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Old 10-15-2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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Default Production figures and models.

I have tried to create an overview of the models MV Agusta has made since 1997 to the present day.

And I need your help to find out:
-Which model I have forgotten.
-The production numbers on the LTD. model.
-And production number on the standard models.
Thank you for your help.

Here comes the F4 models.
1997 F4 Oro LTD. 300pcs.
2000 F4S 750
2000 F4 750 SP-1 Viper LTD. 50pcs. Kit
???? F4 750 Evo2
????F4 750 Evo3
2002 F4 750 Senna LTD. 300pcs.
2004 F4 750SR LTD. 300pcs.
2004F4 750Spr LTD. 300pcs.
2005 F4 1000 Ago LTD. 300pcs.
2005 F4 1000 Tamburini LTD. 300pcs.
2005 F4 1000 Mamba LTD. 300pcs. Kit delivered in three steps.
2005 F4 1000 Veltro Strada LTD. 14pcs.
2005 F4 1000 Veltro Pista LTD. 23pcs.
2005 F4 1000S
???? F4 1000 Corse LTD. 300pcs. Kit??
2006 F4 1000 Senna LTD. 300pcs.
2006 F4 1000R
2006 F4 1080 CC LTD. 100pcs.
2007 F4 1000R 312
2008-9 F4 1078RR 276pcs
2008-9 F4 1078 1+1 1013pcs
2010 F4 MY2010+
2011 F4RR MY2011+
2011 F4 1000 RR edition 50ans école d'aviation de chasse LTD. 11pcs.
2012 F4R MY2012+

Correct me know if I'm wrong on any of the models.

UPDATE... Official USA import numbers:

Gen1 F4 Factory Production Limited Editions:
F4 CC 1080 .... 100 Total Units/29 USA .... MY2006-08

F4 Senna 1000 .... 300 Total Units/93 USA .... MY2006-07
F4 Tamburini 1000 .... 300 Total Units/59 USA .... MY2005-06
F4 Ago 1000 .... 300 Total Units/60 USA .... MY2005

F4 SPR 750 .... 300 Total Units/64 USA .... MY2004
F4 Senna 750 .... 300 Total Units/?? USA .... MY2002
F4 Serie Oro 750 .... 300 Total Units/24 USA .... MY1999-2000
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Old 10-15-2011, 02:16 PM   #2
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Default Here comes the Brutale models.

I need help for the same things here as above.

2004 Brutale Oro LTD. 300pcs.
2004 Brutale S
2005 Brutale Mamba LTD. 300pcs. Kit
2005 Brutale America LTD. 300pcs. Kit
???? Brutale CRC LTD. 300pcs. Kit??
2005 Brutale 910
2006 Brutale 910R
???? Brutale 910R Corse Titanium LTD. 23pcs.
???? Brutale 910R B48 Combat LTD. 2pcs.
2006 Brutale Italia LTD. 124pcs.
???? Brutale Starfighter LTD. 23
???? Brutale Starfighter LTD. 99pcs. Kit
???? Brutale Gladio LTD. 300pcs. Kit
2008 Brutale Wally LTD. 118pcs.
2008 Brutale Hydrogen LTD. 100pcs.
2008 Brutale 989R
2008 Brutale 1078RR
2010 Brutale 990R
2010 Brutale 1090RR
2011 Brutale 990R 150 LTD. 150pcs.
2011 Brutale 920

Correct me know if I'm wrong on any of the models.

F3 models
F3 Oro Ltd. 200pcs.
F3

Brutale B3 675?
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Old 10-15-2011, 02:17 PM   #3
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That would be very interesting data to see.

Though, you must differentiate between Limited Edition models and Kits. Oro, Tamburini, Veltro, Senna, SPR, AGO, CC were limitied editions.

SP-01(viper kit) and Corse are kits, although limited, they are kit to be fitted on any sort of F4.

Same with Brutale; only ORO was LE. All other, like Gladio, America, Starfighter were kits.
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Old 10-15-2011, 02:21 PM   #4
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That would be very interesting data to see.

