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Dyno results- 1078RR

Thought I share this with you as I think its quite impressive:
1078 with Microtec ECU (X81) and full Arrow system (Vesuvio). Stock air filter. Graphs attached
Rear wheel bhp 186, torque 119Nm

Guys at dyno centre were really impressed (so was I) with figures and as per below experience with other clients. Some examples below
Kawa ZZR1400 183rwbhp, torque 128Nm
Suzuki Busa 09 (stock) 184rwbhp, torque 130Nm
Suzuki GSR1000 K8 with full Akrapovic and PCIII 181rwbhp, torque 111Nm
Honda CBR 08 stock 160rwbhp (!? suprised to be honest I expected Blades to reach 170s)

I know dynos' values between them vary and above may not be so accurate but ..still...186rwbhp... Even more respect for the MV engine/Microtec ECU package.
Thanks Chris X81 for help during below work, appreciate.

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Impressive... I want one.

Good low end response? Mine's a bit snatchy just off idle. Not hard to live with but any more smoothness there?

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Impressive... I want one.

Good low end response? Mine's a bit snatchy just off idle. Not hard to live with but any more smoothness there?

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I should have mentioned bike behaviour. Yes totally smooth. Low revs snatch /coughing gone as soon as the ECU was in. Now with fuelling sorted is smooth everywhere. No erratic idle or irregular engine response.
Only 'issue' is slight backfiring and flames (!) on the overun (closed throttle) while disengaging clutch to switch gear. Not a problem, however to cure you must add fuel and this messes up things somewhere else (rev range). You can tweak a bit to find a solution however for me not worth it.
Cold start no problems at all.
Idle is steady at 1400rpm.
Engine temperature sorted. Rarely seeing more than 100C. OK its cold now and waiting for Summer but removal of catalyst changed things a lot (plus the better mixture)

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Hey Phil..... How do you decide which bike to ride?

The MV can't win all the time surely

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Thought I share this with you as I think its quite impressive:
1078 with Microtec ECU (X81) and full Arrow system (Vesuvio). Stock air filter. Graphs attached
Rear wheel bhp 186, torque 119Nm

Guys at dyno centre were really impressed with figures and as per below experience with other clients. Some examples below
Kawa ZZR1400 183rwbhp, torque 128Nm
Suzuki Busa 09 (stock) 184rwbhp, torque 130Nm
Suzuki GSR1000 K8 with full Akrapovic and PCIII 181rwbhp, torque 111Nm
Honda CBR 08 stock 160rwbhp (!? suprised to be honest I expected Blades to reach 170s)

I know dynos' values between them vary and above may not be so accurate but ..still...186rwbhp... Even more respect for the MV engine/Microtec ECU package.
Thanks Chris X81 for help during below work, appreciate.

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... more like a flying pig

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Of course; mư fast pig did 193.4 rwhp . On a different dynojet that arguably gives slightly higher figures because it compensates for wheelslip. Full RG3 system, RapidBike module.


They're only numbers without real meaning. How much of "too much" do you need?

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Thanks Miciel, I remember yr figures months ago, very impressive

Too right about being enough. Ok its nice to see such figures however its pretty scary to feel that power on the road. I must say I will never use all that power but thats just me. I guess few riders would feel comfortable with that bhp or use it to its fullest.

Ofcourse you can always tease yr mates during the discussions ..

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