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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-14-2006, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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'02 Senna or '04 SPR

I'm considering the purchase of another MV and ready to pull the trigger on either the '02 Senna or SPR. What's your call and why?

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My vote goes with the SPR, while I prefer the looks of the Senna the SPR has the race engine and IMO is the cream of the 750 crop.
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I'm considering the purchase of another MV and ready to pull the trigger on either the '02 Senna or SPR. What's your call and why?
What a choice!

Senna... my first love affair with MVs... purely gorgeous.
SPR... upgraded spec... ultimate 750.

No loser, but I say Senna... Guess I'm a sucker for those red wheels.


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SPR, IMHO.

why? more performacne.

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I remember someone posting THE FACTS stated by the factory regarding differences in engine internals between the 750 EV2, 3, Senna and SPR. Can someone direct me to the post.

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Your in a very enviable position there. I'd probably choose the Senna, just love those wheels and frame.

Or just get both
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My 2 favorite MV's ever.............including the new 1000's. I just love screaming 750's.

You can't lose choosing either..but I would go with the SPR.
It's the ultimate 750

Happy decision making..you lucky b........
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Man,here in Italy is more actractive SPR.Probably for more performance than SENNA.In Italy is so much difficult to find one SPR available.
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Just being slightly biased, try and find a 750SR, all the performance of the SPR, classic Red/Silver and about AUD$15k cheaper. (Easier to keep clean too!!)
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