F4 RR

Raw power.

Cylinders4
Cylinders capacity (CC)998
Horsepower (hp)201
Maximum Speed (km/h)298
Dry weight (kg)190
Starting Price (€)27.900
* Any country could have a price variation due to local import duties and taxes

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AVIO GREY/BLACK CARBON

Technical Specifications

Engine TypeFour cylinder, 4 stroke, 16 valve
Frame typeCrMo Steel tubular trellis
Engine total displacement998 cm3 (60.9 cu. in.)
Front SuspensionӦhlins EC Nix hydraulic "UPSIDE DOWN" front forks
Engine maximum power147.7 kW (201 hp) at 13600 r.p.m
Rear SuspensionProgressive, single shock adsorber Ӧhlins TTX
Engine maximum torque111 Nm (11.6 kgm) at 9600 r.p.m.
Front Brake + ABS systemØ 320 mm (Ø 12.6 in.) double floating disc
Engine management systemIntegrated ignition - injection system MVICS
Rear Brake + ABS systemØ 220 mm (Ø 8.66 in.) single steel disc
Electronic Quick-shiftCassette style, six speed, constant mesh
Maximum speed298 km/h (185.0 mph)
ClutchWet, multi-disc with back torque limiting device
Dry weight190 kg (418.9 lbs.)

History in motion

A modern classic, the F4 RR set a new paradigm in the world of sports motorcycling. That typical MV feeling; the jaw-dropping performance; the speed; the revolutionary design that redefined the concept of a sports motorbike.

History in motion

After twenty years, the F4 RR remains the industry’s point of reference. With the F4 we changed motorcycling, forever. One can say it is the mother of all modern superbikes.

History in motion

But, the F4 does not only represent the history of motorcycling, it is also its future, with a state-of-the-art engine and Full Ride by Wire electronics.
History in motion

Titanium con rods

On the RR version, the F4 RR short stroke engine reaches a higher rev peak of 14.000 rpm thanks to titanium con rods and single-spring solution utilised for all titanium intake and exhaust valves. A refined solution generally found on GP bikes. The rebalanced crankshaft design is dedicated to this model.
Titanium con rods
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