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06-27-2009 10:24 AM
cooper3309
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Originally Posted by Henners View Post
Until last month I had a red 848 and the 1000S in the garage. The MV is just so beautiful I never looked at the 848 and if I did take it out I wanted to be on the MV so I sold it. As Johny said above the MV stops people in their tracks it's so beautiful - the 848 is like dog muck, they're everywhere

Ouch
06-27-2009 03:54 AM
Henners
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Originally Posted by johnyrottin View Post
I own both, or have owned both, a white 848 and the MV 750F4SR. The 848 was sold when I started seeing them everywhere I turned. The Duc was ever so slightly more of an upright riding position than my SR but the exclusivity associated with a 300 run production model and a 750 with 146 hp more than compensated for that. The MV is undoubtedly on of the most beautiful motorcycles ever produced.
Until last month I had a red 848 and the 1000S in the garage. The MV is just so beautiful I never looked at the 848 and if I did take it out I wanted to be on the MV so I sold it. As Johny said above the MV stops people in their tracks it's so beautiful - the 848 is like dog muck, they're everywhere
06-17-2009 09:05 AM
suryad If I were you and I could afford it I would get both.
06-17-2009 07:53 AM
johnyrottin Like we have all said before, which bike is better will depend directly on your taste of choice. Both are brilliant peds. The Duc has that nice low throaty sound and a more upright position and the MV is a free reving beast of a ped with a bit more racy stance.
06-16-2009 10:50 PM
fr0gman Hello....

I have a 1098 ducati and i've just got my F41000r and i think that the MV is a better bike!
06-16-2009 10:20 PM
causeceleb
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Originally Posted by johnyrottin View Post
Tha is a steal! (If you want exclusivity)
06-16-2009 07:12 PM
johnyrottin Tha is a steal! (If you want exclusivity)
06-16-2009 04:35 PM
causeceleb
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Originally Posted by johnyrottin View Post
Just out of morbid curiosity, how much was it selling for?
1400km, $NZ20,000

870 miles, 7600 quid
06-16-2009 10:05 AM
PP1098 I have a 1098 and F4 1078 and although different engines I think the question you have to ask is whether you like an in-line four. 4s are different bikes and you may not like it if you haven't had one before. My first 4 was a GSXR k6 and at the beginning I did not like it. It is not as involving riding experience as a Vtwin is. Agusta is different yes but still the way the power is out and the feeling you get once you ride the bike is a typical in-line four

My opinion.
P.
06-16-2009 07:50 AM
johnyrottin Just out of morbid curiosity, how much was it selling for?
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