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    07 Suzuki GSXR-1000

    I was doing some looking on other sites and I came across a new dyno sheet for the 1000, I dont know how to bring it to this website so I will just post the #'s here.


    Stock was 174 horse at the wheel, they piped it and tuned it got 184 and close to 90 foot lbs.

    They also dynoed the 3 different settings it was really cool.

    Those things have got to be insane, busa at the wheel 155-160, zx-14 around 165-175, and the 1000 at 100lbs less with more than both or close too it. Just friggin insane.

    When the R1 came out with around 130 people were thinkin that was crazy.

    Would be fun to ride, just not very long with my back.

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    Got a link for the site where you got the info?

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    www.suzukihayabusa.org

    look in the literbike section, under new gsxr 1000 dyno test, I just looked its still there. the busa guys are shocked as am I.

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    This is a post from GIXXER.com:

    Here is the info you have been waiting on. We have our 2007 GSX-R1000's and we have put them on our Dynojet 250i Dyno. It is a brand new bike with 4 heat cycles and 30 miles worth of dyno time. The bikes are strapped down the same way and have 30psi in the stock tire.

    The bike has VP 114 fuel. We use VP 114 because we know it is fresh and has no contaminates and it is extremely stable. 114 WILL NOT raise the hp. In fact it would make more (only very slightly) with pump gas.

    Also, these are production bikes picked up at Ron Ayers Motorsports in Greenville, NC. They are not pre-production race team specials...

    Here is what you are looking at:

    Blue: Stock
    Red: w/ LeoVince Slip-Ons
    Green: w/ LeoVince Corsa Full System
    Purple: LeoVince Corsa Full System w/ VP MR9 (87 octane)
    Pink: 2006 GSX-R1000 Stock


    Now.....about the switch.

    Mode A is full power: Blue Line

    Mode B part throttle is not shown because it appears to only change the power at part throttle. Basically it softens the "hit" but doesn't peak any different than Mode A. This would be difficult to illustrate on a dyno graph.

    Mode C: Red Line

    Note: You can change between maps instantaneously....
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    I would love to have a supersport just to play around on once in awhile, esp. if I lived near some decent twisties (which I do not), but a race rep. liter bike would make me nervous. Plus, I just don't that much self-control. I'd get a speeding ticket every month - or week!

    It's just unbelievable how much power these bikes produce. The power-to-weight ratios are unreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimC
    I would love to have a supersport just to play around on once in awhile, esp. if I lived near some decent twisties (which I do not), but a race rep. liter bike would make me nervous. Plus, I just don't that much self-control. I'd get a speeding ticket every month - or week!

    It's just unbelievable how much power these bikes produce. The power-to-weight ratios are unreal.
    I know what you mean. My friend has an 06 GSXR 1000 & he lets me ride it all the time. I absolutly LOVE riding that bike. Power is incredable at ANY rev range. I've ridden all the big 4 liter bikes & I'd pick the Suzi over all of them.

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    your right josh the 06 is wicked enough it has crazy power

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    I think that dyno is about 10HP to high. Most of the dyno pulls I have seen with an 06 reference bike put it at about 4HP more than an 06 ZX10. Real world numbers are like 160HP for 06/07 ZX10 and 164HP for an 07 GSXR. On the same dyno a ZX14 will put down about 166HP, of course, all of these numbers are "at the wheel".

    Big numbers only mean something if they have a reference run at the same time.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whaler
    I think that dyno is about 10HP to high. Most of the dyno pulls I have seen with an 06 reference bike put it at about 4HP more than an 06 ZX10. Real world numbers are like 160HP for 06/07 ZX10 and 164HP for an 07 GSXR. On the same dyno a ZX14 will put down about 166HP, of course, all of these numbers are "at the wheel".

    Big numbers only mean something if they have a reference run at the same time.

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    Well to be honest w/ you there are 3 different dyno results on the site I got the Dyno chart from. 1 is from the US & the others are from over seas & all 3are around the same numbers. The Us bike has the least power of the 3.
    I like to stay on the optomistic side of life. Besides there are romors running around that the 08 ZX-10 will be over 200hp.

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    I remember checking out that dyno on a local forum here. I can't help but think when is it going to be too much power? For racing, this bike is excellent and a next step in the evolution process, but for the street, it's been getting scarier what untrained people can buy these days.

    On a positive note, from what I read about the weight increase, with a full system, the new bike will actually weigh less than the 2006 version did. I just read the Motorcyclist article over this bike, and I have to agree with their closing comments. Why make three different map modes when an electronic aided traction control would've been more beneficial?

    MCUSA's First Ride
    http://www.biketestusa.com/Article_P...ArticleID=4422

    It's an awesome bike. The looks have never been to my liking (too bland and subdued), but I'm sure everything else in terms of feel and riding are about the best there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oni
    Why make three different map modes when an electronic aided traction control would've been more benefical?
    No smokey burnouts.

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    I imagine there are on/off switches for such. They (MotoGP riders) don't seem to have a problem doing victory burnouts from what I can tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oni
    I imagine there are on/off switches for such. They (MotoGP riders) don't seem to have a problem doing victory burnouts from what I can tell.
    For me, I want as little computer interference with the connection between my right hand & the rear tire. I'm not getting paid to learn how to ride a $400,000.00 race bike on the edges of adhesion where those gadgets come in handy.
    I'm a strong believer in the NASCAR way of doing things, although I CAN"T STAND NASCAR racing. NASCAR has a great way making the playing field as level as possable & letting the skill of the driver be the real race winner.
    F1 is a perfect example of how gadgets ruin the thrill of watching the DRIVER.

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    Hence the on/off option.

    I understand your point, but I think you would probably agree more people need it as an option for safety reasons than they do for personal riding style.

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    I doubt it

    Quote Originally Posted by Busabeater 2
    I was doing some looking on other sites and I came across a new dyno sheet for the 1000, I dont know how to bring it to this website so I will just post the #'s here.


    Stock was 174 horse at the wheel, they piped it and tuned it got 184 and close to 90 foot lbs.

    They also dynoed the 3 different settings it was really cool.

    Those things have got to be insane, busa at the wheel 155-160, zx-14 around 165-175, and the 1000 at 100lbs less with more than both or close too it. Just friggin insane.

    When the R1 came out with around 130 people were thinkin that was crazy.

    Would be fun to ride, just not very long with my back.

    I doubt it.That sounds like crank h.p. to me.I have a 05 1000 ,which i consider ,to be one of the good ones and i only had 161h.p..There is no way that suzuki would give u that much more h.p. in 2 yrs.That would be 13 more than the previous model.No way!!!!!!!!!!!!

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