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Old 01-25-2011, 02:43 PM   #101
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:49 PM   #102
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:49 PM   #103
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^^wow i think that is a little bit too much for me lol^^ beautiful built for sure! thanks for sharing!
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:50 PM   #104
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:51 PM   #105
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Here is a Duc that makes 190hp all motor...maybe not a bad idea if yours makes 170hp at the wheel stock like this R did..

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Old 01-25-2011, 04:10 PM   #106
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Congratulations Sergio! Next time you go riding let me know, i will bring my duc out and you will see that the 170hp is actually about 145hp to the wheel. Depending on how hard you start riding the 1098 you will find no top end at all, that is the nature of all vtwins, strong low end and nothing on top, the rev limiter kicks in at 10500rpm but it stops making power around 10000rpm, if you are riding against any inline 4s literbike you will be passed pretty easily!
Can I overtake you on my two fiddy?
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Old 01-25-2011, 04:22 PM   #107
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Why not just buy and aclimate to a Hayabusa if you want top speed? The specs aren't that car off on paper...there's a 100lb difference on the Busa but I am sure you can lose some of that, whereas adding a s/c would add weight to the duc and compromise warranty/reliability/handling...

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I found this company called Spoon Valley Racing that makes a supercharger kit for the Ducati 1098 and was wondering if anyone on MH have any expert advice or personal experience willing to share with me before making that decision.
If you are interested in getting a 'real' answer to this question, I suggest that you pick up the phone and call Jeff Nash with AMS (214) 466-6540 and ask him what the best, most cost effective route is for getting you what you want. He can also readily acquaint you with the pros and the cons of supercharging a Ducati. BTW, he does hold a #1 plate in the AMA. He also sold more D16RR's than any other dealer in the world. He can tell you whatever you need to know from a Ducati professional point of reference.
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Old 01-25-2011, 06:35 PM   #109
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If you are interested in getting a 'real' answer to this question, I suggest that you pick up the phone and call Jeff Nash with AMS (214) 466-6540 and ask him what the best, most cost effective route is for getting you what you want. He can also readily acquaint you with the pros and the cons of supercharging a Ducati. BTW, he does hold a #1 plate in the AMA. He also sold more D16RR's than any other dealer in the world. He can tell you whatever you need to know from a Ducati professional point of reference.
thanks Desmorider, i will give him a call and listen to his recommendations for this project and take lots of notes lol
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Why not just buy and aclimate to a Hayabusa if you want top speed? The specs aren't that car off on paper...there's a 100lb difference on the Busa but I am sure you can lose some of that, whereas adding a s/c would add weight to the duc and compromise warranty/reliability/handling...

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Torque: 155 Nm (114.32 lb-ft) @ 7200 rpm
Dry weight: 485 lbs

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http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/duc..._1098_2007.php

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Torque: 122.58 Nm (12.5 kgf-m or 90.4 ft.lbs) @ 12500 RPM
Dry weight: 173.0 kg (381.4 pounds)
well i am not just looking for top speed, i really love the handling of the 1098 just need to add more top end to an already good bike, i am only 165 lbs so a busa will be too heavy for me to handle in the twisties.
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:21 PM   #111
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thanks Desmorider, i will give him a call and listen to his recommendations for this project and take lots of notes lol
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I still take lots of notes.....from people I respect, have superior knowledge, and are willing to share it. It's never too late to learn.
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Old 01-25-2011, 11:43 PM   #112
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i usually get about 2400 miles with the bt016s on the duc, but lately i have been very lucky to get nails on my rear tire everytime i come out lol
IDK, I have you on HP, about the same in torque and dry weight....and I weigh 200#.....and it's good for ~190 MPH (indicated)
A SC kit for the 10 is ~$4k........but bumps it to ~220 hp.
I don't think I'll be getting 5200 miles out of a rear tire though.
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IDK, I have you on HP, about the same in torque and dry weight....and I weigh 200#.....and it's good for ~190 MPH (indicated)
A SC kit for the 10 is ~$4k........but bumps it to ~220 hp.
I don't think I'll be getting 5200 miles out of a rear tire though.
The 1198 have different gearing so it has a higher top speed than the original 1098! from the ducati forums i have seen gps verified 182.5 mph for the 1198S.
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The 1198 have different gearing so it has a higher top speed than the original 1098! from the ducati forums i have seen gps verified 182.5 mph for the 1198S.
I was talking about my ZX10........personally I wouldn't ruin a Duc by making the kind of changes that your talking about.
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Corner speed is where its at anyway. Anyone can mash the throttle on the straights. I would do a rebuild and gearing as suggested by someone else. Adding weigh like an sc would make it feel like a completely different bike I think. Better yet leave the duc as is and turbo that BMW. That would he more fun imo.
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Corner speed is where its at anyway. Anyone can mash the throttle on the straights. I would do a rebuild and gearing as suggested by someone else. Adding weigh like an sc would make it feel like a completely different bike I think. Better yet leave the duc as is and turbo that BMW. That would he more fun imo.
I have no problem with corner speeds, it is right after i exit the corner where the 1098 needs improvement!

The s1000rr has enough top speed already so i will just leave it alone, maybe change the gearing for a little more torque but i am happy with the engine so far, who knows.... maybe 6 months down the road when i am used to the bike i will be looking into doing some engine mods to it lol
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I have no problem with corner speeds, it is right after i exit the corner where the 1098 needs improvement!

The s1000rr has enough top speed already so i will just leave it alone, maybe change the gearing for a little more torque but i am happy with the engine so far, who knows.... maybe 6 months down the road when i am used to the bike i will be looking into doing some engine mods to it lol

Now we're talking...
Turbo BMW S1000RR 1
381hp out of this Beemer...

http://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/bm...bo-381-hp.html

Holeshot Racing UK is doing the kits....full Motec management system, built motor etc etc... Not cheap though....ofcourse none of this stuff is.

Finish the Duc first, then we'll do this one.....ain't NO BODY gonna pull you on the top end with this.....

(except maybe me.... )
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