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Exclamation Short video Of Mv Agusta F3 on MCN dyno

confirms it is an italian pre production model yet again

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npbvLCiGZKU

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-09-2012, 04:30 PM
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MV USA today posted a dyno chart of the F3:


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very interesting, thanks for posting up.

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That dyno chart is comparing a standard air filter to the MWR air filter. The MWR filter is the blue line and added a max of 4hp at 13,500 RPM. Some images of it in stalled:
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looks good...a nice and simple mod....once you have taken the hour to remove all the panels and tank etc etc

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I love to look at the insides as much as I love looking at the outside.
So where does that picture leave us with trumpit shapes and sizes.

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I love to look at the insides as much as I love looking at the outside.
So where does that picture leave us with trumpit shapes and sizes.
Triumph 675 also has different length inlet trumpets, at least the race bikes I saw last year did,

It does look very well put together though

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looks good...a nice and simple mod....once you have taken the hour to remove all the panels and tank etc etc
You don't have to take it apart as shown... MWR only took the airbox apart so you could see the filters inside. The filters install through the sides just like the original, very easy.

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