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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-28-2015, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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What all came new with '07 B 910R?

What goodies came with the 910R from 2007?

Delivered from a dealer i mean.

Thanks for answering.

p.s. what value nowadays for a good, but used MV Corse race-exhaust, complete so the 2 dampers, manifold and cat-replacement?

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The EURO 2007 was the same as the USA 2008 model....that is, Euro3 emissions spec with the change to the 5SM ECU.
It came with a cover and rear stand.....and of course an owner manual.

The 2007 USA model 910R, which was 2006 in other markets, had the 16M ECU and came with a "Corse" exhaust in stainless steel, optional ECU chip for the pipe, cover, stand and (I believe) grip covers.

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Okidokie, thanks for answering!

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The Euro3 models also have 2 fans for cooling, as opposed to the Euro2 models which only have one. Euro3 B4s only have the lambda sond and the exhaust system is "one piece" - i.e. manifolds, cat and silencers are soldered together. In the Euro2 models they are 3 separate components held together by springs.


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