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post #1 of 44 (permalink) Old 09-21-2004, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Dyno Runs

It's been talked about on and off in some different threads, but just as side comments and standard bastardizing of threads.

However, I thought maybe we could hear some of the numbers (hp) you people are puttin down at the rear wheel.

Or if you haven't put your machine up to the dyno, maybe this will enspire you to do so.

Last year my ride threw down a impressive 135hp. That's at the pavement. Not too bad on my '02 9R. Engine mod list: stage 2 jet kit, Micron bolt on pipe, K&N filter. That's it!

I even attached a few pics for more fun! First pic of one of the runs, no that's not me. And another of the dyno print off.



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post #2 of 44 (permalink) Old 09-22-2004, 03:18 AM
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I've got roughly 400 at the rear wheel(s).

I've never dynoed my bike, only my car. Those are some impressive numbers for your skoot!
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thats pretty sweet chris!! they had a dyno run at the bike fest a few months back, but the line was out the wazoo to try it..I might have to give this a shot next season after some of mods are complete.

**waiting for twisty's 4 digit dyno numbers!!
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post #4 of 44 (permalink) Old 09-22-2004, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys. I was happy from the big ole Kaw.

Twisty's '04 GSXR 1000 will put down some stupid #'s...




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surprised its taken him this long to put up his numbers...
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I was gonna do it but the dyno was not @ the event.
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I would like to see what it does. What does the mags say it puts down?




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154 but I think mine will be 160's
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Yeah I knew it was somin insane, all that in a really light package!

Maybe tonight you and I can do a little switch up, so I can feel the allmighty power of the 1000cc GSXR...




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154 but I think mine will be 160's
That sucks. Should have bought the new R1 - it is kicking out like 185 stock. DOH!
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That sucks. Should have bought the new R1 - it is kicking out like 185 stock. DOH!
Hey MP..what numbers is ur ride blastin out?
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Dunno. Probably around 106 with the Vance and Hines slip on. But then again I didn't just spend $10k on a new GSXR when I could have bought an R1 either..
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. But then again I didn't just spend $10k on a new GSXR when I could have bought an R1 either..
uumm..thinking he is talking to you twisty
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Nice smooth curve there Gas Man...I remember when it took a 750 Superbike to put down that kind of peak power and the curve looked quite a bit different

I don't currently have a bike but the last one I had made about 85 whp stock and about 120 whp when I was done with it.

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Nice smooth curve there Gas Man...I remember when it took a 750 Superbike to put down that kind of peak power and the curve looked quite a bit different

I don't currently have a bike but the last one I had made about 85 whp stock and about 120 whp when I was done with it.

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what all did you do to it to increase the HP ?
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Nice smooth curve there Gas Man...I remember when it took a 750 Superbike to put down that kind of peak power and the curve looked quite a bit different

I don't currently have a bike but the last one I had made about 85 whp stock and about 120 whp when I was done with it.

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My bike was last Dyno in April and at the rear it is pushing out 136. SO far the only things done is Stage 2 kit, K&N, Full Yosh Stainless Exhaust, and a Did Chain and Aluminum Sporcket. Thats it for now. More later to add to the HP. What do you think. Is that pretty good for my 00 GSXR 750??
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Very nice. I have a timing advancer sitting in the garage that I haven't had a chance to put on and that should help out some.

I too have put on the DiD chain with new sprockets.




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Heres mine back in the day after having 13-1 compression drop in pistons put in, everything else was stock at this time. stock exhaust, no power commander, no airbox mod.
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What was that on, again? But 160 is pretty nice...




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