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Hamaguchi full exhaust Tuned!

In my sig is the list of mods I have on my bike. I finally got it all tuned here in orlando at a shop called motorcycle clinic. The tuner is Brian Dady and wins the dynojet tune competition at daytona almost every year.
The tune cost $350 but he tunes the bike at 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100% throttle positions to make the bike ride like it came from the factory. I am very happy with the tune and I was unable to get a baseline done before all my modifications. From what I have seen power wise I think I didnt do too bad at all.
At jennings last weekend I really got to feel the difference in power delivery and corner exit acceleration. Before with just a slip on and untuned the 1000's could scrub the turns and give me problems on the straights. Now I can get on the power sooner without any hiccups and out drag some of them on the straights. Thanks everyone and maybe birdman will chime in with what he thinks even though he's and arata man.



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That looks pretty good to me (no expert). I hope my bike turns out similar (or better since I have a full Arata! j/k!) when I have it done in a couple of weeks.

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So this is basically a stock motor...
 
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Stock internally yes.


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nice. I cant wait till i got the cash for it!
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Stock internally yes.
Heh, i'll take 6 hp from a $900 exhaust system.... hell yes!
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Here are some pics as well.



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it looks smooth as hell. i suspect a tuner of his caliber could probably give u a higher maximum, but he obviously knows his crap.
rarely have a seen a curve that smooth

No more mod listing, shits is STILL too long

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Yeah we talked about it and some only look at peak power but we both agreed that I needed the smooth torque curve over anything. Peak power doesnt really mean much to me I just wanted to crack the throttle at any position and have it smooth along with a fatty torque curve. Thanks for all the compliments guys. I couldnt be happier with my purchase. I just wish I had a before and after.

Let me go ahead and throw in a 100% throttle graph with torque and air fuel ratio because some of you might be interested in that value. When the tuner and I talked he explained how these bikes like to run lean from his experience (which is LOTS).



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well, where is your stock baseline curve?

No more mod listing, shits is STILL too long

03 600RR > 04 1000RR > 06 R6V > 05 600RR > 06 R1 > 09 1000RR > 10 RSV4R :gun:
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You don't need to compromise peak power or torque for midrange when tuning your PC. You can have both. That's the beauty of the PC. Your tuner should know that. Your graphs are also smoothed out to read better. Raw data is real jaggy.

If you started out with about 101 hp on that dyno I'd say you're on the high end of typical gains. Enjoy.
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hamaguchi... at the moment... IMO... best bang for the buck full system for the 600RR... and probably ALL BIKES... at our current INSANE DISCOUNT WEBSITE PRICES!!

order online if you want one... the PRICES are GOING TO GO UP UP UP!!

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some headwork & cams will net you another 10hp for sure.


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some headwork & cams will net you another 10hp for sure.
120+ hp? what headwork are we talking about...
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120+ hp? what headwork are we talking about...
porting & competition 3 or 5 angle valve jobs, that sort of stuff.


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higher compression pistons would drive that number up too...
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That power curve looks smoothe as butter. I love when its almost flat, because theres no little bursts of power that can screw traction or comin out of a turn it kicks. Good tune job. I am guessin it probably sounds as good as it looks too :D


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That looks nice and smooth.
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driveby sound clip? pls.
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Thanks for all the feedback guys. I have taken some video footage after we installed it doing fast flybys. I'll get those soon and post them up.


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higher compression pistons would drive that number up too...
yes it's another way of adding more power across the rpm range but higher compression ratios will necessitate use of higher octane gasoline, the raise in CR should only be enough to still use the highest octane unleaded pump gas available (95 octane & not that 100 octane stuff).

improving volumetric efficiency through better ports & cam profiles is still the best way to go.


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smoothing: 5

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lets see the vids!
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when you say he TUNES at 20, 40 etc so does anyone that can map a bike, but that is showing you power runs at each, not tuning. To get a guage of how he has improved on those, you need graphs comparing before and after at 20, 40, 60 etc. What about 2, 5 and 10%? He maps that too? LOL Just asking, coz you haven't mentioned it. Now, when he says the bikes are lean, the air/fuel chart you show says it's at close to 14:1 in lots of places which I'd suggest is still too lean, but anyway............... long as you're happy. Not having a go at anyone, (before I get hammered again) just saying, on what has been posted and said. Thanks
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Don't listen to birdman, He just bashing because the exhaust is not an arata. JK Those hama pipes are starting to look nicer every time I see or hear about them.
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First of many videos to come. This is 2 fly by passes at full throttle. Enjoy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lq9neyN77TI


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DAMN, this computer has no speakers, need to get to my good computer


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dyno testing

does anybody know the exact differance between hamaguchi and the stock exhaust other than weight and the obvious emission restrictions. because i have exactly what hockey has down except for the exhaust (i have stock pipe with yoshi slip-on and no cat. i had my bike dyno tuned and it tuned out at about 113.9 hp and 46.5 ftlbs and i am just wondering if the $800 dollars is really worth it. im kinda like hockey the bike is so much smoother and throttle so much crisper its like rideing a whole new bike. and your tuner is exactly right they do like running a little leaner then richer.well great looking bike and nice dyno sheet hockey.


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^ Extremely fluid exhaust gas flow, titanium construction throughout the entire pipe means a few things...
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