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2010 MV Agusta F4ís Recalled for Faulty Air Filter

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i think MV are handling the situation quite well...
immediate recall, no charge for replacement.

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Isn't that how all recalls are handled?

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i think MV are handling the situation quite well...
immediate recall, no charge for replacement.
Huh...no one should ever have to actually pay for any recall, on any bike?

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66 total bikes..........or is that 66 bikes in the USA market? which is probably every one imported so far.

Sounds like a small batch supplier quality issue as opposed to a design problem.

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66 total bikes..........or is that 66 bikes in the USA market? which is probably every one imported so far.

Sounds like a small batch supplier quality issue as opposed to a design problem.
Exactly what I was thinking. At least they caught it early.

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This had something to do with a PB test rider carting off into the scenery on a 2010 F4; stuck throttle bodies. He reported the experience to be quite frightening.

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New model....with recalls. What a surprise.

It's to be expected.

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Huh...no one should ever have to actually pay for any recall, on any bike?
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