These guys came out to the bike night with their trailer mounted DynoJet dyno and charged $25 for horsepower/torque curve measurements. Long story short: peak 90-hp, peak 71-lbft. It was their first time doing dyno outside of their shop so they didn't have everything planned for, so no printer for printout. The horsepower curve was fairly linear with a minor, shallow negative curve dip between low and mid-range RPM. The torque curve was OK but not great. Some minor dips there too but otherwise flat. It does ramp up quickly though. One of the tester told me that the torque came so sudden that the bike bucked quite a bit in the bracket and wanted to jump out of it. I was playin' it real cool, "yeah, man, that's how BMW flat twin does its bizness." Bike definitely could use a good fuelling remap. I'm waiting for DynoJet to come out with their Power Commanders for BMW motorcycles. I'd like to see what a K&N filter plus a custom tuned PC can do for the Rockster.