MV Agusta claiming its new F4RR is the most powerful Superbike to date is a brave, bold, statement. Its claimed 201bhp makes it the most powerful Superbike you can buy, pipping the ZX-10’s 200.1bhp. The new short stroke engine has an extra 15bhp over the standard F4, a new ECU, new fuel injection system and electronically controlled variable length inlet trumpets, which lift clear of the throttle bodies at 10,000rpm.
We pitched the new F4RR against its nearest rivals, the Kawasaki ZX-10R and BMW S1000RR, to test top speeds, acceleration and braking on track, actual power outputs and to find out how they perform on the road.
Read the full test in this week’s issue of MCN (September 7), on sale now.
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