2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 R unveiled at Milan EICMA show with all-new engine…

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MV Agusta F4 1000 Corse


Despite cash-strapped company Harley-Davidson looking to it off in order to raise much-needed (this after recently ownership rights late year), MV Agusta looks to be at full strength with a of new models for 2010, the latest of is the all-new F4 1000 R that was at the Milan EICMA show. In an move toward allowing the to be legally campaigned in the World Championship, MV Agusta has returned the F4 to its 998cc displacement with an engine that is much and compact, yet nearly as powerful as its predecessor. Although using the basic hybrid chromoly lattice/cast aluminum sideplate design, the new chassis is both and lighter than its forerunner.

While the inline-four-cylinder engine utilizes the same 76 x 55mm x … configuration, virtually else has been examined and in the quest for less weight and power. The crankshaft inertia has increased by 50 percent to smooth response (one of our major with the F4 engine in nearly all its over the years), with and stronger connecting rods.

The cylinder head’s signature four-valve combustion chamber returns with lighter intake valves and shorter tracts working with the TSS intake setup (first on the F4 Tamburini model) breathing new 49mm Mikuni throttle sporting two injectors per cylinder. All of plus the Mark II traction system, is manipulated by the first use of the Marelli 7BM ECU; besides the different levels of intervention can be chosen, the Marelli unit contains standard and “rain” management maps. Both the oil and pumps have been for better efficiency, with additional changes to the engine bulk and/or adding

The original four separate pipe” under-seat exhaust by original designer Massimo has been retained, with the of an electronically-controlled valve helping cut on noise while helping exhaust pulses for optimum In fact, Tamburini’s original for the F4 has been kept largely probably a good thing you look at what happened the time a company decided to from a Tamburini design “999”).

MV Agusta F4 1000 Corse

Although outwardly similar, the chromoly steel tube aluminum sideplate chassis has extensive revisions. Changes to the and diameter of the steel tubing with a redesign of the aluminum pivot plates has resulted in weight and better torsional The swingarm pivot plates also been moved increasing front-end weight while allowing the single-sided to be 20mm longer without the wheelbase.

That swingarm has been revamped to drop 2.65 while maintaining the same of torsional rigidity. Even the Marzocchi inverted fork and wheel hub went under the CAD knife to drop weight.

The end is a motorcycle that cranks out a 186.3 horsepower at 12,900 while weighing in at a claimed 424 dry. Surely a recipe for performance, and one that we’ll be on as soon as we’re able to a leg over one.

MV Agusta F4 1000 Corse

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