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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-22-2014, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Currently a 2010 Aprilia RSV4 Factory owner looking for a second bike.

Can someone explain the F4, years and versions, I'll not be able to afford a brand new one, but need to know what to look out for, I always go for the race "factory" type is there an equivalent? the "RR" ?

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Hi Mate, here's a pretty good summary http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/bikes/mv%20agusta.htm

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Hello and welcome to the forum Mr Jarvis.

Donsy, has you covered with the model specs.

Do you get down the Ace Cafe often?

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I always go for the race "factory" type is there an equivalent? the "RR" ?
MV's response is, "How much you got? We got you covered."


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Hello and welcome to the forum Mr Jarvis.

Donsy, has you covered with the model specs.

Do you get down the Ace Cafe often?

I only live 10 minutes down the road from "The Ace" my local haunt you'll pretty much see me there most (dry) weekends .


Looking at pre owned and people are bouncing about MY10 any good?

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Looking at pre owned and people are bouncing about MY10 any good?
More comfortable, easier to ride. Doesn't have the class or presence of the original design (99-09), IMHO.

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More comfortable, easier to ride. Doesn't have the class or presence of the original design (99-09), IMHO.
And the exhaust is fugly.

Regarding my earlier response, with the "early" F4s there are TONS of options for special, up-market models. They are expensive but if you wanted a limited run, optioned out (although compared to many bikes on the market even my lowly 750 came optioned out) models. 312s, Sennas, SPRs, Veltros, Tamburinis, CCs. It really just depends on how hard you are willing to look and how much you want to spend.


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what can i get for 8K then?


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Sadly, probably none of those I listed (maybe a Senna or 312, not sure about the market in your currency). Id think you could get a later 1000, even in "standard" form you get power, great brakes and adjustable bits.


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Rob.....go here. http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=77193

There's a current thread touching on some of the differences between early and late bikes. Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your stay.

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