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Old Dec 17th 2018, 04:51 PM   #1
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Homologation. Your R vs their R

Simple and easy folks. What parts on the 2019 V4 R dealer prepped bike are homologated to the WSBK V4R?
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Old Dec 17th 2018, 05:49 PM   #2
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You can google the WSB rules for that. But far as I remember the engine cases, crank, pistons, cams and valvetrain must be the same. You can do a new swingsrm, radiators, seat, exhaust, rear sets, ECU and others. But they must be kit parts that are approved and for sale to private teams.
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Old Dec 17th 2018, 06:33 PM   #3
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Thanks DC I have the 2018 FIM provisional tech manual but cannot seem to find anything for 2019. Also any idea what constitutes a "private team"? Is that you and I and 2 guys from Jiffy Lube or does that mean a Ducati sanctioned "satellite team. Thanks man.
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If you have the 2018 FIM provisional tech rules from Regulations and documents: FIM Website you can just search for 2019 in the document, and there are several places where the rules are seperated into for 2018 and from 2019 onwards.

The 2019 rules in many places lowers the max prices for components and tightens the tolerances in weight, as I read the rules.

Also in regards to the clutch being wet or dry is covered in rule 2.4.8.13, which states the race bike must use the same (wet or dry) as homologated, so if the race team wants a dry clutch, the street version also needs a dry clutch.
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Old Dec 18th 2018, 12:45 AM   #5
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If you have the 2018 FIM provisional tech rules from Regulations and documents: FIM Website you can just search for 2019 in the document, and there are several places where the rules are seperated into for 2018 and from 2019 onwards.

The 2019 rules in many places lowers the max prices for components and tightens the tolerances in weight, as I read the rules.

Also in regards to the clutch being wet or dry is covered in rule 2.4.8.13, which states the race bike must use the same (wet or dry) as homologated, so if the race team wants a dry clutch, the street version also needs a dry clutch.
Does this same principle apply to the wings? In other words if the race team wants wings that means the street version also needs to have wings?
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Does this same principle apply to the wings? In other words if the race team wants wings that means the street version also needs to have wings?
It sure does. That is the whole point in the street R's wings.
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Does this same principle apply to the wings? In other words if the race team wants wings that means the street version also needs to have wings?
Yes , this is the reason for the dry clutch and wings.

in fact the wings don't even have to mount the exact same way so you will probably see the wsbk teams making them similar looking but more rigid mounting and IIRC the are allowed +- 5˚ of angle movement from the street bike
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Old Dec 18th 2018, 03:05 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Snk1199 View Post
It sure does. That is the whole point in the street R's wings.
Originally Posted by Macattack View Post
Yes , this is the reason for the dry clutch and wings.

in fact the wings don't even have to mount the exact same way so you will probably see the wsbk teams making them similar looking but more rigid mounting and IIRC the are allowed +- 5˚ of angle movement from the street bike
Thanks for the answer guys. Truth be told I already knew the answer, I was just asking for a friend 😃

I didn't know however the last detailed part about the angle movement so double thanks!
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Originally Posted by AndreiD View Post
Thanks for the answer guys. Truth be told I already knew the answer, I was just asking for a friend 😃

I didn't know however the last detailed part about the angle movement so double thanks!
I see you doing this more.. asking a question of which you know the answer..
i.e. should i buy a SL?
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I see you doing this more.. asking a question of which you know the answer..
i.e. should i buy a SL?
LMAOOO damn you are good! Caught me red handed (pun intended)! Again!

Instead, this time it was with direction to the OP haha
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