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Old 04-26-2008, 03:59 PM   #1
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Default LOL, My bike makes as much power as some stock Miatas.

I was surprised too. My SV1000 just got off the dyno. It made 111.5 RWHP.

Some Miata's don't even make that, and that's just sad. That a V-twin with just over 1/2 the displacement of a miata made as much power. And don't tell me the bike motor is less reliable, the Suzuki V-twin is a stout motor that easily will run over 50k miles.

Miata Weight:HP Ratio 8.27 Lbs/HP (8.95 Lbs/HP with me)
SV1000 Weight:HP Ratio 3.85 Lbs/HP (5.56 Lbs/HP with me)

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Old 04-26-2008, 04:02 PM   #2
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and what was the tq?
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and what was the tq?
Didn't run with RPM connected. However I can figure it out pretty easy. The runs were done in 3rd gear with the rev limiter coming active at 11,200 RPM @ 128 MPH.

Peak power was at 117 MPH @ 10293 RPM 57 ft/lbs and 111.5 RWHP
Peak Torque was probably at 100 MPH and was 59 ft/lbs at the rear wheel.

It's pretty flat in it's delivery, at 60 MPH, the bike was making around 55 ft/lbs of torque @ 5252 RPM (Which coincidentally is 55 RWHP.) Even at 3500 RPM the bike is still making 44 ft/lbs of torque.


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Weak.























J/K. It needs a turbo.
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well.....it revs to 11k





i've been wantin a bike bad lately
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Nice. Mark, my Magna makes just a little more out of its 750 cc V4, but it took a lot of work and tuning to get there. My Shadow ACE makes about half that, out of its 1100 cc twin.

I'm going to see what I did with the charts...
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it's annoying most bike dynos never give you torque, i need to get mine inspected but i'm too broke for tires
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Weak.

J/K. It needs a turbo.
A 35 Shot would make it not weak... LOL.

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That's impressive, I've never been on a bike that had serious amounts of power. I think the most I've had was 45hp. I bet it is one awesome ride.
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My 2002 R6 put down 98hp from a 15,000rpm 600cc engine.

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My 2002 R6 put down 98hp from a 15,000rpm 600cc engine.

Bad *** bike!

Ya, the SV1000 is actually a weak liter bit to be honest, but I knew that going in. It had what I wanted though, which was a linear motor that made good torque. Did most everything well enough. I am actually surprised that the SV made more power than your 600.

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My 2002 R6 put down 98hp from a 15,000rpm 600cc engine.
i raise you like 5hp and 1000rpm

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i raise you like 5hp and 1000rpm
LOL, my (former) GSXR 760 would destroy your 600.
My brother rides a R6. I can pull on him in my miata. Just not enough torque there. Too bad they don't have something between the R6 and R1.
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GSXR 760
you dont say?
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i raise you 35hp and 4K less RPM600s and 750s don't have enough low end torque for my liking



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+1, usable torque is the way to go, though for purely aesthetic reasons I prefer Italian twins
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i love me a MV agusta but i love the jap engines
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+1, usable torque is the way to go, though for purely aesthetic reasons I prefer Italian twins
My goal is to get another 10 RWHP out of this bitch, which means I need to find 5 ft/lbs of torque... lol, On the other hand, how long would a 10 lb nitrous bottle last with a 10 shot... (ok that was stupid!!!)

I seriously would like to be on par with the Aprilia Tuono R with regards to power, which would be around 120 RWHP.
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My goal is to get another 10 RWHP out of this bitch, which means I need to find 5 ft/lbs of torque... lol, On the other hand, how long would a 10 lb nitrous bottle last with a 10 shot... (ok that was stupid!!!)

I seriously would like to be on par with the Aprilia Tuono R with regards to power, which would be around 120 RWHP.
Ahem.... TURBO IT! Or nitrous I guess, but turbo is cooler. Why not?
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Ahem.... TURBO IT! Or nitrous I guess, but turbo is cooler. Why not?
Actually I am gonna keep it N/A. Although don't get me wrong, a turbo is tempting. I really don't have a desire for more than 120 RWHP (dynojet.) It seems like a reasonable goal, and I certainly can't exploit the bike as it stands.

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