up good even when it gets hot.

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The stretch on the bike wont help it hook on the dyno. My turbo busa stays hooked with 260hp to the wheels with a 180 power one. I have to sit on the passenger seat for it to hook though lol.
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i appreciate the feedback fellas....so there is some validity to what he is saying?? He really cant dyno the bike nor get accurate readings??
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