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BMW Alpina

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Motocorse Japan post interesting evolution of their StreetFighter V4:

Left Picture still using STOCK Ducati Lower Triple Clamp, while the RIGHT picture was using Motocorse Lower Triple Clamp. From what I know so far, the Lower Triple Clamp of StreetFighter V4 is the same as the Panigale V4 ;)
I was so tempted initially, but, after carefully comparing the pictures again, I still think the STOCK Ducati lower triple clamp looks the best due to it's black color and the 2 "windows" allowing the Gold Ohlins finish peeking between it 🤩...
So, I guess I will stay with the stock Ducati Lower Triple Clamp for me, however, other might like the Motocorse looks better than out stock triple clamp and if any of you buy it, please post it here, maybe I will change my mind if there is a better picture of it 😁

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More pictures from the side without and with Motocorse lower triple clamp:
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Also notice this bike use the V4R REAR Exhaust Manifold with STOCK Exhaust Silencer (Cat Converter).

Oh, and the rear Ohlins shock is TTX-GP 😍 (picture below shows the Ohlins rear shock remote pre-load adjuster better):
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BMW Alpina

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I'm really curious to know what kind of gains are had by switching to the V4R exhaust manifold. Anyone know anything?
I believe the shorter and more direct pipe will give slightly better throttle response at higher rpm, it's more compact and a bit lighter, spread the heat less to around leg and rear shock area since less area to release the heat.
However, I also think this mean it is unequal length to the front cylinder manifold, so a tune might be best to extract maximum potential...
maybe other can also chime in?
 

NorcalSFV4s

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I wish the pipes flowed with the bottom of the oil pan. SC project deleted my Instagram comment when I asked them if they could make it look like the panigales exhaust where everything flows appropriately. I also asked if the panigales exhaust would bolt up directly to the SF.
 

BMW Alpina

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I wish the pipes flowed with the bottom of the oil pan. SC project deleted my Instagram comment when I asked them if they could make it look like the panigales exhaust where everything flows appropriately. I also asked if the panigales exhaust would bolt up directly to the SF.
Were you asking at the Instagram post of SC-Project (the factory) or SC-Project USA (Motovation)? Also, I believe the system above is their semi complete system since it still use stock headers/manifold.
Perhaps try to email them directly at their official Italy/Factory website to ask the question.
 

BuxV4S

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Brand new to the forum and the Ducati world.. Just traded in my 2014 Yamaha FZ09 for a dark stealth Streetfighter V4S last weekend. Before I took delivery the dealership installed the following:

  • Rizoma reserviors (clutch and both brakes)
  • Rizoma Spy-r mirrors
  • Rizoma fuel cap
  • Futurismoto tail tidy
  • Pazzo levers
  • NRC ring signals
  • Panigale throttle spacers
  • Ducati lowered seat
  • Ducati flyscreen,
  • Front caliper spacers
  • Removed the rear pegs


I'm still waiting for a back ordered Evotech rad guards and heated grips too, and I will most likely get a passenger seat cowl as the next upgrade.
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BMW Alpina

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Brand new to the forum and the Ducati world.. Just traded in my 2014 Yamaha FZ09 for a dark stealth Streetfighter V4S last weekend. Before I took delivery the dealership installed the following:

  • Rizoma reserviors (clutch and both brakes)
  • Rizoma Spy-r mirrors
  • Rizoma fuel cap
  • Futurismoto tail tidy
  • Pazzo levers
  • NRC ring signals
  • Panigale throttle spacers
  • Ducati lowered seat
  • Ducati flyscreen,
  • Front caliper spacers
  • Removed the rear pegs


I'm still waiting for a back ordered Evotech rad guards and heated grips too, and I will most likely get a passenger seat cowl as the next upgrade.
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Hello @BuxV4S ,
Welcome and thank you for choosing DUCATImodified forum,
That is a beautifully sharp looking Streetfighter V4S with nice tasteful and effective modifications (y)
Many forum members like to keep track of their modifications (have some kind of online diary of all the things they done to their bike), so we also encourage you (and if your prefer) to start your own BUILD thread in this section: DUCATI STREETFIGHTER V4 modified "BUILD" threads
Either way, we love to follow your updates, fun adventure and learn from your journey with your Streetfighter V4S 😃
Thanks again
 

BuxV4S

New member
Hello @BuxV4S ,
Welcome and thank you for choosing DUCATImodified forum,
That is a beautifully sharp looking Streetfighter V4S with nice tasteful and effective modifications (y)
Many forum members like to keep track of their modifications (have some kind of online diary of all the things they done to their bike), so we also encourage you (and if your prefer) to start your own BUILD thread in this section: DUCATI STREETFIGHTER V4 modified "BUILD" threads
Either way, we love to follow your updates, fun adventure and learn from your journey with your Streetfighter V4S 😃
Thanks again
Yup will do thanks BMW Alpina.
:cool:
 
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