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F3 Oro Dyno run data sheet..

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This is a dyno result from my mates F3 Oro ( not in the UK)

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is that the measured HP at the crank or the wheel?
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I think it's at the rear wheel. The information at the bottom of the page includes "vmax" which is the maximum speed the rear wheel achieved during the run.
This requires calibration data including the diameter of the wheel & number of sprocket teeth.

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MCN right or wrong??

Anybody want to explain to me WTF is going on below 6000??

Hey...................Its not my bloody dyno chart OK, all I want is somebody to please be honest about it.

Looks pretty damn good after 6K though





Thanx very much for posting the F3 Augusta dyno chart John it answers a few of those niggling questions about fueling don't you think??

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if it is, it's beyond what the spec sheet say for crank power of 128hp...

Don't get me wrong - I hope it is rear wheel power. That way, get rid of the cat, put in a high flow filter, remap and a few small tweaks and it will have similar power to 2000 R1 (150hp at the crank). That power figure, plus the low weight (if anyone can eventually confirm the curb/wet weight) will make for a very impressive track weapon!
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emissions, emissions, emissions...plus the search for peak power.

get rid of emissions HW, remap and you should keep the peak power and smooth out the mid-range. Most "sport" bikes smooth this out and sacrifice about 5bhp peak and still meet emission requirements world wide - looks like MV take a different approach which works for me since I never ride under 6k except when leaving the pits
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Din 70020

The diagram mentions "Din 70020". According to wikipedia din 70020 stands for:

"DIN 70020 is a standard from German DIN regarding road vehicles. Because the German word for horsepower is Pferdestärke, in Germany it is commonly abbreviated to PS. DIN hp is measured at the engine's output shaft, and is usually expressed in metric (Pferdestärke) rather than mechanical horsepower".

So my guess would be on the output shaft.
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