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post #1 of 38 Old 10-11-2015, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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GSX-S1000F 1/4 mile & RWHP

Hi

looking at a "F" model here in California.
Since they don't offer test ride, I'm trying to compare it to the bikes that I own (Bandit 1200, FZ1, ZRX and ZX12R)
Any definitive answer as to the stock RWHP?
And what about 1/4 mile ?
Have being looking all around the web and could not find any 1/4 mile
Thanks for the help
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Not quite a quarter mile (400m) but near enough.
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All the dyno tests I have seen on line (and that appear legitimate) have rwhp in the range of 142-145 or so. With work upper 140s to low 150 seem possible. RK Performance posted their results on a thread here which looks like a good indication of what to expect.
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Motorcycle Consumer News in their latest edition reported a quarter mile time of 10.54 for the unfaired version. Its fast.
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Thanks everyone

Rusty:

Are you talking about the American magazine or from another country?
Any link to the article?
If correct 1/4 mile, it would be exactly the same than my 2004 FZ1
Motorcycle Consumer News tested it back then and it was 10.55 @ 129.7 mph
Rear wheel HP was 124.9
Little disappointed if true.
Still very good numbers but we are almost 15 years later (test was of a 2001 fZ1)

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Motorcycle news 06/07/2015 test rode the F version. 1/4 mile time 10.7secs, top speed 160. 38mpg.
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Motorcycle news 06/07/2015 test rode the F version. 1/4 mile time 10.7secs, top speed 160. 38mpg.
Even more confusing now.

Its hard to believe that if the bike really has 145hp at the rear wheel, the 1/4 mile would be that high.
I know that in the USA, some magazines report it as crank HP.
That would make more sense with maybe be a 130 or so HP at the rear wheel.

Do appreciate the help
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Thanks everyone

Rusty:

Are you talking about the American magazine or from another country?
Any link to the article?
If correct 1/4 mile, it would be exactly the same than my 2004 FZ1
Motorcycle Consumer News tested it back then and it was 10.55 @ 129.7 mph
Rear wheel HP was 124.9
Little disappointed if true.
Still very good numbers but we are almost 15 years later (test was of a 2001 fZ1)
Yes it is the American magazine. I dont have a link.
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I don't know if EU version is different to USA version, but some Italian magazine test a GSX-S and find about 144 / 146 hp at rear wheel.
Acceleration is near to BMW S1000R and better than other naked bike like Kawa and other.

Tomorrow I will scan the page and post here.

Take a look here...

https://youtu.be/rviZbbe13OU
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