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Official Dyno Chart Thread

Please post your dyno charts here:

There are so many questions regarding hp/tq ratings with and without mods
on different model RR's - hopefully if you post your results here we can
get some real world figures for reference: PLEASE POST CHARTS ONLY!! and
list the modifications done, that way we can all SEE the results and make good
estimates of upgrades.

Thanks in advance for sharing and post away............:icon_lol:

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BDT Why not start us off with your chart?

i'll add mine next week, after yet another remap
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Well, I haven't been able to get mine to a dyno yet because I haven't done any performance mods yet, thats why I started this thread, lol.

Anyways, here is a comparison of the bone stock 2006 and 2007 RR's from sportrider.com. Please note: With the dyno sportrider said "The dyno chart we've published with this test is deceiving, because our regular SuperFlow dyno is still in the process of being moved and we've been forced to use alternate dynos that have different characteristics. Thus, the '07 CBR graph printed is actually slightly lower than it should be."


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here's mine. Bone stock with 23 miles on it!


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not sure about this.....why every1 else has high readings and mine, after all the mods, doesn't.

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Anybody have an electronic version of their dyno? I'd love to have a spreadsheet of torque values every 200 rpm or so...

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Got my bike dynoed today. 107,7 Hp and 60 Nm.

It's totally stock performance wise. Will add a new dyno chart when I've got the TiForce exhaust and PC.




After looking at the other charts I have to question my numbers though. 60 Nm is way more than any other bike is getting.

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Here's mine. This is with 500 miles on the clock. When I get the ignition maped I'll post a new one

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Wow, guess I have the least power of all.....







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In for later...

I am planning on a full exhuast in the coming month, just as soon as I figure out if I want the Leo, Arrow, Akra or Arata.

I will do a stock bike baseline run followed by a run with the exhuast and PC3 intalled and then the exhaust and PC3 after tuning; as this should make for a decent comparison. Of course it will all be on the same dyno and tests performed the same day.

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DYNO RESULTS


ok i don't have a scanner so i had to shot them and upload them as a large pic

The bike went in for another re-map and ignition timing. the bike was actually mapped twice. the first time was for the HRC filter, having that in threw of the old map majorly bring it down to 113hp. So the smoothed this out first, then the timing/ignition module was set-up and then i have another quick stnit of smoothing and remapping

the first shot is a 4th gear roll on, super smooth and firing just shy of 119hp



the second is through the gears, it hits a peak power of 124hp, this is abit sharp and in the real world the rest of the range is showing more like the 120hp figure





these numbers came from
Stock Motor
Akrapovic "factory WSS spec" race system
Ten Kate Intake
HRC Airfilter
Pair Removal
Dynojet PC3
Dynojet Ignition Module
And 5 yes 5 remaps and plenty of fresh oil

apparently if i was running a road tyre i would have shown even bigger numbers due to the extra weight in the rubber putting it down to the drum.
Very pleased and i'm looking forward to seeing if i can feel the difference when i'm out on Monday 16th
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I got my 04 600rr back today from (WRW RACING ,FLORENCE TX) the only mod i have besides the PCIII is a duel D&D SLIPON. DYNO TUNE(109 & 45) I WAS STOKED, didnt think it was going to be that good of #s with just a slipon exhaust.
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had my bike at dyno today went in with 106.19bhp and 43.088ftlb of torque and running pretty weak but after the map had been done it was up to 111.83 and 35.08lbft torque so a 5.64 bhp increase and 1.2lbft of torque was expecting more to be honest as i thought the full system would give a couple more hp over a slip on but im happy bike feels alot better now!!__________________

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heres mine from 1st custom map i had.



it seemed oki till i had the new map which is now alot alot better , here is my 2nd custom map



got it too 116 bhp at the wheel with -

Stock engine
Full Arrow comp system
K and N air filter
Dynojet Pc3
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Pair removal
along with all my other goodies
had brand new diablo corsa 3 on it too only had 100 miles on the tires and it went on the dyno, tire was fine after , duel compound ftw.

Awaiting round 3 of the dyno!

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just remember every dyno reads differently. It doesn't do much good comparing readings from different ones.

