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Hi all!!! I am a new member looking at an SR version and I wondered if you guys could give me some insight into this model as I don't know much about the SR's? Things like did it come standard with RG3 exhaust, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Going between a standard one and this one.

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do you mean an SPR? There was no R or SR in 2004.

If it is and SPR, look in the registry and see if it is there, you might find some history about it. Check the MV Agusta website for the differences between the S and the SPR.

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Hi john,
i have a 2004 750sr.These were originaly supposed to be the ago.But ago changed his mind when he knew mv were going to bring out the 1000,he decided to make the ago a 1000 not a 750.So mv released the 750 sr during 04.These were not advertised as they were on the market the same year as the spr,and mv did not want to cut into the sales of the spr.The difference between the evo 3 and sr are:Sr came out with same spec spr engine and gearbox,but standard front forks,no carbon fibre,traditional red/silver livery,signed ago dash,gold coloured pipes(standard),silver heel plates, exhaust guard.These were the same price as evo 3 with the the same performance of the spr, and last 750 f4 750 produced.This was the best bang for your buck mv has made so far.Mv dont call this a limited edition(it should be the final edition f4 750) but only 300 or so were made,only 20 came to Australia.Cheers
 

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Hi john,
i have a 2004 750sr.These were originaly supposed to be the ago.But ago changed his mind when he knew mv were going to bring out the 1000,he decided to make the ago a 1000 not a 750.So mv released the 750 sr during 04.These were not advertised as they were on the market the same year as the spr,and mv did not want to cut into the sales of the spr.The difference between the evo 3 and sr are:Sr came out with same spec spr engine and gearbox,but standard front forks,no carbon fibre,traditional red/silver livery,signed ago dash,gold coloured pipes(standard),silver heel plates, exhaust guard.These were the same price as evo 3 with the the same performance of the spr, and last 750 f4 750 produced.This was the best bang for your buck mv has made so far.Mv dont call this a limited edition(it should be the final edition f4 750) but only 300 or so were made,only 20 came to Australia.Cheers
Thanks! Untill right now I had never even heard of this model. I LIKE IT!!
 

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Nice one...thats what I have heard. If you look on ebay there is one for sale which I am buying. It had RG3 exhaust which came with it. I look forward to picking it up on Saturday. I have been after an MV for many years but couldnt bring myself to buy one. I think it and the Benelli Tornado LE are the most beautiful bikes ever produced. I have an LE now and want the MV to join it in the stable.
 

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great bikes both designed by a british designer ( Adrian Morton) check April's Ride mag obviously Tambo mostly on the F4 he also designed the Brutale & TnT
 

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Another one of these popped up on eBay. Seller claims it is the only one registered in the US. Being sold by a Kia dealer in Central Florida.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/311127158720?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&fromMakeTrack=true

There is only one in the Registry in the US, also in Central Florida, so likely this is it. http://registry.mvagusta.net/profile/4426/f4-750-sr/

From Wikipedia:

F4 750 SPR and SR
The F4 750 SPR was released in 2004 and was intended to be the final evolution on the F4 750 platform. It had an improved 146 hp (109 kW)[citation needed] engine, (13,900 rpm redline, polished ports, HC pistons) matte grey race livery, some carbon fiber bodywork (front fender, chain guards, air ducts covers) and Marzzochi 50 mm forks. The F4 750 SR was released after the SPR, and used the same frame an F4S (Showa forks, no carbon parts) but the same engine of SPR version. Both the SPR and SR were limited production runs of 300 bikes and had a top speed estimated at 180+ mph @ 13,900, and a quarter mile time of 10.4 @ 139 mph.[citation needed] The SR was released in the traditional red/silver livery of MV with a color coordinated red front fender and a bronze Arrow exhaust system. It also has a white gauge face, different from the standard yellow, which displays Agostini's signature in red. It also has the signature silver star rims and SR plate placed on the steering head.
 

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Someone needs to buy this bike........this bike will only appreciate.
 

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lmao i did buy this bike and looks like it is the only one in the states.i have emailed mv to get production number and such.bike is in great condition and runs good.think i will put it up and save it for a while.
 

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ride it. If you think it will be an investment and make you rich, you will probably be long gone before that happens
 

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Four-stroke 898cc Inline-triple overhead cam 12 valve. radiator under rear seat with twin fans that you can see from the rear
 
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