Never said that the H2 makes 170-180 rwhp, in fact no one did. And Ted never said he was told 175rwhp was acceptable, he was just speculating that if it made a very low # of 175 what IF they said that was within the norm. I didnít even say that it typically makes mid 180ís, I said there are a couple of posters here (low outliers) that have posted such & if you look back Iím in those threads saying itís an extremely low #, not the norm. Like I mentioned twice, most Iíve see make mid-high 190ís. You even mentioned 195rwhp for the H2 which would kinda suck for the H2 if the 10R actually makes 190 rwhp all day long,,, what would be the point of a heavy supercharger, if 190rwhp is the avg for what 10Rís make stock w/ itís weight advantage would probably leave an H2 sitting still, or at minimum the H2 wouldnít have any advantage. The flashed 10R you posted about from BSD at 190rwhp was also STD so higher, (probably 186 SAE but thatís flashed) So if a stock 10R makes 190rwhp, what a waste of money & effort for the can & mapping to achieve the same 190rwhp result as a stock 10R, no?
If you search back into the dyno chart threads youíll see that there was a ton of info on Brockís dyno from back then (early 2016), some people (not me) complaining that it was a very giving/gifting dyno. Not because of that but Brock no longer uses it, his newer, better dyno is more conservative, heíll probably even tell you as such. Just like how Don Guhls dyno was notoriously conservative, as you can see here w/ an H2 @ 183rwhp,,,, on his dyno flashed 10Rís make in the 170ís:
The dyno you just posted is not a 10R. Also donít know if thatís STD or SAE & I would think theyíre posting RWHP but it does say BHP.
Kawi rates the 10R at 197 crank hp (without Ram Air) itís just not making 190rwhp on the dyno but at 197 crank hp, if you use 12% driveline loss, itís right at that 173rwhp....
There might even be a chart for a 10R out there at 190rwhp, (you certainly havenít found one yet & definitely couldnít find as many as I did, lol!) & I literally didnít even look for low #ís as you looked for high, just posted the first ones in google images but 190 would definitely be on the highest rwhp end on an stock 10R that you will ever see, in other words not close to the average but if it does exist, itís just like the only stock 213 rwhp H2 in the world. 213 rwhp H2 stock would mean approx. 240bhp (at the crank) for a stock 15-18 H2, sorry would be absolutely great, would love it but not accurate as an avg. of what these bikes make.
I have more respect for Brock than anyone in this business & heís helped me big time but those #ís achieved by a great operator doing everything perfectly, in perfect conditions on a gifting dyno (that he no longer uses) and in STD is just not an accurate avg. #.... Brock even says that they were ďsurprised by the resultsĒ & the 213 is ďthe most of any H2 by a pretty big marginĒ & questioned whether the R1 was flashed. Even the ZX10R in those test conditions on gifting dyno where a stock H2 made a record 213rwhp, the 10R only made 181 on itís best run, the other runs were 177rwhp & 179whp, again 190 for an avg on a what all stock 10Rís make,,, ainít happening. If you basically remove 10rwhp from both bikes & you get what we would expect from an H2 hitting a high dyno # of 203rwhp for the H2, would mean 171rwhp for the 10R, those #ís would fall within what both bikes make...
Just so you know, no biggy but ďbhpĒ means brake hp/rated at the motor/crank,, rwhp (rear wheel hp) is what you get on the dyno. Youíre using bhp but referring to rwhp, Iím sure you know the difference, jus saying.