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Mileage high starting f4 2013

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any of you used your f4 2013 onwards on track or circuit ?? such is their performance ?? which is the highest mileage of 2013 onwards f4 ?? There are some with more than 10,000 kms ??
I heard that in Europe the engine is damaging about 7000 kms ...... someone had a problem with the f4 model 2013 or later ??

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What??? Nooooooooo! I got 500 miles on mine so far.

'14 F4 RR ABS Pearly White/ Deep Black (13K miles still rolling, Haha!)
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hope not, bought mine because i heard mechanical reliability is on a par with Japanese bikes...
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not want to speculate on this, but I've heard that several engine problems has occurred in these models, remember that my engine broke the 7000 kms of normal use, soon I will have a new engine, but I'm not too sure about the this quality
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But the advertising says the engine is built to extremely high precision by the most skilled hands and in a way that only MV Agusta can....

'14 F4 RR ABS Pearly White/ Deep Black (13K miles still rolling, Haha!)
'13 Panigale S ABS (18.5K miles SOLD)
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But the advertising says the engine is built to extremely high precision by the most skilled hands and in a way that only MV Agusta can....
With all possible respect, I have little doubt about the quality of the new models of mv agusta so before mentioned, as a friend of Europe told me too engines alla were having problems, it is only my humble opinion, I have a 2007 f4 seven years ago and the engine is perfect I've never had problems with the
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I have 6500 km on my 2013 F4RR - that is mostly track use. Some problems with gearbox, but no engine problems so far

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My 2013 RR has 5,000km on it. And all engine parts are still in the correct place!
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Italian manufacturing isn't known for quality. They are more in the business of design. Moving ones soul, check; moving ones butt around reliably, eeeh not'a so much'a!
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Italian manufacturing isn't known for quality. They are more in the business of design. Moving ones soul, check; moving ones butt around reliably, eeeh not'a so much'a!
I don't consider this as a true statement.
My Italian toys have been more reliable than my Japanese bikes, and my german cars!
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