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post #1 of 267 (permalink) Old 08-08-2018, 02:49 AM Thread Starter
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Question dyno of new Speed RS yet?

I searched around for about 15 minutes but didn't find a chart for the newest gen.
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post #2 of 267 (permalink) Old 08-17-2018, 07:26 PM
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I have been doing the same. Was going to take mine to get done last weekend but its very far away. If anyone knows of a place in Gwinnett County in ATL, let me know. I would be happy to be a test dummy and post for the greater good.
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I have one close by, I’ll inquire. I need a suspension adjustment too.
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Invest that Dyno $$ on the part behind the wheel. Go to a riding school instead. Numbers mean nothing, if you can't use them. Just saying. ;-)

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Invest that Dyno $$ on the part behind the wheel. Go to a riding school instead. Numbers mean nothing, if you can't use them. Just saying. ;-)
The speed triple isn't exactly a beginners bike and in its class at its price power output is a legit question. making a blanket statement that everyone interested in getting their bike dynod should take a riding course instead says to me you either own a training school, or are a narrow minded old fart.
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Wow!!!^^^^^^^
Butt hurt sensitive aren’t you? Well, allow me to retort and return the compliment.
You are partially right on your ASS-umptions, but I don’t own a riding school. A riding school class has save me from a couple of would be accidents, that a young immature imbecile would have crashed and died. ;-)
Especially the one that is concerned with how much xxx power his bike puts down, yet can’t ride for Shaiza.
In my medical training, I have seen these speed demon idiots in the ER.
ASS you can see, I don’t ASS-ume you are one. But by your level of maturity, throwing insults at someone who just made an honest and well intended suggestion, you show who you really are, although older than me.
I hope you don’t end up in the back of an ambulance with your knowledge of XXX horsepower, that didn’t save you from the accident.
After this reply, I won’t engage you and if moderators think I am out of line, please delete my post. I wish the post deletion would change my impression of you and change also your nature, but neither is bound to happen.



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Not sure what inquiring about dyno numbers has to do with ones riding ability. Some of us just enjoy knowing what machines are truly capable of. Regardless, i will work on finding a dyno unless someone here beats me to it. Having owned a 2017 and now a 2019, I would guess the output is higher then they suggest in press releases. Then again, it could be gearing that is creating that feeling as well. Either way, much more playful compared to the older bike.
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Not sure what inquiring about dyno numbers has to do with ones riding ability. Some of us just enjoy knowing what machines are truly capable of. Regardless, i will work on finding a dyno unless someone here beats me to it. Having owned a 2017 and now a 2019, I would guess the output is higher then they suggest in press releases. Then again, it could be gearing that is creating that feeling as well. Either way, much more playful compared to the older bike.
Exactly my point, before it was taken to a personal level.
You don't need a Dyno to know what your bike is capable of to enjoy. Knowing XXX HP to the wheel means nothing and doesn't make you happier if 5HP more than advertised. Would you enjoy it less, if it disappoints you in the RWHP???
Again, if you can't put it to use due to lack of training, what is the advantage then???
The money is best spent in a riding school.
On track days, riders with much more experience cream me and others too with machines with a lot less HP.
But to end this argument, it is your money and your curiosity, go to the Dyno and be happy with XXX RWHP.
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Invest that Dyno $$ on the part behind the wheel. Go to a riding school instead. Numbers mean nothing, if you can't use them. Just saying. ;-)
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I was at the triumph dealer the other day and the parts rep asked me if I had checked the new speedie out and that it would do laps around my current speedie, so I replied that all those electronic gimmicks were not worth the 18k and my ohlins-upgraded 2010 was more than I can even use 80% of the time, not to mention Id be giving up the bug eyes! No dice friend...
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OP here, with all due respect, all I asked was if we had a dyno chart available yet. When one of you get one, do post it! Triumph was waving Street dyno charts left and right, weird that they didn't with the new Speed. If you aren't interested in engine-to-wheel characteristics, there are other threads to post in.
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