The GSXR 600s just dont put out as much hp as the other 600s. Even with a full exhaust, v-stacks, BMC filter, and a custom map, my bike will not put out as much hp as the stock 600RR, R6, or ZX6RR. I have seen the others have 10hp more with the same mods. My best guess is that the other 600s have a better head design which allows better flow. I'll post my dyno runs for my GSXR600 later. The 04/05 GSXR600's don't put out much more than the 01-03.
Dude, you only think you're in front because we let you have a head start and then that yellow is so bright that you have to squint too see and that's when the blue/white streaks by and your left all alone thinking your winning.
Sorry for the post high-jack.
My bike have one of the best fuel curves that Lee at Lee's Performance has ever seen, he didn't even due the tuning on it. I used a friend Teka Box on it and did it by feel. Even though I don't have the peak hp over R6's, ZX6RR's and 600RR's, I still preffer the handling of my bike over the others, not to mention I usually get to 100 before all of them do...my peak hp (104) stays up longer than any of the others (from 12,500rpms to 15000rpms)
At 70 degrees F and with about 90% humidity I dynoed 105 HP with only a bolt-on Yoshimura RS-3 Race Exhaust. I need to get a remap to get the most out of it but it still is strong for now. Another guy with a 2004 750 went right after me and he had an Akropovic bolt-on, a BMC race filter, and a PCIII USB Remap. He put down 120 HP. Later,
Eat for breakfast........ NO! If you look a HP numbers and all of that you would think so, but all of the bikes are FAST! Look at the track numbers.... both 1/4's and lap times!! EAT FOR BREAKFAST?????? Fuck no!!! Tenths or a second...... BREAKFAST????
What the fuck do you consider eat for breakfast facts dude???