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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-26-2016, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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The first F4 1000cc?

Hey all,
I'm looking to buy one of the first mv agusta F4's that came out in a 1000cc. I'm just curious what year I should be looking for. I know they started as a 750 then changed to a 1000 in the early 2000's but just don't know when exactly.
I have found a bike that he states is a
2004 MV Agusta F4 1000 S 1+1 [MY2004]

If anyone can tell me if this is correct and if this is one of the first or is the first F4 1000cc, I'd appreciate it very much.

Thanks all.
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Yup. 2004 F4 1000S. I had one. Built in 04 but labelled as an 05

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So was the 2004 the first or just one of the first?
How did u like it?
Worth me buying?
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Ask for the VIN (frame number).
It's a 17 letter / number set that is found on the RHS of the head stock.
The 10th digit, which will be a number, is the year of manufacture. 4 for 2004, 5 for 2005 etc. If they are hesitant to give you the entire VIN, which is understandable, ask for the 10th digit.
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So was the 2004 the first or just one of the first?
How did u like it?
Worth me buying?
To answer this question, well the first part, yes - 2004 was the first year that the 1000 cc F4 was manufactured.

Worth buying? Totally depends on the price / condition / mileage etc....

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Mine was worth it because it had 100km on it and I only paid $8500 Canadian. Basically stole it. Got paid out $17,000 when some dipshit stole it. It was a blue and silver model.

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As The_castle stated, 2004 was the year of the 1st 1000cc F4, but depending on where you are in the world, it might have only starting selling there in 2005.

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I thought the F4 Ago was the first 1000cc F4 as is the custom for MV to kick off a new model line with a special edition.
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I thought the F4 Ago was the first 1000cc F4 as is the custom for MV to kick off a new model line with a special edition.
where both in the same year 2004. Ago was planned as a 750, but became the sr750 and agos got the 1000s engine
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I had one of the very first 1000 delivered in may 2004.
It was the best MV ever so far!

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