I am interested in putting my 850 on a dyno to see what the torque figure is. Often on this forum horsepower figures have been quoted, but they mean nothing to me. What is more important is the maximum torque figure and the revs at which it occurs. I'd be interested to know what other tuners have achieved, or perhaps torque measurement on most dynos is too unreliable to be of real use ? Most Commandos won't cop over 7000 RPM regularly without destroying themselves , so the torque factor is the most important. An improvement in torque allows higher gearing to be used with comfort, so the bike is faster. If the torque graph is erratic on the dyno, comparisons of torque before and after modifications, will be more difficult.