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Akrapovic Full Titanium Exhaust System Dyno Results

Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum and I just wanted to share my dyno results of my 2015 Triumph Daytona 675R. Bike was broken in on the dyno putting down 112-113hp. This hp figure seems to be inline with what the rest of these bikes put down in stock trim according to a few magazines and online reviews.

Modifications were installed with 1500 miles on the clock. Include: full Akrapovic titanium exhaust, Triumph factory flash tune, PCV, Driven block of plates, stock filter with mesh screen removed. Installation and tuning was performed by former AMA Superbike rider Mark Ledesma at Go AZ Motorcycles in Scottsdale AZ.

The final result after 3 consecutive pulls was 125rwhp. We were all very impressed with the gains and were not expecting such jump in power with just a full exhaust and tune. Even Mark, a seasoned veteran, was skeptical of the hp gains advertised on Akrapovic's website. Fortunately all our doubts were put to rest. The Akrapovic system is truly a work of art and definitely worth the money. Just wanted to give a shout out to Mark at Go AZ Motorcycles for doing excellent work along with Akrapovic for building such an awesome exhaust!













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post #2 of 23 Old 05-01-15, 17:21
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Wow nice! Good numbers and great looking pipe!
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I wish I could afford one.

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Here's the dyno sheet with the torque figures, about a 4ft/lb improvement.


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Damn , a 10% increase isn't bad at all, how does it feel on the road after compared to before?
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Looks 100% better than stock and 10% more hp... Nice....
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Looks incredible. Wish I had $2700 to drop on a full system

You should try and get a video of it...I'd love to hear what that thing sounds like.
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Just out of curiosity, why did your first run stop short of the redline compared to the akro run?
125 is an impressive number for a 'superstock' bike.
When I used to race an '06 I topped out at 116 with a few of the R6's getting to 120 with super thin racing oil
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Just out of curiosity, why did your first run stop short of the redline compared to the akro run?
125 is an impressive number for a 'superstock' bike.
When I used to race an '06 I topped out at 116 with a few of the R6's getting to 120 with super thin racing oil
That's a good question Frisky. I'll try and post up another overlay of the stock bike's 3 dyno pulls. All three pulls were within 1-3hp of each other but something I did notice with this particular pull was a sharp spike in torque. Shot up to 60ft/lbs for some reason not sure why ?

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10% gain for 20% of the cost of the bike. Not sure about that math.

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