One of the first reviews I have seen think I will stick with the V4S I have besides my dealer tells me it V4R's will have @$65,000/Au price tag getting into the relms of unobtainium for the normal person.
One of the first reviews I have seen think I will stick with the V4S I have besides my dealer tells me it V4R's will have @$65,000/Au price tag getting into the relms of unobtainium for the normal person. https://youtu.be/TwbLa-Dnymo
Agreed Steve I saw the figures on the "R" and its 12Nm down on the V4 I have yet to have a crack at a 1299 to see how the V4 will go as those monstrous things are pushing 140+Nm of torque it may come down to the V4 revving higher with 9 more crank Hp for the 4.
But I reckon it would be a close run thing.
Ducati tells us that the four camshafts feature dedicated profiles that operate the 34 mm titanium intake valves and the 27.5 mm steel exhaust valves with an increased lift. The valves themselves feature “titanium half-cones,” a feature typically only used by builders on racing machinery. The...
So far we have 3 models of Panigale V4, V4S and V4 Speciale, however, Ducati announced that an ‘R’ version – displacing below 1,000 ccc – is under development will be available in 2019 for racing and track use after homologation. From what I can see in the current Panigale, the V4R should be one...
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