Can anyone figure out the torque and horsepower numbers from the window that pulls up if you click on the 2nd to the last button across from where it says ctx?
Good catch on that page. Google search for translators and converters to the rescue again.
Looking down the page for the item labeled （kW[PS]/rpm） indicates the metric measures for HP at an rpm. PS usually is directly translated to HP so horse power is indicated at 84 HP at 6000 rpm (not BHP though which would be a little bit less I think).
The item labeled （N・m[kgf・m]/rpm） indicates metric force numbers, or torque. None of these are direct equivalents as in HP so a metric conversion calculator was used to come up with 78.18 foot-pounds torque at 4500 rpm.
So there you have it.
The CTX1300 has:
84 hp @ 6000 rpm
78.18 lb-ft torque @ 4500 rpm.
better than I was thinking it would be.
But we're not done yet!
There are mpg numbers here too... after a translation.
There are 2 numbers indicated for this and 2 methods of measure. One of these is similar to how officially derived emissions testing is used in the U.S. to calculate mpg. This is called WMTC in Japan. The other method sounds like they take it out with rider and passenger at 60km/h for larger than 50cc bikes and actually measure mpg.
I found
this web link describes these 2 methods
So running the numbers through a converter/calculator online gives us the following:
Standard test mpg: 63.97 mpg at 37.3 mph (Japan's standard test speed)
WMTC calculated average mpg: 43.5 mpg
again better than I was thinking it would be
Keep in mind this same engine without the modifications in the ST1300 is:
117 hp @8000 rpm
86 lb-ft torque @6500 rpm
currently rated at 35 mpg average using the EPA emissions calculated method.