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Old Jul 1st 2013, 02:14 PM   #51
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S have Googled high and low and not found a dyno chart. The only mag that I've seen dyno it was cycle world and it made 181RWHP, consistent with 200hp at crank. The HP4 made 185rwhp in the same test. My bike is making 182RWHP on a conservative dyno, but the R isn't just about HP as I understand it but more about how fast it spins up with that power.
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Alright guys THIS is what you have been waiting for! Dyno run with 2013 Ducati 1199R, VP U4.4 fuel and BMC race air filter, Termignoni slip-ons with PRO manifold and PRO RACING map from Ducati.

189 HP and 95 ft/lbs of torque. That's without any tuning!

The bike made good power. It falls flat between 5-6,000 rpm, as expected - you can't get something for nothing, and again up top from about 10,500-redline, it's a twin. The mixture is okay between 6,000 and 9,000 rpm, but definitely too lean above and below that range. Overall the part throttle stuff is too lean as well.

I had my last race bike, the newer cross-plane crank R1 tuned at Attack last Summer with my YEC race ecu, same fuel and air filter and I got 174 hp and 85 ft/lbs so this is a big difference! Plus the 1199R is significantly lighter and thinner.
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Old Jul 2nd 2013, 02:41 PM   #53
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Pic of the bike from Fontana on Sunday. Not quite comfortable on the Michelins so I'm trying Pirellis next.
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Great results! Now where are the pics you promised??
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Well back to waiting on the akropovic... Pretty disappointing.
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Old Jul 2nd 2013, 04:42 PM   #56
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Originally Posted by gatti man View Post
Well back to waiting on the akropovic... Pretty disappointing.
As big of a fan of akra that I am, I doubt there will be a miracle that will happen. Hope I'm wrong.

189 and 95 without tuning is awesome!
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Old Jul 2nd 2013, 05:01 PM   #57
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189 and 95 without tuning is awesome![/QUOTE]

Thats what i was thinking, but, no fan......that sucks

Does anyone know what the R with the stock full Evo system puts out with just the Evo up map, no tuning ?

It would be nice to overlay Evo system power curve over the Pro manifold system curves and see how much midrange the power has increased.
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Old Jul 2nd 2013, 05:07 PM   #58
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Does anyone know what the R with the stock full Evo system puts out with just the Evo up map, no tuning ?
169 and 80, j/k.

They intra-1199 variability is amazing. I realize each dyno is different, conversions and units, etc... My S with full-termi and up map dyno'd at 170.7 and 84.6.
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169 and 80, j/k.

They intra-1199 variability is amazing. I realize each dyno is different, conversions and units, etc... My S with full-termi and up map dyno'd at 170.7 and 84.6.
I want to see broken in as per manual and broken in properly .
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I want to see broken in as per manual and broken in properly .
Yep, no kidding! I was thinking the same. I did a bastardized approach and ran it to 8-9K through the gears, but didn't "run" it. One of the salesman at DucSea took his bike to the track a day after he bought it and ran the hell out of it. His dyno'd at 178hp w/ full-termi's and up map before a tune. After, 184hp.
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