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MV Agusta RR.. R.. R.. Ah.. Aahh.. Aaaahhh


Mmmmmmmm…me like!

No description required...except, yummy!

 

201bhp. Oh yes.

Here it is – MV Agusta’s F4 RR. We’ve included all MV’s spiel about the bike below but in case you can’t be bothered to go through it the key facts are:

201cv (that’s 198bhp in English money) at 13,400rpm from a revamped engine with bigger bore and shorter stroke (79mm x 50.9mm against 76mm x 55mm on the stock F4), plus a new head with bigger valves.

Ohlins suspension.

Brembo brakes.

In Italy, a price of 22,900 Euros.

Here’s what MV had to say about it…

The new 4-cylinder short stroke engine with radial valve is the soul of the MV Agusta F4 RR. The engine is completely new and is inspired by MV Agusta’s experience in competition. Apart from the engine case castings, the arrangement of cylinders and a few other elements the 4 cylinder RR engine shares little with that of the previous F4. It has been completely redesigned with a single goal in mind: maximum performance. All new thermodynamics, a new crankshaft that has a reduced value of inertia and new bore and stroke dimensions with an extremely over-square relationship that can reach rpm’s worthy of a true racing motorcycle. The piston diameter has been increased from 76 to 79 mm while the stroke is reduced from 55 mm to 50.9 mm. With these dimensions the rpm limit has been raised to a stratospheric 13,700 rpm while at the same time reducing the linear velocity of the piston (from 24.7 m/s to 22.9 m/s) and thus also improving reliability.

To reach the stratospheric level of 201 hp at 13,400 rpm with a completely homologated engine including an exhaust system complete with the catalytic converter, extreme attention has been given to every detail. The thermodynamic efficiency has been optimized to guarantee a record level of performance. For this reason, the head of the F4 RR is completely new including new intake and exhaust tracts as well as large diameter intake and exhaust valves. For the first time on an MV mass production engine, all the valves are made of titanium and this has made it possible to reduce the mass while at the same time significantly increasing the diameter (30 to 31.8 mm for the inlet and from 25 to 26 mm for the exhaust). The tuning of the engine has been optimized thanks to the use of a completely new 4-2-1-4 exhaust system with large diameter tapered headers. In addition to ensuring the optimized performance of the engine, this new exhaust system has a unique sound and is even more intoxicating.

 

Source; visordown.com

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