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Dyno. How 'bout these numbers

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Mod's to the bike?
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I just purchased this '05 a couple of weeks ago with 1750 miles on it. It came with the Sato banzai exhaust and a PC mapped by Sato. I took it to Mach 1 in Costa mesa, CA and had the pair, flapper and soft rev mod, 15/41 sprockets, Sato frame sliders, Proton sigs, and the Hotbodies undertail installed.

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Looks like a nice improvement on air/fuel mapping.
The A/F ratio curve centers around 13-13.2 from 2800 onward.
Before it would sort dip and rise depending on the RPM.
One can see the obvious advantage to a good mapping job.
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I was curious to know how these numbers compare to what others are getting. Is this as good as it gets with these mods(pair, flapper, soft rev and banzai exhaust)?
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I was curious to know how these numbers compare to what others are getting. Is this as good as it gets with these mods(pair, flapper, soft rev and banzai exhaust)?
Pretty much.
Some get less, some get slightly more.
But it's in the ball park.
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#s look good
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Very nice runs...I will be doing my first Dyno runs this Friday......want to see where I am before I start any mods
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That is really cool V2! I haven't seen dyno readout's much, so that chart on window's that you put into photobucket is great. Good improvement in numbers, and good job on posting it.

John, 2000 RC51 #000100

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Was that 133.34 hp. You should be very happy with those gains. I prefered the traditional color/graphic scheme on the RC51, Red,silver,black, 2000 thru Hayden...until now. Nice pics and bike.
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