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2018 f4 rc

Guess they are just going to keep pumping out these "limited" models.
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You beat me with 2 minutes.

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So , what's differant then the 2017 bike??
new colour sceeme??
I wouldn't be able to tell.....
maye those wheels...(plain ugly to me in this red...)

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I don't like the single exhaust on this or the LH44. Or the twin exhausts on the 'original' RC.

I'm glad now I didn't buy an RC a couple of years ago - the limited edition versions will soon be more common that the base F4
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The wheels might look better painted to match the clutch cover...

Or anodised to match the forks..

It could be a dry clutch for a little more exclusivity..

As long as it didn't make as much racket as a bloody Ducati one..

The exhaust...well..I'd like four shorties coming out somewhere behind the belly pan...tucked in tight.

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The wheels might look better painted to match the clutch cover...

Or anodised to match the forks..

It could be a dry clutch for a little more exclusivity..

As long as it didn't make as much racket as a bloody Ducati one..

The exhaust...well..I'd like four shorties coming out somewhere behind the belly pan...tucked in tight.
Hey, some people like the clackity clack of the dry clutch If I knew my wife wouldn't kill me I would buy one
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There is no dry clutch on this RC. It is the exact same bike as RC Motul. The AMG is in a different league.

I tried to buy the dry clutch for my RC but HRC won't be selling any.
Think I'll try to fit a clutch from Ducati. Love the sound.

The F7 sounds interesting but the last F4 Tamburini did will always be legendary.

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There is no dry clutch on this RC. It is the exact same bike as RC Motul. The AMG is in a different league.

I tried to buy the dry clutch for my RC but HRC won't be selling any.
Think I'll try to fit a clutch from Ducati. Love the sound.

The F7 sounds interesting but the last F4 Tamburini did will always be legendary.
What was different with the AMG? I thought they changed the race exhaust and paint schemes.
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The AMG came with a CRC bike stand and full titanium Termignoni exhaust system.

The Motul didn't come with a stand and it was only a SC Project slipon.(that looks terrible)

You get the bike stand with the F3RC, i will try to get 2 stand for it big brother needs one....

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