XR 650R dyno test

Saturday in the morning..

Stock engine

+ Arrow Headers

+ Edelbrock pumper

+ Youshimura silencer

+ CRD airfilter (no holes in airbox)

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Can you make that sucker bigger ...I don't have my microscope! :banghead:

try with a simple click of your mouse on it.. :banghead:

try with a simple click of your mouse on it.. :banghead:

Doesn't work for me.

4Takt

:banghead::applause::lol:

Nice 52 HP beautiful....Wheelie power....btw how do you convert 6.1 kg/m to lb/ft? I haven't spent enough time the metric system to know that intuitively

Nice numbers, I would be proud

Rob

:banghead::applause::lol:

Nice 52 HP beautiful....Wheelie power....btw how do you convert 6.1 kg/m to lb/ft? I haven't spent enough time the metric system to know that intuitively

Nice numbers, I would be proud

Rob

can be 44.19 lb/ft ?

or try by yourself..

http://www.onlineconversion.com/torque.htm

Got it that time....nice looking curve indeed.

nice curves. looks like my l is prolly doin about 50 then...... where did u get it done and how much did it cost? i wanna put mine on the dyno but dont know where to and it has to fit in the budget.

Most Dyno shops charge $25 here in So. Cal. For the most accurate numbers you need to put a street tire on. Ask if the Dyno is certified calibrated.

This chart has a smoothing of 5 (also called dampening) and that adds 3~5hp to the chart. If the smoothing was on 3 it would have came out to be 48~49hp.

hmmmm 25 bucks is nothing.....i think ill give it a shot next spring/summer.

nice curves. looks like my l is prolly doin about 50 then...... where did u get it done and how much did it cost? i wanna put mine on the dyno but dont know where to and it has to fit in the budget.

You my friend... are the reason we need a XR650R only forum. :banghead:

Here in Italy a dyno test with about 10 runs cost 50 euros..

about 75 USd...

the tire on the bike is already street (supermoto)

BW63.. were you read the danpening ? in the right upper corner ?

the owner of the dyno says that normally his tests check power lower than effective..

5hp higher want say that my bike have only a stock power... :banghead:

:lol::lol::banghead:
You my friend... are the reason we need a XR650R only forum. :banghead:

Yeah sure your L is putting out 50 hp. LMFAO, try 35 or so.

I have both an L and an R, both Motarded, both derestricted and w/ FMF pipes, the L probably has 20 more horsepower than the L, L is fun bike, no where near 50 HP or compared to the R.

You my friend... are the reason we need a XR650R only forum. :banghead:

Now that's funny! :banghead::lol::lol::lol::busted::busted:

Here in Italy a dyno test with about 10 runs cost 50 euros..

about 75 USd...

the tire on the bike is already street (supermoto)

BW63.. were you read the danpening ? in the right upper corner ?

the owner of the dyno says that normally his tests check power lower than effective..

5hp higher want say that my bike have only a stock power... :banghead:

What I am telling you is here in the States a stock bike puts out 44hp and with all the extras you can put out 47~48hp. In Europe the Horsepower readings are always 5hp higher. The 55hp Honda says the bike puts out is at the crank, called Braking horsepower. 100 XR650R's with every header/muffler/carburetor setup and the best we can get is 49hp. The smoothing/dampening is in the left corner. Should be set at 3. Europe has always come out with higher numbers then the US some as high as 68hp

http://www.borynack.com/Bruce/XR650R/dynocharts.htm

Could this be because of the difference between DIN and SAE Horsepower???

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