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I'm willing to bet it is a trickled down version of the ECU they ran at WSS last year with Rolfo and Iddon. That's actually not a bad price if you're a serious track enthusiast or club racer.
 

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now it gets interesting buying a f3 800. without your hands tight on the software.

or a an oro with a 800 transplant. http://www.paronelli.com/Scheda.asp?ID=585

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Disponibile bellissima MV Agusta F3 675 Serie Oro proveniente da collezione privata, moto in condizioni pari al nuovo, modificata con motore 800cc con certificazione dei lavori eseguiti (non omologata per la circolazione stradale), la moto ha percorso in totale 5.500 km ma da quando è stato sostituito il motore ha percorso solamente 1.000 km. A corredo tutte le parti originali sostituite, accessoriata con numerose parti in carbonio, porta targa Motocorse, frecce Motocorse, kit coperchi e telaietto Motocorse, tappi telaio Motocorse, vetri frecce ant. trasparenti, filtro aria MV Corse, frizione antisaltellamento MV Corse, rapporti 17/42 oltre a tutto quanto fornito a corredo della moto dalla casa al momento della consegna. Doppie chiavi e libretto tagliandi, oggetto molto particolare di sicura rivalutazione nel tempo. Richiesta euro 28.000,00, finanziabile, trattative riservate in sede, valutiamo permute. Per informazioni tel. 0332/746050 Adalberto Paronelli.









 

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These are some really great news for cheap supersport used alternative. But I would really like to see this option also available for F3 800... many who buy this bike plan to use it only on track and club racing, we already build three F3 800 that would love to have such an option...

thanks for the update VeporMV
 

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now it gets interesting buying a f3 800. without your hands tight on the software.

or a an oro with a 800 transplant. http://www.paronelli.com/Scheda.asp?ID=585
One has to ask WHY?
Why swap out the original engine and destroy its collectability value? :errr:
Did this Oro puke its 675 motor? If so why go with an 800?
Ad states the bike comes with all original parts replaced. Does that mean the original 675 engine too?
And why is it not “homologated for road use”? :(
Things what make ya go Mmmmmm… :confused:
 

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Interesting, MV originally advertised that the F3 came with the full electronics package. We all know they never did. Now with this ECU it sounds possible that they have a full package available but… now they claim it’s for closed course use only.
Also, I’ve noticed they have added this line to their MVICS ad copy” This system is incredibly advanced and can be custom tailored by the rider with a series of optional MV Agusta Special Parts:”
I will be all over the Canadian rep at the upcoming motorcycle show to ask when this will be available for road use. As well as remind him about that original claim of the bikes coming with Lean Sensor, Launch Control and Anti Wheelie.

On another topic, I noticed that the MV Titanium headers are listed for the 675 but for the 800. One would assume that with 125cc’s more the 800 would need more volume in the exhaust. However, I thought both stock exhausts were the same. Or is it only the mufflers that are the same?
 

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I don't think the exhaust headers would be different between 675 and 800cc versions - there's hardly any restriction in that portion of the exhaust. The way to see what's different (if anything) is to compare part numbers.
 

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Is the hardware on the bike compatible with the advertised features or do I need to get a new quickshifter and sensors?
 

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Also, it mentions compatible with Eldor 2.0 , do you think that means that we are supposed to get Eldor 2.0 as a free update?
 
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