Which F4 would you rather have? - MVAgusta.net
View Poll Results: Based upon these choices, which would you rather have and why?
750 SPR 6 16.22%
1000 AGO 7 18.92%
1000 R 24 64.86%
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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-20-2006, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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Which F4 would you rather have?

Yea another "vs." thread...

Thinking about options for the day when im ready to add another bike to my stable. So far i've narrowed it down to the bikes listed in the poll...

The bike will be mainly for mountain twisties duty. Im thinking maybe a 750 would be more suitable. I've not rode the F4-750 however, and the downside is it would most likely be preowned if I find one.

These are the bikes I have in mind:

750 SPR
1000 AGO
1000 R
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If you plan to ride it more than keep it in the garage get the R
If you want it mostly as a "collectable" item get the AGO
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SPR sounds perfect for your use.

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SPR sounds perfect for your use.
I love your (and Pete's) loyalty to the 750

BTW............... you have 999 posts
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Im thinking maybe a 750 would be more suitable. These are the bikes I have in mind:

750 SPR
1000 AGO
1000 R

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SPR for me... got a Senna already.

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the SPR is lighter, and could satisfy the needs quite well, the fastest guy up in the mountains rides a 250.

what's the general status of the SPR bikes? All sold out to private owners? Any "new in the crate" to be found?
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I say SPR as well, I prefer smaller and lighter, esp. on the street, and they are by far one of the coolest MV's, but I refuse to buy used bikes.
I think of it this way, if a car is abused and something goes wrong, you could get stranded. If a bike has a problem and something goes wrong, you could die.
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I love your (and Pete's) loyalty to the 750

BTW............... you have 999 posts
I've ridden 1000, 750 and 750 Senna, SPR......both road and track. My loyalty remains..SPR is my preferred.
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750s are where it's at. 1000s are soooo yesterday - MV and Ducati are both upping the ante to 1100. So SPR, and besides, Black is the new black.
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