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Hi, can someone please upload a (good quality) soundtrack from a F4 1000, running stationary (or just running)? I love the great sound of MV!!! Just hold a microphone next to the exhaust or something! :)


THANKS!!!!
 

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Sound bits can never do justice to the sound you crave!!
Go get a test ride!

There was a post with an F4 banging of the limiter, I think admin posted something to do with max speed on the highway....
 

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I would love to be 17 again
Very true... Tomas, Are you riding now? I hate to admit this but I am glad that I didn't have a high performance motorcycle when I was 17 because chances are if I did, I wouldn't be here writing to you today.

we should help this kid and get him as much MV porn as we can...

Tomas, have you gone to the "media" section? there are lots of good vids with sound there, enjoy!
 

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MV-999R said:
So why are you sad?
I would love to be 17 again :toothless
One of lifes real strange twists....if your young, you want to be old...and if your old, you want to be young...
 

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odonata said:
I hate to admit this but I am glad that I didn't have a high performance motorcycle when I was 17 because chances are if I did, I wouldn't be here writing to you today.
So very true.
If i had a high performance bike when i was 25 (let alone 17) i wouldn't be here now. And that's a fact.
 

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agusta01 said:
One of lifes real strange twists....if your young, you want to be old...and if your old, you want to be young...
And so very true also.
I'm not exactly old, but i think we all fell that way.
It's part of human nature.......

(We're all philosophical today :toothless )
 

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I hate to admit this but I am glad that I didn't have a high performance motorcycle when I was 17 because chances are if I did, I wouldn't be here writing to you today. QUOTE]

I did at 17, well thats if an RG250 qualifys as high performance and must admit that I feel very lucky to have gotten through the first couple of years. Those repeated close calls and crashes finally sank in and at just shy of 19 I had my first GSXR750 which I rode wisely (most of the time) and never crashed, accept in a friends driveway when I took off with the steering lock on.
 

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I did at 17, well thats if an RG250 qualifys as high performance and must admit that I feel very lucky to have gotten through the first couple of years. Those repeated close calls and crashes finally sank in and at just shy of 19 I had my first GSXR750 which I rode wisely (most of the time) and never crashed, accept in a friends driveway when I took off with the steering lock on.
My hats off to you, for having survived those years, the truth is that we all should consider ourselves lucky for surviving the streets... I deal with the busiest highway intersection in the US daily(interstate 10 & 405), spliting lanes during traffic hour... being careful doesn't mean that you will live long and stay in one piece.

ride safe.
 

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odonata said:
My hats off to you, for having survived those years, the truth is that we all should consider ourselves lucky for surviving the streets... I deal with the busiest highway intersection in the US daily(interstate 10 & 405), spliting lanes during traffic hour... being careful doesn't mean that you will live long and stay in one piece.

ride safe.

I'm with you on the 405/10 and if I can I avoid it. But I have to say restraint comes with maturity and I believe that goes hand in hand with being careful/safe, and I think that's the point everyone is trying to make. If I had a sport bike at that age there's no telling what would have become of me.
 

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odonata said:
we all should consider ourselves lucky for surviving the streets... I deal with the busiest highway intersection in the US daily(interstate 10 & 405), spliting lanes during traffic hour... being careful doesn't mean that you will live long and stay in one piece.

ride safe.
Thats hairy stuff!!! The bituman jungle...I'm too scared to do the daily commute even in my city which is more like a hick town. Too sad that being careful doesn't = safe, too many motorists don't realise :finger: that those minor fender benders in a cars can be a life changing experience on a bike, I'm a peace loving guy but when I see idiot drivers (including riders) I feel like giving them a whooping. I saw a guy riding safe on an old GPZ the other day nearly get taken out twice in the space of 5 mins. :mad:
 

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I'm with you on the 405/10 and if I can I avoid it. But I have to say restraint comes with maturity and I believe that goes hand in hand with being careful/safe, and I think that's the point everyone is trying to make. If I had a sport bike at that age there's no telling what would have become of me.
totally agree with you, although I learned to ride a motorcycle when I was a teenager, I only got my bike @ 33(4 years ago).

Thats hairy stuff!!! The bituman jungle...I'm too scared to do the daily commute even in my city which is more like a hick town. Too sad that being careful doesn't = safe, too many motorists don't realise that those minor fender benders in a cars can be a life changing experience on a bike, I'm a peace loving guy but when I see idiot drivers (including riders) I feel like giving them a whooping. I saw a guy riding safe on an old GPZ the other day nearly get taken out twice in the space of 5 mins.
there are serious consequences if we crash on the road. I have been a road cyclist and logged 40,000+ miles over the years of training, I know all too well the danger of riding on the streets, but to be honest I feel a whole lot safer on the motorcycle now because of the agility/performance of motorcycles and the protective full leather I can wear when I ride. In. L.A. there are lots of squids/cruiser riders riding with T-shirts and shorts, I wear full gear even in hot days because I rather sweat a little more than getting skin graph... being a cyclist I know how painful it is to have the gravel scrubbed out of your road rash with a brush.

Tomas, if you are reading, we are just trying to help you with friendly suggestions so that you don't learn those lessons the hard way... ride carefully.
 

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Rather than start a new thread, does anyone know if there is a recording of the MV 350 - 6 cylinder racing bike produced in 1969? :nerd:
 

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john said:
Rather than start a new thread, does anyone know if there is a recording of the MV 350 - 6 cylinder racing bike produced in 1969? :nerd:
There is a couple of videos in the media section but I havn't seen them yet so I'm not sure about the sound.
 
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