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kawasaki in jacksonville florida had a bike show and dyno test this weekend.
so i went up there saw some cool bikes and i put my bike on the dyno

dyno run 001.
max power = 103.8 31.55-0.33 in.hg. 15 ft.

dyno run 002.
max power = 103.6 31.55-0.33 in.hg. 15 ft.

they only had 2 other stock 636's like mine and they both ran 103 flat
some people said that living in the temp we live at here in florida those number sound about right.
well just wanted to post my dyno results. (feel free to reply)

keep one wheel up(you choose which one)
 

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YUP..My 636 ran 103.5 hp. My 636 is also stock for now. But here is something to consider.

Did the dyno have fans in the front to cool the bike and supply air to the ram air intake?

I have been told by the local bike shops that if there had been a fan in front of my bike for cooling and ram air, it would have pulled around 112-114 hp at the rear wheel.
 

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Yeah, I heard that heat and humidity can knock off as much as 8-10 hp when on the dyno..
 

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yeah I was able to get up to 105 in the middle of the summer , but I wasn't stock,muzzy slip on and a power commander. it seemed though every run mine was getting stronger, started at 103.
 

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im scared to get my bike on a dyno. dont want to be dissapointed:(
 

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I wonder how much my bike will put out [:I] I did the motoman break-in method.
 

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We dyno'ed 2 - 636's about 1 month ago. Fully stock pulled 109 at rear wheel. Other bike with Hindle Slip-on pulled a 112 at rear wheel. the dyno did have a fan to cool the bike and feed the ram air. I was quite pleased with my #'s.
 
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