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Part nr of Plastic rear fender of f4 1000 R??

Saw the F4 1000 R Live today and was surpised by the rear fender. I am not a Carbon Fan as everything on my 750 is plastic already I would like to know if anybody knows the part nr of this rear fender.

My dealer could only find the carbon tamburini accessory. thanks







They should have smooth out all the plastic on the R like they did on the brutale. Not that non weavy carbon plastic.

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I don't know, so i can't help you.
But why don't you email MV Agusta in Italy ??

And what's your impression on the R, now that you saw it in person?
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Nice pictures, hb88xx, thanks for posting. where did you see the bike? Are you in Italy?

I agree about the cheap C/F look-alike plastic, they should just be proud with the plastic parts, the 1000R's plastic rear fender looks nice aesthetically, the flat black blends in with the whole rear section of the bike. the chain guard sticks out like a sore thumb... it looks like a poor man's imitation c/f, IMHO.

Sometimes I wonder if the consumer will still worship carbon fiber parts if they did not know C/F was so light, so exotic and so expensive? would they like the look of C/F parts more than nicely finished or painted plastic parts?

it's just a fender after all.

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Interesting find, that rear fender. I also wish to know your impressions on the R! Where is this dealership?
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Saw the F4 1000 R Live today and was surpised by the rear fender. I am not a Carbon Fan as everything on my 750 is plastic already I would like to know if anybody knows the part nr of this rear fender.

My dealer could only find the carbon tamburini accessory. thanks

Hi Hans,

I think only the natural carbon finish and the clear coated finish carbon numbers are posted for that but not yet that plastic one? Newest out is the Senna and 910R owners manuals but no new part numbers that I've heard of? Probably as they suggested above you'd have to call MV?

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Upps,

I lied I found it:

8000A6400 is correct for 1000R


by the way: 8000A5009 is the Corse part for the Senna.

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I am in the netherlands. dealer bruggeman

It's looking stunning, I will probably see in two weeks the senna as well and be able to compare.

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That would look great on the 910R. I wonder if it would fit?
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That would look great on the 910R. I wonder if it would fit?

It will fit. They are all exactly the same swingarm size, only materials for Alu vs Mg differ.

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Question is...how much is it?

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