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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-05-2013, 06:05 AM Thread Starter
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Advice for anyone contemplating buying an F3

Based on my experience of just over a week and in excess of 500 miles, just do it. Without any doubt/exception it's the best bike I have owned/own. I liken it to my RS250 but with umph and it does genuinely put a grin on your face (and it's still not been opened up to full chat). It's quick, lightweight, planted, flickable, sounds great and then there's the styling. Wow.

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That is why I have not ridden one. I am afraid I would not be able to stay away.

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I'm slowly leaning away from an 848 to an F3...

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I couldn't agree more. I test rode one a couple of days ago. I rode it for about 180km's used a whole tank of gas. I didn't want to give it back.
It is like my RGV250 but with more than double the hp.
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I'm slowly leaning away from an 848 to an F3...
Having ridden both a fair bit, F3 is better value and better bang for your buck IMO .... It has more spunk.
Whilst not perfect , it's a lot of bike and style for the price.

848 is easier to ride fast and well sorted, but makes the F3 more of a challenge huh

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I have ridden The F-3 on the road and at Sepang Raceway and I can say I loved everything about it .
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