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Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

Any of you want to try and guess what the BHP will be once this new weapon sets up on the dyno? We'll see how close you are once the magazines get thier hands on one.



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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

I think 155 RWBHP..

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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

I'm betting 158.3
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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

147.6 my guess , i hope its highter , but in reality may even be lower

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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

148 ish. Every different dyno run will read different so I won't predict to the nearest 10th.
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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

I thought I read Yamaha said 173 with out ram air and 180 with ram air. Didn't the 01-02 GSXR1000 have 160hp rating at the crank and it was turning out mid-high 140s? So I would think it's a safe bet to say mid 150s
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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

159 HP and 80 Ft lbs of torque. :

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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

Drean on YAMAHAHAHA boy's the statement says capable of! Not will be produceing. Your hp rating will be about the same as a stock GIXXER1K.

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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

kevap, even with the "short stroke" design? I thought the gixxer1k had a longer stroke for more torque and it didn't make 80ft-lbs stock?
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Re: Rear Wheel BHP for the new 04 R1?

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I thought I read Yamaha said 173 with out ram air and 180 with ram air. Didn't the 01-02 GSXR1000 have 160hp rating at the crank and it was turning out mid-high 140s? So I would think it's a safe bet to say mid 150s

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Yamaha says 180 at the crank WITH RAM AIR... The GSXR1K is 152 at the wheel WITHOUT RAM AIR..

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