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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-17-2000, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know the stock power for a 95 ZX6R? The last owner put a K&N, and a Muzzy exhaust. I had it dynoed and it pulled 88 hp and 42 ft/lb. Is that up or down? I think down. I need to have it jetted and adjusted. You can smell that it runs rich near the top.

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For a stock 95 6R that is not terribly bad. You should be expecting somewhere around 90-94 HP tops. Im sure if you got the carbs set up right and checked everything else out you could squeeze 92 Hp out of it.

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Thank God I'm friends/neighbors with one of the techs at the local Harley shop. He said if I go in with him on one of his days off he said he'll help me tune it for the $20 that it costs to run the dyno. Not bad since otherwise they change like $100 an hour. Pays to know people. Thanks for answering my question. Now I know I'm only 4 hp short and not 10 or more. When I dynoed my F1 it pulled 73 hp when it was supposed to have about 84.

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Be careful, you might come out with some of those leather dangling handlebar things, a sleeping bag straped to your mirrors, and an oil leak j/k

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