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post #1 of 10 Old 03-20-2009, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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z1000 vs 919 hp

Made you look! Just kidding. Seriously, I have the print outs in my hand. The Z is a beast up top but the 9r is way stronger down low. This is of coarse a friends z1000 vs mine. I'll post the graph this weekend if my wifes scanner works. I might try takng a picture of it. Not sure how well that will work. (I don't venture into my wifes office. Its a jungle of books and clothes in there. I may not make it out alive)

But for the teas here are the peak numbers.

919 hp = 117.6 @ 9590
919 ft-lbs = 69 @ 8423

Z hp = 128 @ 11026
Z ft-lbs = 64 @ 9149

The 9r made more power, significantly more from the roll on at 4k up to 9700. The 9r fuel was of coarse rich at 12.5:1 and the z was spot on at 13.2 (don't know if it has a PAIR type system or not). This dyno is a little liberal. About 3-4 hp high. The z was stock except for the stock cans were cut down (6" roughly) and baffels removed. Mines well documented on couple other threads but it has satos, .018" head gasket and very mild porting.

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hmmm intersting. i like the look of the z1000 but nothing compares to the sentimental value of my 9er. shes my baby

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post #3 of 10 Old 03-20-2009, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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Here are the graphs. Scanners are freakin sweet.

Yes, I also like the look of the z1000 (especially the black one w/ red seat) but I do like the look of the 919 too. Definitly like the power of the z. I'd like to take his bike for a ride now that it has warmed up a bit and the roads are dry. Last I road it the dang thing just spun up everywhere in first gear. it was in the 30s w/ wet roads.
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kinda disappointed by the Zs numbers

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Yea. We were all amped after seeing the peaks but once we plotted it over a 919 graph I had to retract my statement about thinking the z was awsome. Its kinda sad. But 10-20 hp is hard to argue with. It all comes down to power preferences I guess.

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how heavy is the Z1000 compared to the hornet 900. i know that the hornet weighs 194kg. y'know what ill just search for it.......back again. the Z1000 is 205kg. a whole 11kg heavier.

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My brother has an '07 or '08 Z1000. The thing is wicked to say the least, but I think there were a few pretty substantial updates to the 2nd generation Z......It's a toss up, I like both 919 and Z....

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It looks like your 9er torque curve matches LDH's 919.org curve with the Satos. Nice curve 57-67 from 4 -8k, no?

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I had a 2006 Z and really, really liked it. It was a great bike and the bang for buck was pretty good. But, being like I am I of course added some major mods , I matched the tunability of the forks, added a Ohilins 25 mm valve set to them, Ohilins rear shock,Ohilins steering damper ,stainless lines, Akaropovic dual slip ons ( they sound way better than a standard 4 into 1 ), power commander and some Diablo Corsa IIIs. Results were a much more friendly bike that would wheelie for ever >i didnt have a chanceto get it on the dyno, as , someone had to have ti, so, it went to a new home- There are some pics out there of Jamie doing wheelies past his house as I picked it up out there, but, Im not sure of where -

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post #10 of 10 Old 03-26-2009, 03:30 PM
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happy with seeing the 919 numbers.. is that stock numbers from what i read 98 to 103 hp

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