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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-06-2007, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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F4 R312 versus 1000R

I fund the diagramms in the Motorrad Magazine –D(issue 25.5.07), and I think it is of interest.
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-06-2007, 10:12 AM
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Looks like its more or less a wash until 10,000, but that extra 7PS is a nice bonus, even if you would only be able to really take advantage of it on the track.

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For me it looks like, the R has little more mid- and lowrange power (100Nm at 6500 for the R; and 7800 for the 312), and the 312 is the top dog in the high range and gives this little extra 7hp at top end.
I think, a PCIII would work wonders to the 312...

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For me it looks like, the R has little more mid- and lowrange power (100Nm at 6500 for the R; and 7800 for the 312), and the 312 is the top dog in the high range and gives this little extra 7hp at top end.
I think, a PCIII would work wonders to the 312...
Exactly, a PC3 with a nicely made map on the 312 will make it a BLAST!!!
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Exactly, a PC3 with a nicely made map on the 312 will make it a BLAST!!!
I thought it was already. If yours isn't, I'd look and see if someone left some rags in the airbox ...

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I thought it was already. If yours isn't, I'd look and see if someone left some rags in the airbox ...
Of course it already is

But fine tunning it and giving it a smoother low and mid range won't hurt
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Seems like they had to pull out some mid-range to give it higher range. I will take the 1000R anyday over the current 312R.
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Seems like they had to pull out some mid-range to give it higher range. I will take the 1000R anyday over the current 312R.
thats what i was thinking, but after hearing of the fueling issues with the R and that this was fixed with the 312, I chose the 312. With the extra money to get the r right, it would be a wash. Secondly (and not that I could ever use all the power, but "just because") the 312 has more overall power upgrade-abilty (is that a word), without internal mods, as it has a higher performance cam, as well as larger valves and throttle bodies.

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I don't mean to make this a my MV is better than yours, but does the S model have more low/mid range than the R?
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I don't mean to make this a my MV is better than yours, but does the S model have more low/mid range than the R?
Actually from my S and R plots yes it does!! the S is 5bhp in front of the R all the way until 9,000rpm, as the R is 5bhp in front of the 312 all the way to 9,000rpm

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