THANK YOU to everyone who has sent in dyno charts whether used here or not for taking to the time to scan and send ! You have made the world a better place. Note that I’ve had to post the dyno charts on separate pages due to space and limitations!

Why get a you bike dyno’ed? It simply confirms that you indeed have one of the most power bikes on the planet and or your modifications have improved the engine’ performance. The dyno machine is basically a set of rollers that you ride your bike on and the computers do the measuring. Quite simple and just nice to know.

Almost forgot to mention that measuring the engines performance by a dyno is usually done via a ‘at the rear wheel’ measurement rather than at the ‘crank’ or ‘crank shaft’ measurement – for obvious reasons. 

To send your own Dyno chart click on the ABOUT or CONTACT link on this page!

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Pete Johnson from Newport Beach sent in this set of charts for his 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa equipped with Powercommander, headers and muffler upgrades.  Just another example of how much more reliable and noticeable horsepower that can be liberated from this Suzuki’s engine.

 

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Hemmo65 from Finland sent in this one a while ago and I completely forgot to post – so finally here it is: (The message was in Finnish which I could not translate. Apologies)

 

 

 

 

 

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