Date: 15-06-24  Time: 20:54 pm

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teecee90

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Dyno Results
« on: 21 August 2020, 04:44:48 pm »
Had my bike Ivanised (slip-on) by Mike a few years ago. I know it goes well but decided to put it on the dyno just out of curiosity.


130.5bhp, 75.04 torque, lovely power curve and fueling is spot-on. The guy running the dyno was very impressed and said dont do anything to it, its perfect! Well pleased - Ivans development expertise and Mike's brilliant work continue to deliver.....




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Re: Dyno Results
« Reply #1 on: 21 August 2020, 09:52:18 pm »
Had my bike Ivanised (slip-on) by Mike a few years ago. I know it goes well but decided to put it on the dyno just out of curiosity.


130.5bhp, 75.04 torque, lovely power curve and fueling is spot-on. The guy running the dyno was very impressed and said dont do anything to it, its perfect! Well pleased - Ivans development expertise and Mike's brilliant work continue to deliver.....


Linear as fkk, should do a tad better on top with a full system....otherwise...he is right!


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Re: Dyno Results
« Reply #2 on: 29 August 2020, 09:22:40 pm »
back in the day mine made 136 at the wheel mike and ivans etc I miss that bike.

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Re: Dyno Results
« Reply #3 on: 04 September 2020, 08:10:25 pm »
nice mate. and very different to me mt-01. mind you, with it hitting peak torque so quick, 90 bhp aint never been so much fun ;-)

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Re: Dyno Results
« Reply #4 on: 04 September 2020, 08:33:19 pm »
Your the MT01 is putting out 80ft/lb @ 2200rpm compared to the FZS thats pushing 30ft/lb at that point. The MT has even more low down grunt than my GSF1250 which puts out around 55ft/lb @ 2200rpm.

Looking at dyno curves for the FZ1 it look like its putting out 45ft/lb @ 2200rpm, so in theory better low down than the older FZS. But an ivanised FZS has more midrange than completely stock FZ1 (no PCM or Booster)

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Re: Dyno Results
« Reply #5 on: 06 September 2020, 07:00:19 pm »
Didn't realise when I saw it in the other thread that you had bought it back, thought you just had it in for a bit of work.
It sure looks like it has been looked after.   And those cans tidy it up nicely.  Definately a bike that makes an impression.
And foc me - look at that torque!  I thought my R150R was torquey, which it is, but that thing is taking the biscuit. 

How low will it pull from?  I find with the Beemer, it is a bit lumpy below 2500 rpm.  So whereas with the thou I'll roll through towns at 30mph in 6th, with the boxer its not really 100% smooth and happy unless I pop it down to 3rd.