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Model question... 312 1000cc and 312 1078cc??

I own the 312RR with a 1078cc engine. But my question is... Is there a 312 model with a 1000cc engine??
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Yes, the '08 F4-1000 312R, which I believe was sold in many countries as a 2007. It's the definitive F4! It was actually 998cc.

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graet! thanks for your reply!
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It's the definitive F4!
Uh, wrong. The RR 312 is the definitive F4 because it has more R's.

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The R312 was available in 2007 and 2008 model years, and they were the homologation bikes. The RR312 was the 1078 and was available as 2008 and 2009 model years.

The 1078 isn't raced as the engine size is too big, but they built it to be faster than a 747 taking off so I suppose it can race those
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Uh, wrong. The RR 312 is the definitive F4 because it has more R's.
Kevin was right, the 312R is the definitive F4. The RR is the F4 for pirates.
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Kevin was right, the 312R is the definitive F4. The RR is the F4 for pirates.
...and that explains the avatar.

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