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Old May 22nd 2013, 02:21 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by FrostyFire View Post
Well it's not a good illustration between models, we're effectively talking about the same bike. Base vs S has nothing to do with the horse power/exhaust it uses. It doesn't add up, aka they fucked up dyno'ing the second bike.
In terms of engine performance they are the exact same model. How is that not a good illustration of how a model can vary on the dyno..regardless of if you think it was their fault. Did you stop your meds again?
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Old May 22nd 2013, 02:48 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by ttkarp View Post
In terms of engine performance they are the exact same model. How is that not a good illustration of how a model can vary on the dyno..regardless of if you think it was their fault. Did you stop your meds again?
They must have got a Friday bike the 2nd time around.
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Old May 22nd 2013, 04:32 PM   #43
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My buddy had a Kaw 750 Mach IV, now that was a 2 stroke!!
Brings back memories. Back in 1980. I rode one of those that had been traded in. I worked at a motorcycle shop at the time. I was only nineteen and was riding a GSX1100EX to and from work then.

When I rode that big Kawasaki two stroke it frightened the life out of me, no brakes compared to my Suzuki and did not turn easily. It was a nightmare in the inner city. The old Z1300 was even easier to ride even though it weighed 25 tons. I was lucky back then, loved bikes and could ride anything off the shop floor to go on errands or deliveries for the boss.

But your are right Trauma there is a big difference between those big two strokes and the Pani. Its chalk and cheese. But you have to have ridden one of those old beasts to know the difference.
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Old May 22nd 2013, 04:55 PM   #44
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Ahhh, nothing like comparing dyno numbers again.... As we all should know by now there are a lot of factors that go in getting the magic number.

I'll go by the ol' grin"o"meter and mine is pegged out!

I think it would be better to go with the thread title and see who's bike can handle the most PSI...LOL!
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