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I'm not completely new owner of an MV Agusta since I had my F4 since a while now. However I did'nt find this forum until I was looking for tips and advice to what seems like a problem with my bike.

I can tell you all that I've got experience from alot of bikes like Ducati 999s, ST3, GT1000 and 848. Also Honda VFR800, VFR1200 and Suzuki GSX-R 600 and 750. Finally also the Kawasaki Z1000-SX. Also i have experience of motocross, but since a few years back im a riding instructor on the trackriding and safety education courses by the motorcyclists association in Sweden.

Nice to see this forum! And I can say i totally love my F4 bike...its fantastic on the track. :f4:

Best to you all
Robert
 

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Welcome to the family!!
 

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Welcome Robert!

Nice to see some more fellow Swedes, so where in our long country are you from? :)
 

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Thanks

I'm from the north of Sweden, born and raised in Luleå! Then I had some looks around because of work, but for the time being I'm back in Luleå.

I do wish I could move south...I have 500 km to the closest track and 1050 kms to my favorite track "Gelleråsen".

Cheers for the welcomes :)
Robert
 

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Beautiful! Would that be street legal if you put a headlamp decal on the nose?
 

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Hiya,

The bike is not allowed for traffic as it stands there on the picture. The only thing that was'nt race ready is that I didnt yet dismount the passenger pegs haha, and the rims with street tyres still on there.

Anyway, Usually after such a weekend i just dismount the plastics and put on the light...then back with all the original plastics...and ofcourse the sidestand. And then she's ready for the street.

Its a bit of a hassle to mount/dismount everything, but mainly the first time over. After a few times Its not so difficult and also I use to put screws and small stuff in plastic bags with dedicated names on 'em. In that way I dont have to go crazy over trying to remember what screw's for what place!

cheers guys!

Ps. As you probably see theres nothing in the way of turning signals or registration plate as on the picture.
 
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