2008 MV Agusta F4CC Claudio Castiglioni Motortrend

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MV Agusta F4 100 CC

2008 MV Agusta F4CC Castiglioni

2008 MV Agusta Claudio Castiglioni

2008 MV F4CC Claudio Castiglioni


“I decided to put my to this bike as I originally of it for myself”. This is how Claudio the Managing Director referred to the new F4 now carries his initials “CC”. The of MV did what any of us might well done and gave in to his inner gave in to the temptation to create a not just to meet strategic needs, but to create something special, something truly – just for the sake of it.

To create the project, he obviously utilized at his disposal; exclusive materials and the technology to attain the utmost in

The figures for the new MV speak for themselves: 315 kph mph) top speed (auto-limited by specification). Unique in its genre, by his friend Massimo Tamburini, with luxurious design and components hidden in the MV closet, in that corner where the start to develop: the MV AGUSTA department. This model will never see a race in earnest due to the size of its engine.

is important is the uniqueness of the F4CC and the name that it carries. It matter if the ignition keys are turned in the lock, if the bike on a stand in someone’s home or if it does the occasional mile or two to it a run”. What does for a true enthusiast is to possess one of the 100 models made and treat it as if it a priceless painting worth This was part of Claudio dream.

This is why the F4CC be presented in “an evening dress” A boxed certificate of origin make the delivery of each something very special – a ceremony. Each machine have a platinum plate at the top of the column bearing the model from 1 – 100. The F4CC exhausts and engine management together have the task of the power of the 1078 cc engine yet it “sing” even sweeter unleashing all of its 200 CV.

The F4CC doesn’t just to entice with its looks – it to out-perform everything else. It to leave everyone stunned – for and for all.


In to what the components in full let us sense, the F4CC in its elegant dress underlines the elegance and of a beautiful woman in a “little number”. The deliberate contrast painted areas and bare between the fairing, the tank and the create a piece of modern Only in the prestige sector of the field can such exclusive be found.

Red lines emphasis the on the fairing as does the F4 signature. is however much more. The panel has customized graphics and the Alcantara saddle uses fabrics on the top and side areas.

You understand why nothing has been to chance in this project. As we before, apart from the that 90% of the components are made as items including the fork the upper steering plate, the damper, the brake and clutch reservoir, the gear change and levers, the footpegs and the side As you can see, the MV F4CC uses materials built by CRC (Centro Cagiva) just about

The fairing is 100% carbon-fibre and the made filler cap comes the aero industry. All the protective at the intake ducts and outlets at the are made from titanium. The applies to the lower radiator and the racing exhausts that the classic organ pipe


The is at the absolute top of the F4 hierarchy. The main between it and the more “commercial” F4R can be up as follows:

Over 90% of the components are individually made

Brake and clutch that “fold” at the tip in the event of a

1078 cc engine

200 CV maximum with titanium racing system

New timing system


One-off mechanical slipper clutch

New forks set-up and mono shock

Brembo Racing monoblock

Curb weight 187 kilos fuel


All 1000 cc engines that in the F4R have been more and more not just to better performance, but also to use the dynamics of four cylinders in unison. This is why we increased the from 76 mm to 79 and left the … at 55 mm. Cubic capacity thus 1078 cc – the maximum obtainable this engine.

This is the MV Agusta racing department by Andea Goggi began to Their aim was to improve internal dynamics by polishing ducts and their magic on “chamfering the to gain a few CV. The new combustion chamber was part of an overall reworking of the where computer controlled guaranteed work of the very order.

The pistons were lighter than those in the and con-rod geometry was changed. The difference however lies in the system that was made different sized exotic for each and every element. The and exhaust valves are still (unique MV AGUSTA figure), but are now and the intake valves are now bigger 31 instead of 29 mm.

With the wider changes were also to the camshaft profile. On the other the valve bowls (still were decreased in size to a few grams weight. They decreased from 28 to 26 mm but still double springs. These along with the keepers, guides and valve seats are all by Del West, the American market in this sector, and despite the price of these components, were perfect for a machine as as the F4CC.

The weight saved by these working speed components led to engine “usability” not to mention the that they shaved 4 off the weight of the F4CC engine as the F4R. Other components contributed to weight savings the magnesium timing, gearbox, blow-by and alternator covers.

The cover in particular made a difference to the scales given it alone made a difference of 2 kilos in comparison to the one fitted to the Size, obviously makes a so the new smaller version meant had to be made to the upper block due to the of the new alternator and new hose connections. The feed system included throttle bodies that to 48 mm as against the 46 mm ones fitted to the

Like the F4-1000 Tamburini, the key to the engine performance lies the revolutionary, patented Torque System (TSS). The end result is an engine without parallel. its 2007 “R” sister, the F4CC complies with Euro 3 with the following components: probe, catalyzer and one-piece system. The Engine Brake (EBS) must also be

This acts as a torque under deceleration. This was first launched with the series. The F4CC also a mechanical type slipper with ramps and roller

It is a one-off item of equipment.


