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post #231 of 1590 (permalink) Old 05-03-2012, 04:47 AM
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On my way on Saturday to look at my bike. Will then update on the exhaust and mapping, hopefully with images. Can anyone confirm how images are attached. Thanks
Assuming that you have the pix already uploaded on your PC. When posting click on advanced and then scroll down to manage attachments. If not on the PC I suspect that you just search for pix you want to upload from your removable storage device.

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If mine are a little wonky they are coming off the bike and I will straighten them myself, if I can that is, I dont have much choice really, i'm not cancelling as i have waited too long and really want this bike

If it has wonky pipes just get it on record when you collect the bike and arrange for them to rectify at first service.

Fiddling with it yourself could void warranty..

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I can remember someone giving me a real hard time a few weeks back for even mentioning such things!!

"Pissing on other peoples parade" I think was the sort of terminology used!

I now scratch my chin and wonder if it was me? or 'is it' in all reality MV Agusta themselves who are in fact pissing down their own leg?

For all of you that have fueling issues and zorsts that are other than symmetrical don't worry, I have no doubt whatsoever that MV Agusta will in due course sort these problems out for you, it just a great shame that these niggles even exist in the first place.

I still love the looks of this little bike and am still looking to own one in the near future.



I'm waiting for the 900 Ade..love the svelte lines and light weight of this bike...but I want the grunt lower down the rev range as I'm more used to.

I'd love a little spin on a 675 though

You never know I might change my mind
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I'm waiting for the 900 Ade..love the svelte lines and light weight of this bike...but I want the grunt lower down the rev range as I'm more used to.

I'd love a little spin on a 675 though

You never know I might change my mind
Toying with a test myself Joe, I think it will be a fun bike, the 750F4 was like that, massive fun when 'going for it' but a little tireing when your cold. have had enough and your just going home and still having to stir it up with the gear lever

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Photo of my present bike, if the uploading of an image is successful, images of the F3 exhaust pipes will appear at the weekend
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Photo of my present bike, if the uploading of an image is successful, images of the F3 exhaust pipes will appear at the weekend
That is one sweet looking bike.................I just love that colour combination too!!


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And it is up for sale. Immaculate would be an under statement!!!!!
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And it is up for sale. Immaculate would be an under statement!!!!!
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I came very close to buying one in blue with the gold wheels.



It would have matched my car, hehe




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I came very close to buying one in blue with the gold wheels.



(photo taken just after I'd signed the deal back in 2006)
If you had the money you did well to resist! Very nice indeed!
I must admit when I was looking at bikes it was a toss up between an MV and the above bike in that colour, not many MV's about, plus I had spent yrs wanting one, so guess which won.

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