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Ducati V4 - February 1, 2018, 03:53 PM

Dayum, making 198whp with all the emissions crap



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February 2, 2018, 12:35 PM

So about 195 RWHP (SAE) which is a little more relevant.

Not so bad.


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February 2, 2018, 01:00 PM

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So about 195 RWHP (SAE) which is a little more relevant.

Not so bad.
Not so bad ... meh.
This guy.

195hp on pump junk at the wheels from a stock bike?
10 years ago we called those HP numbers by a different name ... MotoGP.



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I'm interested in how it will stack up against the newer GSXR 1000 and newer ZX10R. Maybe I'm a little jaded...


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February 2, 2018, 07:30 PM

Also, remember that's 195 on Euro4 emissions crap. Take the exhaust off, put a filter and flash it and it's gotta be in the 210-215 range. Plus it's crazy light. Track monster!


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I'm interested in how it will stack up against the newer GSXR 1000 and newer ZX10R. Maybe I'm a little jaded...
Agreed, that POS had got nothing on this bad boy https://youtu.be/hWxjUDEYIiw?t=1m52s


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Also, remember that's 195 on Euro4 emissions crap. Take the exhaust off, put a filter and flash it and it's gotta be in the 210-215 range. Plus it's crazy light. Track monster!
I don't know how restrictive Euro emissions crap really is. We may find that it flows quite well and is already in a relatively high state of tune and thus may not actually respond with mega HP from minor bolt-ons and a tune. Who knows. Fun bike I'm sure...I just see and hear too much caw caw from people about XYZ did XXX hp or did XXX mph and then come to find it out its

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isn't a stock BMW 1000 RR around the same for far less $? I assume the ducati is lighter and that's where the $ is?
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The S1000RR is a pretty quick bike but we have a few guys caw caw about Bren Tune and 220 hp and all this stuff. Yet none of these bikes produce anywhere near the MPH they should given their claimed "HP". A well setup S1000RR is a killer....but the 10R gets the nod....and if you are neck and neck in the 8/10ths with a 10R while aboard an S1000RR the 10R will nudge you at the 9/10ths. Aero.

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isn't a stock BMW 1000 RR around the same for far less $? I assume the ducati is lighter and that's where the $ is?
I believe the S1000RR makes the same power at the motor that the new Ducati makes at the wheel, or am I just believing what I want to believe?


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RNR just posted a 202hp dyno pull on a stock rr on pump gas.
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RNR just posted a 202hp dyno pull on a stock rr on pump gas.
Engine or rear wheel?


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RNR just posted a 202hp dyno pull on a stock rr on pump gas.
So under the right atmospheric conditions and elevation levels, it'll spin the rollers up to 202hp.

Assuming 10-12% transmission losses, the engine is producing 222-225hp.

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