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I just read where a guy dynoed his 05 500 Foreman and got 16 horsepower at the wheels. Is this about right? Seems a little low to me but I saw his dyno sheet. Any Honda guys what to jump in here?
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I do believe that is correct.



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The MSO for my previous Rancher 400 AT says 24.8 H.P. (S.A.E.). Don't know if it is crankshaft (probably) or wheel rating.

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I asked my dealer today and he said that 16 hpwas right in the range that they weregiven

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So even the 650 OL will have 52 HP? Is that crank or wheel? What does the 800 have at the wheels?
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