Nhaaaa....... i like the looks of it (seems like i'm the only one though :cross: ), i prefer the looks of the original ones, but i'd buy a Zard too and i've heard the performance is tops.jskipper said:haha.....the lards.....i dont like the look of them, but i've heard they sound really nice (102 db)....haven't heard RG3's in person.
Where is a "+1" Smiley??jskipper said:My dealership is telling me the RG3 Ti Open System is the best for it......any opinions? Lookwise....performance wise...and sound wise?
Ooh :shocker: I think they also have a handful of ponies over the SR.Steptoe said:So you pay AUD$13000 extra for the SPR. You don't get RG3's and you don't even get a top coat and clear coat, just a drop of primer. :moon:
TiNi must be expensive :later:
Maybe "my little ponies" :stickpokemilk&juice said:Ooh :shocker: I think they also have a handful of ponies over the SR.
BTW I've got RG3s on my SR and the difference is noticeable thoughout the rev range. Plus the sound, o the sound :guitarist
Now you ain't saying the FAQ is wrong :argue:2003-2004 MV Agusta F4SPR (146 hp) limited to 300
2004 MV Agusta F4SR (SPR engined) (146 hp) limited to 300
The SR does have the same engine as the SPR but it was my understanding that the SPR came with RG3's hence the extra few ponies. Thats whats shown on Paul Feeney(Australian Distributor) site. www.mvagusta.com.au But if I'm wrong, my bad!!john said:That was my understanding too, the SR has the SPR engine.