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Holeshot Dyno Charts

Kawasaki ZZR 1200

 StockSlip-Ons w/ Carb Tweak
RPMPowerTorquePowerTorque
2,25021.650.421.550.5
2,50028.058.827.958.3
2,75029.856.833.764.4
3,00031.254.636.664.3
3,25034.655.939.664.1
3,50040.160.243.666.4
3,75045.663.848.568.0
4,00051.367.354.271.1
4,25056.069.258.872.7
4,50059.068.862.873.2
4,75062.068.665.272.1
5,00069.472.974.177.9
5,25073.873.879.479.4
5,50077.473.983.779.9
5,75079.172.286.378.8
6,00084.974.490.979.6
6,25091.476.896.180.7
6,50097.578.8102.983.2
6,750102.079.4108.184.1
7,000103.477.6109.682.2
7,250106.377.0112.181.9
7,500109.176.4117.582.3
7,750115.778.4122.983.9
8,000121.279.6129.385.6
8,250124.479.2132.484.3
8,500125.377.4134.082.8
8,750128.477.1135.181.1
9,000129.075.3136.679.7
9,250130.674.2138.678.7
9,500131.272.5138.876.5
9,750133.170.7140.975.7
10,000129.468.0138.872.9
10,250129.366.3135.269.3
10,500125.462.7133.066.9
10,750120.859.0129.863.4

Dale also tested slightly larger #42 pilot jets as well as many other settings. We were able to squeeze out about 2-3 HP more from the ZZR with the larger pilot jets installed and made the best pull off 143.9 HP. But Dale's road testing showed a drop in fuel mileage, about 37-38 MPG on the freeway at steady cruise. Also the idle is smoother with the stock pilot jets as well. For only 2 HP or so Dale decided to only recommend shimming the needles and re-adjusting the fuel screws. The ZZR runs butter smooth with this simple adjustment and is plenty fast, but if you don't mind the above and you're a power junky you may want to try the #42 pilots jets also.

NOTE: These are true numbers off of Dale's in-house dyno. The Holeshot compound is about 200 feet above sea level and the dyno room stays a constant temperature between 70-80° F. The above results were also achieved with Dale's tuning, which is a bonus!

Be aware that dynos, dyno operators, conditions and bikes can vary 3-8 HP, so these numbers should only be used as a reference.

These are true numbers measured on Dale's Dynojet 250 I dyno with WinPEP 7 Dyno Run Viewer, STD Mode, Smoothing 5.