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Nice 04 Gixxer

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by DJQ, Dec 24, 2004.

  1. DJQ

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    2004 GSXR 600 making about 133hp. To put in in perspective, my F4 makes 96hp and my buddys GSXR 1000 makes 129hp.

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  2. Chris

    Sandbar..anywhere better?

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    ohhhhh...I would have relations with her... mmmmm
     
  3. Cheddar

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    I feel bad for the guy with the GSXR 1000 with only 129hp.
     
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    Me too. I heard he wears anal beads while riding to take advantage of the motor vibration..
     
  5. Dubsta

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    Oh that guy? With the GSXR! He is so faggy I can't even think about it!
     
  6. Fr3nChY

    You Guessed it.

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    The bike would look better with the girls out of the pictures.
     
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    And for the record, I have no idea who we are talking about..
     
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    129hp is actually pathetic for a GSXR 1000 :9mm: Thats more 2002/3 R1 Territory.
     
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  9. Westhaver

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    what do you guys think of that undertail? i was looking into getting one for my bike mainly as a safety issue and this is one of the few i found
     
  10. Cheddar

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    What is the safety issue?
     
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    Because his rear signals are hard as fuck to see. Almost invisable
     
  12. bemino

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    seems to me like the gsxr 750 is the one with 129hp
    but meh ive been wrong before so i could be again..
    who cares...that bike is hellish that girl is smokin..what else do yah need
     
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    Nope, it was a 1000, ex "race" bike at that, heheh.. I witnessed the dyno run.
     
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    it also depends on who's doing the dyno run though, 'cause I know my uncle's old GSXR1000 dynod lower with a different person doing it, there's a technique. :shrug:
     
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    technique? Thats like saying hitting the gas pedal with your toes produces more power isnt it?.. A dyno is designed to measure hp at WOT. Maybe the extra weight may have changed the output slightly. I was at the show at Pro watching the dyno runs, they were all just WOT runs, and if thats the case it really shouldnt matter whos twisting the throttle because no 2 runs will be identical, there will be some variance, but not that much. If the output of the machine is going to change depending on who is sitting on it at the time, then really, how accurate is a dyno? :shrug:
     
  16. Cheddar

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    I'm sure you didn't
     
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    I watched that run at Pro with my own eyes, that gixxer didnt hit 145 there.. You remember the show at pro dont you?

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    PS- Where are the variables on that graph?? RPM's? TQ output? Is that a chop? :lol:

    Either way, it didnt hit 145 there ;) That must be an old graph is it?
     
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    You're not using logic. For a Gixxer to be under 138 would mean there is something seriously seriously wrong with it. Serious like they forgot to put the pistons in or the guy running it forgot to start it. 129 would make it the same power as a 929. Gixxers were the most powerfull of the big 4 until this year when all the other companies redid their lines.

    You can't measure RPM if you don't have the primary wire hooked up, and I'd assume it wasn't. Its a dual axis graph. Hp on one, that only leaves one other axis, and speed was put on that one.
     
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    lol.. Im not gonna argue with ya.. I know what I saw with my own 2 eyes and I know it didnt hit 145 there. :finger:
     
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    IF you say so.
     
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    I really have no idea that technical stuff is over my head :shrug: I just remember one of the mechanic guys for one of the factory teams talking about it at the Superbike races last summer... I really wouldn't have the slightest clue. Something to do with how the bike is brought to max throttle/RPM, I'm not the one to ask.
     
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    I dont understand, on a dyno its brought to max RPM at wide open throttle. If you got it cranked open I dont see how there is a better way of doing it :shrug:
     
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    At the low RPMs at WOT you could have it bog down a little, so they might roll it on a little smoother. I'm pretty sure they go WOT right away though.
     
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    Either way, your gonna be WOT through mid and top-end so your peak power shouldn't change that much if any.. Maybe if you twist with your left hand it likes it better? :shrug:
     
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    I recognise that ass from the show!! :licklips:
     

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