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This is a discussion on FZ-09 power curves modes A-B-Std within the FZ-09 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha FZ-09 Forums category; Hi, I was wondering if someone has the power-torque curves of the FZ-09 (2015) depending of the mode (A-B-Standard) selected. Just curious to see if ...

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    FZ-09 power curves modes A-B-Std

    Hi,

    I was wondering if someone has the power-torque curves of the FZ-09 (2015) depending of the mode (A-B-Standard) selected.

    Just curious to see if the numbers match with the feeling of the power.

    Thanks.

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    There was this one published on the 2014 FZ-09 here: 2014 Yamaha FZ-09 Road Test | Rider Magazine | Rider Magazine

    FZ-09 power curves modes A-B-Std-web-2014-yamaha-fz-09-dyno-run2-chart.jpg


    Tere was also this one published that compared the 2014 to the 2015 FZ-09 with it's new ECU map.: 2015 Yamaha FZ-09: New and Improved Fuel Injection!

    FZ-09 power curves modes A-B-Std-040215-yamaha-fz-09-ecu-update-hp-torque-dyno.jpg

    Who knows how accurate they really are???? lol
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    I'm sure they are in "The ballpark". Afterall, that's all one needs, because when you throw a leg over this awesome Yamaha triple the numbers don't mean anything.

    Roll on the throttle, hold on and enjoy. That's my motto.

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    Thank you :-)

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    Hmmm I didn't know it actually made a difference in peak power. Interesting.
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    The jerky throttle also increases,they why I dismiss A most of the time

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    Unless I am in downtown traffic I prefer A mode.
    Excellent response, premium grin mode. Just as smooth as your wrist wants it to be.

    I used to ride a KTM 250sx on TST too. I like explosive power, you just have to be pointed in the right direction
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    Sooo much hype over the throttle, ya gotta wonder if anyone has ridden a two smoker and thinks this bike is too abrupt.

    Quote Originally Posted by koozi View Post
    Unless I am in downtown traffic I prefer A mode.
    Excellent response, premium grin mode. Just as smooth as your wrist wants it to be.

    I used to ride a KTM 250sx on TST too. I like explosive power, you just have to be pointed in the right direction
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    Those curves don't seem intuitive to me. B mode is often considered a "rain mode" but the Rider Magazine illustration doesn't show any difference between A and B below 6,000RPM. Who in hell is riding an FZ-09 at high revs in the rain? Maybe the difference is primarily in throttle response rather than hp/torque.

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    i use b mode a lot. maybe more than a. imo, it's just the throttle response

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