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Old 04-23-2011, 09:20 AM   #1
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2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

hey guys can some1 clear up for me if my bike ran the right power at the dyno yesterday ... i have a full yosh exaust with k & n filter bazzaz z-fi - qs sdystem with bazaz z-bomb tre it ran 158 rwhp and 79 pounds of torque corrected and uncorected was 164 rwhp and 82.1 pounda of torque ... is this what my bike should b running and when i had a yosh slip on and k & n filter my bike ran 157.14 rwhp and 77.1 pounds of torque that was corrected hp how come with a full exaust and bazzaz and tre i only gained 1 hp and 2 pounds of troque are these numbers right ...
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Old 04-23-2011, 01:24 PM   #2
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

I can't answer why you only gained so little but 164 RWHP and 82.1 ft.-lbs. of torque is pretty good numbers. I just had mine tuned and made 167.9 RWHP and 79.3 f.t-lbs of torque. Every thing I have seen says 165 and maybe a little more is all we are going to get out of a non built motor...
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:11 PM   #3
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I can't answer why you only gained so little but 164 RWHP and 82.1 ft.-lbs. of torque is pretty good numbers. I just had mine tuned and made 167.9 RWHP and 79.3 f.t-lbs of torque. Every thing I have seen says 165 and maybe a little more is all we are going to get out of a non built motor...
Made the same as you with only a LeoVince slip on and a custom tune...LoL
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:48 PM   #4
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my buddy with an 07 gsxr 1000 has 169 rwhp and 82 pounds of torque with a powercomander 5 with quickshift bnc filter and full akropovic titanium exhaust how could he have an extra 11 rwhp over my bike to me it doesnt make ne sence ... i am really disapointed plz help lol
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:55 PM   #5
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

Dyno numbers are just that......numbers. A dyno is a tuning tool.

I had my bike dyno tuned by Ryan Shnitz and 3 days later had it on another dyno. There was almost 10hp difference between the two runs.
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:56 PM   #6
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

Because the K7-8 had more peak Hp over the K5-6 right off the show room floor, but the K5-K6 had more grunt in the mid range. It is all in the engine package that Suzuki had put together for that year. With no changes at all my K7 made about 161hp at the tire with a big dip at about 4500rpm because of the cat. Peak Hp on the street really means shit to be very honest and to concern yourself with that is pointless, funniest thing is pissing away good money on a full system to only get a few more hp on the top end....LMAO!
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Old 04-24-2011, 02:03 PM   #7
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

But what i mean is ... Is that correct like is that wat an average or above average k5 1000 should run with those mods ??? Or am i to low from the rest ???
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:11 PM   #8
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

A bigger T # Lower In the rpm range makes for a more fun motor than a very high # on top unless your running quarters or the mile all day long my motor makes max T at 9200 and max Hp at 11200 different layout motor but I'm very happy with wats going on and I'm sure it'll pull 300 kmh no doubt in my mind
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:51 PM   #9
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my buddy with an 07 gsxr 1000 has 169 rwhp and 82 pounds of torque with a powercomander 5 with quickshift bnc filter and full akropovic titanium exhaust how could he have an extra 11 rwhp over my bike to me it doesnt make ne sence ... i am really disapointed plz help lol

Did you measure each other's penis lengths after you compared dyno printouts?

A better question that "why did my bike only make this" is "how does the bike feel to you when you ride it?"

158hp is already more than you need riding a streetbike.
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Old 04-24-2011, 07:00 PM   #10
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Did you measure each other's penis lengths after you compared dyno printouts?

A better question that "why did my bike only make this" is "how does the bike feel to you when you ride it?"

