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Hyper VS 1098 on a Dyno Drag - October 21, 2007, 03:02 PM

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Ducati 1098

Date: 10/20/07
racerleft id: 4990
Elapsed Time: 9.783
Speed: 149.300
HP 161.2


Ducati Hypermotard w/full termi's

7734 1/4 Mile A
racemqht id: 4989
ElapsedTime: 10.133
Speed: 130.900
HP 112.4



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October 21, 2007, 03:59 PM

hrm...a little optimistic I would venture, by about 5-10%...but still, impressive

I've seen race tuned with headwork 1000ds motors make ~100, so 110 on a built 1100 is reasonable, but just with full exhaust? I dunno, I think 100-104 would be a more truthful number. Thats the problem with inertia dynos (you can tell it was as it was a simulated 1/4mile pull)--minor effects are magnified and can result in distorted numbers. As for the 1098, most of the tests I've seen are in the 144-148 range stock...or 155-160 with the full termi system, so a 5-10% over-read on this type of dyno is reasonable


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hrm...a little optimistic I would venture, by about 5-10%...but still, impressive

I've seen race tuned with headwork 1000ds motors make ~100, so 110 on a built 1100 is reasonable, but just with full exhaust? I dunno, I think 100-104 would be a more truthful number. Thats the problem with inertia dynos (you can tell it was as it was a simulated 1/4mile pull)--minor effects are magnified and can result in distorted numbers. As for the 1098, most of the tests I've seen are in the 144-148 range stock...or 155-160 with the full termi system, so a 5-10% over-read on this type of dyno is reasonable
You are 100% correct...I asked him how he managed that much power since all the dyno pulls I've seen with the full system came in around 86 to rear wheel which is right around 100hp and he said they "did some other things" to the motor as well.

I think the race cams + full system would end up right around 110hp. I'm thinking about having the race cams done but not for a bit.


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BTW...keep in mind that this is a "dyno drag" so I'd guess that a real drag strip would get the hyper around low 11's???

The motor has upgraded pistons, cams, custom mapped ECU and has dynoed 105 to the wheel.


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BTW...keep in mind that this is a "dyno drag" so I'd guess that a real drag strip would get the hyper around low 11's???

The motor has upgraded pistons, cams, custom mapped ECU and has dynoed 105 to the wheel.
10's, same power to weight as a 600, broader powerband.

yeah, I figured it had a bunch of motorwork done to get anywhere close to that.

now just put the motor in a titanium rat bike


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