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New F4 1078

Is this...I think..
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post #2 of 133 (permalink) Old 11-05-2007, 07:28 AM
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really? well, it looks effectively the same at first glance, which i guess would be nice so you know what it is.

is it really going to be a 1098?

oh, i'm sorry, i mean 1078??


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At 190 horsepower MV Agusta have tested the F4 RR 312 up to a top speed of 312km/h (194Mph) hence the 312 in the name. New is a boost in cubes and the F4 now gets a very powerful 1078cc in-line four. The new F4 RR is a mix between the super exclusive F4 CC (1078-76x79) and the F4 R 312 (996). The extra R in the model name is truly justified when looking at the spec sheet. MV Agusta claims in its press release that one of the goals was to be faster than a Boeing 747 at take off. But fast as it may be, it is barred from world superbike racing due to the size of the engine. So, MV Agusta will continue to make the F4 1000, but for racing purely. The F4 1000 gets the same updates as the RR though which involves a new slipper clutch, gear ratios, suspension changes and new brakes. Homologation for racing will be taken care off by MV. Other subtle news are new design on the trademark four pipes where the end is now stubbier like a slice of salami (MV said it themselves...) New headlight unit and smoked screen from the F4 CC. The Sachs steering damper from the CC is also in place on the RR. One of the most sexy additions might be the Brembo monoblock callipers that makes the MV even more Italian than before if possible... They are Brembo racing items as seen in World superbike, but with an additional dust cover for street maintenance. Peak torque is now reached at 8.200rpm rather than the old peaky 10.000rpm. And the figure is a massive 124Nm.


I like really they have taken teh carbon look plastic away and went for the brutale soft finish! I might "upgrade" to soft plastic to match my R rear fender!!

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If that bike really does 1078 kph I'll eat my hat!

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If that bike really does 1078 kph I'll eat my hat!

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It could have reached mach1 up in the sky!!

The Mach number is commonly used both with objects travelling at high speed in a fluid, and with high-speed fluid flows inside channels such as nozzles, diffusers or wind tunnels. As it is defined as a ratio of two speeds, it is a dimensionless number. At a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius and at sea level, Mach 1 is 340.3 m/s (1,225 km/h, 761.2 mph, or 661.7 kn) in the Earth's atmosphere. The speed represented by Mach 1 is not a constant; For example, it is dependent on temperature and atmospheric composition. In the stratosphere it remains constant irrespective of altitude even though the air pressure varies with altitude.

Since the speed of sound increases as the temperature increases, the actual speed of an object travelling at Mach 1 will depend on the fluid temperature around it. Mach number is useful because the fluid behaves in a similar way at the same Mach number. So, an aircraft travelling at Mach 1 at sea level (340.3 m/s, 1,225.08 km/h) will experience shock waves in much the same manner as when it is travelling at Mach 1 at 11,000 m (36,000 ft), even though it is travelling at 295 m/s (654.632 mph, 1,062 km/h, 86% of its speed at sea level).


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1078 kph !!! ha ha. Very funny Cat Whisperer. When I get my F4RR I'll sue the factory if it doesn't do 600+mph.Apologies Stephen Wood.Couldn't resist it.Hope you get your particular bike to go faster.
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I think,wen Admin wake up,He will post photos.
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what do they mean about an exhaust redesign? well, i guess the rumors will be over this week. only facts. and it looks like no more "real/fake monoblock" threads.

also hope they don't do another pearl/black. it would be more special being made for just one year IMO. however, it must be a hard thing to deal w/ paint/decal schemes. i think they are breaking the naturally aggressive lines of the body work with this paint scheme. but what do i know...i have an old evo2.
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