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So the bike is exactly where Honda said it should be.
Its dynoing about 25hp more than the healthiest SC77s were.

189bhp vs 214bhp

170 to 175rwhp vs 195 to 200rwhp (give or take 6hp as those Dynojets are all being optimistic) but overall the SC82 is turning out to be what was promised. (excepyt teh US ones lol :devilish: )

Now we just sit back and wait for the journalists say its too track focused and too sharp edged for the typical Fireblade customer LOL :ROFLMAO:
 

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So the bike is exactly where Honda said it should be.
Its dynoing about 25hp more than the healthiest SC77s were.

189bhp vs 214bhp

170 to 175rwhp vs 195 to 200rwhp (give or take 6hp as those Dynojets are all being optimistic) but overall the SC82 is turning out to be what was promised. (excepyt teh US ones lol :devilish: )

Now we just sit back and wait for the journalists say its too track focused and too sharp edged for the typical Fireblade customer LOL :ROFLMAO:
How much horsepower, do you think, to the rear wheel, on US version, after the ECU unlocked?
 

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Exactly the same, its the same motor.

edit All things being equal, the number will be the same - if people run MR12 or other super oxygenated fuel and commit other dyno cheater trick who knows.

But the bottom line is the engine is rated 25hp more than the SC77.
 

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. . . Now we just sit back and wait for the journalists say its too track focused and too sharp edged for the typical Fireblade customer LOL :ROFLMAO:
It's already been said by a few journos over here, although I think some are merely jumping on the bandwagon!! I'll try to locate the reports.
 
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