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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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New F4 & new Brute

I wondered if someone knows more about new MV models (F4, Brutale and also 3 cylinders). As motorcycles shows will start soon after summer, perhaps some good spied pics or news could be read already on the net ?
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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 12:24 PM
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Wait untill Milan f5 wink wink

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post #3 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 02:17 PM
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its all speculation and rumour

and if it actually does show at Milan, how much longer will it be until production Zzzzzzzzz

You would think if MV actually wanted to promote and sell bikes they would be up and coming with information


there are a lot of dealers on here and every one seems to be in the know but no factual info

I went through all this shite in 2002 and then in 2003 awaiting a 1000cc, then bit the bullet and bought the EV03, getting sick to death listening to gossip and being let down year after year

If you like the MV David, and can put up with the horrendous waiting time and availability for spares as well as shite back-up, go for it, the F4 is a nice OLD bike



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I agree with f41nxs who knows how long after the Milan launch (ooppppssss) how long it will take to be on sale

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Post MV's SECRET TRIPLE reported in CYCLE WORLD July issue

I got the July issue of Cycle World in the mail today. On page 26 there is a write up about the F3, 675 cc.

They expect the work to continue under Harley ownership, but no word yet on when the bike is expected to debut.

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With Harley's funding and management, I heard a new bike may show up at Milan and be in showrooms in 2010. Right now, the focus (at least for the U.S.) was to clear out left over F4R and 312R on dealer's floors which I think their doing.

I stopped by Pro Italia on Sunday and they said there's been a huge spike for demand on the F4S. They've sold 2 F4S (including my old one) within 30 days.
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Post Scanned the Cycle World Article In

The fairing is kinda strange looking and the headlights remind me of the 999 Ducati.
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Fairing might be strange,but this design may help with the overheating issues everbody is having
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Bike looks good apart from the exhaust,not a big fan of the underleg pipes.The organ pipes should be a MV signiture on every superbike they produce.
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post #10 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 08:51 PM
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Most of the stuff you see is really just some artist's concept which has nothing to do with MV Agusta (or Tamburini).
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