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2017 GSX-R1000 S2B: Episode 2 - Initial Dyno Break-In with Chart

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2017 GSX-R1000 Stock to Brock Episode 2: Brock explains his initial dyno break-in procedure on our brand new 2017 GSX-R1000. Ride along for the first miles on a brand new engine and watch the very first dyno pull on a bike with next to no miles.

2017 GSX-R1K S2B: Episode 1 - Parts Introduction & Overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL5hXRl21Ss

The details:

2017 GSX-R 1000L7 Standard model (not the ‘R’ version)
Traction control – Motion Track Traction Control Standard (TC=OFF during testing)
Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) Power Mode=A (Max power selected during testing)

Fuel used during test = Shell 89 Octane (choices available at our local Shell = 87, 89, 93 – we selected mid-grade for our tests)
Rear tire: Stock Bridgestone Battlax RS10 190/55/ZR17 – 35 PSI Nitrogen
Motor Oil: As delivered (unknown)
Air Filter: OEM
Power Commander: None
ECU: Stock
Flash: None
5th Gear Pull

0:00 Time lapse!

Video Introduction

2:45 Let the bike warm up to operating temperature, engine temp will rise, then fall after the bikes thermostat opens, once it settles to around 175 degrees – we go for a ‘brisk’ ride, being careful to stay off of the rev limiter.

Build heat…

3:15 Load the engine to place a ‘gas load’ on the rings. Gas load means to build cylinder pressure in the combustion chamber, which allows pressure from the top ring land to force the top ring outward against the cylinder walls to ‘seat’ the rings to the cylinders. In today’s modern engines, since the cylinder coatings are harder than the ring faces, we are actually seating the liners to the rings, since the rings have so little surface area, this happens very quickly.

La-la-la… we are editing out the boring parts of riding a stock bike on the dyno…

3:50 Stopping to show that after about 10 minutes of loading, varying the RPM, etc…, we still have 000000 miles on the odometer?!

4:06 Brock’s Performance solutions facilitator and #stupidfast racer Richard Gadson (@rg5racing) helping out our social media efforts.

4:30: Discussion and conclusion.

2017 GSX-R 1000 Information Page: http://blog.brocksperformance.com/suzuki-gsx-r1000-2017-information-page/

Visit http://www.BrocksPerformance.com for additional information, installation instructions, information forums, and FAQ sections.

Please watch: "2017 GSX-R1K S2B: Episode 4 - Exhaust Installation and Theory (Part 3): Full Exhaust Systems"

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