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runeight

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Greetings,

Since my next addition to the stable is going to be a 750 cc bike I ran across this little jem. The cool part is that it is only 100 miles awy to check it out!

Waiting on some better pics from the seller. I know..high mantaince but man is it bad!

runeight...

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Mv Agusta.... awesome bike but have lots of problems and dealers are very few and far between. They have some huge Marzzochi forks and unique rotary valve motors with tons of torque.
 
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(runeight @ Sep. 13 2006,14:39) Greetings,

Since my next addition to the stable is going to be a 750 cc bike I ran across this little jem. The cool part is that it is only 100 miles awy to check it out!

Waiting on some better pics from the seller. I know..high mantaince but man is it bad!

runeight...
why lots of maintanance?

if thats an F-4 750 its an extrememly reliable inline 4, Agustas are top of the line sportbikes your maintanance should be nil?

the senna is the one but if its a good price why not?
 

runeight

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(†WÃ￾§â€ Ã«D @ Sep. 13 2006,15:18)
(runeight @ Sep. 13 2006,14:39) Greetings,

Since my next addition to the stable is going to be a 750 cc bike I ran across this little jem. The cool part is that it is only 100 miles awy to check it out!

Waiting on some better pics from the seller. I know..high mantaince but man is it bad!

runeight...
why lots of maintanance?

if thats an F-4 750 its an extrememly reliable inline 4, Agustas are top of the line sportbikes your maintanance should be nil?

the senna is the one but if its a good price why not?
correct..MV F-4.

sweet as it gets !!

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Every time I visit FbF in Willow Grove, PA (about 40 minutes from Philly), I marvel at the MV Agusta. I once asked Eraldo Ferracci himself which is a better-made bike ... the MV or the Duc. Without saying a word, he pulled me over to a 999 and pointed to a weld on the tubular frame (which was really pretty bad), and then took me over to an MV F4 750 and pointed out a weld in the same location. Looked like a nice, little row of shiny nickles. See for yourself.

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runeight

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Since only around 200 a year make it to the states you can't even get a used price on them after 2002 model year.

Still waiting on a reply and better pictures. Price is a little high so an offer much less will be in order.

Will see. I'll have to do some creative financing on this one.

runeight...

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05 Busa LE

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Check out FbF's website ... they have several new F4 1000's, and a rare 2000 MV Series Oro 750 (only one of 300 made) with only 1,700 miles for $22.5K.
 

runeight

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(05 Busa LE @ Sep. 13 2006,16:05) Check out FbF's website ... they have several new F4 1000's, and a rare 2000 MV Series Oro 750 (only one of 300 made) with only 1,700 miles for $22.5K.
fbf web site?

link please..

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