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910v750 dyno (was decisions, decisions)

This shows the difference from a stock 04 750 Brutale against a stock 910.
Purely for educational purposes only.
Black lines are the 910, red lines are the 750
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Great, thanks for posting. how about the curves for your R ? is it much different from the standard 910?

It would be nice to get the data for stock F4 750, 750SPR, 1000, 1000R/Senna, Tamburini, done with the same Dyno/operator, just to have it on file here @the forum...

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Great, thanks for posting. how about the curves for your R ? is it much different from the standard 910?
That was my R and both had the fueling pretty good with PC's

I'll have a 910S in this weekend but it has a midpipe fitted.
The R is suppose to have just 1.5hp increase over standard because of the head porting but gains 8 or so hp with the race exhaust and chip.

When they come in, I'll post results of all the different combinations, and I'll be able to see exactly what the chip does.

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Here's my dyno results for my 750:



One of the most accurate dyno's in the state....pretty satisfied. All I have is a Midpipe.

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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Thanks for posting, also installed the mid-pipe on my 910s, but hedging on the Power commander this would help motivate my decision, also it that rear wheel readings?

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Mine is...I'm assuming the others are as well.

When I asked the guy about the PC3, he said it won't give but maybe 1HP, but the important part is your A/F ratio in ALL RPMS and ALL throttle positions. Crisp smooth throttle response.

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Mine is...I'm assuming the others are as well.

When I asked the guy about the PC3, he said it won't give but maybe 1HP, but the important part is your A/F ratio in ALL RPMS and ALL throttle positions. Crisp smooth throttle response.
Exactly! This is precisely why I am asking John to install and map the PC on my 910. I want to get rid of that nasty on/off throttle transition and improve the gas mileage.
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gas mileage.
That's my MAIN reason for getting a PC3, as I know what you're talking about for the throttle response, but it's STILL smoother than most all other bikes on the road....anything I can do to get the 750's gas mileage up, I'm doing

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That's my MAIN reason for getting a PC3, as I know what you're talking about for the throttle response, but it's STILL smoother than most all other bikes on the road....anything I can do to get the 750's gas mileage up, I'm doing
I have never ridden the 750, but I think the 910 may suffer from the off-on throttle transition jerkiness more than the 750.
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