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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-26-2017, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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+16hp and +3lb-ft of torque Tuned

This video is pretty cool. Bauce Racing tuned an FZ/MT-10 after an SP Engineering exhaust was added and made some dyno pulls. Get see some loud backfires and flames

+16hp and +3 lb-ft of torque

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I was just watching this video on a dyno tune with a FZ10 and only a slipon. Please tell me I was hearing things when this guy near the end said he has 159HP at the rear wheel now???



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That's really weird, maybe those are uncorrected values or something because I've seen these bikes get tuned and push out around 142-149hp or so ?
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That's really weird, maybe those are uncorrected values or something because I've seen these bikes get tuned and push out around 142-149hp or so ?
Yep,best Ive seen was rite at 150hp. Cat deleted and slipon. So far no one installed a BMC race filter before any of the dyno tunes. Wonder if that's worth 2-3hp? Getting the reflash ECU end of next month. But want to install the BMC filter first. A full exhaust is $1800.00+ and is only worth 4+hp. I just can't justify that much for so little. And believe me I've spent ALOT of money on stupid stuff on motorcycles in my life time. Pretty sure my slipon ,BMC filter and the reflash ECU is more than enough for me rite now.

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For the price, the BMC race filter is definitely the best bang for your buck that anyones gonna get. The reviews definitely speak for themselves, it's weird that I haven't seen more people using them though. I wonder why...
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For the price, the BMC race filter is definitely the best bang for your buck that anyones gonna get. The reviews definitely speak for themselves, it's weird that I haven't seen more people using them though. I wonder why...

I have used K&N and BMC filters in just about all my bikes and cars. never had a problem with them.

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