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Old Apr 4th 2019, 06:25 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Phl View Post
Exactly 3 people on this forum can ride the same bike a half second faster around a track when it has 10 or even 20 more HP, coming from, letís say 190


Just saying.

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Exactly.

My current rides weighs 363lbs and has 190hp and 102 tq. I don't think I would be any faster on the V4R. I do think though that I could do more consistent fast laps on the V4R though. I have ridden the V4 and as far as the amount of effort it takes to go fast on that bike is SO much less than it is on the V2.

Now on a personal level. I am 51. Been racing/riding for the better part of 38 years. For ME. I just like how the V2 made be feel after I was done racing it on track. I feel like a "Holy Balls that was fun!!!" The V4R "well that's nice, feels just like an electric motor (smooth and linear. Just like a BMW, Honda or Kawasaki)"

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Old Apr 4th 2019, 08:08 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by realnuts View Post
Just make sure your ambition does not outweigh your talent

Best quote that i originally heard from casey stoner, i use it all the time lol.

Originally Posted by Blade Runner View Post
Exactly.

My current rides weighs 363lbs and has 190hp and 102 tq. I don't think I would be any faster on the V4R. I do think though that I could do more consistent fast laps on the V4R though. I have ridden the V4 and as far as the amount of effort it takes to go fast on that bike is SO much less than it is on the V2.

Now on a personal level. I am 51. Been racing/riding for the better part of 38 years. For ME. I just like how the V2 made be feel after I was done racing it on track. I feel like a "Holy Balls that was fun!!!" The V4R "well that's nice, feels just like an electric motor (smooth and linear. Just like a BMW, Honda or Kawasaki)"

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Old Apr 9th 2019, 01:07 AM   #33
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Rea isn't getting beat by the bike. He's getting beat by Bautista. The skill gap from MotoGP and WSBK is a lot more than everyone previously thought. This is evidenced by the fact many have the bike (V4R), but no one is handing it to the rest of the riders like Bautista is.
More precisely he's being beaten by the package and I concede of which the more important part is the rider (Bautista). The package is well put together and fits like a glove. Best bike with the best rider.
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Old Apr 9th 2019, 01:27 PM   #34
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I know some folks were a little upset with the Dyno numbers produced so far from the 2019 Panigale V4R.
They are in line with the Crank to Rear Wheel margins of 12% to 15%.

Here is another Dyno Run of the V4R at Motorcycle Mall In Belleville, N.J. if interested.
Different Dyno, Different Day, Different Temperature/Humidity, Different Conditions, Different Break in mileage, produce different results.





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Old Apr 9th 2019, 06:43 PM   #35
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I would guess most will be from 200-205 Hp with the full Akro exhaust, the numbers above are very impressive... Like stated, all dynos are different.. I will judge mine on how many Race wins and podiums I get this season!!
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Old Apr 10th 2019, 12:20 PM   #36
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I Ride: 1299 Panigale Final Edition, KTM 1290 Super Duke R Special Edition
My 1299 FE delivers 187 HP at the wheel.
I was told there is 12 % loss, which would make exactly the claimed 209 HP.

When I consider 15 % loss, my FE would deliver 215 HP at the crankshaft.

So either way, mine seems to be in good shape and compared to the latest and greatest piece of craftsmanship from Ducati I'm pretty happy with my bike and its performance as my bike is not too far away and even lighter, I guess.
And mine has more torque. :-)

Note: My Bike is stock Euro 4.

HOWEVER, I would love to own a V4R, too...

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Old Apr 10th 2019, 12:58 PM   #37
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A dyno shoot out between a V4 and a V4R.

Looks like that V4 Speciale is making less power than it was when 650ib owned it, as I'm sure he pulled 198hp or 199hp on that bike when he owned it?

The difference in power delivery just confirms that the V4 is a far more suitable street bike than the V4R.
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Old Apr 10th 2019, 01:36 PM   #38
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My V4R made 198 on the EDR dyno, about 5 more than the typical 1100 V4 on that dyno.
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Old Apr 10th 2019, 02:52 PM   #39
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I would guess most will be from 200-205 Hp with the full Akro exhaust, the numbers above are very impressive... Like stated, all dynos are different.. I will judge mine on how many Race wins and podiums I get this season!!
Exactly! 2 race weekends in the books for me with 4 wins and 7 podiums overall so far.. see if we can keep this train rollin'.
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Exactly! 2 race weekends in the books for me with 4 wins and 7 podiums overall so far.. see if we can keep this train rollin'.
Awesome start to the season, mine starts at the end of April At Thunderbolt.. Iím missing this coming Race At CMP because my V4R Race build is not done yet.. Keep us posted on your season and I will do the same.
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