Originally Posted by fireman
Then you will know that motorcycle manufaturesrs rate at the crank as well.
You will also know that dyno numbers are just a tuning number. Your dyno may not read the same as the dyno at my race shop. In the end the differential between where you started and what you ended up with at the end of the tuning session is key.
But you already knew that.
Yup, i knew that...
well anyway, when i build/manufacture a bike for a customer, they get a dyno print out of real hp/trq measured at ther rear tire so they KNOW up front exactly what they`re buying. Too bad ALL the manufacter`s dont do that... that would be more to the truth of hp/trq numbers as the end user result, now wouldnt it. I myself dont care whats at the crank, i would MUCH rather know whats at the tires/pavment when i stab the throttle thru the headlights.