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  • Re: The POWERHOUSE Fz18

    I got the bike dynoed. Below are the dyno charts. First one is Stock chart for FZs and the second one is my bike. There is a difference of around 1.24 BHP and according to the graph my bike has got more torque but the power dips in the end due to stock exhaust. The RPM for stock shows around 8.5k while my bike goes beyond 9k. Will be getting a free flow exhaust in few days but I will not be able to get it dynoed again cause the bike has been sent to my native.

    I hope this will be helpful for people who need to power up their bikes. The difference is not much but if the by bike is dragged against a stock one, it pulls much faster and reaches 100 KMPH pretty quick. The whole setup was done keeping in mind the durability of the engine. Its not modified to the extreme.
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    Last edited by bikerboy; 02-28-2014, 07:32 PM.
    ZIP ZAP ZOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Re: The POWERHOUSE Fz18

      Originally posted by bikerboy View Post
      I got the bike dynoed. Below are the dyno charts. First one is Stock chart for FZs and the second one is my bike. There is a difference of around 1.24 BHP and according to the graph my bike has got more torque but the power dips in the end due to stock exhaust. The RPM for stock shows around 8.5k while my bike goes beyond 9k. Will be getting a free flow exhaust in few days but I will not be able to get it dynoed again cause the bike has been sent to my native.

      I hope this will be helpful for people who need to power up their bikes. The difference is not much but if the by bike is dragged against a stock one, it pulls much faster and reaches 100 KMPH pretty quick. The whole setup was done keeping in mind the durability of the engine. Its not modified to the extreme.
      can you post the dyno graph in larger sizes , cant figure out much with the ones posted above
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      • Re: The POWERHOUSE Fz18

        Here you go

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        Last edited by bikerboy; 02-28-2014, 09:00 PM.
        ZIP ZAP ZOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!

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        • Re: The POWERHOUSE Fz18

          This thread is closed hereafter apparently having outlived its utility as a knowledge sharing element. Over the past few weeks the interaction here has converted it into a battleground for claims and counter-claims with zilch scope for any value addition arising out of the interaction here either as a knowledge base or towards promoting safe riding.

          Thanks.
          (Been There Done That) x 3.25

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