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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 08-02-2011, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Best 312R dyno graph ever

Just curious. Who can show one? Interested more in torque than in absolute power.

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post #2 of 50 (permalink) Old 08-02-2011, 05:51 PM
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Just curious. Who can show one? Interested more in torque than in absolute power.
I have the graph of my 1000R with 170,8 hp and 118Nm of torque.

Better than an other guy with a 312 than came to the bench just after me... He was so angry cos' he had less power and torque than I did
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I know its not a 312, but its got to be ball park, and don't forget about dyno read out variability

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you should specify if it's engine or rear wheel numbers...

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you should specify if it's engine or rear wheel numbers...
Sorry These are Rear Wheel figures

Also, the "As Recieved" blue line is the graph that came with the Microtec from X-Bikes. We squeezed just a few more numbers out of her.....My bike also had a BMC Breather and Decat/RG3 when Dyno'd.

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Sorry These are Rear Wheel figures

Also, the "As Recieved" blue line is the graph that came with the Microtec from X-Bikes. We squeezed just a few more numbers out of her.....My bike also had a BMC Breather and Decat/RG3 when Dyno'd.
Put the Microtec on the bike instead of on the dyno.

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post #8 of 50 (permalink) Old 08-03-2011, 02:47 AM
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So they (MV) said that the 312R is just about fully developed. .. Was that true or else why did they go to a new engine. .. Will the new engine last the next ten years and go thru a full development cycle?

Already they have another engine in the RR, will the Y10 MV eventually get this new shorter stroke engine?

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I think mine got about 149hp on an eddycurrent dyno which you need to add about 17% to add on to come up to dynojet systems???

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post #10 of 50 (permalink) Old 08-03-2011, 08:33 AM
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I read somewhere that the 1000R has a bit more torque than the 312, and the 312 has 2 more HP than the 1000R.
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