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RSV4 on the dyno - June 10, 2010, 09:49 PM




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Inline with what everyone else is saying.....damn that thing is small!!

No TQ reading....can't see where the ht/tq meet so I cant determine it. Nice bike...is it the factory or reg. R? Looks like base as no Ohlins...but again...my bad eye isnt seeing it...lol


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Inline with what everyone else is saying.....damn that thing is small!!

No TQ reading....can't see where the ht/tq meet so I cant determine it. Nice bike...is it the factory or reg. R? Looks like base as no Ohlins...but again...my bad eye isnt seeing it...lol

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LOL...maybe my bad eye is really bad...but I see no RPM on that scale at all. do you?


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It's HP vs MPH on the graph.


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Wow not much power and afrs are all over the place.


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LOL...maybe my bad eye is really bad...but I see no RPM on that scale at all. do you?
no, but HP and Trq always intersect at 5252.


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Wow not much power and afrs are all over the place.

Power is exactly what it should be. The RNR dyno consistently reads about 10hp less than all other dynos of the same type.

AFR isn't going to be accurate because it still has the stock muffler with a catalytic converter in it.


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I'm impressed that you ponied up the cash for this bike. Especially in its first year. I look forward to reading your thoughts on it.


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I'm impressed that you ponied up the cash for this bike. Especially in its first year. I look forward to reading your thoughts on it.

I've got a review in progress.


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Power is exactly what it should be. The RNR dyno consistently reads about 10hp less than all other dynos of the same type.

AFR isn't going to be accurate because it still has the stock muffler with a catalytic converter in it.
Agreed, well, it's more of a %...it's about 6-7% low (comparing my sv dyno sheet to one that was done on a different dyno)...most rsv runs I've seen are right around 160, so that's right where it should be.


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