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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-25-2011, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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brutale 1090rr stock on dyno

got the brutale in one of those dyno trucks at the local dealer for 10$ for 3 pulls.

the brutale in stock form 123.28 hp and 70.75 ft/lbs

not sure how accurate it is but it is about 15% off from the "specs" on the sheet so it might not be that far off. tell me what you guys think is this in line what a stock brutale 1090 should be putting down?
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got the brutale in one of those dyno trucks at the local dealer for 10$ for 3 pulls.

the brutale in stock form 123.28 hp and 70.75 ft/lbs

not sure how accurate it is but it is about 15% off from the "specs" on the sheet so it might not be that far off. tell me what you guys think is this in line what a stock brutale 1090 should be putting down?
That seems low compared to other nationale bikes of similiar cc's. Unless it was a Mustang dyno, different than a standard dyno.

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was a dynojet one in a long trailer.

the hp numbers that mv lists on the spec sheet is that at the crank or the wheel?
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I think the factory list crank hp but dont hold me to that. Dynos vary also. I have always wondered what my 910R puts down and have asked here but I dont find much info on it. In my mind they should be 140+ rwhp. Quite a few folks with the same mods as me on my FZ1 get 150-153 rwhp. A hooligan bike should get that in my opinion. I would not worry about it though unless you start getting beat by 600-750's. They are just numbers.

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specs are given at crank(bhp) that way the inconsistencies in driveline drag which would vary from bike to bike can be eliminated. So your figures are about right. I`d guess you could expect a drop of maybe 10% at rear wheel. If I was the cynical type I might even suggest that BHP figures are given cause the figure is higher so sounds better.
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i think the factory says 139 hp
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123hp at the wheel makes for a fun ride, for sure.

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Now I know why my FZ1 feels faster.

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got the brutale in one of those dyno trucks at the local dealer for 10$ for 3 pulls.

the brutale in stock form 123.28 hp and 70.75 ft/lbs

not sure how accurate it is but it is about 15% off from the "specs" on the sheet so it might not be that far off. tell me what you guys think is this in line what a stock brutale 1090 should be putting down?
The 1090 is tuned for torque throughout the rev range and not for pure BHP, that's probably why the power dropped from the 1078, a recent group test in the MCN over here said the brutale felt the fastest out of the line up but was down on power on the dyno, flat out BHP is only one measure, for the real world torque at normal riding rpm is what matters and that's what the 1090 does very well. Your rear wheel BHP sounds about right.

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the thing we did notice is that the torque was relatively flat after about what would be around 5-6k rpm basically exaactly where you want the torque to be, guy asked me if the thing wheelie a lot? told him i'm not good enough to try to find that out.
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