Though, you must differentiate between Limited Edition models and Kits. Oro, Tamburini, Veltro, Senna, SPR, AGO, CC were limitied editions.

SP-01(viper kit) and Corse are kits, although limited, they are kit to be fitted on any sort of F4.

Same with Brutale; only ORO was LE. All other, like Gladio, America, Starfighter were kits.
Totally agree that we must distinguish between Limited Edition models and Kits.

I'll give it a try. Help me if you want if it is not complete what you write above.
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I honestly don't know the figures about how many kits were produced. I imagine 300 each? And than there were also Basic and Full kits. 300 each or 300 combined?

Also; I think Italia was a kit, and Wally and hydrogen were bikes, so that makes 3 LE for Brutale.

Anyone has data of how many bikes were produced? They said it was about 15,000 of MkI Brutales, but the number was not split among models.


I think they don't even know in the factory
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:44 PM   #6
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I came across something once that there were 301 F4 oros produced, the last being for a Ferrari F1 driver who missed out on a bike from the original allocation.

Australia also has the F4 1000 Nero. This was a limited edition bike with 'AUS F4 Nero xx/21' plaque on the yoke. Pictures of the bike along with the advert can be found at http://gallery.mvagusta.net/emmevi125s/mvf4nero/. Not sure if it was a standard F4 with a plaque affixed by the Australian distributor.

The F4 'special parts'. This bike was available from the manufacturer and there is one in Melbourne. I think the release date was 2000. The pic is from the catalogue. At a guess it was made to showcase MV Agusta special parts, hence the name.

For the kit bikes the following numbers and variations exist. These are the maximum number of bikes so the actual may be less. Some bikes also had optional extras (such as choice of frame colour or rims) as well as customizing options from the Corse catalogue. Also not sure if the total number of bikes applies to each variation or both variations combined. The information is sourced from the MV Agusta sales brochures for the bikes.

Brutale America (750) total 300
full option
base

Brutale CRC (750) total 300
full option
base

Brutale 750 Mamba total 300
full option
base

Brutale Gladio total 300
full option
base
titanium

F4 1000 Mamba total 300
full option
base
titanium
standard unlimited

Brutale 910 Starfighter total 99

F4 Corse total 300
available for 750 & 1000 cc bikes



a limited edition bike was the Brutale presented to the Italian soccer team for winning the world cup. I don't think this bike was available to the general public but I might be wrong.
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I came across something once that there were 301 F4 oros produced, the last being for a Ferrari F1 driver who missed out on a bike from the original allocation.

Australia also has the F4 1000 Nero. This was a limited edition bike with 'AUS F4 Nero xx/21' plaque on the yoke. Pictures of the bike along with the advert can be found at http://gallery.mvagusta.net/emmevi125s/mvf4nero/. Not sure if it was a standard F4 with a plaque affixed by the Australian distributor.

The F4 'special parts'. This bike was available from the manufacturer and there is one in Melbourne. I think the release date was 2000. The pic is from the catalogue. At a guess it was made to showcase MV Agusta special parts, hence the name.

a limited edition bike was the Brutale presented to the Italian soccer team for winning the world cup. I don't think this bike was available to the general public but I might be wrong.
Thanks for a clear and good answer.

I put up 21 AUS F4 1000 Nero for themselves. In Europe and the U.S. I do not think these are LTD. See this is for sale in the United States.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...T#ht_500wt_645


F4 'special parts', I believe is a promo bike. So I'm waiting to get some more info before I bring it up in the list.

The Brutale Italia, I think the first 24-25 bikes were for the Worldcup team and the rest to the open markeddet.
Good if it's someone who knows more about this.
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there were 50 'special parts' bikes made. there is one for sale (may have been sold) which was recently posted on mvagusta.net. It is also known as SP-1.
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there were 50 'special parts' bikes made. there is one for sale (may have been sold) which was recently posted on mvagusta.net. It is also known as SP-1.
It is already included in the setup. Called SP-1 Viper.

Was it this you mean.
http://mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=42446
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