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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-03-2008, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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Impressed with the "swag"

This is the first MV in my garage, and after purchasing many bikes over the years, I have to say that I'm extremely impressed with the "extras" that are included. No other bike I've purchased came with anything significant, other than the SE V-Rod, included was a nice CVO bike cover, and a costume jewelry ignition key.

My first pleasant surprise was the rear track stand that is included, yesterday a box arrived via UPS containing a small pad (where does this attach?), trickle charger, and a very, very nice Red & Silver MV Agusta Brutale bike cover.

Actual useful items (for me anyway), what a concept!

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Hmmm, I never got the pad, trickle charger nor did I get a cover.
What are you really SUPPOSED to get from the dealer?

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What does the pad look like? possibly for alternate battery installation?

I didn't get my cover (bastards) but the stand and trickle charger were included.

I used to be fast....now I just dream about it.
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What does the pad look like? possibly for alternate battery installation?

I didn't get my cover (bastards) but the stand and trickle charger were included.
The pad is apparently a back pad (according to the MV parts catalog that was also in the box) for an F4, obviously a mistake.

The box of goodies was sent to me by my dealer, but it was an MV box and on top it says "Kit B4S 910 USA". I don't know if this is something they put together, or if it was simply forwarded to me by them. Regardless, I'm jazzed...the box contained a "special parts catalog", the pad, trickle charger, and one of the nicest and coolest looking bike covers I've seen. I looked through the catalog and saw it pictured in it, Red and Silver with MV Agusta on the side and the Brutale logo on the top near the rear...probably a spendy item.

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The cover should have come with mine...I bought one off another forum member. The catalog I got. Too bad most of that stuff is no longer available......yes, some nice stuff comes with an MV. Some dealers hold it back and sell it as extras. You bought your bike from an honest dealer.

Enjoy, just beware of "Carbon Sickness"....very costly to cure.

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The cover should have come with mine...I bought one off another forum member. The catalog I got. Too bad most of that stuff is no longer available......yes, some nice stuff comes with an MV. Some dealers hold it back and sell it as extras. You bought your bike from an honest dealer.

Enjoy, just beware of "Carbon Sickness"....very costly to cure.
Yes, I'm impressed with my dealer (Fay Myers, Denver CO), they could have held everything back, and I'd have never known.

As far as "Carbon Sickness"...it has already began, big box of fun arrived from eMoto tonight (every item I ordered looks great, and arrived when promised). Lots of CF and assorted other items including the MV Corse full Ti exhaust system and Race ECU.

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Nice Stable

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I like your stable. I too have a V-Rod & a 910S. Both Great bikes!

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The "pad" is for sticking in your britches. Just ask Randy. He wears one. Oooops, I forgot. His is for a unrinary tract malfunction. Sorry I "outed" you Randy. Poor old geezer.

I got mine. Boy do I ever got mine.
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I like your stable. I too have a V-Rod & a 910S. Both Great bikes!

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Thanks G, I wholeheartedly agree

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The "pad" is for sticking in your britches.
hmmmm...it's threaded, must attach to "Special Parts MV Britches"?

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