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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-23-2006, 02:27 AM Thread Starter
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New MV C.C.

Was online and found a link that has some intersting information on MV's new $125,000 motorcycle....It looks like the same bike with a new engine. anyway heres the link...ENJOY http://www.gizmag.com/go/6314/
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we appreciate that link
it's been talked about around here for weeks
the countdown on the home page of MV is geared to this bikes release as well

i have NO idea why they are making such a big deal out of this UNobtainable machine
ridiculous, in my eyes



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Exactly my thoughts.....i was personally hoping for something NEW.....im getting a little tired of quadrillionth iteration fo F4.....although the Tambo still makes me giddy to look at.
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Yeah, I'd get a kick out of the exclusivity, seeing as I couldn't actually ride it at 310 kph. There's something very scary about the fact that mv sees a market for it.
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Sure you could you would.....you would only need like 2 miles and a smooth surface......oh yeah and giant set of NUTS
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310kph is an interesting number. There is an unwritten agreement among the manufactureres to voluntarily limit top speed to 300 kph (186mph). MV will apparently ignore this agreement by going to 310kph (192mph). Suzuki with their Hayabusa and Kawasaki with their ZX14 can reach this number already if they de-restrict the engine control modules which currently cut power at 300 kph. I wonder if this will escalate.
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i just get a dead link! anyone have the pic?
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I gather they will make only 100 of them...and I bet they sell them. I don't see it as a bad idea from MV's perspective. All the stock bikes are hard to sell, like all the other brands, but the limited editions fly out the door. Ducati sold out their $65k RR's. I forget the numbers, but I think they increased production based on demand. So now MV can claim an even more powerful king of the hill. Don't get me wrong, it's not for me - the front wheel lifting on my F4 @ 12k rpm is all the excitement I can handle. I would much prefer to see a new bike, but I think there is a market and don't see how it hurts the brand.

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Yesterday my wife helped a guy go through our trash (springcleaning stuff). He strapped some hi-fi cables, shelf planks and a yoga mat on his Honda 90 (yes, it's a bike) and rode away. They didn't speak but she said he looked thankful.

How is this related to this thread? It's not really, but MV has gone down in my estimation. I won't be boasting to anyone about MV and especially not the C.C.

Call it an attack of conscience--for me, it's not a bad thing to have sometimes.
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dead link...atleast...it's not working for me...

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