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Hello:

Rigth now the stock/current model is the R312, so this means that the F41000R production is stoped.

So the F41000R have been in market from april 2006 to march 2007, this is just one year.

Anyone know how many units of F41000R have been sold during this short period????? :)


Thanks for your help friends
 

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YES!!!
an L.E. model!!!!!!
woooohooooooo!!!!!!!!
 

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antonioshabirto said:
I dont think so its A L.E model as there is lots of stock. Tones of F4R left
You know!!
I dont have much left in my life other than my F4, and the one happy moment i have must be pummeled to death. :nutkick: :bash: :lightning
Thanks :bawling: :cry:



:) JFWY
 

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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 !
 

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melmat said:
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 !
Well when i see most of the roadtest result .... i felt like laughing..... 99% of them are FALSE.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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MADRIDF4R said:
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.
I do agree with you that 4000 units being distributed worldwide is short but not all country take in Mvs only limited too....

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.
 
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