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44 Teeth - 999S Vs F4 312RR

If you have ever seen these guys at 44 Teeth, I quite like them, make some funny videos on their You Tube channel.
Last year they did a budget battle between SRAD 750 and ZX 7R, this time around its 999S Vs 312RR, should be interesting.


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If you have ever seen these guys at 44 Teeth, I quite like them, make some funny videos on their You Tube channel.
Last year they did a budget battle between SRAD 750 and ZX 7R, this time around its 999S Vs 312RR, should be interesting.

It is impossible not to love the 1078. And the power output is incredible. I’m lucky to have one. Thank you for sharing this video clip. I can wait to see the second part.
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worst bike ever rode the 999 & 749. S/R didn't make a diff.
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@GCBC: You better give up on bikes, or learn how to set them up without destroying them. The 999 is lauded as one of the best bikes ever created.

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@GCBC: You better give up on bikes, or learn how to set them up without destroying them. The 999 is lauded as one of the best bikes ever created.<img src="http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/smilies/smoking.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smoking" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/smilies/blah.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Blah" class="inlineimg" />
If we forget about electrical issues the 999 was a great bike. A controversial design but a good balanced machine. I knew some people that ride it at the track and they love it.

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So pumped for this! Love the bikes they chose. I honestly don't think the MV will have the problem drama that they're talking about. Have a feeling like Al might need a few pushes though.

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Can’t fathom how he’s critiquing the F4s handling unless he spent zero time optimising it before setting off.
Bloody entertaining commentary though.

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Can’t fathom how he’s critiquing the F4s handling unless he spent zero time optimising it before setting off.
Bloody entertaining commentary though.
Now that I read your post.....I’m really wondering why the handling issues. My F4 1078 when I think doing one thing (curve) she responds immediately. Of course it is not a light bike to get out of one curve and enter in another one. But a F4 is not a R6....For me 1078RR is very well balanced on cruise speed.

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@GCBC: You better give up on bikes, or learn how to set them up without destroying them. The 999 is lauded as one of the best bikes ever created.
when have I destroyed a bike? thats rather rude. every bike ive had I setup very well including the 749 and 999,which stock were absolutely unrideable they need to much of geometry change and suspension work to even ride quick on the street, not to mention the longest lowest reach and riding triangle ever.

this mv was the only nightmare. nobody even makes racing rearsets for it that are taller as ive been searching endlessly. the lack of parts selection was expected, the lack of engineering and design of said parts was not. The fact it took 3 experts and months to help me get it running because of ECUSTUDIO is nothing short of mind boggling.
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when have I destroyed a bike? thats rather rude. every bike ive had I setup very well including the 749 and 999,which stock were absolutely unrideable they need to much of geometry change and suspension work to even ride quick on the street, not to mention the longest lowest reach and riding triangle ever.

this mv was the only nightmare. nobody even makes racing rearsets for it that are taller as ive been searching endlessly. the lack of parts selection was expected, the lack of engineering and design of said parts was not. The fact it took 3 experts and months to help me get it running because of ECUSTUDIO is nothing short of mind boggling.

The MV is what has me thinking that, rude or not, MVs are some of the easiest bikes to set up and ride...at least in my limited experience.

Additionally to dis the 999 shows a lack of research or the inability to set up a bike that is good right out of the box.

Mind you, this is only an opinion. YMMV

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