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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-04-2017, 07:06 AM Thread Starter
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Monster 1200 Dyno Charts

This one for the 2016 M1200R comes from Remus.
Check-out the numbers, especially for the stock exhaust
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-04-2017, 07:11 AM
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Are there any for the 1200s?

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Wonder what it looks like with a Termi or Akro setup. 2.5% gain isn't much.

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Remus claims an improvement over stock as follows:
+ 4,7 HP
+ 3,5 Nm
- 3,2 kg

In percentage terms:
+3.02% HP
+2.28% Torque

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I got the Remus Hypercone for my 1200S and I love it, it has a cleaner look, sounds great, and the bike runs smoother after I installed it. The power gain should be minimal like the chart above, but the looks and sound are good enough for me. Below are some clips from before and after.

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I forgot, here's the dyno chart for the 1200s exhaust...
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Thanks for sharing.
What I find interesting about the charts are the stock figures. Usually, there's a 15% drop between the manufacturer's power figures and those measured on a Dyno at the rear wheel.
As you already mentioned, I don't really care either about the after-market performance gains as that's not what most people (myself included) buy these slip-ons for.

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i (my WIFE) spent $1000.00 to make my bike more SAFE making it louder, thus alerting drivers' of my presence!
more SAFE by dropping 20+ pounds making it quicker to steer out of hazards!
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If anything, honestly, I probably lost power with the incredible amount of flow my slip-on has. But rarely do I rev past 6k and I don't really care what my "peak power" is.

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@Nomad
Thanks for sharing.
What I find interesting about the charts are the stock figures. Usually, there's a 15% drop between the manufacturer's power figures and those measured on a Dyno at the rear wheel.
As you already mentioned, I don't really care either about the after-market performance gains as that's not what most people (myself included) buy these slip-ons for.
Note the high stock number for the R too with about the same 15hp difference quoted from the factory. I believe that's what one would call an optimistic dyno.
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Note the high stock number for the R too with about the same 15hp difference quoted from the factory. I believe that's what one would call an optimistic dyno.
The chart I posted was for the R at 154.9HP which is very optimistic and only 5HP off from the number posted by Ducati measured at the crank. That's exactly my point as posted in the "Monster 1200 R Aftermarket Exhaust" thread. With a 20hp variations between dyno's, who knows what the real outputs are.

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