Nope, not buying that at all.
We know for a fact that the 570 is approximately 8-10 mph faster top end where the horsepower really shows up and the 570 jumps off the line while the 330 is very lazy.
In a race between the 330 and the 570 there would be no race, at least with the 330 and the two 570's I rode at the dealer.
Not disputing the 330 numbers just don't believe the 570 is so close to the 330 in hp. With a 20% driveline deduction for the 570 the HP should be reading no less than 36 rwhp, and the 330 should be no higher than 26 rwhp with the same 20% driveline deduction. With that said I guess I am disputing the 330 numbers as being to high, and definitely disputing the 570 numbers as being too low
Yepper. I don't know about sounding better but I sure are happy with the extra power that the 570 gives me.I think they just put the 570 in it to make people happy. 570 just sounds better than 330.
Exactly^^^^^^^Yepper. I don't know about sounding better but I sure are happy with the extra power that the 570 gives me.
I will give you a hint.. Take both of those Aces out in the alley and run them off side by side with two drivers that know how to drive. There is your dyno.
^^^^^^^^^ This.As far as the difference in HP between the 330 and 570, that is not valid unless they were run on the same dyno, same day, same temp, same graph smoothing, same tires, same clutch setup, etc. Since the 330 only has about 32 or 33HP at the crank to start with and I'm assuming that the HP number on your graph is WHP, you automatically know it is wrong. The CVT in a best case scenario will cost the 330 at least 15% (probably more like 20%) of it's HP to get through the trans and rear to the tires. It is not uncommon for HP ratings to be off significantly from one dyno to another either. If a dyno is being used for a tuning tool, it won't matter what HP it makes, your gains will be valid. Some dyno manufacturers are more "generous" than others when it comes to WHP numbers.