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Got her dynoed today.

With the only mod being I have switched out the mid pipe with a ti mid pipe. She pulled 154 hp. I do not have a graph to show. It was just a cheap run to she where she is starting from before I do any mods. Bike is a 07 R with 2300 miles. He did say his dyno does run just a little low but the number seemed about right to me. Will start with a PCIII this spring and see where that takes me.
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I would have thought the R would be closer to 160 in stock form.

Still 154rwhp is more than most need.

Good luck with the mods, there should be substancial gains there.

Are you looking at pipes, air filter, gearing?

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That's pretty impressive with limited mods!

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I would have thought the R would be closer to 160 in stock form.

Still 154rwhp is more than most need.

Good luck with the mods, there should be substancial gains there.

Are you looking at pipes, air filter, gearing?

I would like to go with pipes and a PCIII. FBF has a big bore kit which would be fun . Just don't know about letting someone tear into the engine. I am a do-it-yourself type of person but, this could be more than I need. Has anyone ever went inside the engine or just let the dealers do it?

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Hey Andrew! Sounds like great numbers to me. I wouldn't go with a big bore kit. Kind of overkill when you're already going to be pushing 160 HP after your additional mods. I also wouldn't trust its durability, but what do I know?

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Andrew... can you post your dyno sheet by any chance, I am interested in seeing the power curve.
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Andrew... can you post your dyno sheet by any chance, I am interested in seeing the power curve.
I did not get a graph. Paid $35 just to see what type of power she has stock.
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I did not get a graph. Paid $35 just to see what type of power she has stock.
Thanks for sharing the info though! I'll have my bike dyno'd after break-in too.
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