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BlueBear May 21st 2013 10:12 PM

sad dyno day? 155psi at the wheel
 
today is a upsetting day

i went to get my bike dyno and result is 155psi at the wheel
he confirms this is normal on there dyno and this is the true HP
as they are a race team service center.

i wonder if all those other STOCK dyno that state 168rwhp are fake

why is my bike giving such poor result

Frosty May 21st 2013 10:18 PM

Were they checking your tire pressure?

Also I guess whoever was operating the dyno doesn't know a thing about Panigales. The speed sensor needs to be removed.

wilkson May 21st 2013 10:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlueBear (Post 92314)
today is a upsetting day

i went to get my bike dyno and result is 155psi at the wheel
he confirms this is normal on there dyno and this is the true HP
as they are a race team service center.

i wonder if all those other STOCK dyno that state 168rwhp are fake

why is my bike giving such poor result

Motologic ?

TricoloreSF May 21st 2013 10:45 PM

Were they doing a tune or just running it for hp? Be more concerned with the power and torque curve than top end HP.

Either way, it's odd to me that an experienced shop wouldn't help you translate the numbers and normalize them with, say a WinPep.

BlueBear May 21st 2013 11:55 PM

Yeah chuck on there tire and wheel so my wont get shredded.
The wheel sensor was off
Everything is set off
It was at motologic

They only did a hp run. Not a tune

wilkson May 22nd 2013 12:28 AM

Those guys know their stuff .

WAfatboy May 22nd 2013 01:05 AM

Is the 155psi the same as 155hp?

kaido May 22nd 2013 02:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BlueBear (Post 92314)
today is a upsetting day

i went to get my bike dyno and result is 155psi at the wheel
he confirms this is normal on there dyno and this is the true HP
as they are a race team service center.

i wonder if all those other STOCK dyno that state 168rwhp are fake

why is my bike giving such poor result

Dyno all read differently. Did they just do one run or afew? was the bike warm up?

Mine made 166.48HP with the rear wheel sensors still connected

ttkarp May 22nd 2013 02:50 AM

As we learned in the AR threads, there are a lot of steps to see highest readings with the Pani. Did they have the 140+ wind speeds for the ram air effect? The range of numbers from this bike is amazing. Cycle world got 169 hp last year, while sport rider got 145 ish.

JeffD May 22nd 2013 02:59 AM

At a bike night here in the Orlando area last month, there was mobile Dynojet 250i dyno doing HP runs for $20. My friends 2013 BMW S1000RR with full Arrow exhaust and PCV pulled 179 rwhp. There were 3 Pani's also there and a bone stock one pulled the highest HP of the three by 1-2 HP at 174 rwhp. Another friends S1000RR with a full Akra and PCV but with 26,000 miles pulled 175 rwhp.

The main point to me is the comparison of an S1000RR with several Pani's on the same dyno by the same operator within an hour of each other. My friend's S1000RR had another dyno run at Daytona Bike Week in March and pulled 194 on that dyno. So I'm pretty impressed that Pani's are apparently coming so close to S1000RR's.

It's being said several times on this board, if you watch FIM 1000 Superstock racing, where cams, pistons and heads must remain OEM, the Panigale R's are neck and neck with the BMW HP4s. This is true even at tracks like Monza where the Panigale R's top speed was 309 km/hr to the HP4's 311 km/hr down the long front straight.


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