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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-04-2009, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hey guys sorry if this has been asked before but what extra power does the RG3 exhaust and chip give you and what on a 1000S?

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also what power with the cat removed and replaced with straight pipe
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i think it can be as high as 10-12 hbp, but that is just a ballpark from thinking back to other posts. I am sure someone will come behind me and give you a better idea. Welcome to the board!!

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Hey guys sorry if this has been asked before but what extra power does the RG3 exhaust and chip give you and what on a 1000S?

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These are the test runs of my bike in the two configuration standard (blue lines) and with direct mid pipe (no cat), RG3 and MV Corse Eprom (red lines)

The diference in term of power is not very big, but the improvement in terms of torque is absolutely not bad!
............but mapping the bike on the bench........it's another bike:


All datas are SAE at rear wheel
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I believe an honest 4-5 at the rear wheel is common. You gain almost none replacing the cat alone, but it sure does sound nice and some have reported the bike runs cooler with out it.
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sweet, so 159hp... Air filters wont do much yeah? so what would be the standard hp at the wheels??

Thanks for the info guys
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I think the dyno chart posted by Giuliano is pretty representative. About 150-154 at the rear wheel.
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post #8 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-05-2009, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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Ok so how does it compare to a 312 1078 and the 1000R and others like Tamburini and the other limited edition, what do they do stock standard at the rears?? sorry so many questions guys...
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Ok so how does it compare to a 312 1078 and the 1000R and others like Tamburini and the other limited edition, what do they do stock standard at the rears?? sorry so many questions guys...
The 1000 S, the 1000R and the Tamburini have nearly the same performances, Mv had declared for the R version 8 Hp more than the S, but with the bike on the test bench they never "come out"....
As far as the differences between the 312 1000 and the 312 RR1078, please see here below:

The red lines belong to the 312 1000, the black ones to the 312 RR1078
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thanks, informative! now would you say that a F41000s with a full exhaust and eprom would have the same power as a stock standard 312 RR??
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