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    Dyno comparisons

    I thought it might be interesting to post up all the power graphs from the different exhausts we've seen on the CB1000R

    I can't believe we have never seen a bone stock machine, but I guess it goes how much you like to modify them !
    I'll post up any new graphs when I get them
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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Martin can you post up a copy of my last one, It was a Mivv Suono (Got MIVV GP now, but there shouldnt be that much difference)...no baffle, with DECAT link and a BMC Filter! Ive lost it
    If ya dont have my details, I'll PM ya.

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Stock DECAT 122bhp??????? whats going on there?

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by clem71
    Stock DECAT 122bhp??????? whats going on there?

    check the torque too! Pretty impressive figures.

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    It's also interesting that there seems to be little difference with the Akra whether the baffle's in or out - an indication of the care they take with design perhaps ?
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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by Dynojet UK
    I thought it might be interesting to post up all the power graphs from the different exhausts we've seen on the CB1000R

    I can't believe we have never seen a bone stock machine, but I guess it goes how much you like to modify them !
    I'll post up any new graphs when I get them
    Are these rear wheel figures?

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Yes

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Those comparisons make interesting reading, do you have any for the Scorpion cans?
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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Just proves that Honda know what they are doing when it comes to exhaust design ..Considering the constraints they did a good job.. Remove the cat only and its up there with the best of them..Just think if you fitted a PCV .. A Dyno .. Got that extra 4 BHP ..Rossi would be Gagging ..Kidding aside good effort Mr Honda ..Just out of interest what was dyno reading standard no cat before you fitted PCV..

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    Re: Dyno comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave H
    It's also interesting that there seems to be little difference with the Akra whether the baffle's in or out - an indication of the care they take with design perhaps ?
    We find this a lot, Akrapovic baffle design is always very good and power drops are very small when the baffle is fitted. Some of the other manufactures baffles leave a lot to be desired.

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