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Final dyno results

Here we go:

Bike Completely stock:


Bike With hamaguchi system, power commander, and custom map:


Same run over RPM:


Only variable I know of is that stock run was done in march, tuned yesterday. So there is about a 50 degrees temperature difference.
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112 is a good number. What's with that harsh dip in low rpm's?



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112 is a good number. What's with that harsh dip in low rpm's?
It was a lot worse on my previous map!

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112 is a good number. What's with that harsh dip in low rpm's?
Yeah I saw that as well... So this is just with the PC then and no custom map?

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Yeah I saw that as well... So this is just with the PC then and no custom map?

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it's got a custom map.
I have that dip still after two shops, and many different maps. It's just my bike. I can live with it
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Wow, it was way worse before. I guess you can only do so much to get rid of something like that.



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it's got a custom map.
I have that dip still after two shops, and many different maps. It's just my bike. I can live with it
Cool...

I would think you could feel that dip right?

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so how much did you spend for 3 hp???
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At least it's in the range of rpm that you will be in very little.



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Cool...

I would think you could feel that dip right?

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Not really, I'm only in low rpm's in traffic
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so how much did you spend for 3 hp???
way too much, but I am content, whereas I wasn't before
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lol...cool.
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nobody in there right mind rides where that dip is anyway right?
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Not really, I'm only in low rpm's in traffic
Cool man, then that is not so bad at all as long as it is not hurting anything.

Hope it runs good for ya, nice numbers BTW.

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nobody in there right mind rides where that dip is anyway right?
From stop to go if you're in traffic, but it's not like you got it wound out there either.
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Nice, what mods?
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anyone that rides on the road that whacks thier throttle open in 4th hear at 3000rpm is an idiot. Hahah You won't notice it. It is probably just a characteristic of that system maybe and purely for graph purposes, you could get alot of it out as you can see the same dip in air/fuel atthe same point, but under load, on road conditions, it prolly ain't even there anyway. Dunno about only 3h.p either. I mean, do you know what other stock 600RR's put out on that dyno? Did they do a few runs stock? and if so , what were they saying etc? But most importantly, how does it feel now vs before?
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its funny that people worry about that dip ...........like birdman said noone is gonna whack the throttle wide open in 4th gear at 3,000. Back when we all had carbs, the motors REALLY wouldnt run when you did that. Especially flat slides.........btw 112hp is pretty good depending on the dyno
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anyone that rides on the road that whacks thier throttle open in 4th hear at 3000rpm is an idiot. Hahah You won't notice it. It is probably just a characteristic of that system maybe and purely for graph purposes, you could get alot of it out as you can see the same dip in air/fuel atthe same point, but under load, on road conditions, it prolly ain't even there anyway. Dunno about only 3h.p either. I mean, do you know what other stock 600RR's put out on that dyno? Did they do a few runs stock? and if so , what were they saying etc? But most importantly, how does it feel now vs before?
others on that dyno put out around 102. The day I ran the dyno stock back in march, I did 4 runs and best was 109. One of the people at the shop didn't believe it and hooked up his 600rr (04 yosh slip on)to it and pulled a 107. He also had it there the day I did the final, and he pulled a 102. So the temp change definitely made a difference. Either way, I am happy with the final results.
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U had some pretty good stock numbers to boot.
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Dood, I'm no expert, but isn't 109 pretty f-in great for a stock bike? I thought most of them were around 100 flat, stock.

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yes it is, but if others on that dyno were putting out 107 with a slip on, he just has a good bike. simple as that.
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how much to dyno tune
at fastlane cycles? Thinking about taking my bike there over the winter
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I started with 101 before my map with a leo vince full system, and we ended up getting 106. I thought that was great (for an 04'). What year is yours?
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I started with 101 before my map with a leo vince full system, and we ended up getting 106. I thought that was great (for an 04'). What year is yours?
'05

This is actually an old thread. I think I posted that stuff last march or april.
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Dude take that bike to Ryan Schnitz and let him tune it, he will get it out. I took my 2000 929 with a 954 motor in it,to let him tune it and he smoothed mine out. It had a real big dip at the same spot. Also mine dyno at 125 with a map off the net, and with a custom map, I got 139 out of it. Just my 2 cents
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As long as everything is smoothed out and u gain some HP, really no money lost. I know I am not 1% of the riding public that can use that last bit of HP so I am not concerned about uber gains, therefore I am gonna pick the best system that is both aesteticly pleasing and has the best weight loss factor (something people don't seem to concentrate on as much as power, if u can lose 20 lbs and gain 3-5hp, its money well spent).
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I don't know whats more unbelievable.. The109 stock, or a full hamaguchi making only 3 hp..
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