I believe it's lower pressure that can make more HP as you get a torque multiplier from the smaller OD, but conversely you can end up with the wheel spinning.
It's hard to imagine that you have 40 more HP then I do with the same setup, when I have had 2 motors have the same power, so one of us is wrong almost 100%
Obviously your math is wrong.
Everyone knows individual dynos are just that, individual. That your numbers are different doesn't make either of us wrong.
You could look at my dyno plot on this site, but Photobucket kind of screwed that up. As far as the same setup, you have a completely different setup, they're not even similar.
Motard has a similar setup as mine, and makes nearly the same power. Jack has a similar setup (even the same Laminova configuration) with a Phil/Allen tune that makes over 300rwhp on the MP62.
You're free to question my output, but you're implying something fishy on my part. Not my style.
Allen at VSA did nearly all of my modifications, and works closely with Phil. I actually wanted more power with headers, Phil/Allen tune etc., but Allen advised I was at the point where more power would reduce the reliability. I respect his opinion. Jack is also Allen's customer and lives closer to him (damn you Jack).