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dyno tuned by http://powerhousemc.com/

i have a 2004 rc51 with k&n air filters and yoshi slip ons . i did the pcIII power commander with a custom dyno tune by http://powerhousemc.com/ and i now have 129.72 hp & 76.66 torque . i was wonder what u guys think of those #s . are they good?
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I was curious too, so I pulled these charts off Motorcycle-USA.com. Here's the link, it's a good article if you haven't already read it. http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/9/783/...-Shootout.aspx
Looks like your numbers are pretty damn good over stock. It would be better to see some numbers of bikes with your same setup tho.
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Those numbers (129Hp at the rear wheel) look good/realistic. I went with a K&N filter, and Ackrapovic CF exhaust and needed the PCIII and tune to get a smooth throttle response. My seat of the pants dyno told me I gained 3 to 5 HP over storck form. I'm happy.
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look at the curve it makes more then the total HP number

a good smooth curve and a properly fueled RC51 is awesome
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g'day mate mine did 126hp at rear wheel .i just did exhaust, power commader, cheers buddha
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DynoJet numbers are the standard. The numbers really mean very little. What does matter is what a baseline result is compared to the tune itself using the same parts.
For the best idea of what power was gained, it would have also been best for a baseline run with the bike in stock form and then install the PCIII, filter and exhaust.

Now if you were to compare that to my Mustang AWD-1100-SE series dyno with the bike attachment, you would have made roughly 115whp. The Mustang seems to read about 12.5% lower than other DynoJets in the surrounding area, however all dynos do not read the same.

The next thing is what target AFR was being used and was this on pump gas or race gas?

I have a project I'm about to undertake, and I will show more later.
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i am curious as to what this is and please post it
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i am curious as to what this is and please post it
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it was 122hp 70tq with the slipons n k&n filers n when i added the pc3 n tune it was 129.72 hp & 76.66 torque
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Still doesn't give us much info. It would help to post both before and after graphs if you have them. Do you have any testing done with only the slip on and no testign with the PCIII? Any testing with the PCIII and no tuning, just a stock map from K&N?

This helps users to get a grasp of what changes were made.Don't take this as me trying to pick apart your tuner as he may be one of the best out there.
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