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Dynoed: 168hp / 80.5 torque

Hey all...thought i would share another dyno sheet. Just got the bike yesterday from FBF. Pictures always do a better justice so here it is:

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Nice run, i bet you had fun out in the mountains of PA with that thing!

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Nice run, i bet you had fun out in the mountains of PA with that thing!


Not yet...just picked it up two weeks ago and only has 170 miles on it. Just waiting for some warmer weather.

There's a new track opening in NJ as well which should be a lot of fun.
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wow....84 degrees...they sure keep their dyno room warm in the winter

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With the mid-pipe, RG3, and the BMC did you have to get the ECU reprogrammed to run correctly, or were there any problems with the bolt on parts and the ECU?
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With the mid-pipe, RG3, and the BMC did you have to get the ECU reprogrammed to run correctly, or were there any problems with the bolt on parts and the ECU?
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Mr. Ferracci hooked me up with the EPROM and a tune. Very nice guy...
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Why did they stop at 12,000 rpm? Did you have a chance to dyno it stock?

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Why did they stop at 12,000 rpm? Did you have a chance to dyno it stock?
They did not have a chance to get it on prior to the parts...i guess they were busy. The redline is at 12,200 if i'm not mistaken. I'm sure 200 rpms more wouldn't have made that big of a difference.

Also, i'm sure once the bike breaks in (only has 170 miles now), it will loosen up a bit more and gain a few more ponies
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yea you'll deifnitely be picking up another 2 or 3 horses there!

Don't quote me on this, but I believe the f4R's redline is closer to 13k.....your power looks like it was still rising at 12k!

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yea you'll deifnitely be picking up another 2 or 3 horses there!

Don't quote me on this, but I believe the f4R's redline is closer to 13k.....your power looks like it was still rising at 12k!
That would be sweet. I remember reading the booklet and seeing 12,200. Regardless........it's a WIN WIN for me.

I'm very happy with the setup especially since it only cost me $1400 for everything.
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