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yea i understand all that. and unfortunetly i wasnt able to run it previous to mods. those numbers are also corrected HP so with the correction factor taken out it would only be about 112 hp i beleive.
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i cant find the dyno print out but my 08 put out 115.9 whp i have a full yoshi rs-5 wraped with exhaust wrap +2 teeth in the rear k&n air filter power commander pc3 with the map for the full leo vince exhaust
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I had my bike dyno tuned the other day. I have Arrow header, Akra slip-on, stock air filter.

I had the Power Commander installed and it was running lean, so the tuning made everything level on that end.

However, it only made 103.34 HP and 41.95 for tq. Does that seem low? I know all dynos are different, but some guys are getting higher numbers on stock bikes? whats the deal?

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^^ yes, def. seems low considering the pipe + tune. perhaps the dyno you were on gave true HP, where most of them embellish the # ~10hp from what i hear.

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Mine was 103ish too after the tune. Often times a shop's dyno will be off by 10ish and they like it cuz it makes them look like they did a better job than someone else, etc. Did you get a base dyno run before the tune?

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yea, they did a base run before the tune. and it was very very lean. i think it was 102hp. but the chart showing the air/fuel was way off. so that part is pretty good now

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Cant get my scanner to work but just had my bike dyno tuned a few weeks ago. Wasnt too happy with the gains for how much money you spend on a pc.
Baseline BMC filter/Micron Slipon- 106 hp and 45 tq
Tuned w/ BMC filter/Micron Slipon- 110 hp and 46 tq

I couldn't feel a difference in the bike or anything when I rode it. I also brought it to the track that same night and was running the same times I had ran with out the pc3.
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The baseline was with a slipon/filter map (blue)of dynojet website. red is after the retune, mods are in my sig. seems very low to me but the bike rips!

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kinda dissappointing for the money spent huh?
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anyone have 03 cbr 600rr, bros slip on,k&n airfilter PC3 map ?
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kinda dissappointing for the money spent huh?
Yea but it was very lean down low so its good that got taken care of. otherwise it was a big waste he spent 3 hours re tuning it for .9hp lol. I figured it was a risk worth taking(spending the money for the dyno tune), i didnt really know where it stood power wise or if there was any more to be made. unfortunatley there wasnt really more to be made

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I just got a custom tune this weekend.
I will try to get the sheet scanned and put on here.
I have two bros slip-on,DIY Velocity stacks, K&N filter, Air box mod.
Running half racing fuel and 93 Octane.

Ended up 108.12 HP and 44.02 Torque

Started out with a Regualr map off the internet.
Was 104.70HP and 42.51 Torque

And the air-fuel was all jacked up,now it just a smooth line.

The bike fells like it is brand new again.
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Dynoed my 09 last night. Stock it made 96hp. I added k&n filter and a took off the muffler. Added a strait pipe. It made 102hp.

I will be getting the dynojet i.r.c. You can clearly see on the graph where Honda decided to pull timing on the 09's. It should be good for another 5-6hp

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Damnit.. I wish I still had min, I got a base run at brand new dyno break in that gave me 110 RWHP then had Full Arrow exhaust with pcIII and got a total of 113 RWHP :( I plan on having it done again by a different shop for the shop I had it done at the guy doing it was BRAND NEW and NEW to tuning it..Now that I have just shy of 11k I hope to do it again soon at a better shop. Mark Ledesma here I come.


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08 600RR Full KR Tuned Exhaust, BMC Race Filter, PCV w/Autotune, Pair Mod and Gutted Intake.

Bike stock did 106.66 and 44.93 to the wheel.

After summer of riding on street with Autotune she did 111.93 and 46.06 to the wheel.

After Tune on dyno she did 115.9 and 47.21 at the wheel.

Will post dynos up in a couple days.

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Mine did 121.5HP.

See my signature for specs :)
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The 106 is stock, 111 is Full KR Tuned Exhaust, BMC Race Filter, Pair Mod, Gutted Intake, PCV w/Autotune and a crappy map loaded with a summer of riding to tune. The 115 is tune on the dyno.

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The green line is my '07 CBR600 superbike-built engine on pump gas. The red line is a supersport-built '08 R6 on race gas..



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Very nice numbers
we just got my 07 SS bike off the dyno on 87 pump we put down 122 and on VP we put now 128.9. I will try to get my dyno sheet post up this weekend
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When I got it tuned at Erion last Nov 110whp - arrow full system - bmc street filter Pc3 - stock on this particular dyno should be about 94whp so pretty good



Then a quick check up at cycle mall last month 105whp due to some climate differences and some minor tuneup issues I should have done first. IE tire pressure, chain too tight. Also I think my BMC street filter needs a good cleaning after 6000 miles.

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Here's mine. 600RR 2005 (european model) + Akra Slip-on + BMC airfilter + PC3 Custom Map. Feels way more torquere and has now a great gas respons in every gear
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Here is the dyno sheet from my 03 CBR600RR. It has a Hindle Full Exhaust, Power Commander, 103/105 Cam Timing, 13.5:1 compression ratio and it is running on CAM2 (Sunoco GT 260 100 octane).

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I have a 08 european model (PC40) with RS-5 slip-on, PCIII and stock air filter. Heres the dyno sheet, sorry for the crappy picture :)

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