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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-08-2006, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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is 109rwhp good?

or just avreage?

I've got a full arrow system and just had the power commander custom mapped.

peak was 109.8 at 13:1

with some real steady 108's too.
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My friend has an 03 that has 105 HP with slip on and PCIII. My 00 F4 had 105 with full HIndle, carbs, air filter, port and polished head, and shaved, with head gasket. That was on pump gas, and I do have the dyno sheet to prove it. I also know a guy who has a full race prepped 04 that has around 117-120 on race fuel.
So 109 is pretty good. Something I would brag about.
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Sorry but doesn't mean crap without a baseline run. All that really matters is what you gained.

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That's a good point. Different dynos read different HP. My F4 started at 98 HP, ended up at 105, but measured on your dyno, it could be 200HP or 60 HP.
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How much HP were you making before???
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sadly, I didn't do a base run with all the stock stuff on.
but a run with the fullsystem and the stock map (for the stock setup)in it was around 104 and then I ended up with that 109 for the peak with the custom map

I know all dynos are different but a collective average is what I was looking for.

my buddy resuscit8u had his dyno work done at this same place so I'll ask him how accurate this dyno is compared to others we know of in the area and across the nation since we know a load of people between 1000rr.net that he Admin's at and my website 1000rr.com. I'm fairly confident that this reading is accurate.

my seat dyno says stock was around the high 90's since I'm used to doing comparo's on bigger bikes like the 954's I used to own. (did like 4 comparo's on that beast)



well anyways,, I was just asking to see if it was alright for converstaions sake.

Thanks for the replies so far.
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BTW, wasn't trying to be a prick, just a making a point. 109 is probably a pretty high average as the '05s go with a full system and pciii.

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it's cool bro, I didn't take it as that,
I just tend to babble a lot at times.


but in all due reality the gain I achieved is rather eye opening for just a full system/pc/custom map.

much greater than the 954's I've owned like I mentioned.

just with the european map in it the front end would raise up on just heavy acceleration where it wouldn't come close to doing that stock, and just hovered after the system, and bobbed a little with the pc added after that.

here's a clip of what I'm talking about with the raise

http://gntbldr.com/gntbldr/vids/raise.wmv

I'll try and get that dyno chart up sometime soon.
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here's some of the first runs


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and here is one of the peak runs of the many miles that were put on during the custom mapping

again click on the pic to enlarge it


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i had my bike mapped with a hot bodies pipe and it was 101.9 with a power commander in it your right on the money bro plus all dynos vary your 109 might be the next guys 112
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My bike dynoed 122 on one dyno and 110 on another. However my buddy's R6 dynoed 99 on the same dyno that my bike read 110. unfortunately he is still faster than me, lol

109 means nothing without a base....all dynos read differently

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yeah, tiss cool....

I'll say this, I rode with many many liters atr the gap in the past week and the 6 kept up with them in the south end Very well. backing it out at over a buck twenty and smoking the pilot power like nothing.

This set-up is strong.

Even rode with Brad (www.superbikesupply.com ) for a few runs and on the south end we had a few minutes to tear it up before the rain started up. I'm sure he'll support the fact that this 6 is healthy with this rider on it,.


man,,, I goofed up though (beside my mis-shift heheh) and there was a dyno tune available at Wheeler's on 143 in NC ,just off of 129 and he was doing dyno tuning for $90 !!!! opposed to my $190 I paid in Madison and Madison Motorsports which is Still a heck of a deal up heer since most places want $250 for a custom map

I wanted to Dyno my bike at Wheelre's to see it's reading and also the many other dyno's I plan on hitting to get some more figures to share with y'all.

looks like I need to go on a road trip come ealry May after I track out Barber and visit some of my NC and KY friends. :D :D
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