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Wow is all i can say this dyno was running an average of 20 rwhp off all night long on bikes we knew produced way more hp. all dynos really are diffrent. i am not happy with these curves or run....i have some work todo i guess. this is my 06 project bike w/ full arata ti and PCIII
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what are you trying to achieve with this bike? hp wise
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i should have seen 112 w/ the pipe and mapping. i am gunning for 130 after a complete engine overhaul.
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here is the map from my 05 600rr stock. looks like the dip in the 8k range has been smoothed out and moved into the 9k range on my 06. this dyno was defintly reading more accurate than the one i ran my 06 on......just goes to show the diffrence in dynos.

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joe where u get it dynoed i need mine done and mapped


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i would goto north vally honda to have your 600rr maped and dynoed.
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Where is that ? and how much does it run


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its in the phoenix area from what ive been told, as far as cost i have no idea. i was told a guy there tod i think is good with tuning hondas.
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i should have seen 112 w/ the pipe and mapping. i am gunning for 130 after a complete engine overhaul.
"IF" you manage to get 130hp out of that bike I wouldn't expect your motor to last very long.
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Whats this "if" stuff. a reworked 600 is very capable of this kind of number.
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there is no "accurate" and "inaccruate" dynos. LOL Just use the same one ALL the time to measure your gains. Just coz the higher reading dyno is what you wanna hear and is closer to the other dyno read outs don't mean it's more accurate. The others could all be high. BUT I'll say it for the 11tieth time now, ALL DYNO'S ARE F'KIN DIFFERENT. If this isn't the easiest and most obvious proof of this , well, what can I say? Haha. Not having a go at you Joe, but I get PM's all the time with "Does this look right to you? I thought I'd make more h.p" and like I reply, IT MEANS JACK. Just compare your differences. And use the same dyno to measure them on. I......cu
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thats what i said in my above post twice "all dynos are diffrent" i have seen the light now. What do you think of the first dyno reading, does my mid range need some work or am i worrying over nothing. I am pretty much stuck with that dip in the 9k range with the 600rr huh?
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dynos' are just like oscilloscopes. they are comparison tools.
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Yep. If you look at a stock graph, and then the graph with the system, and the system hasn't taken out the dips etc, then there ain't much chance of mapping it out. All 600RR's I've seen have that dip, where as say an 05 R1, the right system will remove most of the 7K hole, so mapping helps it again. In saying that, how often are you below 7K on a 600???? Road maybe, but not often on the tarck
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ahhhh...good point.
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The man you want to see at NVH is Mark Ledesma!

There is also ECS Dyno in Mesa as well. They did the mapping on my 954 and boy was she a ripper.



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