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Old Jan 23rd 2018, 06:34 AM   #1
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Panigale V4 SBK testing @ Jerez



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Old Jan 23rd 2018, 07:24 AM   #3
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Now that is how to do an exhaust!
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Old Jan 23rd 2018, 11:47 AM   #7
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Provided it will actually pass any noise tests of course.

It gets annoying that premier class racing gets a pass on noise, yet anyone else racing
will struggle for noise limits. Why not make it all part of the homologation rules, that
the race bikes must also pass the same regs. Would save buyers a fortune.

They could even put the price of the bikes up to offset the lost sales of extra systems.
We would still save money on not having to do dyno days etc
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It would be nice if they got an RS out to some of the race teams in minor series this year to test/race with, looks like they're working on it!
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Originally Posted by 990Glen View Post
Provided it will actually pass any noise tests of course.

It gets annoying that premier class racing gets a pass on noise, yet anyone else racing
will struggle for noise limits. Why not make it all part of the homologation rules, that
the race bikes must also pass the same regs. Would save buyers a fortune.

They could even put the price of the bikes up to offset the lost sales of extra systems.
We would still save money on not having to do dyno days etc
Not only that, but does anyone know what the requirements are in WSBK for oil retention belly pans??

One of the biggest PITA challenges in racing the Panigale was dealing with the belly pan. Looking at this V4 it seems like it will be even worse. Hard to go club racing on one of their bikes when you have to jump through 20 hoops just to pass tech....
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1:42.872. 3 seconds to Johnny Rea. good premiere.





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