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Old Nov 21st 2018, 06:09 PM   #1
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Thumbs up This Panigale V4S Put Down 205hp On The Dyno!

Dynojet 250, Premium Pump Gas, Termignoni 4 Uscite System, Termignoni Upmap V3 (no baffle), Sprint Filter P08 (PM160S), Motomillion Supersprox 520 Sprocket Conversion, Rotobox Boost wheels. Pretty much this is all the bike has that would effect the numbers on the dyno.

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Old Nov 21st 2018, 07:41 PM   #2
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Old Nov 21st 2018, 11:52 PM   #3
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How does the Motomillion Supersprox 520 Sprocket Conversion help with whp?

Is there any advantage in performance from the Rotobox Boost wheels compared to BST carbons?
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Old Nov 22nd 2018, 07:46 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by AndreiD View Post
How does the Motomillion Supersprox 520 Sprocket Conversion help with whp?

Is there any advantage in performance from the Rotobox Boost wheels compared to BST carbons?
It depends on the type of dyno. And not addressing the sprocket conversion specifically. The most common type is going to measure acceleration over a certain period (among a few other things) to derive horsepower. This type of dyno will be affected by the weight of spinning driveline components. This is why some shops use a "dyno tire" that is identical for dyno purposes. I watched a Dunlop slick show 8 horsepower less than a street tire once on the same bike when they were swapped. Picking up a Dunlop slick and you can immediately feel the weight difference vs say a Pirelli. So lighter chain, sprockets, tires, wheels etc will show higher figures in theory.

Now a constant state dyno will not show any differences in this manner. However, those are seldom used in motorcycle shops.

As far as Rotobox vs BST specifically, not sure, probably pretty close in the real world.
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Old Nov 23rd 2018, 03:07 AM   #5
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So 200 RWHP from my 1299S that is bone stock with there exception of Vandemon pipes, air filter and custom tune would be considered "pretty damn good"???
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So 200 RWHP from my 1299S that is bone stock with there exception of Vandemon pipes, air filter and custom tune would be considered "pretty damn good"???
your bike is 30ish pounds lighter too IIRC

it would be interesting to see a real shootout tween these bikes around a track ,but the truth is these dyno numbers are so close and missing variables that they cannot be trusted to the point at which they really give any definitive victor .

you can only use them to get the sense that the bike is got some real balls .

we know it has good handling and it comes from a strong lineage with around 200 hp its got something to be coveted .
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Originally Posted by Moondognyc View Post
So 200 RWHP from my 1299S that is bone stock with there exception of Vandemon pipes, air filter and custom tune would be considered "pretty damn good"???
Sounds high for a 1299s. Different dynos different days. A V4 pani makes more power than a 1299, same dyno same day.
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