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post #31 of 42 (permalink) Old 06-11-2018, 10:49 AM
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great work be proud mate
just curious would it have cheaper to buy an actual f3rc or was this a hey i just wanted to see if i could do it

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whole lotta candy on that machine. what do you plan to do with it once its done?
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We I started to build the replica I decided to do a personal touch here and thereI think about it, it not would be a perfect replica, but It will reflect what I like most of different years of mv racing F3. The fork bottoms is one of them... I really dont like the TLC black.

I Took me a great deal of time, nobody is doing it in US the gold ti, so I sent them to UK with dhl, easy easy, Brooks suspensions did the disassembly of the bottoms and david from
fastbike did the install of the cartridge and make sure of the bottom were properly installed....

The other thing that I wont copy are the wheels, I just order new OZ gloss black wheels... coming sooon.

And the windscreen, I like the Corsa R of zero gravity... they are huge!!!


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So the guy disabling the fork leg bottom didnt do the coating?

Could you please send the details of who did what on your forks and the price of the coating please.

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whole lotta candy on that machine. what do you plan to do with it once its done?


Im going to ride it until I start dreaming about another candy then probably I will sell it.



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So the guy disabling the fork leg bottom didnt do the coating?



Could you please send the details of who did what on your forks and the price of the coating please.



Thanks!


Contact brooks suspensions, they will do all you need and more !


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great work be proud mate

just curious would it have cheaper to buy an actual f3rc or was this a hey i just wanted to see if i could do it

The Rc 18 is a street bike same as the 2013 bike I used for this project. with a 13K price difference on my favor (give or take) To build a race replica with the RC as I wanted, I would need to buy exactly the same parts as I did with my “old” Mv.

For example the fairings... I don’t want to use super expensive oem heavy abs fairings on a track day..... just to mention one part..... imagine thar I went thrue every single bolt and replaced by Ti bolts..... suspensions, brakes, controls... wheels.... subframe... battery.... etcetc




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OK that would be the stuff hustle hard racing was selling. TY



thinking will go with Sharskinz


I love sharkskinz. they use epoxy resin... and is way superior that polyester resin. The only thing is the tail, I don’t like the tail they are offering.


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Ok, I have to ask;

Of all the upgrades you did, if you could do only one, which one would you do and why?
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Ok, I have to ask;



Of all the upgrades you did, if you could do only one, which one would you do and why?

To do only one, I would leave the bike oem. Beautiful bike as is


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Nice build. Great job with the paint scheme.

I like to forks. I did that on an RC51 that I had the lower tubes done in deep blue

Your bike looks a bit like my F3 - well done!



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