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Wadup. finally got my dyno sheets from the shop. got it tuned a little while ago. i guess i would post it here too...

From what i have heard the ec997a dyno reads ALOT different than other dynos such as the dynojet 250. please gimme input...

im running basically stock except- bmc air filter and yoshimura trs bolt-on exhaust and PCIII w/ custom map

here it is... 132.6rwhp and 69.3ftlbs of torque.

fuel/air ratio is at the bottom

 

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atleast now you know you're running a more efficient air/fuel ratio.
 

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:eyecrazy:WTF, that's not kind of low, those numbers are really low. Do you know what other bikes actually put down on that dyno?
 

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two guys from the shop had internal work done to their zx10r's with full exhaust, cams, ported heads ect.

they only ran 12-30 more hp than me.

So its not my bike , its how the dyno is reading it.
 

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Hard to tell how it compares unless you can get a base line for another zx-10 on the same dyno. Maybe someone who has used the dyno before can toss in some input. To give you an idea, I put down 165hp and 80lbs tq on a dynojet
 

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^^^ Guess that's what I get for not refreshing before I post :lol:

13-30hp is a pretty big margin though.
 

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^^^ Guess that's what I get for not refreshing before I post :lol:

13-30hp is a pretty big margin though.
stock motor with minor street upgrades vs full modd'd race bike with full exhaust and the whole 9 yards though...

not too big of a margin?
 

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The actual number means nothing. It is the difference between the first pull and the last that you want to look for. There are a ton of optomistic dyno's out there, so some guys have overly inflated dyno #'s. Some operators will just increase the correction factors to make the # look big as well. Don't sweat it, the curve looks great and it looks like you were able to get some decent gains from the tune as well.
 

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stock motor with minor street upgrades vs full modd'd race bike with full exhaust and the whole 9 yards though...

not too big of a margin?
I don't mean between your bike and theirs, I mean their numbers are pretty far gapped. Which bike made 13hp more and which was closer to 30hp? Either way, like fireman said, numbers mean nothing more than bragging rights on paper.
 
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