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05-08-2019 07:35 PM
cccpNyC Very nice! Your ODO looks wrong though, only 27 miles on it
04-29-2019 01:17 PM
cysai.1994
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Glad it's getting resolved! Get some miles on it! We need beautiful SF scenery shots! ASAP!
Here are some pics that you've asked for. It was hard to get a parking spot near the bridge, so i couldn't get the perfect shots. But i'll try to get better shots some other day.
04-29-2019 01:05 PM
cysai.1994
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Originally Posted by Baba Zanetti View Post
Donsy's site has manuals including the owners one, there may have been minor changes in dash apperance in the last few years but the basics should be the same.
Team Double 3 Racing | MV Agusta

Also, the bike used to come with the paper manual, a USB stick with the PDF version and some other promotional stuff. There should be a battery charger as well.
Fuel indicator is a "gas pump" symbol on RH side of the dash body. You should see this flash on when you first turn the key on. TC should be set in the lower range e.g. 2
There are Rain, Normal, Sport and Custom modes. Custom is the one where you can set many other parameters like engine braking etc.
Thanks for the response. Your info helped me i drove about 175 miles just. Driving this thing on a freeway is a pure pleasure.
04-26-2019 06:41 PM
Baba Zanetti Donsy's site has manuals including the owners one, there may have been minor changes in dash apperance in the last few years but the basics should be the same.
Team Double 3 Racing | MV Agusta

Also, the bike used to come with the paper manual, a USB stick with the PDF version and some other promotional stuff. There should be a battery charger as well.
Fuel indicator is a "gas pump" symbol on RH side of the dash body. You should see this flash on when you first turn the key on. TC should be set in the lower range e.g. 2
There are Rain, Normal, Sport and Custom modes. Custom is the one where you can set many other parameters like engine braking etc.
04-26-2019 05:40 PM
cysai.1994 My owner's manual got misplaced somewhere. I'm unable to figure out how to set up the dashboard/display functions as i see many features on the dashboard. Also, does F3 has a fuel indicator? I did my research on the internet and hardly found anything about the bike and its setup. It would be very helpful if someone can tell me how to set up the TC and ABS (what levels are recommended) also how to change the driving mode (if there's such option). Thanks
04-25-2019 01:22 PM
cysai.1994 Sure, will try to post some pictures next to Golden gate.
04-25-2019 02:33 AM
cccpNyC Glad it's getting resolved! Get some miles on it! We need beautiful SF scenery shots! ASAP!
04-22-2019 01:14 PM
esq'z me Another dead battery from lack of dealer maintenance whilst in their possession....just so you know, this is a problem for Japanese bikes too.

Most OEMs will not warranty a dead battery in a "new" bike that is the dealer's negligence fault...they make the dealer pay for it.

Glad yours is sorted !!
04-22-2019 12:25 PM
cysai.1994
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He can't, he bought it from the dealer in Las Vegas, NV and he's in San Francisco.



Looks like OP can use www.monroemotors.com (local to SF) and see what they can do for him.



I hope you can get it resolved man. I'm rooting for ya!

Thanks for the response. The las vegas dealer has a branch near SF. So, I went to the SF branch and did all the paperwork from their SF branch itself. They got the bike shipped to SF branch and sold it to me.
04-22-2019 12:22 PM
cysai.1994 Thank you guys for all the responses. So, I got my bike towed to the dealership for free (MV roadside assistance 2-year warranty covered this). The service manager told me that the battery was drained as its a 2018 model and was sitting there in Las Vegas store for a year. So, they've replaced the battery now and it is working fine as of now.
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