They are really due a special edition. A Tamburini F3 would be slick, obviously outfitted with motorcycle-pornographic upgrades..
MV should consider releasing a Limited Edition of 100 x F3's with his name on the model ID as a fitting tribute to his final contrubutions to the company..
Ya, what's with so many tributes getting this fact SOOOOO wrong. He may have been involved in the early brain storming sessions with Claudio but, Massimo retired from CRC in 2008. The bulk of the project was still to be done at that time.I thought Adrian Morton designed the F3?
Yeah Ryan.. I mean a proper back to basics MV Limited Edition Special, and not like the recent watered down offering of the F3 Ago ..They are really due a special edition. A Tamburini F3 would be slick, obviously outfitted with motorcycle-pornographic upgrades.
Yeah Ryan.. I mean a proper back to basics MV Limited Edition Special, and not like the recent watered down offering of the F3 Ago ..
It’s got to be more than the initial F3 675 Oro model and have all the bells and whistles of the original F4 Tamburini, F4 CC or Veltro models.
Comp pistons and camshafts
WSS full programmable ignition/fuel ECU and quick shifter
Fully digital Racedash
Full carbon bodywork with MV Corse carbon based “Single” seat.
Alloy tank and sub-frame
Comp Race Magnesium wheels
Magnesium Frame Plates and Swinging Arm
All cast aluminium components replaced with CNC equivalent
Custom “Tamburini” bike cover along with a Limited Edition presentation pack, and a copy his autobiography book signed by his son and Giovanni Castiglioni on behalf of Mr Tamburini.
Although I truly respect what Adrian Morton has done for MV and given the company some great models to continue it’s successful future, when I think of the second coming of MV Agusta, I think of Claudio and Massimo and their dream of producing the quintessential Italian Sports Bike.
I think a Limited Edition model with more special bits fitted than a NASA Space Shuttle, would be a fitting tribute to one of motorcycles best designers.
One change to the above...Hey Rui
If the Oro's were £19,999 and the new Limited Edition Ago is £15999, then if MV produced a limited run of 10 x F3 800 Tamburini Tribute bikes with the spec I quoted, then I can't see you getting much change in your pocket out of £30,000..
That counts me out !
Brutale owners would have to undergo a gender clarification test to ensure they meet the minimum require to buy one of the above F3 Tambo's...
Test 1 : Have they got none prosthetic ball implants ?
I hear you Blake, but I don't think we'll see any more Limited Edition F4's in the near future..One change to the above...
It must be a Gen2 F4 Tamburini, not an F3. There's already the F3 675 Oro and the F3 800 Ago. A Tamburini should be the liter version.