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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-12-2010, 05:59 AM Thread Starter
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3 Cylinder (F3) spotted again at Almeria

Full report in this Wednesday's MCN

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/Ne...t-is-a-triple/

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The new shots which will be published in MCN on Wednesday April 14 include a fairing-off close-up of the engine showing three exhaust downpipes and a triple-exit silencer in place of a conventional Arrow silencer seen previously.

STOP playing with us and LET US have the damn thing!

Triple exit silencer

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ohhh, i wouldn't mind one of those....
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ohhh, i wouldn't mind one of those....
The triple is the final piece of the jigsaw for me, the wait is KILLING me.


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I tried a Triumph Daytona and Speed Triple this past weekend, and I am completely sold on the engine. Now please, please just build this already with a RSV4-R price and I will pre-order without a moment's thought .
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The MV brand will carry a premium but it is cc class dependant.

So if it a 675 it is directly comparable to the Triumph

A 750 to many Japanese

An 800 is "unique" so more difficult


I would hope an F3 is c8500 ready to go at 675cc

and a Brut version at c1000 less

Look at Triumphs UK configurator to compare


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gimmmmeeee!!!

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That photo looks like a development hack, look at the bungs in the exhaust and the dodgy looking collector box. I know the plastic isn't to be taken seriously, but the plates around the engine and shape of the swingarm look somewhat "unfinished"

Here's hoping that they can bring it to market, even with the ownership question not settled. Are there any major bike shows coming up where they might reveal it?

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Wait till you see the exhaust from the otherside
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MCN have updated there web site today.

Photo shows the exhaust and if you click on full story they have added the videos from the pit wall and on track.

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/

Pit box photo without fairing is in MCN Wednesday
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