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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-26-2017, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Actual horsepower F4?

Can't seem to find and descent graphs of F4RR or F4RC dyno runs.

Would be nice to compare with R1M or HP4 that also has 200HP.
R1M delivers ~186HP on the wheel.

The F4RR has 200. Anyone know how much it leaves on a dyno?

F4RC? 212HP should make it leave at least 190 on the wheel.

Or is it all just sales numbers?

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I'd be interested to see one from the RC, clearly the peak BHP is slightly irrelevant, it would be good to see what the curves look like against the R1 from the 6000 RPM mark on.
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Hp

I dynoed my 2013 F4 1000, Bodis exhaust, K&N air filter and total remap = 188rwhp.
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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-16-2017, 04:16 PM
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Stock mine dyno'd last weekend at 163. Mine's an RR so it should be 200 crank. My Power Commander finally arrived so I'm going to get it actually tuned this weekend. I'll post results once I've got them, but I'm going to be super pissed at MV if they claim 200.8 crank horsepower and I don't see at least 180+ WHP.

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The F4RR has around 177-180 maximum RWHP.

I’m still waiting for mine to be dynoed stock. It’ll come very soon.

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From 2012 but the current F4RR has the same HP.
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Well my 2015 RR just dyno'd at 164 today. Stock with just a QD exhaust. Might see more gains if I cut the cat out and upgraded the air filter, but for a 200 horsepower bike, the transmission is either super inefficient or MV outright lies. The dyno I was on generally reports stock S1000RRs at high 180-low 190s.

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Well my 2015 RR just dyno'd at 164 today. Stock with just a QD exhaust. Might see more gains if I cut the cat out and upgraded the air filter, but for a 200 horsepower bike, the transmission is either super inefficient or MV outright lies. The dyno I was on generally reports stock S1000RRs at high 180-low 190s.
Well... The graph and air/fuel ratio should tell you what is the problem right? With another exhaust it might need some tuning.

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post #9 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-19-2017, 04:03 AM
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Nicolas I commend you for upgrading the F4RR cooling system along with performance build . I Live in USA. Countless GIXERS are in the junk yard from Squids who did a performance upgrade , mostly Nitros Oxide, dome pistons,shaved heads ,hot cams.
And never gave a thought about cooling or lubrication.

Nicholas I did all 3 upgrades of FEBUR RADIATOR ,Muzzy fans,and RACE FUEL PUMP. Not just the rotor Your bike will stay cool. Even on track days . Temp will rise if in non moving traffic jams , but a my bikes do rven Honda,kawasakis ect

BTW I installed rotors with RED carriers . Discacciati on euromotards site ebay Good site top tier components . The MV F4RR comes loaded with top tier components . Not many better components on the market that isn't already on bike.
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Since the introduction of the BMW S1000RR The Japanese have ben exaggerating HP numbers and the Euro Companies have been sand bagging fearing EPA. 1n 2009 BMW claimed its New S1000RR had claimed 184 at the crank 172 at rear wheel.
In 2010 after being embarrassed saying no bmw could ever be more powerull than there zx10R got caught, they said the ZX10R had 210 at crank 196 at rear wheel . One magazine in Germany dynode same bike . same numbers but when engine was opened Kawasaki had worked engine and added race electric package used in WSBK.

Magazine then took bmw dynode it , came up with 192 rear wheel202?? at crank
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