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I would love to get my hands on the F4 RR. I know I will never be able to use its galore to the max but I am sure its well worth having and getting as close to the dream as possible :yo::yo:
 

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Thanks for posting the pics. That damn F4 RR is SEXY SEXY:mouthwate
 

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That black rear wheel scares me
 

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this review is even more opinionated than most! while harder to ride fast than its rivals its only marginally more desired than the aprilia or ducati....... i think thats quick subjective don't you guys. If I wasnt a die hard mv fan.... I would put my money on the majority taking a trick out rsv4 or panigale r over the f4rr but this is also just an opinion.
 

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this review is even more opinionated than most! while harder to ride fast than its rivals its only marginally more desired than the aprilia or ducati....... i think thats quick subjective don't you guys. If I wasnt a die hard mv fan.... I would put my money on the majority taking a trick out rsv4 or panigale r over the f4rr but this is also just an opinion.
I think this part of the review says it all -

At a standstill the F4 feels heavier and stiffer certainly compared to the Ducati Panigale and Aprilia RSV4 Factory, but at speed there can’t be much in it at all. Regardless, I’m left with a profound feeling that the F4 must be ridden fast.

The F4 RR has the full gamut of go fast goodies, including Ohlins electronic suspension, electronic shift assist and 201 horsepower. Our man Tor says it’s a handful to ride, but something very special.
 
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