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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-17-2006, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno pulls today

Well they brought in a mobile DynoJet dyno and are giving HP Pulls at Cal Coast Motorsports in Ventura. No torque #'s as that would take to long, but good baseline hp #'s.
My little F4i pulled a 92.8hp. Has a little dip in the midrange, but we'll work that out. Just some averages I saw while there:

RC51's ~115hp
R6 101hp
GSXR1000 147HP
Harleys ~70 - 75hp
FJR1300 117hp
Goldwings 90hp
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04 f4i... didnt even know they made them that late. when did they stop[ making them? when did they start with the rr's?
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also another question would be i am looking at pictures and they seem to have a single seat similar to the kawasakis and im not a big fan of that, were any of them seperate seating?
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They still make the F4i's along side the RR's. While I am not a fan of the seat from a visual perspective, my arse sure loves it.

Do a lot of double riding so fit the bill for me. Heart wanted the RR, but logic prevailed being a family man and taking wife & kids for rides.
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Here's one from my 996 altitude 7000ft. I'd be skerd to ride it at sea level!
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A few ccs short of a full litre.
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They still make the F4i's along side the RR's. While I am not a fan of the seat from a visual perspective, my arse sure loves it.

Do a lot of double riding so fit the bill for me. Heart wanted the RR, but logic prevailed being a family man and taking wife & kids for rides.
hey i hear ya man. i just dont know if it could grow on me. but your wife likes it? my wife is slowly getting into riding with me more and more as we bought her all the necassary gear. i love my f4i now but i want somthing a lil newer and the seat i have now is like fucking plywood. so you would reccomend
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hey i hear ya man. i just dont know if it could grow on me. but your wife likes it? my wife is slowly getting into riding with me more and more as we bought her all the necassary gear. i love my f4i now but i want somthing a lil newer and the seat i have now is like fucking plywood. so you would reccomend
Yeah wife got all the good gear, I had to work within a budget for mine, and lately she has not been riding that much, Go figure?? Dang Women!! Plywood seems to be the universal description for the RR seat. Like I said, my seat works for me.
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Mac020 nice numbers. At least in Colorado you have the cool air effect.
Was pretty hot out here today and he did not have a fan blowing to simulate real riding conditions so I may have picked up a few more that way with ram air in effect. It was free so I am not complaining.
Hey next time I head home, Pueblo, we need to get out and ride. Been thinking of riding out there in late August to see the family.
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Re: Dyno pulls today

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Cal Coast Motorsports in Ventura
Thats where i bought my bike last year do you live near there? i am in orange right now.
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Yep, just around the corner in Oxnard. I would never buy a bike there due to past treatment and prices, but they do have an awesome selection and have backed up what they sold to most people I know, just overpriced and do not negotiate much.
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