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Old 05-22-2012, 06:51 PM
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What is the stock 96 ci motors hp and torque? I can't find it listed anywhere.
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I am going to guess 68 hp and 80 tq.
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Old 05-22-2012, 07:02 PM
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Around 63 HP and 76 TQ on a stock 96ci.
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hearsay 68hp / 82tq rear wheel
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Let's see... I'll guess 66.08hp & 77.63tq.
From Fuel Motos website:
This dyno compares a completely stock 09 Touring, to the additition of TW6-6 cams, Jackpot Dyno Tuned Mufflers, Jackpot 2-1-2 head pipe, stage 1 air cleaner & PCV.

http://www.fuelmotousa.com/09stkvsjackpottw6.jpg
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Let's see... I'll guess 66.08hp & 77.63tq.
From Fuel Motos website:
This dyno compares a completely stock 09 Touring, to the additition of TW6-6 cams, Jackpot Dyno Tuned Mufflers, Jackpot 2-1-2 head pipe, stage 1 air cleaner & PCV.

http://www.fuelmotousa.com/09stkvsjackpottw6.jpg
That is as close to prove as I have found.
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Let's see... I'll guess 66.08hp & 77.63tq.
From Fuel Motos website:
This dyno compares a completely stock 09 Touring, to the additition of TW6-6 cams, Jackpot Dyno Tuned Mufflers, Jackpot 2-1-2 head pipe, stage 1 air cleaner & PCV.

http://www.fuelmotousa.com/09stkvsjackpottw6.jpg
Pretty good performance increase, that's what I am going for.
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The numbers listed above are pretty close imho. When the 96 debuted several magazines did their own dynos. I averaged about 6 of them. It was 66hp/80tq.
Based on the typical stage 1 increases I'd say that those numbers are pretty damn close according to my stage 1 dyno.
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So here's a question...sent the bike in for dyno again today to tweak the PCV on my '09 UC. The end performance was 67 hp & 78 tq. Aren't those stock numbers? Would think I'd get something out of the SE breather and Rineharts. The AF table was absolutely pure across the bottom so it's a good mixture. Just wondering why it didn't produce more...the last tune (that did not allow the bike to perform well) showed 78 hp and 80 tq, but it ran like crap even though the system showed it produced those higher numbers. My shop [independent] said a few hp/tq could easily be affected by ambient temps (94 today) and that the AF tables showed it was running efficient.

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