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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-01-2006, 01:24 AM Thread Starter
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Just bought my first MV

Thanks for the advice about F4's in the last few days guys.

Here she is, a 2000 F4 750. I ended up paying $9K.

It's got integrated turn signals, carbon fiber everywhere, an aftermarket ECU and an exhaust (w/o cat/baffles supposedly). The only drawback is the messed up belly pan, which you can see in these photos.

This thing is a blast to drive!!!

I have a million questions that I'll ask tomorrow. Right now I need to sleep.

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Looks like a beauty! Congrats
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Congratulations!!

Did the seller/dealer give you any information on aftermarket exhaust and ECU?

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Wow it looks real nice and clean. Good luck with it.
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she's a beauty
1000 congrats to you
nice price, too
i hope you have a great rest... then.... get up and ride your new baby

please tell us a story or 2 about those early rides... we'd love to hear about them



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Congradulations. I think that exhaust is the RG3 which is MV Agusta's upgraded exhaust and also comes with a chip. If it is, that's a good thing since it's really a factor upgrade and not just any aftermarket.

The damage of the belly pan doesn't look too bad. It was only noticeable from the full sized picture.

Once again, congrads and it looks like you got it for a really good price.
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Whoooooohooooo

Congrats and the best of luck with it
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post #8 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-01-2006, 12:12 PM
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Nice bike,now fix that rear hugger thats running on the tyre.
That is common with Casoli hugger, refit with a spacer between the hugger and swingarm on the horizontal bit below the mounting by the suspension bottle adjuster.
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Congradulations. I think that exhaust is the RG3 which is MV Agusta's upgraded exhaust and also comes with a chip. If it is, that's a good thing since it's really a factor upgrade and not just any aftermarket.

The damage of the belly pan doesn't look too bad. It was only noticeable from the full sized picture.

Once again, congrads and it looks like you got it for a really good price.
The exhaust has both the Arrow and MV Agusta engravings on it. Does that mean anything?
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Nice bike,now fix that rear hugger thats running on the tyre.
That is common with Casoli hugger, refit with a spacer between the hugger and swingarm on the horizontal bit below the mounting by the suspension bottle adjuster.
exactly! Fixing the rear hugger and modifying the quickstand are the first things I'm going to do.

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