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F3 675 My15 Track bike

Hello guys,
will be racing F3 675 in Losail Qatar this season any recommendations on bike setup ?
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Welcome to the forum Mohamed. I can't help you with much, but if you have look around you'll find that a few guys on here are connected to the MV' s racing in the USA, it'll pay to email them I imagine.
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hello Donsy,
I appreciate it. ill check whats around, im the dealer of Mv in kuwait so if you guys need anything ill be glad to help.

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Welcome to the forum. Tell us about your upgrades and I'm sure those of us that have been thru the ropes can help.
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Well the bike just arrived today morning. Nothing is installed yet. I have the Arrow competition exhaust, Mv corse slipper, racing intake, levers, rear set, fairing, foam seat, 520 did chain. That's about it.


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steering damper is a must

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Personally, I found once the suspension sag is set correctly, headshake is not an issue. Mine came out of the factory with zero (static) sag at the rear and too much at the front. Have done trackdays on a relatively smooth track, and a fairly bumpy one too, and I'm quite happy I didn't have to shell out for a steering damper.

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Well the bike just arrived today morning. Nothing is installed yet. I have the Arrow competition exhaust, Mv corse slipper, racing intake, levers, rear set, fairing, foam seat, 520 did chain. That's about it.
Awesome. I agree with Nk.. Steering damper should be next. It will help with handling as well and make things feel more stable. You will certainly want to get the bike geometry set and a base setting if you're on stock suspension. It'll be your best investment
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Personally, I found once the suspension sag is set correctly, headshake is not an issue. Mine came out of the factory with zero (static) sag at the rear and too much at the front. Have done trackdays on a relatively smooth track, and a fairly bumpy one too, and I'm quite happy I didn't have to shell out for a steering damper.
I agree with you. Racing in the US requires a steering damper if you need it or not. I don't know about the requirements throughout the rest of the world.

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damper is a must forgot to mention it. just ordered a racing ECU as well.


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