After completing that initial review, we placed the XSR aboard Cycle World’s in-house Dynojet 250i dynamometer, recording horsepower and torque measurements. The CP3 produced a peak 105.97 hp at 9,970 rpm and 63.49 lb.-ft. of torque at 7,030. As reference, the 2020 XSR that we dyno tested recorded 103.98 hp and 58.92 pounds of torque. The torque spread is up across the rev range, with peak torque coming about 1,000 rpm earlier. It’s also worth noting that the peak horsepower increase is delivered at nearly the same rpm, although the curve tapers sooner and more aggressively as it reaches its reduced 10,500 rpm redline, down from 11,200 rpm.