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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 01-20-2007, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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Hi to all. Just back from the NYC show,the MV guys really rolled out the red carpet for there owners. There are no pictures that will do justice to the F4CC the more you look the more you see details,like all the grills in titainium,MV logo laser echted into the radiator grill,billet kick stand. will try to put up some photos.Lots of guys from the forum there everyone snapping photos
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Photos, guys!!!!!!!!!! Upload them to your album if you have them to keep the high-resolution
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The show was good this year. I met plenty of people from the group and being a Friday, the show was not crowded.

The MV staff was great greating owners and giving them a goody bag with a free CC T-shirt and a VIP lanyard to look cool with.
Coffee, drinks a snacks and a closed off area to chill out was great.

The F4CC did not dissapoint! The more you looked the more detail showed. Every piece on the bike is absolutely top notch in quality.
The CF and paint was the absolute best I have EVER seen...the painting and CF gave the panels a 3D effect as the paint and clearcoat was so thick.

I hate to say it, but after looking at the CC bike, the Senna next to it paled in comparison in detail.

I did not care for the Ducati display at all! Cramped and closed in. You could not walk around the bikes and get a good look. I could not wait to get out of there.

The Desmocedici looked cool but had some rough edges on it. Sort of like a rough race bike (which it is)
The 1098 was pretty good but I though the rear of the bike borrowed to much from the F4 and the exhaust looked way too big and took away from the design.
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Thx for pics John. I was out all week but almost made it there yesterday. Did you see anything else of note. Other colors on the 910 or F4? The CC looks like a jewel

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John, you are absolutely correct about the exhaust on the 1098. It looks totally out of place. I am going to try and make it down to the show Sunday morning.
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If you bring your key or some id on your ownership of MV the MV guys will give you lots of freebies/swag: t shirts, lanyards and promo items. Just nice to get a little distinction at the MV tent.

I didn't bring mine but they gave it to me any way.

Could have had a lot more at the whole show for 15 bucks. Lots of small vendors didn't come but I guess that is a testimony to the internet.

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bring your key for the free stuff...... I do agree with john on the quality of the CC. The Quality on every inch of that bike is perfect. It even made the senna look like a cookie cutter "big 4" bike



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For me the star of the show was the Mito 500 [husky engine and MV designated frame #'s] a 3/4 scale 916 - what a great little track day machine for $8000ish yummy.
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Look at the picture of the 1098 fairing -- fit and finish? not particularly good even if it's supposed to be like that. Yes that's Cook Neilson on the NCR 'New Blue'
The exhaust plumbing on the v4 Desmo looks way complicated.

It was great to meet everyone - we should have a really wicked riding season this year!
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