Dyno results thread

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You guys slug it out, I will wait in the wings to see who wins :lol: :lol: :lol:
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cybercarl wrote:Well if that's the case then his bike is only putting out just over 64 ponies :eek2 maybe they are shire ponies :lol: and it also contradicts what it says on the top left, max power = 101.74 and Max Torque 64.77. But bizarrely nether of the figures correspond exactly to the graph if you use a rule, Mount Everest peaks just past 104 and the straight curve is 102 :roll:

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102 on your ruler is close to 101.7 on the caption. Hp is the LH axis and the smooth curve. Torque is the RH axis and the spiky trace, 64

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Dynojet kit, recommended settings. No dyno time, Leo Vince cans, otherwise standard. Bottom line current bike, approx 12000 miles. Upper line, old bike, same set up except Remus Cans, approx 35000 miles.
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AMCQ46 wrote:
cybercarl wrote:Well if that's the case then his bike is only putting out just over 64 ponies :eek2 maybe they are shire ponies :lol: and it also contradicts what it says on the top left, max power = 101.74 and Max Torque 64.77. But bizarrely nether of the figures correspond exactly to the graph if you use a rule, Mount Everest peaks just past 104 and the straight curve is 102 :roll:

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102 on your ruler is close to 101.7 on the caption. Hp is the LH axis and the smooth curve. Torque is the RH axis and the spiky trace, 64

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Have to hand it to you, I didn't even see that you could zoom it and I read the HP figure as 104, not 101!
It's odd that the torque trace is stretched to fit the scales that way, not seen that done before.

It's still got a nasty dip, though, so the carb adjusting advice still stands. But not as nasty a dip as first appeared. :thumbup:

Flateric, can you ask the dyno operator to re-print the results on normal scales, such as the ones earlier in the thread?
They'll have the data stored on their pc.
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AMCQ46 wrote:
cybercarl wrote:HP left, Torque right, Torque straight curve, HP the alps. That how I interpret it anyway. :thumbup:

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Happy to take bets that the alps is torque.... I have just given it a good study zoomed in....not that I am competitive or anything :lol:
yes jagged one is torque and smooth is power, you can see up the left side its got power and the right side its got torque figures

both correspond as Al said with the correct numbers stated, just do a CTL + and have a look closer
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This topic has been moved, from the "Workshop" section,

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