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I had my 2007 1098 Dyno last night. But I was wondering if they did it right. Because to me the result wasn't what I was expecting. They did three runs on the Dyno. My bike has the carbon fiber termignoni slip on with the included air filter and ecu, nothing else. And here is the results:

1st run in 3rd gear: max power: hp = 139.17
2nd run in 4th gear: max power: hp = 138.66
3rd run in 5th gear: max power: hp = 136.51

Max Speed = 163.3 mph

If anyone of you had your bike dyno and wish to share the results with me, I will appreciate it. I thought this bike had way more power than that. Or again, maybe they didn't do a good job doing the runs. Thanks.

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Juan
 

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Haha yours made more power than mine :)
I have been struggling with my laptimes at the track so I went to check the bike on the Dyno and it was only making around 120hp.
I asked the shop to check it over and turned out that the timing was way off, and the throttlebodies were out of alignment.
Feels better now but haven't had a chance to check what the bike is making now.
I suggest you get the timing checked on yours...

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147hp, 86 ft/lb tq

dynojet winpep7

Same as you - termi slip-ons, filter, ecu. My dealer sync my throttle bodies and tuned it or whatnot when they install the exhaust/ecu.
 

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I did not run any Dyno tuning run, but the previous owner might have...
The bike has 52k km's on the clock.

157bhp @8687rpm
133.5nm's @7287rpm

Here's my 2008 1098 measurement:

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