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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
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F4s 1+1 and F4

What's the difference between the F4s 1+1 and the F4?
I tried to get some renewal quotes, and they said that the bike isn't listed.
It is a 2000 X' Reg 750 I have. So what model is this?
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-20-2010, 09:08 AM
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From what I can see in Your album I would say You have a F4S 1+1 without foot pegs for the passenger or an F4S with a biposto (1+1) tail. In general there is everything the same except the tail, including frame and the foot pegs.
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Thanks for that.
And is it the Datatool evo alarm that is fitted as standard?
Anyone know this?
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In my opinion was no alarm fitted to the early F4's. Neither my former 2000 nor my current 2001 have an alarm.
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I have the alarm keyfob with the agusta logo on it.
Anyone else know?
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Hi Ed,

I have a 2000 F4 mono and my frame bolt pattern doesn't look the same as yours?
I think yours could be converted biposto.

Where are you in Aberdeen - I used to live in Mastrick.
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I live 40 miles north of Aberdeen.
Did you emigrate to oz?
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Did to take that bike with you, or did you buy it there?
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I had the same problem when I first tried to insure my 2000 F4S.

The insurance database had "F4" and "F4 1+1" on it, but no "F4S".

Quotes for "F4" were astronomical and applicable only to '97 model year so we determined that was for the £38k limited edition Oro.

Quotes for the F4 1+1 were good, but that's the two-seater. Since the F4S is a one-seater, they said they couldn't insure it under the same heading and eventually had to do it in a special category for non-listed bikes which cost me a lot more that the 1+1 quote. (Which was intensely annoying and no amount of arguing and complaining helped..)

They said I should write to them and explain what the model was and where it sat in the price and model range and they could try and get it added before my next renewal. Since this was in 2006 and the model was already 7 years old I suggested that perhaps it wasn't up to their customers to go to such lengths to sort their databases out!!

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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-21-2010, 07:40 AM Thread Starter
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I removed the footpegs myself, so I'm guessing it's a F4S 1+1.
Job done.

Just need to sort some insurance out now. Due on the 3rd June.
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