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hey r1 boys.

i just wonder if anyone can say about dyno figures of our 2004 stock r1.I dyno mine at 3000 km and i just want to know what happens on horserpower on 10000km and after ....I dont know about our short stroke machine power when km grow more and more..... anyone?
 

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1st dyno: completely stock bike(dunlops, with semisynthetic shell, fuel 98+,i took off the mettallic catalyc) at 2850 km

dyno result: 151.8 hps

2nd dyno: (michellin pilot power tyre,oil change at 10000km with mobil 1 full synthetic 10/40,oil filtre change,clutch discs change with ebc disc-i fried the factory discs..- fuel 95+)
weather: the same as the first dyno.
my babe write 147.3 hps.

I aso notice a little different at top speed.
before it was writing with esy way 290 and then counting
now this happens at 280.

i didnt make the spark and filter service,(owners manual write for this at 13000km).
i think there is a problem.
anyone?????:( :confused:
 

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No two dyno runs are ever going to be the same no matter what. If you're really worried about it then dyno it again and see where that puts you. I wouldn't expect a gain in HP with increasing mileage; I would expect a loss, but I haven't got personal experience with that. . .simply my opinion, an opinion share by most (if not all) engine builders/racers. It's because of the loss of power over time due to wear on components that race engines are rebuilt so oftern so that they continuously perform at their peak capacity.
 

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with more milleage the compression of the engine reduces so the hp will reduce a little bit
 
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