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2000 F4 750 Options

Looking as intently as I am to buy an early 750 F4, I see all sorts of modifications to them. Obviously things like exhausts are easily identified as after market items but I see various carbon fibre parts advertised as "original factory parts or "original factory fitted". In 2000, when these bikes were being sold, was there an optional extra list that buyers could order their new purchase with? How do I tell what bike came with what fitted?
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They (F4 750S) did not come with any carbon as a base model mate, but you could buy MV Factory carbon and install it, hence some people calling it "factory carbon" or "factory fitted" done by a dealer at times.
MV used to have, and is now doing it again with the new bikes, a wide range of top quality carbon parts.

Download the manuals, it tells you in there which part where made of which material.

Here's some more info on them too - http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/bikes/mv%20agusta.htm

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The other "tell" for MV Agusta Factory Carbon is a sticker on the back of each peice. As I recall, the sitckers are red with white lettering and either MV Corse or MV Agusta imprinted. Looking for the sticker on the back of the CF peice should let you know.

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The limited edition models, like the Oro and Tamburini, came with factory carbon fiber parts.

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Regardless, new OEM plastics are pretty cheap to replace any crappy carbon with. The only more difficult issue is trying to find an OEM front mud guard which was the dimpled plastic version that only came out with the 2000 model. You can find them with alittle searching though.
At the time the OEM plastics were not considered good looking. More like a carbon rip off. However after recently removing almost all the carbon stuff off my bike and fitting OEM plastics I like the look of it now. Alot of the cheap carbon that 99% of these parts are doesn't deal with the sun well in the longer term.

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I do believe my '02 EVO 3 has that dimpled front fender stock.

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You keep mentioning the carbon and I cant help but keep chining in, what silentservice said, the mv carbon has MV on the back. In my mind factory carbon from tgem days is every bit as original as the painted or plastic. People did indeed order their bike with factory carbon and were only supplied the bike with it fitted from some dealers. It is not as if they were given a handful of spare plastic parts when they ordered carbon. Maybe someone on here can correct me if they know for sure Im wrong. Obe way to find out, chat to Phil about his $24k 0km F4 for sale in gosford, you know the one, and get chatting abput the carbon. He will know, he was a dealer from the early days.
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