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kurtfriedrich
05-08-2007, 08:00 AM
It would be interesting to see the range of HP for our bikes, all using the same dyno the same day. I figure you can't really trust any reading on any given day for an absolute true reading, but if lots of us show up and post our results, then those numbers on a comparison basis should be meaningful.
Kurt

wsuduc
05-08-2007, 08:35 AM
If I get my bike back by then I might drop by. I have a dyno sheet that says ~114 that was run over at brothers. It would be neat to see another readout.

What time?

Is there still a ride planned this weekend?

kurtfriedrich
05-08-2007, 08:42 AM
If I get my bike back by then I might drop by. I have a dyno sheet that says ~114 that was run over at brothers. It would be neat to see another readout.

What time?

Is there still a ride planned this weekend?

Yes, I have one from Brothers that says 106.1, that's partly why I am curious to get a 2nd reading. Its 10 to 5
but they list 3-4 as a "dyno shoot out" so that seems like a bad time to be there.

Kurt

ducmons
05-13-2007, 04:12 PM
don't be shy, i know many of you were able to attend the dyno at ESMS.

how did your bikes do, and pics of the action would be nice.

wsuduc
05-13-2007, 04:17 PM
I was there but they ran out of time so didn't run it. I think Kurt was in the same situation. I saw Karman, Rev, and Surveyor but I don't think they ran their bikes either.

I have a dyno print out that says 114, but a second opinion would be awesome.

kurtfriedrich
05-13-2007, 05:31 PM
I was there but they ran out of time so didn't run it. I think Kurt was in the same situation. I saw Karman, Rev, and Surveyor but I don't think they ran their bikes either.

I have a dyno print out that says 114, but a second opinion would be awesome.


Correct. Someone's 749S had run and showed 106. My non-S with Remus and custom PCIII map said 106.1 down in Bremmerton, but me thinks the two dynos' would not have agreed. Pity they were so backed up. I was even willing to "enter the contest" just to get the measurement, but they were backed up already at 3:10 for the "3-4 shootout". Guess you had to get there at 1:00 for the 3:00 shootout.

But's that's ok, I had more fun following Bill on the 999r and Rock on the 1098 for Bill's version of how to get to Granite Falls.

Kurt

Flyboy
05-13-2007, 06:20 PM
The best numbers were a GSXR 1000 at 144 followed by a R1 at 140. A 999s ran a 119 and a 749s a 104. There were 4 1098`s there, and I was dissapointed that no one ran them! :scared10:

wsuduc
05-13-2007, 06:43 PM
I thought there was a GSXR in the 150's? Like 152 or something. That was the 2nd to the last bike of the day.

I could be wrong though.

robhar54
05-13-2007, 08:16 PM
I took my SR500 over in the morning around 11am, and slotted right in. They started with the smaller bikes, and I happened to get there just at the right time.

The mighty SR500 generated 36 rwhp!

Hey, I was the only kick-start bike there....:action027 Not bad for a 29-year-old two-valve single...

Would have liked to stick around to hear more, but had to get back to the garden....:eek:

Rob

AM-A-Duc
05-13-2007, 08:28 PM
I should have taken my Kaw. George Dean's dyno said 179.8 when he tuned it. Makes you wonder.