Considerably simpler than that of theshort-stroke F4 sister, with larger valves, higher compression and200 revolutions higher jubilantly. At the expense of durability, thisshould not go though. Firstly, the new pistons are lighter, on theother hand, the mean piston speed is due to the significantly smallerhubs from now is even slightly lower. What remains is the power thestarter. He coaxed by a short press to pushing a series of four thatthe blend of mechanical scraping and lustful, greedy rattle, the MVis unmistakable. As well as the posh and the processing is stillbeguiling aesthetics.
Now measured 190 hp are still nine morethan in the F4 and a strong word. But also a good bit away fromproclaiming the 201 hp. For everyday benefits of this sheerexcellence is of secondary importance anyway, the wave power curvefalls with significant depression at 5000 rpm as even more seriousconsequence. Because the MV untenrum rather subdued andintermittently releasing their performance.
As we had expected more. Because on theplus side, stand next to the stunning, almost shocking intensesoundscape for the first time very well-mannered load-changereactions. MV is not as fine as before the F4 RR to gas, masteringsharp turns with ease, without creating ugly jerk when acceleratingin the second. This can also growl in sixth gear without complaint bythe city. City traffic is however no real pleasure, because theexhaust heat is butt and thighs too pretty. In the second half of therev band, the animal wakes up in the MV.