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|04-25-2007 02:34 AM|
Originally Posted by MADRIDF4R
lets say 40 countries each 100......
at the present stage .... F4R is not moving and to say my country take 2 and both not sold from last year.
|04-25-2007 02:13 AM|
In a motorcycle magazine in Spain, I could read that MV will produce over 4000 units of F4 312R during 2007. I understand that MV has made the same in 2006 with the f41000r or very similar.
Anyway, just 4000 units all over the world is a very short production, so it is near to a L.E. in comparisson with the rest of brands.
For example, H-D will produce a L.E. of Screeming Eagle about 3300 units.
|04-24-2007 11:42 PM|
|Rockethouse||I was thinking about this after my post and I think the number is probably closer to 5 thousand. I remember reading production numbers when Proton were discussing lifting production numbers but I am/was a little vauge when I made my first post. I think they were wanting to lift numbers to around 7-8000 units ( I can even remember 12,000 units being mentioned) but I believe MV were producing 4-5000 F4's per year. Maybe Pier or someone else can confirm this for us.|
|04-24-2007 12:53 PM|
Originally Posted by melmat
|04-24-2007 12:40 PM|
I reckon cans & a remap on the F4R will see it as quick as the 312, if not quicker.......agghh I can feel my wallet scream as I write this !
latest UK roadtest put the 312 up against a 2007 R1 - both topped out at 178 mph - a bit short of the 193 mph the factory are claiming.
Mind you, its nice to be greeted by "ooh thats one of those 193mph missiles" when I pull somewhere !
|04-24-2007 12:28 PM|
|style_one||maybe they should have a F4R recall to turn them all into 312's!!|
|04-24-2007 11:44 AM|
Originally Posted by antonioshabirto
I dont have much left in my life other than my F4, and the one happy moment i have must be pummeled to death.
|04-24-2007 11:34 AM|
Originally Posted by TreeMV
|04-24-2007 11:09 AM|
an L.E. model!!!!!!
|04-24-2007 09:24 AM|
|Rockethouse||Don't know but from memory I think the factory was putting out around 7000 units a year of the F4 model.|
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