first 2019/20 bmw s1000rr dyno... 206rwhp? - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 51 Old 05-11-2019, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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first 2019/20 bmw s1000rr dyno... 206rwhp?

this thing is going to be a monster, esp with the shiftcam bringing in much more midrange
despite all the power, early reviews say its incredibly easy to ride, and comfortable.
kawa needs to step it up!
and lol it beat the duc with 100cc less

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I believe it. Give or take a few % for error, should be right. We did pulls on a '18 with 197 to the rear wheel on a stock exhaust. Dunno about UK fuel compared to US but that may give a lil extra too
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206whp!! That's so insane! I remember being shocked when shopping for my bike in 2013 and reading that guys were getting 170whp after Archer's flash. 170hp! OMG How am I not going to kill myself with that much power? lol Thank God for modern tires and traction control.

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Too bad they are still ugly. 220 HP with system.

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Thats awesome power!
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Too bad they are still ugly. 220 HP with system.
really? i think the new one looks fantastic... to each their own

if kawa doesnt come out with something to keep up next year ill probably be switching

nothing wrong with my 10r i love it, but its getting up in mileage and id be switching to a new bike next year anyway... was really hoping to 2019 zx10r would have some more significant improvements but they didnt really do much.
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I'm sure it's going to be an awesome bike in a number of ways but I'll withhold judgement on the dyno numbers until a few more folks get their hands on them. Even better, I'd love to line up with them. :)

Back in 2010 I recall people running around screaming about BMW's new monster sportbike that made 190rwhp STOCK!!!!...they didn't. Back in 2016 there were some dyno posts and videos about the new ZX-10R that made 195rwhp STOCK!!!!....they didn't. For reference, on the dyno where my Gen 5 was tuned (193rwhp) the strongest 2015+ full bolt-on BMWs make high 180's to the wheel. I expect the new one to be stronger but 206rwhp STOCK!!!!...we'll see. :)
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ECU reflash, few bolt ons, that beast will be pushing WSBK numbers!!!!


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I'm sure it's going to be an awesome bike in a number of ways but I'll withhold judgement on the dyno numbers until a few more folks get their hands on them. Even better, I'd love to line up with them. :)

Back in 2010 I recall people running around screaming about BMW's new monster sportbike that made 190rwhp STOCK!!!!...they didn't. Back in 2016 there were some dyno posts and videos about the new ZX-10R that made 195rwhp STOCK!!!!....they didn't. For reference, on the dyno where my Gen 5 was tuned (193rwhp) the strongest 2015+ full bolt-on BMWs make high 180's to the wheel. I expect the new one to be stronger but 206rwhp STOCK!!!!...we'll see. :)
Are you trying to tell me the manufactures exaggerate? The 2012 mv agusta does not weigh 409lbs and make 212 hp?
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Are you trying to tell me the manufactures exaggerate? The 2012 mv agusta does not weigh 409lbs and make 212 hp?
manufacturers advertise dry weight, and horsepower to the crank, not wheel. the new rsv4 1100 factory makes 217 hp to the crank. there's far too many variables to make claims about what it puts down to the rear wheel. The crank is the crank, that'll always be pretty much the same, it's after that where it gets wonky with the losses
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