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Old Jan 18th 2018, 02:15 PM   #11
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Is that right, around 203 rwhp?
Sounds about right if a 1299 was 185HP at the wheel on that dyno, you'd expect 17HP more based upon Ducati crank HP spec difference.
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Old Jan 18th 2018, 05:14 PM   #12
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Can't wait to see guys add all kinds of exhausts and tunes to get more HP, because they need motogp in the street. Lol
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Old Jan 18th 2018, 07:42 PM   #13
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Damn, that flat torque though!
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Damn, that flat torque though!
Agreed. Looks like a very easily usable power band.

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Old Jan 18th 2018, 08:00 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
Is that right, around 203 rwhp?
im pretty sure thats 203 engine horsepower, measured at the rear wheel,that was the story with my 2015 1199r anyway , on a Dyno Dynamics dyno mine had 199.2hp engine horsepower measured at the rear wheel,thats how Wayne from TuneBoy explained it to me anyway.
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Originally Posted by fens View Post
im pretty sure thats 203 engine horsepower, measured at the rear wheel,that was the story with my 2015 1199r anyway , on a Dyno Dynamics dyno mine had 199.2hp engine horsepower measured at the rear wheel,thats how Wayne from TuneBoy explained it to me anyway.
Rwhp = rear wheel horse power. Measured at the rear wheel.

Engine dynos are usually done on a bench. You can't accurately do an "engine dyno" using the rear wheels on rollers as there is the inevitable loss in power transferred mechanically through the different components. Unless the dyno is calibrated to take into account a specific percentage of power loss. Even then, no one can know the exact percentage of mechanical power loss through transfer so it would only be an estimate.

Dyno dynamics is a load based dyno which is fantastic to mimic road conditions for tuning purposes. If you got 199.2hp readout from a dyno dynamics dyno, I'm willing to bet it was calibrated with a fixed percentage of estimated power loss.

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Originally Posted by fens View Post
im pretty sure thats 203 engine horsepower, measured at the rear wheel,that was the story with my 2015 1199r anyway , on a Dyno Dynamics dyno mine had 199.2hp engine horsepower measured at the rear wheel,thats how Wayne from TuneBoy explained it to me anyway.


Phew. I presume you had a few mods to attain that figure.


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203 rwhp is a lot more than 215hp crankshaft. Closer to 225hp with 10 percent loss. I'm sure it's not making 225hp with Euro 4 stuff installed. Otherwise imagine how much with Akra and tune.
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I find it odd that the original bike develops 203 hp
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Originally Posted by jpanigale View Post
203 rwhp is a lot more than 215hp crankshaft. Closer to 225hp with 10 percent loss. I'm sure it's not making 225hp with Euro 4 stuff installed. Otherwise imagine how much with Akra and tune.
Different dynos, on different days, under different conditions (air temp, altitude etc.). Just dropping the temperature by 10-20deg F can make quite a difference. As the altitude drops and the air cools, it becomes much more dense. Kinda like a natural mini turbo.

Not saying that is exactly the case, but very much a possibility.
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