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Why does my HP seem so low?





Vertical is HP and horizontal is speed

139 top speed cause I have +3 on the rear


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What are you comparing it to?

My 07 GSX-R600 with a full M4 system, BMC air filter and custom mapped PC3 made 113 on a dyno that has been known to read a little high.

I never dynoed my CBR, but I would be happy if it did anything over 100.

You would have to compare it to other bikes similar to yours, with similar mods, on the same dyno.


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Well I compare with other similar bikes but different dynos

But the kawi 6r that was with me pulled 108hp with nothing but an m4 slip on


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And another kawi at 106 with an m4 slip on as well

3 runs each


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Different dynos, read differently. You can not compare what your bike did on one dyno to another bike on a different dyno or even another bike on the same dyno.

The dyno itself, the way it strapped down, the tire pressure, and even the weight of the tires and rims all affect a dynos reading.

You are comparing apples to oranges.


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A dyno is a tuning tool. It should not be used a measure of performance.

Does the bike run good? Is it not fast enough for you? Does the higher dyno reading make you a better rider?

Don't worry about it. Just enjoy the ride.


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Actually your HP figure is quite reasonable for an RR and like stated above its just a number
As long as the bike runs good and from the graph steady climb it's seems to be that way I would not worry about the bike's numbers its only that





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Yep, what moe said. I have a full system, gutted intake, bmc filter and I got 106hp

You are spot on.

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Either way, u have more hp then my 99 Saturn sc1. Kinda sad on my cars part


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I also convinced them to give my bike a run after I put a bmc filter on to see if they are really worth the money.. I'll post on Tuesday when they do it


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A dyno is only as useful as the guy running the computer any number can be achieved realistically.... It's all about how the bike runs after the tune


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different dynos, read differently. You can not compare what your bike did on one dyno to another bike on a different dyno or even another bike on the same dyno.

The dyno itself, the way it strapped down, the tire pressure, and even the weight of the tires and rims all affect a dynos reading.

You are comparing apples to oranges.
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A few horsepower will not matter other than bragging rights. A good rider can beat the higher horsepower bike.


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