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bmw s1000r real dyno
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    bmw s1000r real dyno

    Well chip at kws dyno'd 1 today and they posted the results.This is a race shop.Not some random shop with inflated numbers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip@KWS View Post
    This is a bone stock BMW S1000R with pump gas in it from the gas station down the street....I put 34miles on it before we pulled the trigger.

    This is the same curve vs. a bone stock 2009 GSX-R1000....just for relevance:




    This is the most power we have ever seen out of a stock bike on our dyno.....ever.....here is the BMW vs. a bone stock 2009 Hayabusa:

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    sideshow hate to say it, but you are correct
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    Im paranoid on doing things myself. .

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    yup... still want one... I hate alex.
    Follow the liter

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    DAMN!!!! BMW has the top spot for now!
    TSB

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    i have to see it to believe it! Man those are some high#s.
    Last edited by dirt ninja; 04-21-2010 at 06:31 PM.

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    how much is it getting to the wheel though?

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    200 hp??? hmmmmm
    Originally Posted by Prettyboy
    yeah but your closer to a pop-tart -vs- a pop-a-dent.
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    I want one.

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    they need to pull that flat spot out of the 5500 - 7500 range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNo View Post
    how much is it getting to the wheel though?
    about 165 to 170hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNo View Post
    how much is it getting to the wheel though?
    Quote Originally Posted by KyleB View Post
    about 165 to 170hp
    this is a joke right? forgive my ignorance but aren't those the dyno numbers, bike actually producing 196 rwhp (rear wheel horse power) meaning bike actually putting 196 horses on the rear wheel, how did you come up with those numbers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glamcem View Post
    this is a joke right? forgive my ignorance but aren't those the dyno numbers, bike actually producing 196 rwhp (rear wheel horse power) meaning bike actually putting 196 horses on the rear wheel, how did you come up with those numbers?
    are you trying to be funny or serious? those numbers are to the crank homey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNo View Post
    are you trying to be funny or serious? those numbers are to the crank homey...
    I dont think so... If the bike is sitting on a dyno, the HP is from the wheel.
    Follow the liter

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    The dyno measures power at the rear wheel.

    Power at the crank can only be estimated. THAT is where the inflated hp numbers usually come from.

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    I guess drive train loss should less than cars(typically 10% 2wd and 15% on 4wd cars) I believe it's like 5-6% on bikes.. so crank hp, should be little over 200hp...
    so if engine makes say 200hp, bike would put way more than 160-170
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    WTH!!! That thing redlines at 14k?!?!?!?!
    Torque seems a bit low for the amount of power it puts down but damn it carries all the way through 13k before dropping off.
    :drool:
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    KWS did alot for Aprilia team last year, I want to say they didnt motor work for CHaz Davies but I am not to certain they have or had a sick Rsvr for sale last year...
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    Everyones a Ph.D when it comes to riding,they can tell u what tires to get, what oil to use and what gear 2 buy yet these "Docs usually base their expertise on some1 else's opinion not their own experience...

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    Just think what the numbers would be with just a LITTLE work - exhaust, custom map, etc. 200+ for sure. Honestly, I wouldn't know what to DO with that much HP. Prolly seriously injure myself in about 10 minutes . . .

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    like i said before... those numbers are not whp. that would be bhp. you fuckers never listen... i think you guys just get too damn excited when you see the number 200 that it affects your abililty to think straight.

    http://hellforleathermagazine.com/20...hp-on-dyn.html

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    ^^for the reference; every dyno reads different . There's a huge different between Mustang dyno, Dynojet, and other dynos in terms of numbers(hp). -10 to +10% difference sounds about right. Not to mention the other variables like temp, humidty and elevation which have a huge effect those numbers. I don't remember how many ice packs I had to put on my turbo inter-cooler during the dyno pulls when I used to have my Subaru STI( in a hot summer day), lol. Those low reading dynos are termed as "HEARTBREAKER DYNO"
    Last edited by glamcem; 04-22-2010 at 08:12 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNo View Post
    like i said before... those numbers are not whp. that would be bhp. you fuckers never listen... i think you guys just get too damn excited when you see the number 200 that it affects your abililty to think straight.

    http://hellforleathermagazine.com/20...hp-on-dyn.html
    Umm, yeah. From the very same article you linked to:

    The result? 183hp at the back wheel, indicating a crank figure in the region of 200bhp.
    How much clearer do YOU want us to be?!!!

    A dyno can't accurately measure horespower at the crank, since the "crank" is buried inside the engine.

    It only measures the horsepower at the wheel.

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