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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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dragos 107 stage 2

Here its is dragos stage 2 kit dyno results
107.5 hp/118.2 ft-lbs

bike pulls like an animal. feels great

techno research direct link tuner
107 ci kit 10.6 compression (oem jugs Bored)
stage 2 heads
tman 625 cam
dragula 2 into 1
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s&s push rods
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rivera primo pro clutch

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Nice flat top and them numbers are great . Got to like it i bet

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Rob is one of the best tuners on the east coast.


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Nice numbers but whats up with that graph. HP/TQ are suppose to cross at 5250 not 4750? That and the numbers are off by 10 on each side.

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the first run was with the break in map and the rev limiter was set at 5000 rpm. the last run the rev limiter was set to 6200. my builder and i are good friends with Rob. these guys know how i like to romp on my bike so during the break in they wanted to "keep me honest"
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the first run was with the break in map and the rev limiter was set at 5000 rpm. the last run the rev limiter was set to 6200. my builder and i are good friends with Rob. these guys know how i like to romp on my bike so during the break in they wanted to "keep me honest"
It doesn't matter if the rev limiter is set at 100 rpm's or 100,000 rpm's, HP/TQ cross at 5250.

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I'm not here to argue if you think you know more the my tuner and what he told me so be it lmao
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It doesn't matter if the rev limiter is set at 100 rpm's or 100,000 rpm's, HP/TQ cross at 5250.
HP and Torque are only going to cross at 5252rpm(not 5250) on a graphical comparison, if the same scaling is used for both traces, which in this case they aren't. There's nothing "wrong" with the guys numbers, or bike. The dyno operator simply chose a different scaling between the two, for whatever reason.

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Nice numbers but whats up with that graph. HP/TQ are suppose to cross at 5250 not 4750? That and the numbers are off by 10 on each side.
Your looking at a graph from a Dynostar dynamometer. The scale is staggered side to side for HP and TQ. That is why the intersecting points are at a different RPM than what your accustom to seeing on most Dynojet machine graphs

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the first run was with the break in map and the rev limiter was set at 5000 rpm. the last run the rev limiter was set to 6200. my builder and i are good friends with Rob. these guys know how i like to romp on my bike so during the break in they wanted to "keep me honest"
Bpt, who is your builder. Those are some nice numbers. Is he out your way in Bridgeport? Wanting to do something similiar although other mods are coming first. Thanks,
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