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MV Agusta is an "s" or ordinary

Today I bought a 2006 MV F4 1000 in Silver and Blue would anyone know how I find its full spec ie S model engine size and trim/spec level
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Not sure what you mean but that engine is supposed to have 166 hp.

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Today I bought a 2006 MV F4 1000 in Silver and Blue would anyone know how I find its full spec ie S model engine size and trim/spec level
Congrats on the purchase
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Not sure what you mean but that engine is supposed to have 166 hp.
just that in some descriptions they are f4 1000 s and others are just f4 1000 is there a specific model designation ?

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Not sure if there is/are any regional differences but (IIRC) and according to the Australian bikepoint.com.au bike valuation tool, 2006 F4 is a F4 1000 S, a plain F4 1000 is a second gen F4 bike from 2010 onward.

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just that in some descriptions they are f4 1000 s and others are just f4 1000 is there a specific model designation ?
Ah yes indeed. There is no difference. The R that came in 2006 was the first different one.
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Some more help, but Erik is spot on. MV Agusta Motorcycle Specifications

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