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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-13-2012, 08:35 AM Thread Starter
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Update cush drives and latest mapping for F3/Serie Oro

hi all

if you may please post the picture of this update parts.. my dealer is getting the parts and they want to make sure if it is the update part for F3...

and also the newest mapping.. what is the code??

thanks and sorry for the bad english
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hi all

if you may please post the picture of this update parts.. my dealer is getting the parts and they want to make sure if it is the update part for F3...

and also the newest mapping.. what is the code??

thanks and sorry for the bad english
just seen in: http://www.mvagusta-forum.de/phpbb/v...php?f=2&t=5788

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Hi together so ... the ET .. come are 6 rubber for the clutch and with a new gasket .. The most crucial is the new mapping .. Attention may play only a distributor of the new TEXA tester ... is of course to guarantee LG

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Thanks to google translate, I was able to get some understanding of that discussion. lol

What is the cush drive swap for? Was the first version too hard/soft?

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New ones shall be softer. I will get them next week with the 1000km service.

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thanks mr. Trepis_toni this pic do help me.. now i need to know the new mapping.. what's the difference.. my map is already with N-R-S-C map mode..
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New ones shall be softer. I will get them next week with the 1000km service.

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It looks like MV are fitting softer cush drives to mask the snatchy throttle.

They will be advising you to let air out of the tyres next to mask the stiff suspension. Lol.

Does not look good to me.
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It looks like MV are fitting softer cush drives to mask the snatchy throttle.

They will be advising you to let air out of the tyres next to mask the stiff suspension. Lol.

Does not look good to me.
If you have had the opportunity to ride the F3 Bungle, you will realise that the mapping problem is not such a big deal
The road handling and braking is so much superior to that of the Daytona

The bike is a beauty

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yes.. when you make this bike goes above 6000 it is the nimblest supersport i've ever rode.. light nimble and great acceleration... it is a blessing for me..
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