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hi there , it is my first time to post here and i want to ask you guys who own f4 about the bike and its quality and maintenance , i live in the gulf and i am planning to buy one because it is just absolute exotica , i had FireBlade 2009 it was stunning and now i am planning to get the best in term of look and being rare , i just love the total feeling of the agusta , the 1199 ducati is on my mind but still not as much as i want f4 , do you guys have something to say as someone coming from japan world , i will really be happy if you give me some answers .
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Most require some tuning to get the best performance for the street.
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Based on my experience Hondas are easier to work on.
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Based on my experience Hondas are easier to work on.
Not a CBR 1000RR, I did the spanner work for a mate last year, he can keep it.

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Great bikes.
High quality
Outstanding chassis and handling.
Very easy to work on (much easier than Honda or Ducati)
Most require some tuning to get the best performance for the street.
Intoxicating sound
Nothing looks better
You will immediately start looking at expensive tid-bits from Moto Corse and others just so you can give her jewelry to wear.

Welcome to the forum.
thanks a lot for your input , great to hear what you say but what about the maintenance is it easy to work on by my self if needed because the dealership gonna be 5 hours drive away from my area , and do i have to worry about any heat issues like ducati . thanls a lot your answers will help alot .
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Based on my experience Hondas are easier to work on.

as you read from my post i already had one and they are really easy to maintain and ride but you really cant find something that can talk to your soul , i hope i make the right choice by going with MVA.



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