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Old Jun 21st 2013, 04:17 AM   #1
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Final Dyno Results

So I finally have the bike back on the road, and after riding the HP4 for a month, it feels like a beast, absolutely feral. An angry machine gun of a bike with a hair trigger! So fast and loud now it's stupid. Did I forget or has it become even more of an animal with the extra HP and 41T conversion!

Just scanning the dyno sheets.
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 04:19 AM   #2
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A plea for order

Before I post could I ask that anyone either directly associated with or working for AR refrain from posting on this thread in the interests of maintaining order. Its only a request and of course you are free to do what you like
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 04:35 AM   #3
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So the main aim of this next dyno session was to try and remove the dip in the power curve that appears to be associated with the baffles. However, we have been unable to do this, which we assume is due to the baffle, and whether it was left or right side it made no difference - that was a dead end.

However we have found gains significant gains over 7,500rpm. Great credit to ProTwin for persevering with the tune and generating a great result.

The power feels phenomenal at any throttle, but compared to the BM it feels like a hair trigger - something I'm assuming I will get used to again!

The numbers...

Excluding the power run at Bunbury Dyno (which runs higher numbers) the following results were achieved on the ProTwin dyno using Tuneboy software.

Test day 1: 168HP - no baffle, no tune
Test day 2: 175HP - 1 baffle (left), tuned
Test day 3: 182HP - 1 baffle (right), additional tuning

Between 5-7,500 the untuned AR bolt-on with no baffle has an advantage.Over 7,500rpm we now have between 10-14HP more than the bolt-on state, and we have 10HP more than the Termi Slips.

Clearly at Bunbury Dyno the numbers would be 195HP+ but I can't be fagged to trek down there again as I now know the differential between the two dynos.

I have a dyno chart with the Termi Full system as well, just scanning.
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Before I post could I ask that anyone either directly associated with or working for AR refrain from posting on this thread in the interests of maintaining order. Its only a request and of course you are free to do what you like
I'd think that they would be at least half of your concern.

Glad to hear that you're enjoying your bike.
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 04:41 AM   #5
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WA, the additional tuning, it appears that the most optimal output is with the left baffle removed. Is that right? Or in other words, the output would be less if the left baffle remained regardless of the additional tuning on day 3. Yes? Curious is all, perhaps the clarity helps someone else.

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Performance vs Termi Full System & Slips

So in relation to my Termi slips, although I haven't got the direct dyno comparison chart the peak numbers look like this:

Termi Slips: 172HP (upmap)
Full Termi: 176HP (tuned)
AR: 182HP (tuned)

There's not a lot in it over the rev range. The AR starts to make more power at about 8,500 over the Termi. Its worth remembering that the Full Termi equipped bike has less than 1500km whereas my bike as 13,000km+.
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WA, the additional tuning, it appears that the most optimal output is with the left baffle removed. Is that right? Or in other words, the output would be less if the left baffle remained regardless of the additional tuning on day 3. Yes? Curious is all, perhaps the clarity helps someone else.

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The first day was untuned, no baffles. Couldn't ride it with no baffles, way too loud even for a fan of loud pipes.

The pipe was tuned in the 2nd & 3rd day with ONE baffle.

When we tuned second time the baffle was on the left (following instructions from AR). Then it was suggested that the baffle should be run on the right, which we did on the 3rd day but it made no difference.

Hope that helps clarify.
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Originally Posted by WAfatboy View Post
So in relation to my Termi slips, although I haven't got the direct dyno comparison chart the peak numbers look like this:

Termi Slips: 172HP (upmap)
Full Termi: 176HP (tuned)
AR: 182HP (tuned)

There's not a lot in it over the rev range. The AR starts to make more power at about 8,500 over the Termi. Its worth remembering that the Full Termi equipped bike has less than 1500km whereas my bike as 13,000km+.
Thanks for posting Waf!! Were the termi systems on your bike?
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 05:04 AM   #10
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Thanks for posting Waf!! Were the termi systems on your bike?
The Slips were on my bike originally, the Termi Full system is on the other race bike that dyno'd back to back with in the very first thread of the Install.
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