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Which limited edition F4?

Hi guys, I've been off the forum for a while, but I'm on the brink of buying another MV. I'm after one of the limited editions. Can you guys advise which of the following had the highest Retail Price RRP, when new?

- F4 1000 Senna
- F4 Ago
- F4 Tamburini

From my research I can see that technically the Senna is the highest spec with regards to the Suspension/Brakes power output, followed by Tamburini then Ago, although I believe the Tamburini has the variable intake Trumpets and also full Carbon bodywork I think?

Have I got that right? And which of the three is generally considered most desirable? I presume it's going to be the one that had the highest RRP when new?

Your opinions are welcome, Thanks!
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Oh boy, here we go again.

The Tamburini was the most expensive and, in my mind, the most desirable.

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Oh boy, here we go again.

The Tamburini was the most expensive and, in my mind, the most desirable.
I'd second that - it's beautiful
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I think nearly everyone here will agree with Chuck.
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Yep, the Tambo is definitely the most desirable....by far!!

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I have always liked the AGO myself.

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Well not everyone agrees with Chuck . The 07 Senna is a spectacular bike
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Tambo by a country mile.

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The Tamburini utilised the periodic table waaaay more than the Senna or the Ago.
Highest RRP when new was the Tambo then the Senna followed by the Ago.
300 units of each were produced.

From memory the Tambo was offered at approximately $42,500.
Senna was $29,990.
Not too sure about the Ago.
Prices are in USD.

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