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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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Stock 2017 GSXR 1000 Dyno Numbers





Red line is a 2016 R1
Green line is a 2016 ZX10r
Blue line a 2017 GSXR 1000

Those are some impressive numbers.
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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 07:59 PM
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Impressive numbers indeed! I'm skeptical of dyno results. I want to see what it will do around a track and or on the drag strip. If that's true rear wheel HP, it should do maybe 9.8 @155 mph with a proper rider. Sport Rider supposedly got 9.89 at 151+ on an HP4.

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Those are some smooth curves!

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The numbers for the R1 look 10-15 hp high, so......

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The numbers for the R1 look 10-15 hp high, so......

Noticed this as well. Those are usually flashed numbers on the R1. All three are supposedly Eurospec, so unrestricted. Euro 4 is really hurting the 10r here lol. If the Zuk is Euro 4 as well it should be a monster with an exhaust & flash.
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Also don't forget Europe uses DIN standards for HP measurements, apparently it ready a little higher. But since they all have been dyno'd on the same dyno and back to back, the difference in numbers tells the story.
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Also don't forget Europe uses DIN standards for HP measurements, apparently it ready a little higher. But since they all have been dyno'd on the same dyno and back to back, the difference in numbers tells the story.
They have smaller horses in EU.....

But, I'd like to see all the contenders, not "flashed"/cheating like the R1, including the Panigale and 'RR all in one graph.

Impressive "relative" power and smoothness though. Although, the graph doesn't show where the variable cam phasing comes in, which is odd, because all the testers remarked on it. Makes me suspect the numbers somewhat.....

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Be very keen to see a BMW in with this lot... I agree that the numbers mean nothing, but the fact that they're back to back shows a very significant advantage for the Suzuki... I'm most surprised by the midrange, which would make it a much better road bike (in my opinion) than the other two... One of the reasons I picked the S1000RR over the new R1 was because of lack of midrange on the R1.
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Be very keen to see a BMW in with this lot... I agree that the numbers mean nothing, but the fact that they're back to back shows a very significant advantage for the Suzuki... I'm most surprised by the midrange, which would make it a much better road bike (in my opinion) than the other two... One of the reasons I picked the S1000RR over the new R1 was because of lack of midrange on the R1.
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They have smaller horses in EU.....

But, I'd like to see all the contenders, not "flashed"/cheating like the R1, including the Panigale and 'RR all in one graph.

Impressive "relative" power and smoothness though. Although, the graph doesn't show where the variable cam phasing comes in, which is odd, because all the testers remarked on it. Makes me suspect the numbers somewhat.....
Cams start changing time from 10.000rpm and up. Every tester remarked that they couldn't feel when they started to change timing. They have build and engine for low end power and solved topend with the rpm adjustable cams. Engineous solution to a problem where most of us on track bikes time our cams ever so slightly and advance the ignition to get the top end needed.
I have no doubt that the numbers are true in light of testimonials from the various magazines and youtube channels. All other engines are built as a compromise in regards to low, middle- or high end power. '17 Suzuki GSXR1000 is not. I am seriously contemplating picking one up for 2018 season pending what the endurance teams for EWC say of the bike!

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