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Old Feb 1st 2015, 12:08 AM   #1
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Ducati 1299 versus 1199 Panigale Horsepower and Torque Differences

Here you can see a direct power comparison of the horsepower and torque numbers on this power curve for the Ducati 1299 and 1199 Panigale motorcycles:

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Old Feb 1st 2015, 01:16 AM   #2
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I was looking at this very thing yesterday and comparing with Panigale R.

As you would expect, the 1299 is stronger in the midrange, but you know the R is gonna spin up and go like a mad man
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Looking good, Love the extra midrange.
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I wonder if my 42 rear tooth and Rapidbike has made my 1199 Torque comparable to the 1299? it certainly feels better than stock setup..
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The figures are pretty much in line with a 4mm bore increase and 4mm exhaust diameter increase.

Prince Albert, I think a full Termi, Rapidbike and MWR will be equal to or slighly higher than the 1299 numbers. Ducati alone states a 5% increase(10hp) for the full system giving you 205 right there. Add the MWR filter and tuning from Rapid bike and you might be closer to 210bhp IMHO.
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It looks like a chart anyone could make in Windows Paint. What is the source?
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Originally Posted by cosmok View Post
The figures are pretty much in line with a 4mm bore increase and 4mm exhaust diameter increase.

Prince Albert, I think a full Termi, Rapidbike and MWR will be equal to or slighly higher than the 1299 numbers. Ducati alone states a 5% increase(10hp) for the full system giving you 205 right there. Add the MWR filter and tuning from Rapid bike and you might be closer to 210bhp IMHO.
+1 This is what I was thinking. Here is my Dynojet 250i Dyno Run with my 2012 1199 base with Termi slip-ons, RapidBike Race, and MWR HE filter. The lower run is with the RapidBike bypass module plugged in so the only fueling changes are coming from the Termi Slip-On Up-Map. Looks similar to the OP graph, which I have seen elsewhere and am pretty sure comes from Ducati...



Here is the AFR correction from the RapidBike Race for the above chart:

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Originally Posted by cosmok View Post
The figures are pretty much in line with a 4mm bore increase and 4mm exhaust diameter increase.

Prince Albert, I think a full Termi, Rapidbike and MWR will be equal to or slighly higher than the 1299 numbers. Ducati alone states a 5% increase(10hp) for the full system giving you 205 right there. Add the MWR filter and tuning from Rapid bike and you might be closer to 210bhp IMHO.

I forgot to mention
I have the MWR "race" filter so maybe my bike is comparable and same with others on here that share a similar setup ( geared shorter, MWR FILTER, RAPIDBIKE., tune boy or REXXER)
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Will the 1199 Rapidbike and RAPIDBIKE quick shifter work on a 1299?
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1299... Still less torque than the 1198 @ 6500rpm

The power is impressive indeed and its a good thing I'm not a numbers chaser otherwise I would be in trouble. I'm happy with the power delivery of my 1199... But then I also like the smoking 92hp of the sport classic.
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