2017 BMW HP4 Race vs 2017 MV Agusta F4 RC

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公開日時: 2017-06-26 06:05:39




MW HP4 Race-
The HP4 RACE is more than the sum of its parts. This bike is pure emotion. From the development right up to the racetrack, passion is what has made this race bike what it is. An innovation driver, designed to push the limits. The HP4 Race sported a full-carbon fiber frame, carbon fiber wheels and even carbon fiber track fairings. The latter of which best conveyed that the HP4 Race was intended as a dedicated track machine.
The HP4 RACE is a masterpiece of engineering prowess. Each and every one of the 750 limited-edition racing machines was handmade by our specialists and fitted with a numbered sticker.

Concentrated passion that we only produce for those who share it. For those who have no limits and always go further. Frontier crossers whose requirements are not only satisfied by the HP4 RACE, but have to redefine their requirements. There are only a few like this. More precisely: seven hundred and fifty.

2017 MV Agusta F4 RC -
MV Augusta is celebrating its entrance into the Supersport series with its latest superbike, the F4 Reparto Corse. It's lighter than its racing counterpart, packs 212 HP, and for the first time since announcing its partnership, comes swathed in AMG livery.
Just 250 of the F4 RC models will be manufactured. MV clams 205 horsepower for the bike in standard, road-going form, while the racing kit boosts output to 212 horsepower at 13,600 rpm. Claimed dry weight is 403 pounds in road trim, 386 pounds in race trim. The number 37 represents the number of constructors' world titles won by MV Agusta.
Compared to the former range-topping RR, the RC weighs over 30 pounds less thanks to a boatload of lightweight enhancements, from 333 titanium bolts to a racing crankshaft and carbon fiber fairings, adding up to a dry weight of 386 pounds.
At 386 pounds dry, the RC is about 33 pounds lighter than the World Superbike entrant, but it's still heavier than the competition from Aprilia, BMW, and Ducati. It is, though, a little more powerful than all of them in its full-fat guise.