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Rear wheel horsepower?

My dealerHhip just called and said my bike was in. Has anyone put one on a dyno so we know exactly what the horsepower is? I'm still debating whether I want to get one or not. The MSO says 210 Hp and that's probably crank
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If what it comes with stock isn't enough for you, we already know that there's a lot more waiting to be unleashed.
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My dealerHhip just called and said my bike was in. Has anyone put one on a dyno so we know exactly what the horsepower is? I'm still debating whether I want to get one or not. The MSO says 210 Hp and that's probably crank
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I already spoke to Don Guhl. I know there is plenty to unleash. I'm just concerned about reliability when adding HP
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That is something no one knows the answer to.

Personally, when the time comes, I will likely ask for him to set it up so that the throttles are opening all the way when requested, but maintain the stock 13,000 rpm rev limiter. This should put it somewhere between stock (restricted) H2 power output, and H2R power output, which is at a level that periodic bottom end overhauls are specified.
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That is something no one knows the answer to.

Personally, when the time comes, I will likely ask for him to set it up so that the throttles are opening all the way when requested, but maintain the stock 13,000 rpm rev limiter. This should put it somewhere between stock (restricted) H2 power output, and H2R power output, which is at a level that periodic bottom end overhauls are specified.
Well you'll want to keep heat buildup in mind, assuming you are retaining factory catalytic converter.
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This is a bit off topic here...BUT...do any of you guys see a fuel amount on your display?Right now I can't remember IF it was showing actual fuel in the tank or not.I see the amount consumed.I'll look in my owner's manual again.


Nevermind,I see where it is in the menu...




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