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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-01-2017, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Well i can see that it has for sure been ported and looks like the enginr has been apart before looking at the rtv squeezed out between the cases and what not.. I am sure that the bike itself is not an oro, but there are some suspect pieces on the bike. Air ducts are pure carbon and until i strip the crap paint from the fairings to find out if they are carbon or fiberglass maybe those also. The undertail is carbon as well.
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-03-2017, 08:18 AM
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All the carbon parts You mentioned where easily available from MV Agusta Corse at first and later by other Carbon Bakeries.
My F4S has MV Agusta Corse CF front fender + Air Dam, Air Ducts, Tank, Air Box, Battery Tray, Under Seat Tray, Tail unit, Fairing Stays.
Some other manufacturers CF as the little Air Box covers, upper and lower chain guard, radiator guard,...
Expensive but still today available.
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Oh ok, thats good to know
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post #14 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-09-2018, 02:59 AM
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Originally Posted by haupti View Post
But the S has the better engine I would say.
The Evo 2 / Evo 3 / SPR and SR engines are superior so far as clutch and piston engineering changes that were made in 2001.
There are other slight differences too such as the intercooler but no big deal.
They make a little more horsepower too thanks to revised valve angles.

To live with, the Oro would drive you nuts as it only has one radiator (although heavily ducted).
The SPR and SR have hand ported heads and 500 more RPMs to play with, but their tall and gearboxes are less enjoyable than the standard ratios I hear. Also no magnesium or carbon goodies which is odd - it's a heavy bike, especially for a racebike. Same weight as the GSXR750 of the era, 20kg lighter than the ZX7R, but 30kg heavier than the RSV Mille (all measurements I've made).

IMO all 750's need the cam chain tensioner upgrade (see numerous legacy posts) and benefit from improved cooling measures.

So in conclusion, the thread starter has a standard 750 motor with normal production markings used by the subcontractors. If its got a 15T sprocket fitted as original then it's an Evo2/3 motor.

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post #15 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-15-2018, 08:14 PM
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Does anyone happen to know the production number for the 2000 Mv 750? Last I knew it was around 330 and out of that 180 made it state side. I have no clue if those numbers are correct but thats what I remember. Thanks
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