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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 08-20-2011, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Whats your dyno numbers?

I had the bike dyno tuned today by hordpower!! I took a nice two hour ride though ohio country and meet up with J. D. Hord. He has a really nice shop set up out their. I have a sp-1 I bought with stock exhaust, so I had to change that I found some guy on ebay selling scorpion cans and some random mid pipes for the bike I bought them and they fit. I then picked up a power commander and loaded some map off of the RC rogue site for Sato low mounts, it seemed to run alright but I figuered I'd better get it tuned right. So I had Mr Hord do it He took his time and went though the whole map and said the old map was to rich on the low end. I ended up with a max of a 122 Hp at the wheel what do you guys think is that a good number? yea I don't have any torque numbers cause aparently his shop got hit by lightning and it has played havic on his computers thats what he told me. Oh and I have not done the soft rev mod to the bike yet so I don't know mabe my HP problaly would have been higher if I had the soft rev mod.
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It seems obvious that the soft rev wasn't done, you can continue the line from where it breaks off at 9200 all the way to 10250 for the real peak.
It is not too hard to do but unless you are using that extra 5-6hp it is not necessary.
You will be amazed how much those numbers would drop if you had a tired chain and sprockets.
Tell us if you had measured fuel mileage before how beneficial was the mapping and whether it was done at all the throttle openings. There is also an accelerator pump program/feature that you can add to your map that will spice up your throttle response (free download from DJ) but may cost you a bit at the pump. It only kicks in when you yank the throttle.
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yea I guess all look into doing the soft rev mod, wouldn't hurt. I thought it kicked in at 9500 so I figured I wouldn't really miss 500RPM
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9200 is the soft limit while 10200 is the hard limit.
However 122 HP is a very respectable number.
I see that the air/fuel ratio hovers around the 13:1 ratio across the rev range, which is good.
13.2:1 is the optimal power ratio.
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Smart move on the dyno tune....how much did it set you back??



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his rate is $100 an hour and thats what he charged me, an hour.
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I'm going to do the soft rev mod I just have to find a pin that fits the PCM I might have one at work
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my bike is a 2004
bike stock 118hp 68lbtq
bike not tuned with k&n air filters n yoshi cans was 122hp 70lbtq
bike tuned was 130hp 77lbtq
after soft rev mod n flapper delete 135hp 80lbtq
bike was tuned by powerhouse

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to many mods to list
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stock 03 with only sato banzai's dynod 123.8hp untuned. dont have any numbers on torque as they didnt hook it up to the coil wire. they were doing only HP

that was with the soft/pair/flapper intact and no power commander

ill have to dig up the dyno sheet.

just added a pc3r and plan on doing the soft/pair/flapper, snorkel and airbox over the winter and then get it tuned.... stay tuned
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mine will be going under the dyno soon , i have everything done now , its ready , i have a great mapping already , cant wait to see the numbers . i have had both my zx10r's done , and its a big difference the word is linear smooth to red line ,

  • Penske triple adjustable shock Moriwaki linkage
  • forks , valves , springs ,top-out mod
  • Moriwaki rearsets
  • Carbon Airbox heatshielding custom K&N panel filter
  • Power Commander USB
  • Galfer superbike full foating rotors - SS braided lines
  • Brembo 19 RCS Adjustable Ratio Radial Brake Master Cylinder
  • DID 520 gold chain
  • CRG folding clutch lever
  • Relocated battery Shortened wiring harness
  • Flapper PAIR EVAP removed
  • Soft Rev limiter removed
  • 15/41 gears 520
  • Vortex clip-ons
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