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Horsepower competition results

Over the weekend they had a horsepower competition at one of my local dealers. It was free entry, and first prize for the 600 class was a new set of qualifiers. I still have not got my custom map done (that is happening in 4 days), but figured what the hell, I'll see if I stand a chance at winning. So I enter, and have the highest run on the morning at 109.8. However, later in the day, they, for some dumb reason, decided to let the kawasaki 636's enter in the 600 class because there was no 750 class. This was pure horseshit. They had two stock ones up there, and they were pulling 110 and 111. Four of them entered the comp, and that put me from first to fifth. So basically I didn't win the qualifiers due to that. If the kawi's were taken out of the equation though, I would have won. Either way, here's my dyno chart for the comp. Remember, this has not been custom mapped yet, and I KNOW that there are dips in there. So no need to comment on that. All that should be taken care of on thursday.
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That sucks. What are you mods?
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That is BS.

You should your bike mapped, straiten' out that line a little. 2-4k looks like $hit.

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That is BS.

You should your bike mapped, straiten' out that line a little. 2-4k looks like $hit.

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...Refer to my original posting
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That sucks. What are you mods?
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Hamaguchi system, power commander, 1 tooth down in the front. The rest is cosmetic.
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the tooth down won't change the hp, but the dip atthe bottom you'll romove with mapping, the slight rise at 7-8 will stay, just move up in h.p.

actually looking at that, it's over speed, so the smaller front sprocket would have affected the run through the rpm, but not the peak number. Get your runs done over rpm, not speed. Just so you know.

I'd have picked up the Qs and walked out after they said the 636 was in the 600 class. That is horse shiit.
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the tooth down won't change the hp, but the dip atthe bottom you'll romove with mapping, the slight rise at 7-8 will stay, just move up in h.p.

actually looking at that, it's over speed, so the smaller front sprocket would have affected the run through the rpm, but not the peak number. Get your runs done over rpm, not speed. Just so you know.

I'd have picked up the Qs and walked out after they said the 636 was in the 600 class. That is horse shiit.
They'll do the mapping over rpm where I get it done. This was just done on some portable dyno that the dealership brought in for the comp. Like I stated in the other thread, I'll have all the results on Friday.

I got one of the dyno runs on video if anyone wants to hear the hama scream...

Yeah, they needed a 750 class for those damn kawi's.
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