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post #1651 of 1669 (permalink) Old 10-14-2019, 01:17 PM
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what is that kickstand?! mine (stock?) is crap and leans the bike way over more than i feel comfortable with. im always looking for a rock to puut under or higer pavement.

That's a Moto Corse kickstand.
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hard to beat mondays spent at Barber on track
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That's a Moto Corse kickstand.
Yes this stand does seem a bit short and makes the f4 seem to lean a lot more than other bikes. My low tech solution was to use a small block of wood. (....which, of course, makes it a witch)

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You can retrofit a +10 F4 kickstand which is about 3/4" taller.

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You can retrofit a +10 F4 kickstand which is about 3/4" taller.
Thank you for the suggestion

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Heres the 2002 F4 my girlfriend and I restored over the last year. We had a fantastic day at the track and will be making this a regular thing. (thats me behind her).
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Yeah, not a fan of the Moto Corse fasteners. Just like the Pro-Bolt, they get loose after awhile. Haven't sat down and adjusted them. I have a spare set of OEM fasteners in storage that I need to grab and polish. Good thing you didn't notice the scrape on the front fender reflector decal! Bike still has less than 1000 miles and my commute is a measly 8 miles, but she's a rider.



just squeeze the loop tightly and it should hold in place
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just squeeze the loop tightly and it should hold in place

The titanium isn't as malleable or memory conducive as the aluminum ones.

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Please share where you acquired the Moto Corse fasteners? I myself would like to purchase 3 sets. Thanks!

They came on the bike I bought and it seems they've been unavailable for awhile. https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/12-f4...-fastners.html

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The stainless are a lot less expensive and just as nice looking
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