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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-22-2017, 07:33 AM
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Chris - Hi and welcome! Full of knowledge on here and some great people

I know that white one well and think you have done better off with the black one (Although I do prefer the looks of the white one a bit more despite constantly cleaning the wheels!)

You will have loads of fun on that but I do highly recommend a slightly more open exhaust as it does change the MV sound completely

I also am 99% sure I know the first owner of the black one. I recognise the carbon RSR scoops and grey sticker on the side

One bit of advice - tilt the plate on the black one so its similar to the white one pictured or the first time you hit any bump you'll rip the plate off with the tyre

Anyways enjoy

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Hi there,

Welcome to the forum mate. The black Dragster is my favourite MV it's a great colour scheme. I don't own one.......yet. Agree 100% on the exhaust, go aftermarket and let that sound out.

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I have just bought a Dragster RR 2016 as well. Would you know how to change the ABS level I have no problem turning it on or off it's just setting the level I havent worked out.

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I have just bought a Dragster RR 2015 as well. Would you know how to change the ABS level I have no problem turning it on or off it's just setting the level I havent worked out.

I think I'd start with the owners manual. but I'm sure someone here will be able to help.

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Thanks, I checked the manuals on line but couldn't find the exact year for my bike 2016 the ones I did find helped with everything except the ABS level. The main display has a small circle with the figure 1 in it just like the traction control level display, I'm sure some one will have a user manual and can help out. Thanks again.

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If it's anything like the ABS on the Turismo (the same Bosch 9 Plus system) then it's just 0 and 1 (off or on). They must have been thinking in boolean logic...

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I have just bought a Dragster RR 2016 as well. Would you know how to change the ABS level I have no problem turning it on or off it's just setting the level I havent worked out.
You wanna hear the good news or bad news?

Good news is YES it can be turned off which is great as many sports bikes cant

Bad news is unlike the F3 it has road or off not the race/sport of the F3

That means that its basically a pig to have on if you track or ride fast on the road. For day to day riding and a faster bimble you'll have no problem but if you are a quick rider or use on track you'll find it a right pain in the ar*e

I messaged MV Agusta direct on this about a year ago and they replied saying thank you and that they would feed the info to R&D...and that was the last I heard

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You wanna hear the good news or bad news?
I messaged MV Agusta direct on this about a year ago and they replied saying thank you and that they would feed the info to R&D...and that was the last I heard
Is the problem not that the Bosch ABS works independently. If the ABS unit has not been programmed by Bosch with the dual levels, nothing MV does with that particular unit will help. At best it would need an update to the Dash to add in the race option and an update by Bosch to the ABS unit (I doubt that would occur). I don't know if the ABS unit on the Dragster is the same basic version as those on the F4 and F3, if not then it would need to be changed.

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Thanks for letting me know it will save a lot of time looking around trying to figure out something that's not available on the dragster, the reason I was looking is when the ignition is turned on and during the initial checking phase it goes from zero to eight then back to one.

Thanks again for the help, this is the first time I have used the forum and it's good to link up with other owners.
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