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YZF


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posted February 06, 2008 12:38 PM        
2008 1000cc DYNO numbers

Here ya go:

http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/5854/scan0020hr8.jpg



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stevewfl


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posted February 06, 2008 01:04 PM        
who cares about dyno lets talk best overall performing bike (suspension, braking, corner speed, etc)

"peak" HP from the engine, some just can't think past it! lol
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posted February 06, 2008 01:10 PM        
steve> how do you like "not peak" torque from Kawasaki? Its highest too! LOL

Sorry, reality was clear long time ago

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posted February 06, 2008 01:17 PM        
YZF I've owned severral kawaski's and God willing will own several more? Your point? But the "engine" isn't all that makes a performing superbike. You don't get that do you?

Peak this, peak that..... LoL


Can you give me cornerspeed and braking distance comparisions? Since thats what the winner has?
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posted February 06, 2008 01:23 PM        Edited By: YZF on 6 Feb 2008 12:24
Lap times can give you roughly idea about corner speeds. You have lap times in another post.

And for braking tests, here ya go:


Braking from 70mph to 0 mph:

1. Kawasaki 46,25m

2. Honda 47.70m

3. Yamaha 47.85m

4. Suzuki 48,82m


Taken from MCN test




P.S. Maybe admins should merge these two topics?

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stevewfl


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posted February 06, 2008 01:25 PM        
Like I said earlier "from a realible source"

and YZF, I'm not brand loyal, I may eat crow! Just not yet brutha-man :P
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posted February 06, 2008 01:35 PM        
YZF, are you buying an '08 by chance? So far, I haven't met anyone interested,
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posted February 06, 2008 01:37 PM        
I am seriously thinking!! But until i have bike in my garage, i'll be modest and keep quiet
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posted February 06, 2008 03:45 PM        
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I am seriously thinking!! But until i have bike in my garage, i'll be modest and keep quiet


Man I hope you put one in the stable! Then we'll get a realistic write up from an owner. After you wipe that brown spot off the seat after break-in
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posted February 06, 2008 10:53 PM        
1-800-read-the-fuckin-FAQ-and-learn-to-POST



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posted February 06, 2008 10:54 PM        Edited By: fish_antlers on 6 Feb 2008 21:55
so... 8 hp less but 17 lbs less as well?

so your point is what?


BTW... I'll wait for Kbryant to get a real bike on the dyno before I trust anything out of that rag!
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posted February 06, 2008 11:31 PM        
We don't have real world weight figures yet! I should see those 17lbs first.

And those 8rwd seems to be true what are claimed hp numbers from factory LOL

Honda 178hp (crank)
Kawasaki 188hp (crank) without ramair


So i was right LOL. Where is my bunny ROTFL.

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stevewfl


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posted February 07, 2008 07:26 AM        
dyno numbers just don't matter mych to me regarding sportbikes, although finally k bryant posted real numbers and not internet fantasia.

I'm not against the ZX10 in anyway, I took the dark side for the sake of debate. Lets see more realistic info role out.
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posted February 07, 2008 08:58 AM        Edited By: YZF on 7 Feb 2008 07:59
stevewfl> internet numbers were CORRECT TOO. No fantasy there!

You take kilowatts and compare them to horsepower, LOL But its the same thing only in different hand.

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posted February 07, 2008 09:02 AM        
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We don't have real world weight figures yet! I should see those 17lbs first.

And those 8rwd seems to be true what are claimed hp numbers from factory LOL

Honda 178hp (crank)
Kawasaki 188hp (crank) without ramair


So i was right LOL. Where is my bunny ROTFL.

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like I said, I'll wait to see what a real dyno makes... then I'll wait to put a ZX10R on the scales ..... remember that Bikeland was the first publication in the USA to actually weigh the 06 model...

Maybe someone could find the topic? Too many to look through... (it's the one Beans copied to jog people's memories...)



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posted February 07, 2008 09:06 AM        
We have 2 (3) good dyno runs (they are pretty reliable) and still you need something LOL

Ok, lets wait for more

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posted February 07, 2008 09:18 AM        
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We have 2 (3) good dyno runs (they are pretty reliable) and still you need something LOL

Ok, lets wait for more



sorry... I must have missed the other two because the only dyno run I see is from MCN...
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posted February 07, 2008 09:42 AM        Edited By: stevewfl on 7 Feb 2008 08:42
Fidh we have atrue dyno run from area P that is accurate without the "Kawi is paying and we're sucking up" additional HP such as the ones reported I called BS on.

Here is the 2008 ZX10, numbers inline with what I predicted (quoted from k bryant)

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Here are the results. Extremely impressive.

Baseline - 157.4 hp, 74.05 tq
Area P Slip-On - 164.05 hp, 75.3 tq



This bike had 250 miles on it. It responded very well to the exhaust change. Plus 6.7 hp and 1.2 tq increase peak. Very strong low and mid-range increases as well. Interesting to note that the new ZX10 pulls hard all the way to the soft limiter (13000 rpm) and just starts to level off. It was almost 12 hp stronger at its peak, over the OEM muffler at the same rpm. This trait is particular to the '08 model and shows how strong the motor is with our exhaust. The Area P Slip-On tested was with our large 2.5" core. The A/F curve was within specs and no change was required. A PC3 or kit ECU may further enhance power.

Interesting note - with the Area P Slip-On installed, the '08 ZX10 makes more horsepower than the baseline stock runs of our '08 ZX14. As normal, all our runs are done using SAE settings. STD will of course be higher.

http://www.areapnolimits.com/products/Slip-On-Exhaust-Kawasaki-ZX-10R-2008.php







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YZF


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posted February 07, 2008 11:51 AM        
Yup, another dyno where difference is THE SAME . So both of them are true.


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posted February 07, 2008 01:49 PM        
LOL

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stevewfl


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posted February 07, 2008 06:35 PM        
LoL
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posted February 13, 2008 11:44 PM        
Just an FYI for those that dont already know...........more mileage does more horsepower make.......Thats a little Yoda speak.

who 's the idiot that only put 250 miles on that bike.......sheesh


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posted February 14, 2008 05:14 AM        
He's alive!! Sitting back and watching like a proud Papa extreme?

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posted February 14, 2008 09:43 AM        
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Just an FYI for those that dont already know...........more mileage does more horsepower make.......Thats a little Yoda speak.

who 's the idiot that only put 250 miles on that bike.......sheesh




Well, well, well. Who put a nickle in you bright eyes? Maybe if you spent more time riding, instead of hanging out in dark hallways drinking coffee, it would have had more than 250 miles on it....

And yes, I completely agree and always have. More miles will show more hp.

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stevewfl


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posted February 14, 2008 10:25 PM        
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Just an FYI for those that dont already know...........more mileage does more horsepower make.......Thats a little Yoda speak.

who 's the idiot that only put 250 miles on that bike.......sheesh




that may or may not be true depending on if the bike was broke in on the dyno. and if it was and sees a gain, it'll be slight anyway
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