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Im going to get my bike serviced and just wandered if it would be worth

my while getting it dyno'd, its restricted to 33bhp so not sure if the dyno

only shows pure power or engine health?

I suspect Frankie can help me on this one :D :D

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generally the custom map they do will improve midrange, the bit they tune down to comply with emissions etc but with a power commander on it you can give it more mid range power


to actually just dyno your bike it will tell you how much BHP/torque etc you have at certain revs, you already know you got 33bhp so a dyno will show you nothing apart from you have say around 25bhp at the rear wheel


**all of the above is a guess :lol:

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Im going to get my bike serviced and just wandered if it would be worth

my while getting it dyno'd, its restricted to 33bhp so not sure if the dyno

only shows pure power or engine health?

I suspect Frankie can help me on this one :D :D

 


nope, never had a bike dyno'd

 

to actually just dyno your bike it will tell you how much BHP/torque etc you have at certain revs, you already know you got 33bhp so a dyno will show you nothing apart from you have say around 25bhp at the rear wheel

but i agree with phil, bhp can be measured at the flywheel and the rear wheel, both giving different figures, so you may find a manufacturers spec is at the flywheel, but when dyno'd at the rear wheel is less.

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