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Old Mar 6th 2019, 10:32 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by HFW003 View Post

16350 for the Panigale
14900 for the BMW
14600 for the Kawasaki
14550 for the Fairyblade
14700 for the R1
14500 for the Gixer
What the hell, why is this !?

Sorry, bit of a noob to the mechanical rulesets.
Didnt know this at ALL
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Old Mar 6th 2019, 11:20 PM   #12
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I Ride: Speciale V4, Ducati 1199S; 1200 Enduro, Scrambler 1100 sport, 748R, 1098S
They were introduced last year, and here is a link that explains it. This was with Ducati on its Twin, you can see now why they brought out a short stroke 1000 V4 as it is based on road bike revs then has a series of penalties depending on how successful a bike is.

Also remember that for Ducati to have a 1200 twin they were penalised with air intake restrictors.

With a V4 of 1000cc they no longer have these restrictors


This is the actual 2019 rev limits, but Ducati starts with full revs as per its R model road bike, and will be adjusted don depending on how successful the bike is ...
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