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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
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2013 F4 RR BIPOSTO 4k Miles

Unfortunately it took me a few thousand miles to realize that ride by wire isn't really that great for a city commuter. None of the F4's are, actually, but I still prefer the 1st gens. I've finally found my target bike (1078 312RR) and so I'm selling this. She has the most recent map with up and down quickshifting. Very smooth. Never had a single issue with the bike. No tank bulge as this one was replaced pro-actively under warranty by the dealer. Comes with a few carbon fiber and CNC add-on and if you search my previous threads, I still have some of the aftermarket parts. They could be worked into the deal if desired. Title is clean, clear, and in my name. Have both keys, a welcome kit, and the original parts for anything that was upgraded. 11750
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 07:48 PM
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That’s gorgeous!
Shame is too early for me, was planning to look for an f4 this coming winter.
Hope to see you riding around
Best of luck!
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That thing is gorgeous! Timing is alllll bad for me though. I'd totally be all over this if I could. This won't last long at all.

Has this bike had the factory re-mapping done?

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Thatís gorgeous!
Shame is too early for me, was planning to look for an f4 this coming winter.
Hope to see you riding around
Best of luck!
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That thing is gorgeous! Timing is alllll bad for me though. I'd totally be all over this if I could. This won't last long at all.

Has this bike had the factory re-mapping done?



Thanks guys. EffeB I'll msg you. We do a few MV/Ducati rides locally.



Turbo329, the map that allowed downshifting was flashed at the dealer. I don't know know if there's a later version, but I'll check. It would be good for me to know, for sure.

2009 F4 RR 1078 312
2005 F4 Tamboweenie
2005 F4 1000S
1999 Aprilia RS50
1996 Ducati 916
1959 MV Agusta TREL 125 Centomila

PAST - 2013 F4RR, 2008 F4 312R, 2005 F4 1000S, 1999 F4 750 S
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Turbo329, the map that allowed downshifting was flashed at the dealer. I don't know know if there's a later version, but I'll check. It would be good for me to know, for sure.

Yes, there was a mapping released for these bikes to make the fueling less abrupt and the 10k rpm power spike less noticeable. MotorcycleUSA had a video on it back when they were making videos .

Other than that I don't really have other details. I'll try and find the video.

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No need, I remember the video. I believe that the current map on the bike is two revisions past the twitchiness. I didn't feel any of it on this bike, however I also don't do holeshots from light to light.

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Price drop to 11750.

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This is gorgeus! I want a GEN 2 now.....
MV Arthur and Precipice like this.

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esq'z me and gotojoe like this.

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2005 F4 1000S
1999 Aprilia RS50
1996 Ducati 916
1959 MV Agusta TREL 125 Centomila

PAST - 2013 F4RR, 2008 F4 312R, 2005 F4 1000S, 1999 F4 750 S
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