jeeps84 said:I do mostly mountain street ridding and track days about once a month. Top end isn't that important to me for there isn't really anywhere to opne'er up around here. I just love the looks of that pip. If it actually helps the mid-range. I think Ill like it.
Never dynoed and never really cared but, sense you asked. What would you expect from this bike?
Edit: It has the Yosh Titanium can.
I expected a little more. :disapp: I have a buddy with the same bike and mods. He had his dynoed at 2600 feet ASL. I don't remember the exact numbers but I know the HP was right at 170 RWHP. I have no problem out running him but I am about 40lb lighter.Spiderman said:Make sure that what ever Dynojet had on there map for you pipe and add ons, that you adjust it by 10% more on fuel, their maps come a little lean. But you should be looking at the 160hp mark or better with a good tune.
Yea! Now I'm going to have to Dyno it just to see where I really stand.:crazy:Gas Man said:Listen to Jeeps being all :disapp: about 160... :lol:
how do you break in a freshly rebuilt engine? i've read an article about the first 20 miles being critical to piston rings. easy breakins allows ring sepage. hard breakins causes the rings to seat in properly.Spiderman said:Hey guys, I build some of the fastest GSXR's in the country. Let me know if you have any tech questions, I would be more then happy to try and help.
THX spider. I may still have it done just out of curiosity.Spiderman said:No 170 is about right, Ive seen 175 on a 2005 model with a Hindle and PCIII
If I actually get the new pip. I was thinking of having it dyno tuned anyway. I'm sure it wont be any trouble getting a before install run.Gas Man said:Ya... Jeeps... definately get a before dyno run before you remap it..