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Old June 8th, 2013, 07:14 AM   #1
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Ducati 1198 Full Akrapovic EVO exhaust Dyno run

Just had my 2009 Ducati 1198 on the Dyno. I just installed the full Akrapovic EVO exhaust, MWR air filter, and Performance ECU. I was happy to see that the air ratio was good. However the max hp measured at the crank was not that high with just over 170 Hp. I don't know what these things will do stock?

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Old June 8th, 2013, 07:59 AM   #2
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Ducati 1198 Full Akrapovic EVO exhaust Dyno run

That looks like a rear wheel dyno, not a crankshaft dyno. So you're putting out 170 to the wheel. That's pretty damned good! My 848evo with an Akra, performance ECU, Bazzaz, and tune puts down 132 at the wheel.

You're probably around 190-195 at the crank. My evo stock is rated at 140 crank hp, but dynoed it came out as 121 stock.


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Old June 9th, 2013, 09:00 AM   #3
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I hope your right! Before me there was a 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000 with a Yoshimura slip-on and a Powercommander, and that thing delivered 165 Hp...
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I had mine 2010 1198 dynoed on a dyne-jet. It put out 166hp and 98lbs tq. That is also at 6000 feet. I would say 176 is pretty damn good.


I have full termi exhaust
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I had mine 2010 1198 dynoed on a dyne-jet. It put out 166hp and 98lbs tq. That is also at 6000 feet. I would say 176 is pretty damn good.


I have full termi exhaust
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It's actually 170Hp. That recorded 176 is a false peak from the rev limiter it looks like. We're at sea level here, maybe that will give the difference.
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Sea level will make a huge difference. My bike is WAYYYYY slower at 6000 feet. It really sucks. It feels slower then a 600cc bike at sea level. The lack of oxygen really sucks for motorcycles.

At sea level 450hp and your car will run an 11. sec 1/4 mile. In denver 600hp and your car will run a high 11 sec 1/4 mile.
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Full termi exhaust ECU. Dash shows 1198 RACE EVO at startup.
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