158hp is already more than you need riding a streetbike.
My K7 is so overkill in the amount of power it has through out the rpm range it is just farking stupid fast, suspension/geometry being all dialed in as well just made this bike more of a monster.
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Old 04-24-2011, 09:11 PM   #11
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First of all mr penis head spl170db the bike is a bomb thing is my buddy weighs 140 pounds and im 220 so weight makes a big difference and second hes running an extra 11 hp over i am thats wat im askin from 05/06 to 07/08 can there b that much of a big hp gab with the same mods ...
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Old 04-24-2011, 09:19 PM   #12
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First of all mr penis head spl170db the bike is a bomb thing is my buddy weighs 140 pounds and im 220 so weight makes a big difference and second hes running an extra 11 hp over i am thats wat im askin from 05/06 to 07/08 can there b that much of a big hp gab with the same mods ...

Is that right?

I've seen 220 lbs guys on 70hp SV650 fly past 160lbs guys on 150hp literbikes at the track everyday.

HP is not a replacement for skill, so if the bike is a bomb as you put it, I don't see what the big problem is.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:57 AM   #13
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Re: 2005 gsxr 1000 dyno run

Don't get hung up on the numbers. It's just a way to tune. Are your curves nice & smooth? Is your air/fuel ratio correct with no bumps? You can have a large difference even on the same dyno on a different day with different temps/humidity. Low temps, low humidity will easily bump up your numbers.

I agree with you, that SPL guy is a real Mr. penis head! He grows on you after a while though.
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Old 04-25-2011, 10:02 AM   #14
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buddy spl shows u dont know much bout facts lol do u know that 7 pounds on a motorcycle is equivalent to 1 rwhp there fore im 220 he is 140 do the math his bike naturally has 11 hp more then i do and 7 pounds of troque less then i do ... with the math done for ur genius brain it means that not only does he have 11 hp over me but an extra 11.43 + 11 equals a total of 22.43 hp more then i do so explain that it has nothing to with better riders its an actual fact of hp ... in strtaight line his 3rd gear flies right by me ... and for oldfart 01 lol ya we did the tunning manually i ordered the afm module and should b getting it tomorrow so bike will b back on the dyno tomorrow after i recieve it i shall re tune it with the afm module to get a better air-fuel ration line on my graph there is small lil bumps that the tunner says u might go up an extra 1-2 hp at the most so we will c wat happens with that ...
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Old 04-25-2011, 10:09 AM   #15
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You're talking conceptual, I'm talking about real life.....

If your idea of riding is point 2 bikes down the highway and yanking the throttles to the stops then I have nothing for you. I don't consider that much of a use of the bike's or rider's capabilities.

But have fun with that
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Old 04-25-2011, 11:45 AM   #16
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buddy u know nothing im on the track day in day out lolw ith cars and bikes haha i have a 2010 bmw ss1000rr for the track so i do know what ur trying to say but wtv it is doesnt make ne sence ... the purpose of this is can ir b that i have so much lower hp than an 07 gsxr 1000 thats it ...
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buddy u know nothing im on the track day in day out lolw ith cars and bikes haha i have a 2010 bmw ss1000rr for the track so i do know what ur trying to say but wtv it is doesnt make ne sence ... the purpose of this is can ir b that i have so much lower hp than an 07 gsxr 1000 thats it ...
Huh?
your not texting on your phone,please don't use abbreviations for words its annoying as shit..please use proper grammar so we can understand what the hell you are trying to say

and the 07 made more power then the 05 to begin with&the Akra pipe on your buddy's '07 is better than your Yosh..hows that sound?
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Old 04-25-2011, 12:06 PM   #18
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it doesnt sound right were talkin bout 11 hp rwhp difference not 2 lol
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Old 04-25-2011, 12:17 PM   #19
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buddy u know nothing im on the track day in day out lolw ith cars and bikes haha i have a 2010 bmw ss1000rr for the track so i do know what ur trying to say but wtv it is doesnt make ne sence ... the purpose of this is can ir b that i have so much lower hp than an 07 gsxr 1000 thats it ...

Why doesn't your GSXR make as much HP as the BMW?


I couldn't decipher anything else you said above other than you have an S1000rr
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I couldn't decipher anything else you said above other than you have an S1000rr
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