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sorry just buy a second mv agusta f4 2010
its already 8100km odo
but i cant rev more than 8000 rpm why??
its the f4 have a limiter that should remove? thx :)
 

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Are you located in Japan, or did you get the bike from that area ?
im from indonesia
how to check that bike comes from japan?
i know that japanese bike are restricted to 180km/h only

but i didnt know that mv agusta just got a limiter too in japan or anywhere
 

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First, welcome to the family.....

Second, will it free rev to full RPM (under no load, in neutral)? Possibly blocked fuel filter if that is the case. Just a thought.
 

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so how to open the blocked fuel filter? any tuts?
no in neutral or under no load. it cant rev to full rpm :(
poor me
 

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Yes, pardon my manners - Welcome to the forum man.
Ed is right, there's a few things to look at, blocked fuel filter or blocked fuel cap breather is a good start.
If it's still limited when in neutral, it sounds electrical to me, but then again, fuelling could also do this.

Did you buy your bike private or from a dealer ? Might be best to take it back if you got it from a dealer.
If you are good on the tools, there's a few things you need to look at. If this is the case, download the workshop manuals from my site, and we'll try and help you from there.

While you try and figure things out, disconnect your battery for a few minutes, reconnect and see if this does anything.
 

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Yes, pardon my manners - Welcome to the forum man.
Ed is right, there's a few things to look at, blocked fuel filter or blocked fuel cap breather is a good start.
If it's still limited when in neutral, it sounds electrical to me, but then again, fuelling could also do this.

Did you buy your bike private or from a dealer ? Might be best to take it back if you got it from a dealer.
If you are good on the tools, there's a few things you need to look at. If this is the case, download the workshop manuals from my site, and we'll try and help you from there.

While you try and figure things out, disconnect your battery for a few minutes, reconnect and see if this does anything.

thx for you buddy nice to meet you :)

i already download the manual book

im in indonesia there is no mv agusta dealer in here
im buying private from someone

ok i will start to disconnect my battery (its some kind like restarting the ecu right??)

can you help me if its cause of blocked fuel filter or blocked fuel cap breather
from where do i have to start thx :) many many thx
 

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No full rpm in neutral is most likely electrical (rev limit) and not fuel delivery. Hope the ECU reset works. Can't imagine the restricted HP ECU for Japan market would limit revs to that extent, but I am not familiar with the bikes made for that market.
Good luck.
 

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Mv Agusta Indonesia

thx for you buddy nice to meet you :)

i already download the manual book

im in indonesia there is no mv agusta dealer in here
im buying private from someone

ok i will start to disconnect my battery (its some kind like restarting the ecu right??)

can you help me if its cause of blocked fuel filter or blocked fuel cap breather
from where do i have to start thx :) many many thx
Welcome to the Forum:)

You do have now a Indonesian Mv Agusta Distributor & Dealer, details below:

INDONESIA SOLE DISTRIBUTOR


PT MOTO ARTE INDONESIA moto8
Rukan Permata Senayan Blok D9
Jl. Tentara Pelajar No. 1, Kebayoran Lama
Jakarta Selatan 12210, Indonesia

DEALER
Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda 168, Kebayoran Lama
Jakarta Selatan 12240, Indonesia
Tel. +62 21 726 5889
Fax. +62 21 723 6889
 

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No full rpm in neutral is most likely electrical (rev limit) and not fuel delivery. Hope the ECU reset works. Can't imagine the restricted HP ECU for Japan market would limit revs to that extent, but I am not familiar with the bikes made for that market.
Good luck.
i already remove my battery and try to connect it again and nothing different
a lot my friend tell me maybe my bike its from japan :thewife::thewife:
its true? that japanese mv agusta have limiter?
 

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Welcome to the Forum:)

You do have now a Indonesian Mv Agusta Distributor & Dealer, details below:

INDONESIA SOLE DISTRIBUTOR


PT MOTO ARTE INDONESIA moto8
Rukan Permata Senayan Blok D9
Jl. Tentara Pelajar No. 1, Kebayoran Lama
Jakarta Selatan 12210, Indonesia

DEALER
Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda 168, Kebayoran Lama
Jakarta Selatan 12240, Indonesia
Tel. +62 21 726 5889
Fax. +62 21 723 6889

Thank you for the information provided Al! Appreciate it!
:)
 

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i already remove my battery and try to connect it again and nothing different
a lot my friend tell me maybe my bike its from japan :thewife::thewife:
its true? that japanese mv agusta have limiter?
Yes. If it has a Japanese market ECU it will not rev past 8,000RPM. REGARDLESS of road speed, gear position or throttle input.
 

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f4 japanese want to change ecu please help

i have a japanese version mv agusta f4 2010

The reason is the regulators decided to take a dump on MV and the bikes are restricted to 100HP. THat's right. An F-4 with 100HP.

My question is, I always wind up putting in a racing ECU or usa ECU . If I bought this restricted F-4 and swapped ECU's would I have a full power F-4?

:thewife:
 

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i have a japanese version mv agusta f4 2010

The reason is the regulators decided to take a dump on MV and the bikes are restricted to 100HP. THat's right. An F-4 with 100HP.

My question is, I always wind up putting in a racing ECU or usa ECU . If I bought this restricted F-4 and swapped ECU's would I have a full power F-4?

:thewife:
Are you kidding me!!! Wow that is really unbelievable. Is it because of emissions?


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only 8K?

Yes. If it has a Japanese market ECU it will not rev past 8,000RPM. REGARDLESS of road speed, gear position or throttle input.
yes, it's true.......

Rice Rocketeers can't be trusted with an 8,000+ RPM MV

my home market RD-350 had a big red warning light that came on at 100 KPH:wtf::wtf::wtf:

twats:jerkoff:
 
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