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F4 HP figures

Who among us has put their bike on a Dyno? If so, what mods were made and what hp was achieved? I appreciate Dyno's will vary (a lot), but I am interested in what gains were made with the mods that were done.
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I have put a Tamburini and a 2008 312R on the same dyno.
The Tambo returned 157.9 and the 312R was 182.5
The 312R has a Microtec ECU from X Bikes, a BMC air filter and a set of slash cut MV Corse exhausts.
The Tambo has the RG3 exhausts and the ECU has the appropriate chip installed.

To put that in perspective the shops own race spec BMW 1000RR race bike returned 192 HP.
They said that they were well impressed with the 312R.

Tambo dyno thread:
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=18703

312R dyno thread:
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...highlight=dyno
The 312R has about 47,000 kilometres on her now.
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I have put a Tamburini and a 2008 312R on the same dyno.
The Tambo returned 157.9 and the 312R was 182.5
The 312R has a Microtec ECU from X Bikes, a BMC air filter and a set of slash cut MV Corse exhausts.
The Tambo has the RG3 exhausts and the ECU has the appropriate chip installed.

To put that in perspective the shops own race spec BMW 1000RR race bike returned 192 HP.
They said that they were well impressed with the 312R.

Tambo dyno thread:
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=18703

312R dyno thread:
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...highlight=dyno
The 312R has about 47,000 kilometres on her now.
Good power from the 312!

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I have sometimes wondered what that F4CC could manage.
It sure feels stronger than the 312R, and so it should.

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I have sometimes wondered what that F4CC could manage.
It sure feels stronger than the 312R, and so it should.
Not tempted to dyno it?

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Holy smokes, Dave! That is a huge number for a 312R...at least based on these dyno charts.

This is a stock bike before and after tuning:

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Here's my F4 1000R before and after the Microtec implant and the magic of Chris at X Bikes.

It's not just the power as on the road she is now as smooth as silk with no flatspots anywhere in the rev range.

Ace !

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Like you said that must give you a huge increase in ridability.
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Like you said that must give you a huge increase in ridability.

Thank you Jono..Yes I can only describe the power development as "Linear" !

Before the Microtec she had a 5000rpm flat spot and was running as rough as fk. She was also running very hot as was carrying a sensor fault..

She's running an awful lot cooler now though as Chris spotted a malfunction in the air pressure sensor which was promptly replaced.

I think the man did good !

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