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Free dyno for me!!

This Saturday, the shop I bought my bike from is having a customer appreciation day. Dynojet is based outta Vegas and they'll be giving out free dyno runs. The line will proly be long, but I guess I could just watch the bikini contest while I wait!
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Awesome! I've been to a few dealerships for bike days and they are running free dyno's but the [email protected] waiting line is so freakin long.
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I've did that a few times... the line isn't bad. Usually you can watch the other dyno runs and they usually provide food.

Plus sometimes they have a dry erase board for keeping track of the highest numbers...




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the guy before me had the zixxer on the dyno when he bought it, they said it was a good idea to get every bike dynoed at least once before you start to mod it so you have a base line to refer back too, and it pulled 106.3 which i didnt think was too bad for a stock 600 ish class bike



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the guy before me had the zixxer on the dyno when he bought it, they said it was a good idea to get every bike dynoed at least once before you start to mod it so you have a base line to refer back too, and it pulled 106.3 which i didnt think was too bad for a stock 600 ish class bike
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This Saturday, the shop I bought my bike from is having a customer appreciation day. Dynojet is based outta Vegas and they'll be giving out free dyno runs. The line will proly be long, but I guess I could just watch the bikini contest while I wait!




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Nice, the suzuki dealership i picked up my bike from gives 1 free dyno a year, which is nice. Dont know if I will ever go, at least with my SV.
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Nice, the suzuki dealership i picked up my bike from gives 1 free dyno a year, which is nice. Dont know if I will ever go, at least with my SV.
Thats pretty cool.



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I'm hoping to see at least 110 hp.
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I'm hoping to see at least 110 hp.




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I have seen most R6's pull like 105-115 area... depending on weather.




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I have seen most R6's pull like 105-115 area... depending on weather.
My '04 was 101 stock @ 5K miles. Don't know what it was with the full system, PC3 and K&N.

I'm not sure if they'll give me a print out though. I'll ask 'em.
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My '04 was 101 stock @ 5K miles. Don't know what it was with the full system, PC3 and K&N.

I'm not sure if they'll give me a print out though. I'll ask 'em.
it's free... prolly not...but definatly ask.
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it's free... prolly not...but definatly ask.
they mite not , but ya its worth an ask 4 sure
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I'm back and real happy! I'm scanning the printout now.
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The dude was cool as hell. He let the owners run it and he just ran the toggle.
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My buddy's '03 636 w/ 19K miles dynoed at 106hp.
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