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Lets make some comparo from low down:

4000rpm:
CBR-46 ps
ZX10-38 ps
YZF-35 ps

5000rpm:
All are the same here.About 60 ps

6000rpm:
CBR-82 ps
ZX10-75 ps
YZF-76 ps

7000rpm:
CBR-100 ps
ZX10-97 ps
YZF-80 ps(the weak point in R1s powerband)

8000rpm:
CBR-120 ps
ZX10-115 ps
YZF-113 ps

9000rpm:
CBR-136 ps
ZX10-134 ps
YZF-126 ps

10000rpm:
CBR-150 ps
ZX10-149 ps
YZF-144 ps

COMPRESION RATIO:
CBR-11.9
ZX10-12.7
YZF-12.3


THIS IS VERY GOOD FOR THE CBR!THE KING OF THE LITRE BIKES!


HONDA EINAI OLO PROSONTA! ! !
 

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the really nice thing is that the CBR has flat curves. Nice and progressive.
When you're looking at dynos from countries other than the US, remember the Dyno equipment is different and so is the bike. Although 99% the same the bikes are different to meet local regulations.
 

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That site contradicts itself a little
The top URL suggests the CBR was last in the power stakes at 149 HP.

But take a look at this page from the same site,
http://www.sportrider.com/features/146_0404_cbr_dyno/
and click on the last graph.
They compare the cbr1000 to the GSX, the CBR now has 153.5HP, slightly more than the GSX at 152HP. :?:
So there u go.
They are all so close. Guess u can just keep reading / testing until u get the results u want to hear. I know the Honda will be a better bike.
 

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These numbers are from Australian MCN.The three new bikes are very close:
CBR:148.8ps and 10.4kg-m
R1: 150ps and 9.94kg-m
ZX10: 149.7ps and 10.53kg-m
GSXR: 146.4ps and 10.55kg-m

How reliable is Sportrider magazine :?: :?:
 
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