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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-15-2014, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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new mv agusta 675

Hellow everyone, My name is marco Boccasile I Live in Belguim with Italian roots(dad's side) I'm 24 years old and I bought my second mv agusta last sunday , this time it's an F3 675, the reason why I bought a new Mv agusta is Because I had an riding accident on the last day of the season , riding with a worn out tire and chains... wich were already at the dealer to be put on the bike... I was only minor injured , lost traction on the rear end and smacked onto concrete blocks in the corner the bike on the otherhand had some damages to the front , rear and left side this was an mv agusta f4 brutale 910s I'll try to post some pics from it aswell.
It was also my first bike .. now I'm back waiting on the good weather to test out my new F3 and see how it feels , it has a steering damper and a quickshifter installed aswell , comming from a streetfighter bike to a supersport will be something diffrent I think , first problem I have on the f3 i noticed when i let em on stationary the coolant fluid I can hear it make sound like its boiling inside ... also the oil on the brakes is low and engine oil is low ... so that will be the first thing I will refill.
Other then that I hope I don't counter anymore problems !




greetings marco ( will post better pictures in the future! )

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-15-2014, 08:43 PM
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Welcome aboard. Shame about the Brutie. Is it to be repaired or have you traded the wreck already?
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thank you , I was going to repair it but then i switched my mind and sold it to a dealer and bought a new one instead

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Hi marco great to welcome another member to the mv 675 family.
Winter sucks haven't got out on my mv for coming up to three
months it just wont stop flipping raining. Roll on the summer months!!
Kind regards Julie.
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With you on this one, it's not only the rain, but the condition of the roads, they are lethal
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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-02-2014, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Hi marco great to welcome another member to the mv 675 family.
Winter sucks haven't got out on my mv for coming up to three
months it just wont stop flipping raining. Roll on the summer months!!
Kind regards Julie.
Thank you , winter does indeed suck...
I wanne test this 675 out had one good day the tank was low on gas so I thought I would fill her up first got to the gas station and fueled up then battery died on me so i had to walk 4 km home with my new bike , no cellphone on me coudn't call anyone , was a pritty long walk oh well I can' wait on the good weather

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Hi zyce : )

I had the same "boiling" sound from my collant too... I asked my dealer and he said it's nothing to worry about... neems to be normal at some temps...

Congrats on the F3 !

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Thanks for the answer mike , saves alot of trouble

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I would double check the boiling sound. If the coolant sounds like its boiling it probably is. My coolant made that sound as well and it turned out that it was in fact boiling. The proper prep was not done and there was air in the system. My temp always showed ok while it was happening as well. It can't hurt to double check to be sure.

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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-03-2014, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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I would double check the boiling sound. If the coolant sounds like its boiling it probably is. My coolant made that sound as well and it turned out that it was in fact boiling. The proper prep was not done and there was air in the system. My temp always showed ok while it was happening as well. It can't hurt to double check to be sure.
how do i get the air out ?

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