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F4 RR with factory race fairing

at the track day this weekend in mugello, there was
a new F4 RR with race fairing. he told me that it is actually
a MV factory race fairing, and was with extremely good build quality.

anyone heard/seen about it? ---- and yes it is a monopost
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Pictures man
soon soon.

i had the impression the F4RR was very evenly matched in
power my bike. on the long straight, we did not gain a inch
compared to each other:

so it seems a complete stock F4RR with cat, has about
the same power as my F4 1078 with race headers/RG3
and microtec ECU with a mapping from chris (x-bike).
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Hhhmm, now your going to start something

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Hhhmm, now your going to start something
Yes...........................start something indeed
my take for what its worth........................ the stock F4 with ful Ti exhaust / ECU is probably going to be close however the significant difference will be in the suspension / set up of the RR ie, minimal adjustments required for us "mere mortals" V those of us who have allready "pushed" a standard F4 around the track...................(also assuming TC is same only easier to adjust)


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This should be good..

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those of us who have allready "pushed" a standard F4 around the track...................(also assuming TC is same only easier to adjust)
"Pushed" due to lack of fuel????
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"Pushed" due to lack of fuel????
Do you ever get the feeling that somethings should be kept to your self and............................oh well , here goes.............I actually ran out of fuel at Broadford however it was coming off the essses and managed to coast back to the pits:jsm


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Hhhmm, now your going to start something
now i hope i did not promise too much. i did not make
pictures myself --- so here are just "in action" pictures.
(and yes i will buy the high quality one, but it takes a bit
longer)

old F4 1078 (in front) versus new F4 RR (in the back)



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