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ive been bombarded with more dyno graph requests.

wondering what a 440 kit,hotcams and fcr cabr will do for S or SM?

this is my 01 drz.94.5 mm bore,13.5 to 1 piston but with S base gasket,and both hotcams.standard 108 lobe centers.

DRZ440VSSMHP.jpg

DRZ440VSSMTQ.jpg

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As an idea maybe get a collection of these together and put them in a stickied thread :)

Kind of like the jetting, where people could add their own graphs with the appropriate information. I know, and it would need to be made obvious that you can't really compare them against each other but it would give people a general idea. Besides that I bet people would look at it more than the jetting one

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11 hp is impressive, especially when it is all bolt ons! the curve stays flatter and doesn't drop off as much as the stocker :)

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I like the dyno sticky idea. Thanks for posting your info burned. 11hp is impressive.

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It's 51.4 and I think about the same gain in torque as in hp. I miss being able to travel yet I'd miss it on a Goldwing just as much. My back is shot it's done for and finished. So I'll continue just here in town or truck the monster where I want to go. I am not giving up the extra hp because the back can't handle the traveling anyways. It sucks having a back that is shot while still under 60 but I had my first 3 back surgeries before I ever turned 30. Life may have threw me some lemons but so far I've just made lemonade and griped some about it. Heck I'm getting old I got to practice being crotchety somewhere. prairiedawg :):D

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Same set up, but with E base gasket. The S base gasket is killing it. But then again, I can't go far with out some 100 octane fuel.

http://groups.msn.com/Redrodent1/shoebox.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=6

i recently dropped the compression becuase im tutnring my drz back into street supermoto.my commute is much longer than it used to be.

i also went to a less agressive cam timing setting as well.

pdawgs bike makes 51hp with the same settingsmy 01 used to have.

as much as i hate to do it i have to run it on pump fuel.

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So ideally I should be looking at somewhere around 50 as well, right?

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depends on the dyno.on my dyno,yes i would expect to see 50hp from your motor.

but every dyno reads different.

unfortunately you dont have a baseline.

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We've thought about getting bronco's done at the same time, then there would be at least that to compare it to.

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Just got a call from mothership, bronco is down again I guess. Something about looseing his nuts when he got in a clutch.......message came through two women so you understand :)

I'll wait and make sure to take his bike so they will be tested same time/day etc.

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burned-just curious, are those graphs real time mile high or corrected to sea level, 60 degrees, etc.

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Just seen you dyno graph for the DRZ. 50 BHP is pretty impressive. I'm just about finished building mine to a similar spec. Just wondered what jetting you were using and what carb.

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Eddie could i get a pm on some info for this winter if i forward air my motor to you and a possibilty of a dollar amount to do this to my SM? My workplace has a truck hoist so shipping should not be a problem.

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What exhaust was on the bike? I already have the FCR/full RS3/3x3. I was planning on doing the 440 and hotcams so it will basically be identical depending on what exhaust was in use.

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What could you expect with the RS-3 and RHC cams? Also your good to go with 91 octane and 13.5:1 with those cams correct?

Thanks,

Grant

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