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New motor 1K miles F3 675

Well, I'm not sure if I'm the first, but my motor was just removed from my 675 F3 here in WA. Being sent back home to Italy to be investigated. Not sure what I did, but somehow I was granted a new motor. Merry xmas to me!

Under 1900 miles, some backroad riding, occasionally took it to work, and some city riding. Nothing out of the ordinary.

No explanation given besides Agusta decided I needed a new motor.

What's your thoughts?

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Maybe they heard that you weren't having any problems.

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Maybe they heard that you weren't having any problems.
and they decided they want to dissect this gold pieces of the F3 motor then future Trepistonis shall rejoice!!
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Well, I'm not sure if I'm the first, but my motor was just removed from my 675 F3 here in WA. Being sent back home to Italy to be investigated. Not sure what I did, but somehow I was granted a new motor. Merry xmas to me!

Under 1900 miles, some backroad riding, occasionally took it to work, and some city riding. Nothing out of the ordinary.

No explanation given besides Agusta decided I needed a new motor.

What's your thoughts?
Yo, Triple M, (markmarkmark) why was the bike in the shop in the first place? Did it just stop running, would not start or did it go BANG?

Not the first to get a new engine but thankfully it is a very small club. I believe most where top end failures, valve train, in early F3 675ís.

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Did they just turn up at your house?
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