Dyno charts!

Discussion in 'Portland Region' started by galenernest, Jul 18, 2009.


  1. galenernest

    galenernest I bathe with candles, flowers, jazz music, and rub

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    Here's mine from EDR's free dyno day :) Eric was really cool and gave me some tips on tuning my carbs to make the bike run better. This was my first time going to EDR, what a cool shop! Before I went in I guessed that my '96 YZF600r was putting out about 85 HP. I was right on the money!

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  2. bicycle_ben

    bicycle_ben <img src="/images/ranks/mod.gif" alt="Moderator">

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    got mine done this morning too! get yourselves in there!

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  3. looks like you guys need some dyno pixie dust!!!! Eric and edr rock!! VAN out
     
  4. just got mine done too gotta get my pic up but yea Eric and the guys rock thanks EDR LATERS Hath
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  5. Ed Who?

    Ed Who? Banned Camp

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    The overall winner! Sorry no names and they came in at end of day when no crowd...gotta keep the competition guessing! :mfclap:

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    It is a SUPERSPORT built EDR bike. 1000cc. Races west of Mississippi Enjoy.
     
  6. I'm guessing... DW's Bike?
     
  7. lol, i was at EDR. finally got my mirror block off plates that I've been long overdue to go get.

    if I had taken the bike there instead of my car (i had a bunch of other errands to run today) i would've seen how the fz6 stood up.

    any idea how much a dyno test costs when you need to run one for a new ECU map?
     
  8. bicycle_ben

    bicycle_ben <img src="/images/ranks/mod.gif" alt="Moderator">

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    dude i need a new bike! - mines a 900 and i make 9 more HP than yours but it weighs 100 lbs more
     
  9. yours is also a hell of a lot older so I looked at yours and was impressed and looked at his and was disappointed
     
  10. bicycle_ben

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    true - i guess my bike is holding onto its factory horsepower fairly well. the new 600s are supposed to make like 115 right? and mine was supposed to make 125 ish. mines making 20 less than that at the wheel and so is Hath's so i guess im doing ok for a 15 year old 53,000 mile bike!
     
  11. Ed Who?

    Ed Who? Banned Camp

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    Sorry Xqsme...not dpw

    Bike was in shop ALL day...right next to dyno...no one notice it (under a cover :) )

    oh and this bike hasn't (yet) raced in NW :))
     
  12. Got mine done as well, not bad for a pretty much stock 1098, 144.32, but needs new map.

    With that said, what's the average cost of a mapping session?
     
  13. I need to get my bike geared higher??? bigger sprocket I think thats what Eric said maube a 520 kit ? laters Hath
     
  14. 2009 Triumph Street Triple R

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    Great location for the shop too, if I wasn't riding i'd go have a beer at Rouge Ales
     
  15. yes indeed my 99 yzf600r is pulling strong(24k+miles)
    it came off the road two weeks ago at 87.4hp
    rebuilding and tuning carbs full leo vance bolt-on.(from the yosi thats on it)

    hoping to end around 125 when spring comes. just need some suggestions, what else is simple and easy yet not gearing...or a pwr cmmdr
     
  16. You would have to spend about $5k to make a 125 hp YZF600. Ain't going to happen unless you stumble across an ex AMA race bike. And it would still be slower than an R6 on a track.
     
  17. Wyckedan

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    You hope to pull an additional 40hp out of a 600r? LOL. That's 143% what you have now. You can't put a power commander on a carb'd bike, the whole point of a PC is to control fuel. The easy and simple method is to buy a higher displacement bike. Gsxr 750 sounds about right. Fwiw, my R6 puts out 120.2 hp
     
  18. RedKat600

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    Bottom line....not gonna happen. Not even modern 600's pull that kind of HP unless you build an AMA superbike.

    You MAY be able to pull 90 out of it with some cams and jetting. Unless you want to drop some major dollars on engine work that's about all you're gonna get with bolt ons. It's not an R6......
     
  19. Has anyone else here touched a 10,000 cubic inch, inline, three cylinder gasoline engine? Or watched it run?

    I have!

    I might even produce proof, if I can get my friend to send me the photos.

    :secret:It resides in the mountains of central Arizona :secret:








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  20. RedKat600

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    Can we wedge that into his YZF ya think? It wouldn't happen to be one like THIS would it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSuZCAHAghs

    How many of you have touched a 1472 cubic inch two stroke diesel with quad turbos, two intercoolers, F15 Eagle rear tires/wheels and Boeing 737 fronts in a Freightliner that goes 230 MPH that your Dad and Uncle built??

    Hint: Bonneville Salt Flats.
     

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