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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-01-2009, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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Wet Weights F4 1000R etc~

Does anyone know the wet weights for the F4 1000 1+1, F312 and F 1000R?

Searched the internet but getting different weights that vary greatly- anyone know the correct wet weight?

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Heavier than reported and gen listed...I rolled my stock Tam onto a scale at our warehouse before I started swaping bits like the wheels and it was close to 500lbs, wet. I'm guessing it to be around 450 with carbon wheels & roters and with the Ti system/bolts a few other bits I've removed
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Yeah a brochure I have in hand lists the "curb" weight at 414.5 LB for the F4 1000R and 416.7 LB for the 1+1- I somehow think that's a DRY bike with NO fluids at all!

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The 1078RR was weighed in for the Masterbike competition; Dry weight 201kg (443lbs) wet weight 222kg(489lbs.)

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Holy Mackeral- over 110 lbs heavier than a 1098!!!!!!!

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We have a calibrated scale here at work. Sorry that these numbers are in kilograms. Tamburini with fuel light on: 198 kg, 312R with fuel light on 206kg, Triumph Rocket III that one of the guys at work owned up until last year: 356 Kg and very modified 2002 R1 (see my photo album) with fuel light on 178 kg - exactly half the weight of the Triumph.
Weighed the 312R after titanium link pipe and FBF exhausts installed, now down to 202 Kg saving 4 kilograms.
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porky bitches ain't they. but I really do notice the weight when I am up it
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In last weeks Australian Masterbike Competition these were the measured dry weights

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Ducati 1098S - 185kg
Honda CBR 1000RR - 190kg
Kawasaki ZX-10R 196KG
KTM RC8R 190KG
MV 312R - 204KG
Suzuki GSX - R1000 194KG
Yamaha YZF-R1 200.5KG

These were all 2009 models (except MV was 08 as RR 1078 not used )

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I read that to, wonder why they didn't use the 312rr? scared it might whoop the rest I guess?
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By the way the powers were

Ducati 1098S 122KW POWER TO WEIGHT RATIO = 0.664:1
Honda CBR 100RR 127.5KW = 0.673:1
Kawasaki ZX-10R 126KW = 0.643:1
KTM RC8R 121.6KW = 0.642:1
MV Agusta 312R 124.2KW = 0.606:1
Suzuki GSX R1000 121.8kw = 0.626:1
Yamaha YZF - R1 121KW = 0.605:1

It was noted the MV was down on power since the last test and may have been a clogged filter. If it was not for the power to weight the MV would have probably won the test. It came 3rd (Honda first and Ducati second.The MV actually had the second fastest lap times but went down in the comfort ratings). Not bad for an "old" design...and a MV 1078 would have cleaned up.

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