odonata said:Very nice... looks to me it is a Starfighter "Titanium" 910R, not the Starfighter "R" version.
I wonder where the bike is? Italy? maybe it is this exact one?
Hi Starfighter, what a beauty, congrats! if you don't mind, could you tell us about the super rare bike you have, how/where you got it etc? Thanks.
Good eyes... didn't niticed the # on the forks, I was just going by of extra goodies on the bike, and it looked like it has all the CF bits of the Ti version that the 910R and the Starfighter R version doesn't have.it is 19/99 starfighters and not a Ti, see forks!!
dont you wish you could jump back 3 years sometimesHey Brand-Brothers: what can i say? THANK YOU!!!
Thanks to the Admin who mentioned my photo-gallery and thanks to You all.
The model of my bike is "Starfighter R" but I added ALL the Carbon parts exactly like the Titanium model.
Directly in MV Corse (where the bike was assembled) I also got the original MV Corse complete racing exhausting system (inox) with its Eprom (excluding the silencers because of the homologation to ride the bike on "open" streets).
From MOTOCORSE (the company - www.motocorse.net - that produces all the Titanium parts for MV Corse and gives this company the right to distribute them worldwide with an esclusivity contrat) I purchased: a) titanium head light fixing bolts kit; b) Titanium oil plug; c) Ergal footpegs kit with titanium bolts (Standard or racing shift configuration); d) Titanium frame protector. All these parts are NOT standard even on the Titanium version...
I live in Milan: if You come to Italy for business or holiday reasons... I'll be glad to introduce You to our MV Agusta Fan Club.