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Image gallery: MV Agusta F4 RC

22 May 2016 / 0

If you like your bikes to be all easy and mature, the MV Agusta F4 RR isn’t the bike for you. We already know that all the MVs are on the edge motorcycles that need a skilled motorcyclist to extract all its performance. The F4 by itself has the reputation of being a bit of a monster. The F4 RR though, takes it to a whole different level.

MV Agusta F4 RC (15)

Seen here in the special race livery, the F4 RR looks all business

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (16)

The 1000cc, inline-four motor motor makes over 200PS of shattering performance

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (12)

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (13)

The Ohlins NIX fork separates the compression and damping function to each individual fork leg

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (10)

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (11)

The F4 RR also gets the specially audio tuned exhausts that the F4 always came with

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (14)

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (5)

 

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Among the extensive list of accessories is the carbon fibre and titanium exhaust system from Termignoni

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (4)

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (3)

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (2)

Get the accessories kit to get your F4 RR track ready in a jiffy. Includes a race exhaust and a race ECU

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (19)

The F4 RR gets a comprehensive electronics package that help you customise throttle sensitivity, maximum torque, engine braking, engine response, and rev limit. It also gets 8-level traction control

 

MV Agusta F4 RC (18)

 

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The Ohlins suspension on the F4 RR is electronically controlled

 



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