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This is a discussion about 1507 Horsepower within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; How much horsepower and torque should an average 1507 make with Brocks 1397 top end, Ti Winder, with aftermarket fuel system.

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    How much horsepower and torque should an average 1507 make with Brocks 1397 top end, Ti Winder, with aftermarket fuel system.

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    260 to 300.. i could be wrong
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    You're VERY wrong. The average Hp for a 1507 is far less than that. Keep in mind that Carpenter just crossed the 300hp mark with a 9mil stroke.

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    Ya I was thinking around the mid 220's to mid 230's. Just wondering what kinda of power others are making.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fas1k View Post
    Ya I was thinking around the mid 220's to mid 230's. Just wondering what kinda of power others are making.
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    Man I wish.

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    220-245 depending on compression

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    240/260 depending on gas.. tune.. yadda yah

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    Ya on vp q16 with .035 squish...

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    220-235 is the most your going see without some funny numbers. These numbers i've seen on multiple peoples packages/heads/fuels/wheels/tires...on 8 different dyno's from one side of the country to the other. 240+ is a long shot mutant, 260 aint gonna happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerRacer View Post
    220-235 is the most your going see without some funny numbers. These numbers i've seen on multiple peoples packages/heads/fuels/wheels/tires...on 8 different dyno's from one side of the country to the other. 240+ is a long shot mutant, 260 aint gonna happen.

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    Thanks.. We are down a few on ours then... Ive seen 1397's make more than this motor lol
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    If it is tuned right, don't worry about the hp numbers. Take it to the track and see what it runs. that will tell you if your hp is low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BATTMAN View Post
    If it is tuned right, don't worry about the hp numbers. Take it to the track and see what it runs. that will tell you if your hp is low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerRacer View Post
    220-235 is the most your going see without some funny numbers. These numbers i've seen on multiple peoples packages/heads/fuels/wheels/tires...on 8 different dyno's from one side of the country to the other. 240+ is a long shot mutant, 260 aint gonna happen.

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    how much of a dry shot of nos can this motor take

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