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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-11-2007, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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High res F41000S "nero" pic needed

Does anyone have a high res studio shot of the MV F41000S in black? I've looked through every available MV page and cannot find a high res version. I specifically need the studio side shot of the bike for a bit of photoshop work/pre-planning. If someone has it archived on their hard drive, please send me a pm and I'll send my e-mail address to you.

Thanks and I really appreciate it!

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Is this any good for you.

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Hi mate

I have some photos of my matt black MV F41000s - i'll send you them, haven't a clue how to pm you though !!
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Xbenelli, not too bad as the background is fairly clean. I like the official studio shots because they're very well lit and the lighting is quite flat which makes manipulation a bit easier!

To send me a PM, click on my forum name and under contact info, you have two choices; e-mail or personal message. I'll send you a personal message. To get to your own PM's, there's a link at the top of the page under where it says "Welcome, Stealth." Click on it and it'll take you directly to your personal message folder.

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Does anyone have a high res studio shot of the MV F41000S in black? I've looked through every available MV page and cannot find a high res version. I specifically need the studio side shot of the bike for a bit of photoshop work/pre-planning. If someone has it archived on their hard drive, please send me a pm and I'll send my e-mail address to you.

Thanks and I really appreciate it!
Don't have any pics, but I saw one in the shop recently.

I thought it was a SPR at first - got to say it looked cheap and very boring in matt black, IMHO.

I'd go for the glossy "sinister" black F4R, a much better looking bike with higher quality components. If I was getting an S model, I go for the classic red/silver.

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Contrary to your opinion (which you are definately entitled to), I believe the matte F4-1000 looks nice. I like all colors that the F4 comes in (some more than others), but I believe that the matt black keeps the stealthy appearance of the SPR which I love dearly, and resembles the Veltro (Which; duh, I like). I also like the fact that it is the only F4 in which doesn't bother me when it has a rear seat. The colors match pretty well, so it looks like a mono.


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Thanks Tambo, that's exactly what I was looking for!

You know, I looked at the red/silver and the black/gray "R" Doc, and I did like the red better. With that said, I remember when I first saw the nero "S" for the first time and I had to force myself to breathe! The only problem with the black bikes...no one sees them. As much as I hate to admit it, Kawasaki probably did a really smart thing offering bikes in that lava red and neon green. Black bikes get nice and hot here in Florida too!

Anyway, just need the pic to "experiment" a bit. I have this problem where I can't leave anything alone. Everything is a blank canvas.

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got to say it looked cheap and very boring in matt black

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Thanks Tambo, that's exactly what I was looking for!

You know, I looked at the red/silver and the black/gray "R" Doc, and I did like the red better. With that said, I remember when I first saw the nero "S" for the first time and I had to force myself to breathe! The only problem with the black bikes...no one sees them. As much as I hate to admit it, Kawasaki probably did a really smart thing offering bikes in that lava red and neon green. Black bikes get nice and hot here in Florida too!

Anyway, just need the pic to "experiment" a bit. I have this problem where I can't leave anything alone. Everything is a blank canvas.

my album has about a dozen high res, full screen, photos of my bike.
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