19. Even though the bike didn’t need to be dyno tuned since it had one of Fuel Moto’s preconfigured maps loaded into it, Jamie rolled the bike into the dyno room to put the newly installed parts to the test anyway. After properly allowing the bike to warm up Jamie made three passes on the dyno and the results spoke for themselves. With a simple head pipe, air cleaner, and muffler swap the 96ci bike went from 65.34hp and 78.16 lb-ft of torque to 80.28hp and 94.41 lb-ft of torque. That’s nearly a 23 percent gain in horsepower and 21 percent gain in torque for about $1,400 in parts. And as you can see in dyno graph, the bike makes nice smooth power with a broad torque range above 90 lb-ft from 3,000 to 4,500 rpm.