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Old Mar 26th 2019, 08:59 AM   #21
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Seriously,if you want the bragging rights, rig up a single stage NOS. There is a guy in Dana Point CA doing it right now to a 1299. You don’t even need to turn it on. You can just tell everyone you have 280HP or better yet, get some stickers and that read “280HPV4” and plaster them on the fairing that way you get the message to the masses without pulling over. Oh and when is someone here going to replicate the swingarm scoop? Mick you’re tooling up for that right now aren’t you? You know it’s coming.
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Old Mar 26th 2019, 09:36 AM   #22
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Yeah shits no joke don't know how the dude even holds onto the handlebars of that 280+ HP Panigale. Yeah tooling up for the SL carbon airbox replica now the swingarm will be end of summer...



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Seriously,if you want the bragging rights, rig up a single stage NOS. There is a guy in Dana Point CA doing it right now to a 1299. You donít even need to turn it on. You can just tell everyone you have 280HP or better yet, get some stickers and that read ď280HPV4Ē and plaster them on the fairing that way you get the message to the masses without pulling over. Oh and when is someone here going to replicate the swingarm scoop? Mick youíre tooling up for that right now arenít you? You know itís coming.
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Old Mar 26th 2019, 11:42 AM   #23
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Here we go again! Refer to the OP. Nothing to do with power, more power and what you can and can't handle.

The post was about is the R restricted, which it seems to be, and how. Not only that but did anyone know if the up map was/was not used, can the R achieve more than shown on the dyno run etc.
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Old Mar 26th 2019, 02:05 PM   #24
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The american R is not restricted
The australian R is restricted
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Old Mar 26th 2019, 02:09 PM   #25
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Itís not restricted. The S claims 226 with the full akra. When thatís run in it will gain a few and should be in the region the claimed engine power difference. I think the problem is people looking at too many happy high reading dynos
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Old Mar 26th 2019, 04:14 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by realnuts View Post
The american R is not restricted
The australian R is restricted
Here's the deal. Check out this link on the US EPA site, row 78, it's the V4R. Says 153kW at 13,250 rpm. The regular V4 is 158kW at 12500.

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production...6-present.xlsx

Ducati's site says the V4R without the Akra should be 162kW at 15,250. So it looks like the US bikes are restricted in stock form to the tune of ~12hp and ~2,000 rpm. Hopefully the up-map removes the restriction.

https://www.ducati.com/us/en/bikes/p.../panigale-v4-r

By the way, for the regular V4/V4S, the EPA data is almost exactly the same as Ducati's published figures (without Akra).
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Originally Posted by dpwracing View Post
Here's the deal. Check out this link on the US EPA site, row 78, it's the V4R. Says 153kW at 13,250 rpm. The regular V4 is 158kW at 12500.

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production...6-present.xlsx

Ducati's site says the V4R without the Akra should be 162kW at 15,250. So it looks like the US bikes are restricted in stock form to the tune of ~12hp and ~2,000 rpm. Hopefully the up-map removes the restriction.

https://www.ducati.com/us/en/bikes/p.../panigale-v4-r

By the way, for the regular V4/V4S, the EPA data is almost exactly the same as Ducati's published figures (without Akra).
Yeah, that's more the kind of answer I was looking for, cheers

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Old Mar 27th 2019, 06:17 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by dpwracing View Post
Here's the deal. Check out this link on the US EPA site, row 78, it's the V4R. Says 153kW at 13,250 rpm. The regular V4 is 158kW at 12500.

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production...6-present.xlsx

Ducati's site says the V4R without the Akra should be 162kW at 15,250. So it looks like the US bikes are restricted in stock form to the tune of ~12hp and ~2,000 rpm. Hopefully the up-map removes the restriction.

https://www.ducati.com/us/en/bikes/p.../panigale-v4-r

By the way, for the regular V4/V4S, the EPA data is almost exactly the same as Ducati's published figures (without Akra).
so in order to get the acclaimed HP from the stock V4R is to buy the Akra and get 'hope' the up-map included gives you the normal stock HP AND the acclaimed HP you are hoping to get with the exhaust (234HP)... interesting
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Old Mar 27th 2019, 07:58 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by lamb00j View Post
so in order to get the acclaimed HP from the stock V4R is to buy the Akra and get 'hope' the up-map included gives you the normal stock HP AND the acclaimed HP you are hoping to get with the exhaust (234HP)... interesting
Exactly. Hoping to talk to my dealer today and get some definitive answers.
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Old Mar 27th 2019, 10:06 AM   #30
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Im sure 650 will keep us posted via his youtube channel on his upgrades/alterations to his new V4R.

His dyno runs at Ducati Detroits dyno show on his old 1199 178hp/89 ft/lbs,and on his V4 speciale he got 199hp/85 ft/lbs.

It will be interesting to see once he gets his new BMW S1000 what it will do,on Ducati Detroits dyno as well.
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