Not one item is made using industrial methods and this has an effect on the price of the F4CC. All the peripheral components were made. This includes the feet, the footpegs (shim and “filed down” to reduce the upper steering column and levers.

Every item has carefully designed then built using techniques the racing department has applied the years. The F4 frame is made chrome molybdenum that, being very light, the rigidity that any Superbike out more than 200 CV must This frame is used in the F4 range and remains unchanged on the

The swing arm and frame plates are magnesium and the choice of a mono arm not only how solid this is, but the sight of one side of the rear being completely “exposed” underlines the fact that is a 100,000 euro MV Agusta.


In the suspension race experience counts than ever. It is experience on the that leads to evolution in systems where improvements place step-by-step. Flashes of however are never discounted.

if everything looks the same the outside, you can feel the difference you try the F4CC or you can see the difference when the and “mono-arm” are X-rayed. Suspension are the result of extensive research and collaboration with riders always want to feel the “hands-on”. They insist on no than predictable, controllable from the machine. All the components at the are Marzocchi like the enormous 50 mm

These items provide and strength under braking and The forks are carbon nitride to decrease friction but this also adds to the bike’s aggressive image. The one-off damper and racing mono absorber are both made by The mono unit can be adjusted for at high and low speeds.

In effect, the is fitted with racing


The is fitted with 100% Racing brakes. This is an exact copy of the one used on bikes that have two 310 X 6 mm up front with monoblock housing 4 pistons and 2 pads. A 220 mm disc looks after at the rear. The only difference the “official” Brembo race lies in the second dust fitted to road going version.

This serves to reduce on the brakes that certainly not be serviced as often as those on a racing version.

The forged Brembo Super Light “Y” wheels come in a new color and 3.50 x 17” and 6.00 x 17”. are fitted with Pirelli Supercorsa Pro tires measuring and 190/55.


Only 100 units of the hand-built F4 CC be made for worldwide distribution. The will come with accessories including a Trussardi jacket and a Girard-Perregaux watch. 100 of these specially designed F4 CC have been made and one is worth 15,000 Euro.

WATCH: PRECIOUS TIME. LAUREATO EVO3 F4CC. chronograph watch, 52 jewels, reserve min.

46 hours, case, caoutchouc strap, winding see-through case-back. edition, 100 pieces numbered as the bike.

F4CC LEATHER ITALIAN FASHION. TRUSSARDI JACKET. Only 100 pieces with superior leather.

US 2008 MV Agusta F4CC Castiglioni

MSRP: $120,000 USD

Type Four cylinder, 4 16 valve

Timing system radial valve

Total 1078 cm3 (65.8 cu. in.)

ratio 13:1

MV Agusta F4 100 CC
MV Agusta F4 100 CC


Bore x … 79 mm x 55 mm (3.1 in. x 2.2 in. )

horse power – r.p.m. (at the 147 Kw (200 HP) at 12200 with exhaust system – Lim. r.p.m.

Max. torque – 125 Nm (12.75 Kgm) at 9000

Cooling system Liquid water-oil heat exchanger

management system “Weber 5SM ignition – injection integrated induction discharge electronic “Multipoint” electronic injection;

height intake ducts Torque Shift System

Clutch Wet, multi –

Gear Box Cassette gearbox; six constant mesh

Primary 50/79

Gear ratio

gear: Speed* 13/38 Km/h (80.6 mph) at r. p. m.

Alternator 365 W at 6000 r.p.m.

speed* 315.0 Km/h mph) (self-limited for tires


Type CrMo tubular trellis (TIG

Rear swing arm pivot material Magnesium alloy


Type “UPSIDE – telescopic hydraulic fork rebound-compression damping and spring adjustment

Rod dia. 50 mm (1.97 with carbonitriding treatment

on leg axis 129 mm (5.07 in.)


Type Progressive, single shock absorber rebound and compression (High / Low speed) damping and spring

Single sided swing material Magnesium alloy

travel 120 mm (4.72 in.)

Front brake “Brembo double floating disc Ø 320 mm (Ø 12.6 in.) diameter, steel braking band – Th. 6 mm in) and aluminum flange

Front caliper Solid-machined, “Brembo radial-type with 4 pistons – Ø 34 mm (Ø in.)

Rear brake steel disc with Ø 210 mm (Ø in.) diameter

Rear caliper With 4 pistons – Ø mm (Ø 1.00 in.)


Front: / size Forged aluminium 3.50 ” x 17 ”

MV Agusta F4 100 CC
MV Agusta F4 100 CC
MV Agusta F4 100 CC
MV Agusta F4 100 CC

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