Not saying they dont know what they are doing, im saying dyno numbers vary up to about 10-15hp. If you're Melbourne based chuck it on the dyno at Phil Tainton Racing and then post it up againThe Ducati Superbike team tuned it. I’m pretty sure they know what they are doing . Maybe one day I’ll chuck it on a another dyno somewhere. They did say that’s the best result they’ve seen on a blade. I have seen a couple reach 187hp before with just exhaust and filter changed too. My mate has a 2019 blade with the exact exhaust and filter as mine and his is making 181hp after his tune, big difference I know, but when we drag race there is a clear difference between the two and he is not a shit rider either.
What kind "Ninja", a regular ZX10? or H2 or ?Just an update** I finally got my tune done this weekend. Only my Akra slip on, and a good tuner landed me 175rwph on a Axis Dyno that had the stacks/ram air blower. He’s making custom velocity stacks for me and I’ll get a filter in between then. He thinks I should see 180-185rwph, even with stock header setup. My buddies built ninja made 225rwph after me, and he says that was the same number off another dyno, so I’m assuming it’s somewhat accurate.
To be honest, I never directly took a pic of the chart. I recorded all 11 of his dyno runs though. My buddies ninja is a zx10 2017 I believe. It’s a built motor, more details than that idk...What kind "Ninja", a regular ZX10? or H2 or ?
If you could, post the dyno charts. I wonder what your curve and your friend's Ninja's power curve looks like.
Wow! Full exhaust and other mods ?Its hard to say what your local dyno will show, but if the operator can really roll on the throttle and get full 65* of throttle grip angle before redline.you can get good numbers.
This Saturday a California KCS v2'0 tune put down 177rwhp