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Old 04-14-2012, 01:08 PM   #11
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200 If there was no remap on the horizon I don't think I'd be that bothered. Pretty used to the quirkiness below 4k, and could certainly live with it. All good again, nice to get a few miles on it though.
It was freezing though - bit of sun wouldn't go amiss.



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Old 04-15-2012, 11:49 AM   #12
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Owners, riders, other magazine reviewers across the world, Cathcart, Bostrom et al are all irrelevant anyway.......because MCN doesn't like it....and their word is FINAL!
So stop enjoying this bike right now, those who own it!.....and don't even think about buying one if the thought ever entered your head. Go buy a copy of MCN....they'll keep you right.
Anybody currently enjoying this bike...STOP right now...your'e mistaken. Take it back to your dealership immediately and buy something else because you should never have bought it in the first place and if you are enjoying it...then you NEED to wake up from this delusion and consult MCN for counselling and for heaven's sake don't come on to an MV forum and confess your cardinal sin of wanting.... or worse; buying one, because they'll have you certified. No.. best keep your purchase quiet......you have been warned..when it all goes wrong don't come crying to me!... Enjoying this bike is forbidden...and in any case impossible!..IT HAS BEEN DECREED.


Jill I'm soo glad your enjoying your new bike, great reading your thoughts on it and so pleased too you have a mind of your own, may you long continue to keep it that way. And yeah the bike does look great in the red...health to enjoy it.
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Old 04-15-2012, 07:32 PM   #13
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Owners, riders, other magazine reviewers across the world, Cathcart, Bostrom et al are all irrelevant anyway.......because MCN doesn't like it....and their word is FINAL!
So stop enjoying this bike right now, those who own it!.....and don't even think about buying one if the thought ever entered your head. Go buy a copy of MCN....they'll keep you right.
Anybody enjoying currently enjoying this bike...STOP right now...your'e mistaken. Take it back to your dealership immediately and buy something else because you should never have bought it in the first place and if you are enjoying it...then you NEED to wake up from this delusion and consult MCN for counselling and for heaven's sake don't come on to an MV forum and confess your cardinal sin of wanting.... or worse buying one, because they'll have you certified. No.. best keep your purchase quiet......you have been warned..when it all goes wrong don't come crying to me!... Enjoying this bike is forbidden...and in any case impossible!..IT HAS BEEN DECREED.


Jill I'm soo glad your enjoying your new bike, great reading your thoughts on it and so pleased too you have a mind of your own, may you long continue to keep it that way. And yeah the bike does look great in the red...health to enjoy it.
Brian
Absolutely nothing else needs to be added to Brian's post the above - Oh, perhaps an apology for displaying any kind of passion or vainglorious attitude towards the F3 / MV Agusta - the other Cardinal sin!

There's absolutely no place for that kind of thing on a website dedicated to MV Agusta.
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:10 PM   #14
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Absolutely nothing else needs to be added to Brian's post the above - Oh, perhaps an apology for displaying any kind of passion or vainglorious attitude towards the F3 / MV Agusta - the other Cardinal sin!

There's absolutely no place for that kind of thing on a website dedicated to MV Agusta.

So, I guess we need to stick to politics, pretty women, and the mating habits of alternative lifestyle F4 riders.....
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:26 PM   #15
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So, I guess we need to stick to politics, pretty women, and the mating habits of alternative lifestyle F4 riders.....
That's certainly far less controversial, Randy!

You & I agree pretty much on all those things, politics (although you are bit more right wing than I), pretty women (no dispute there at all) & everytime time you write F4 rider - I actually read "Brutie rider" - so we STILL find ourselves in agreement
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:57 PM   #16
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You & I agree pretty much on all those things, politics (although you are bit more right wing than I)......

I'm center right Rob.....far, far, far from hard right.
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Old 04-15-2012, 10:34 PM   #17
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Sorry wrong direction! Having coffee in Forza Italia Silverstone!


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So, I guess we need to stick to politics, pretty women, and the mating habits of alternative lifestyle F4 riders.....
Spot on as usual ........Hope the ride was brilliant
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