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2017 F3 RC 800 or F3 Ago?

Looking into either a new 800 RC or still new 800 Ago. I can get the Ago for about a grand cheaper than the RC. I know the Ago has lighter rims and MSRP was higher. Which would you get. And no, both is not an option.
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Looking into either a new 800 RC or still new 800 Ago. I can get the Ago for about a grand cheaper than the RC. I know the Ago has lighter rims and MSRP was higher. Which would you get. And no, both is not an option.
For me, the RC - it will have all the latest and updated parts.

Take a chance while you still got the choice.
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Can u still buy AGO's? I didnt know that. My dealer sure as hell didnt show me or told me.
I'd go for the Ago, but thats just a personal preference since I hate riding around with all kinds of sponsors on the bike. +gold frame, gold wheels. Italian fairings... wuw sexy
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I found a dealer that had one left over.
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I found a dealer that had one left over.
Depending on what year. Go for the AGO. Such a beauty.
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What years did they make the F3 Ago?
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What years did they make the F3 Ago?
Buy the AGO as you may not get the chance again. The housing market must be kind to you.
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They were produced 2014
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