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DarR 01-04-2017 07:06 AM

Monster 1200 Dyno Charts
 
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This one for the 2016 M1200R comes from Remus.
Check-out the numbers, especially for the stock exhaust :0

SwflDuc 01-04-2017 07:11 AM

Are there any for the 1200s?

"As a boy I had monsters under my bed and now as an adult they live in the garage. Just can't get away from them." - Numbercruncher

SwflDuc 01-04-2017 07:15 AM

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

"As a boy I had monsters under my bed and now as an adult they live in the garage. Just can't get away from them." - Numbercruncher

DarR 01-04-2017 07:39 AM

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

Nomad 01-04-2017 12:38 PM

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SwflDuc:

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.

Before

After

Nomad 01-04-2017 04:32 PM

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I forgot, here's the dyno chart for the 1200s exhaust...

DarR 01-04-2017 05:53 PM

@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.

phantom menace 01-04-2017 07:03 PM

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!
more SAFE by making it more visually attractive, also alerting drivers' of my presence!


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.

I get boners every time I fire the engine up. and that's what matters. :)

Sonic Duck 01-05-2017 08:38 AM

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Originally Posted by DarR (Post 3083818)
@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. :devil

DarR 01-05-2017 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Sonic Duck (Post 3083954)
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. :devil

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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