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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-03-2019, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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2019 f4 rc

Who has ridden the F4 RC, is it worth the price asked,
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Anyone here own one, can you post pics, and say how it handles, last one from the factory is on sale in UK right now

Presently looking for an F4 to join collection, ideally a F4 1078
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-04-2019, 07:40 PM
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I have 2017 F4RC and in my opinion it is well worth the money. The attention to detail on the RC is amazing & the bike does everything well & with the SC Race pipe on it sounds just like a WSBK Bike, its the best 4 cylinder i ever heard. I also own Ducati desmosedici, Ducati 1098R, Panigale 1199R street bike, Panigale 1199R race bike, Ducati 996 And the F4 RC rates second to the Desmosedici. Brilliant Bike cannot be faulted go & buy one you will not be disappointed.
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I couldn't find a F4RC so had to upgrade a F4RR to F4RC spec + bodis headers =can be done but is costs money (6000$ + labor so it works out the same . WOW .. YOU WILL LOVE THE F4RC SPEED HANDLING IS UNMATCHED BY ANY JAPANESE SUPERBIKE ON THE MARKET. I have a Superbike collection of ALL the Japanese and European Superbikes and MY F4RC is THE best Superbike period. People forget it has 212hp AT THE FINAL OUTPUT SHAFT/FRONT SPROCKET which is roughly 210horsepower at the rear wheel. PS I am 54 and work ALL my superbikes , suspension brakes intake, exhaust tuner ,ect ect so all comparisons are are on level playing field …. BUY THE F4RC YOU WILL BE IN 7TH HEAVEN LOL

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-06-2019, 07:45 AM
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What are the mechanical differences between an F4RR and an F4RC?
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 10:34 AM
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I'll take a stab at answering but expect a correction or two from people, as mine is based on a couple of rides I had when I was considering a marriage ending purchase!

I'll ignore the wheels and bodywork.

Suspension, the RR has Ohlins electrically adjustable front and rear, the RC are spanner based.
Brakes, both use the Brembo MC and calipers, I think the same units on both with ABS
Frames, both the same hand welded units.
Engine:
Mag casings on the RC
Balanced (better) Crank shaft on the RC, think its lighter
Pistons are different
Con Rods I think are lighter
Cam shafts are the same
Cylinder head tweak
Throttle body and inlets appear the same
I assume its the equivalent of blue printed too

Exhaust: comes with stock and SC Project
ECU: Same ecu but different map for road and race

feel free to add corrections..
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