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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-22-2006, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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1000r dyno

put my std 1000r on the dyno today to get a base reading before i start modding.we used a dynojet 250 and recorded a base figure of [email protected] AND 76ft pounds, well pleased a std 2005 r1 made 152 on the same dyno the day before. My friend for comparison put his 2005 f41000s with rg3s, cat bypass,bmc filter and power commander and it made [email protected] and 79ftpounds, but my bike only beat it above 11200 rpm below that it whipped mined at 8000rpm were mine has a big flat spot it made 26hp more and at least 10 bhp more all the way untill the very top were the r is better can't wait to fit the same bits as my friend will post dyno charts when all my parts are fitted as they are on order
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wow
thats hp number is great.... a bit higher than i would have expected
you must have gotten a "good" one.... as we all know that there can be some variation in power output of "similar" motors

we'll look forward to seeing more dyno results as your modifications move forward



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158rwhp is right on the money.

MV claimed an increase of 7 more HP and Sport Rider dyno'd the 1000S at 151hp at the wheel.

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put my std 1000r on the dyno today to get a base reading before i start modding.we used a dynojet 250 and recorded a base figure of [email protected] AND 76ft pounds, well pleased a std 2005 r1 made 152 on the same dyno the day before. My friend for comparison put his 2005 f41000s with rg3s, cat bypass,bmc filter and power commander and it made [email protected] and 79ftpounds, but my bike only beat it above 11200 rpm below that it whipped mined at 8000rpm were mine has a big flat spot it made 26hp more and at least 10 bhp more all the way untill the very top were the r is better can't wait to fit the same bits as my friend will post dyno charts when all my parts are fitted as they are on order
My "R" is going on the dyno next friday with RG3, cat by-pass, and PC all taken from my 1000S, which made 160 with all these fitted at the same dyno I'm off to next week, these flat spots are pretty big to say the least, I have been filling mine by ear and laptop, it's obviously not right by dyno std's, but all the large holes around the 6000rpm have gone making it much easier to ride
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What break-in technique...?

What break-in technique did you use? Factory suggested (easy), or (hard break-in)? Thanks!
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run it in by the book
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Why do you prefer that to the hard run-in, just curious...

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I think a proper break in should be done by the book as far as not exceeding the recomended max RPM as per the odometer, but on the other hand you dont want to baby it either. Just do some fast sprints up to the book manual recomended MAX RPM for break in. That should be safe for the motor yet ensuring proper seating of the rings. It should also give you the best possible MAX HP you can squeeze out of her as well. I guess you could say a balnce between the hard break in method and the baby method as long as you done Exceed MAX RPM as per the book. Oh and dont forget to vary the RPM as well by not staying at any one RPM for a prolonged duration.
And change the oil after the first 200-300 miles too.
That should do it!!!

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What break-in technique did you use? Factory suggested (easy), or (hard break-in)? Thanks!
I basically broke it in by the book, trying to keep it spinning light, never loading it low down etc but using the rpm max that the book says, but at 1000miles I figure it's run in enough
You also need to remeber all these bikes are dyno run for max bhp and torque at the factory, plus the runing in period is as much about running you into the bike as running in the bike itself hence the gradual build up in rpm's, can you imagine how many people may get into trouble if they said run it in at a max of 5000rpm to 300 miles then do what you want?
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im still trying to figure out the need for EVERY LAST HP possible on a (non dragstrip) motorcycle.
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