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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 08-06-2006, 02:38 AM Thread Starter
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F4 1000 S replaced by F4 1000 R

I got some interesting information yesterday. According to the source the F4S is being replaced be the F4R... that might also explain the small price difference between the F4S and F4R.

Anyone that have been hearing the same?

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post #2 of 55 (permalink) Old 08-06-2006, 03:19 AM
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F41000S is being replaced by R model this was stated in several magazines including MCN the R is now the base model ?.
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F41000S is being replaced by R model this was stated in several magazines including MCN the R is now the base model ?.
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OK, I've only seen the pre-production photos of the red/silver R models anyone seen how they actually will look like when they are in production?

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that makes sense... no one would have gone for the 1000S if the 1000R was only $1k more.

it's about time that they put the radial set up on all the MVs, but no more OEM star wheels?!

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the star wheel was my reaction as well... Thats why I wanted to see production photos.

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Brembo Superlights are nice and light, but the star wheels are almost as much part of the original MV design as the pipes.

hmm, I wonder if they will replace the 910 with the 910R also?

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post #7 of 55 (permalink) Old 08-06-2006, 05:15 AM
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I like the 5 spoke wheels too, I don't see why they couldn't produce R's with either option on the wheels.


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Maybee... but the 910R is not sold other then blck at the moment but who knows Here in Sweden the price difference is bigger between 910S and 910R then between 1000S and 1000R but who knows.

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they(MV) are running out of ideas... what's next? a 1000Q?

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hmmmmm
that is quite odd, actually
if ducati can sell a 999 and a 999S and the 999R.....
why can't MV realize that they can sell 2 levels of bikes?

with the 999s being 18K in the US.... the problem is that the M4S ought to be closer to THAT price, allowing the M4R to be 22-23K, like the 999S.

If MV wants to get more bikes in the hands of folks in this country and take away some of the Ducati love here in the US.... they need to compete more, from a cost standpoint.

perhaps the M4R will come out at 23K and they will bring out another liter bike 5K cheaper..... that would only make sense



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