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Just how much Horsepower does my H1 and other ACs' have? I hear Can am has around 60ish for the 800 etc. Where does our AC's fall in?
 

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Thanks man, great info....
 

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Found this on another site: Polaris (2007)

Hawkeye 300=17
trailblazer 330=19 hp
Phoenix 200=13 hp
sportsman 450=29.7 hp
Sportsman 500 Ho (carB) 34.5hp
Sportsman 500 EFI/x2/Scrambler 500=36 hp
Predator 500 = 48 HP
Outlaw 500 = 48.6 HP
700 EFI= 44 HP
800 EFI/ 800x2 = 50.2 HP

Honda (2007)

250ex = 16.8 HP
300 EX= 17.1 HP
400 ex= 34.2 hp
500 (fm and fe) =26.9 hp
680 (rincon) =38.5 hp

Bomb (2007)

400 = 28.9 hp
650 = 55.3 hp
800 = 61.6 hp

AC (2007)

400 = 24.8
400 DVX = 36.6
500 = 32.0
650 H1 = 39.3
700 EFI = 41.4

KAWASAKI (2007)

KLF 250A7 = 17 HP
750 (PRARIE AND BRUTE)=50.1 hp
360 = 21 hp
700 = 48.7 hp

Yamaha (2006)

450 Kodiak = 26 Hp
350 bruin = 21.3 hp
350 raptor = 26.8 hp
yfz 450 = 38.6 hp
700r = 47 hp
660 = 40.9 hp

suzuki ( 2006)
250 = 17.3 hp (2007)
400 eiger = 22 hp (2007)
a500f=32.4
f500f=33.6
700 efi is listed as 65 hp, However Im assuming that a typo.

All Numbers are Numbers supplied by Manufacturers to the California Air Regulation Board for emissions testing.
 

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i definitely have to question some of the numbers , some seam to be from the crank wile others are from the rear wheel .
a stock AC dvx 400 is not getting 36.6 hp at the rear wheel , more like 27 hp
 

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those are all crank numbers. not rear wheel
 

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This is rear wheel dyno for the V2 Kawasaki motor in the 650 Cat Twins... Not flywheel rating.

The green line is after the DynoJet kit, the red line is stock.

Yeah, I know... A lot of folks are happy with it or think it's too much, but it isn't for everyone. That's why bigger power will always exist somewhere out there.

I just wish my Cat came with the power a 650 should make. No point in having a large cube motor if you can get one half the displacement to make the same power.

If they're selling us 650s, they should give us the power a 650 can make because that's what most of us wanted and paid for. We shouldn't have to shell out more money in aftermarket stuff to get what we paid for in the first place. The lackluster power of Cats will play a roll in why many will switch to brands with more powerful engines that have equal displacement.
 

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I agree AG, stock vs stock with like displacement cat is last in the power department. Well second from last with honda.
 
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