Hummm... @Fredzedex I have their site up now. I'm reviewing the special parts section for B4s.
On the side, when I ordered parts from defunct Design Corse or other suppliers it always took minimum of 2 weeks, sometimes more to ship along with subsequent confirmations. Each time I would get nervous but all tends to work out. I would think many customers email concerns. Hold tight and remember to always use credit services that offer dispute claims if something goes wrong.
And yes @Allworld its always best to support our site sponsors.
They did kill it off, '19 is the last year hence why it only shows on the US website (normal MV website shows 2020 models.) They are putting the F4 on the back burner for a while, re-releasing in a few years hoping to blow everyone's socks off.
We have the above battery tenders, permanently connected to our 2019 Dragsters, during the Winter months. Three days ago we had an electric outage, three times in a row, over a five minute period. Also the following day, we were receiving approximately 170V incoming electric, instead of the...
Most of us have read the recently released interview in Roadracing World, and most of us have some opinions and thoughts. This is a rare opportunity for MV Agusta, their dealers and for us the, customers to use our voice. We have always had a voice, but we now have and ear?
I'm starting this...
I have tried to create an overview of the models MV Agusta has made since 1997 to the present day.
And I need your help to find out: :)
-Which model I have forgotten.
-The production numbers on the LTD. model.
-And production number on the standard models.
Thank you for your...