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06 zx10r dnyo numbers

here is a dyno sheet on the zx10r for 06.... thought some of you may be interested.

It's bone stock.
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Any idea what an '05 scored on the same dyno?




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I don't know anyone who has dyno sheets on a 05 with that dyno. I do know that I haven't seen a stock 05 dyno test on any machine or any dyno with an even curve like this one...
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Here is an 04 for you.....
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15hp difference? Well it should put the gixxers back in their place if thats correct.




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it's hard to believe stocker putting down 165hp to the wheel.....
but if it's true then put a full exhaust pcIII, some other "secret" tricks (not to be mentioned on here) and this thing may be putting down 180hp to the wheel....

* I don't know about you but I think that just might be fast enough to out run those questionable looks......
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not sure it this is accurate or not....
Take a look at the 04 dyno sheet the stock number in red shows less than 150hp on the graph but on the bottom it shows 150 at max?????? I got it from the website listed in the dyno sheet....
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Agreed something is funny here. First, I have a hard time believing that much of a power gain without a new engine design. Then there are the measuring flaws you mentioned.
But yeah, 180rwhp would be enough to outrun just about any look outhere... besides akro makes a damn nice looking can for it (it resembles a star treck phaser or some such thing)




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Its a freaking conspiracy!
How else do you explain, everytime I get close to paying a bike off the manufacturers come out with one better. Every single time.




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you should trade that sucka in.....
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