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post #31 of 51 Old 05-17-2019, 12:57 PM
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Post that goodness on the .net! 343?
I do have a parts car out back with the 343 in it, but dont castrate me because this one is getting a GM motor... To my defense its gonna be a small cube v8, over square, high rpm motor like the OG Javelins.


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I do have a parts car out back with the 343 in it, but dont castrate me because this one is getting a GM motor... To my defense its gonna be a small cube v8, over square, high rpm motor like the OG Javelins.


Awesome looking car! I won't castrate you Shawn hahaahahahah! Small cube V8 still great!
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posted on the RR forum, from german motorrad mag, they used the djcf to calculate crankhp, but it was all same dyno so still fair to compare

do you have a link for that thread? i recently rode the rsv4 1100 factory and that thing was a rocket ship

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do you have a link for that thread? i recently rode the rsv4 1100 factory and that thing was a rocket ship
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posted on the RR forum, from german motorrad mag, they used the djcf to calculate crankhp, but it was all same dyno so still fair to compare



What a beast the new RR is, flat torque curve (if it's flat is it still a curve? lol) from 5k and no bullshit throttle limits. I might pony up for one in couple years.

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Its a brilliant move when they add the extra 100cc...It barely gets mentioned and is a significant advantage.
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Yes big CC makes a big difference, this is my 1157cc G3 on the same dyno Motorcycle News tested the Ducati V4 last year at 199, these figures are on the wheel measured DIN with foot pound torque not newton metres.
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Yes big CC makes a big difference, this is my 1157cc G3 on the same dyno Motorcycle News tested the Ducati V4 last year at 199, these figures are on the wheel measured DIN with foot pound torque not newton metres.
Thats Rad, what kind of rpm did you run it too?
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Here's a better picture for you.

I quess u have already spank Ducati V4 R asses :thef inger_red:

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