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    Watch This 500-Plus HP Turbo Yamaha On The Dyno

    The real engine gurus know there’s a difference between peak top horsepower and sustainable top horsepower. Although an engine might be able to be jetted, tuned, leaned-out and gapped enough to pull of some pretty impressive numbers on the dyno, that’s not to say it’ll hold together when the rubber meets the road. “Dyno Mules” are fun and all, but don’t hold a candle to the engines that consistently make big numbers day in and day out. Those are the real heroes.

    Below we’ve included the original dyno pull of Peteris Kitins‘ wicked 1.9-liter, stroked and bored, turbocharged Yamaha SVHO powerplant from November of last year. As you pay close attention, you’ll see that the Latvian’s monster engine cranks out well over 520-horsepower (we saw 524) before shutting down. That, of course, is a stellar number and should be enough to entice anyone to follow suit. But, Peteris knew that the rigors of closed course racing out devour that engine in no time, so modifications were made to ensure his investment would last.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustymuscle View Post
    The real engine gurus know there’s a difference between peak top horsepower and sustainable top horsepower. Although an engine might be able to be jetted, tuned, leaned-out and gapped enough to pull of some pretty impressive numbers on the dyno, that’s not to say it’ll hold together when the rubber meets the road. “Dyno Mules” are fun and all, but don’t hold a candle to the engines that consistently make big numbers day in and day out. Those are the real heroes.

    Below we’ve included the original dyno pull of Peteris Kitins‘ wicked 1.9-liter, stroked and bored, turbocharged Yamaha SVHO powerplant from November of last year. As you pay close attention, you’ll see that the Latvian’s monster engine cranks out well over 520-horsepower (we saw 524) before shutting down. That, of course, is a stellar number and should be enough to entice anyone to follow suit. But, Peteris knew that the rigors of closed course racing out devour that engine in no time, so modifications were made to ensure his investment would last.



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    Im thinking the only part that is still original OEM is Yamaha stamped on the side of the block. (Includes the Hull) and excludes some bolt on's

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    Even the hull is a Doo lol

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    Oh, we're pretty sure there's not a lot of "stock" left on this project, ange5583!

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