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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-08-2018, 07:51 PM
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who cares about HP? Torque is whats more important... which youre not making more than 41 ft lbs...lol
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who cares about HP? Torque is whats more important... which youre not making more than 41 ft lbs...lol
i guess i should have just asked you for all the info and spec of my bike
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Re: 05 yamaha r6 (thoughts on dyno numbers??)

FWIW, my "spare" bike ('05 R6) has a YEC ECU and a PC on it, Graves throttle body slide stops, Akrapovic full Ti exhaust, and was tuned by Livengood a few years ago. 113.31hp and 47.85 tq on pump gas. Case has never been cracked open, so stock pistons, rods, cams, etc. Brian obviously messed a lot with timing as well as the fuel map. It's a PITA to tune, since that version of YEC ECU required the timing changes to be made via the cluster. The numbers on the Dyno are pretty relative. What meant more to me is that he got it from 106.57hp/44.76 - and that 106.57 was with a PC map on it already. As usual, Livengood backs up his reputation.


That being said, I'm about to tear the bottom end off to service the transmission.....
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FWIW, my "spare" bike ('05 R6) has a YEC ECU and a PC on it, Graves throttle body slide stops, Akrapovic full Ti exhaust, and was tuned by Livengood a few years ago. 113.31hp and 47.85 tq on pump gas. Case has never been cracked open, so stock pistons, rods, cams, etc. Brian obviously messed a lot with timing as well as the fuel map. It's a PITA to tune, since that version of YEC ECU required the timing changes to be made via the cluster. The numbers on the Dyno are pretty relative. What meant more to me is that he got it from 106.57hp/44.76 - and that 106.57 was with a PC map on it already. As usual, Livengood backs up his reputation.


That being said, I'm about to tear the bottom end off to service the transmission.....
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I've been contemplating finding a 2nd motor to build, but id want to do the big bore kit (636) but the cylinders are nikasil and not steel sleeves? so machine shop would be $$$$
Yea I have the 1mm over wiesco kit that again I got for a steal! like 200 bucks but yes entire top case has to be sent out bored and nikasiled

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Huey got 112 out of my 2005, and I believe the numbers on his dyno.
Mine is setup almost identical to yours.
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Huey got 112 out of my 2005, and I believe the numbers on his dyno.
Mine is setup almost identical to yours.
thats not bad at all
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i mean almost every dyno is going to read a bit different anyways

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Nobody should ever "believe" the peak numbers on a dyno. Even if you try to adjust for barometric pressure, etc, every dyno is going to be different - and will typically even yield slightly different readings on the same exact bike on different days. The numbers on the dyno are best used to evaluate the curve, and to compare deltas between runs. So for me, I'm looking to see what the torque curve looks like to smooth out acceleration, and what the delta is between base run and tuned. Anything beyond that is just idle conjecture. That's why people bragging about their dyno sheets make me laugh. That only tells me that they don't understand what's going on.
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