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just remember every dyno reads differently. It doesn't do much good comparing readings from different ones.
Especially with the Euro graphs using the DIN correction factor and American graphs SAE.



I ran mine again on the dyno the other day but I forgot to get the print out. I'll get it next week and add it.

I originally dynoed it with about 800 miles and got 107.8. This time with a little over 2000 miles it was up to 110.8 in 4th gear, 112 during a 2nd through 6th run. Still with the stock exhaust and intake. I tested a punched out stock muffler and there was no difference. Then I hooked up my Bazzaz unit with its preprogrammed map for a slipon and there was no discernible difference. The stock mapping of mine was done extremely well by the factory. The shop owner says he has never seen a factory map so smooth and perfect, maintaining a constant A/F ratio from something like 4k all the way up.

I'm going to let the Bazzaz unit self-map the next time I go to the track. I don't think I can make it much better.


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Heres mine with just a Leo Vince Slip-on. I got her dyno'd for free at a local dealership customer appreciation day. I don't know why they diddn't record tq. 5k miles on her too.......

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Tri colour, I take it they didn't measure air/fuel on your chart? If they did, what the??

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No he didn't. I'll ask him to do it though when I get it re-dynoed with the new exhaust and PC.
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Its not an rr but an r6 and I just thought it was really impressive:
http://www.r6-forum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=69774

"My bike stock put out 107HP
Mods added.....
Graves Carbon Full Exhaust & Bazzaz Controller

Bike puts out now 120HP

+13 HP a 10.8% increase and 10+ pounds lights without the Cat!"

120whp for a 600 is very impressive...isnt that about what 750s put out? And only a few mods too....


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different dynos show different readings. that could have been a dyno that read high..but r6s to make the highest peak horsepower of the 600s

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it could also be the consequence of a 520 kit with upgearing. the upgear automatically makes the horsepower higher. if he dynoed with stock gearing and stock chain, then did a 520 -1/+1 or something like that, the #'s would be higher just cuz of that, let alone the mods he did. The Bazzazz is the **** by the way! i don't have one, but my friend does and that thing is awesome!

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First runs were with the Bazzaz installed, stock exhaust with muffler punched out, stock filter and pump gas. Later I put in a stock filter with the paper element removed. That made it extremely lean at all RPM. I didn't mess around too much trying to tune to it, I'll do that when I'm actually riding it at the track.

4th gear and 6th gear. This is about what it did the last time I ran it.




These runs were with the open filter and VP U4.2 fuel. The fuel actually made it run richer which goes contrary to what VP says. There was an obvious power increase. Left run is 4th gear the others 6th.






For future reference and accurate comparisons, DIN horsepower reads about 3 horsepower higher than SAE horsepower.

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Just got my 07' 600RR dynoed.
Has only leo vince slip on and a PC3 with a downloaded map. Bike came out with 102.9 hp and 41.8 torque. Seems a little low for an 07 with a slip on.
After my bike was dynoed, a 07' R6 went up. He had a full system leo vince with no pc3 and he put out 111.2 hp and 42.8 torque.

I'll probably get a custom map done soon. But 102.9 is a little low. Probably highest i can get with a custom map is 105
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^^ yea, that's a bit low for an '07. what kinda oil/filter you running? what kind of air filter are you running? how many miles on the bike? don't only pay attention to the top # - it's only important about 1% of the time when you ride.... i bet you had stompin' bottom and mid compared with the r6..... did the r6 have any modded upgearing? that can also exaggerate the hp #. you running stock 525 chain and sproks?

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The R6 had nothing but a full leo vince. No PC3 no 520 chain.
My bike just has a slip on and pc3. Stock filter and stock gearing. It has about 6000km's on so about 3750 miles.
Motul synthetic oil and i think its either an OEM oil filter or something similar.
The R6's mid and low were about 8hp lower than my bike, but about 11,000rpm WOW!!!
I wont lie though, i'm a little disappointed with my bike.
The R6 guy said he broke it in the "hard" way. Rode it really really hard unlike what the manual said.
My 600rr was broken in the manual way.

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