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MV Agusta 1000 Ago

Our official SBK Fast Dates Superbike girl Robin rides the … new F4-1000 and Ago models from MV Agusta and it like it is. The former Miss and Miss Hawaiian Tropic is very … herself. she fondles the Mamba»s lucky mirror.

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Mia and Ago, Too!

By SBK Fast World Superbike Girl Robin Cunningham

Location by Jim Gianatsis — click on any for a larger view

What is it Italians which we love to They’re certainly the most beautiful, sensual and erotic on earth. One look, one romantic and its an experience of a lifetime that is lasts way too short. A tryst you always remember. They’ve got the the soul, the passion and the delivery no one can deliver.

You’ll want to to again and again. Despite the it all comes with incredible and expense. The stretched bank the numerous trips to the doctor, the waits to get what you need.

But in the end, that romantic with the steamy glances and pounding anticipation, followed by incredible roll between the makes it all worth it.

The F4 1000 Ago is an stallion that dishes out grand prix heritage in its This is the only color an MV Agusta should be, but then the Ago be special if it had to share with all its mates. The red suede leather could make a girl in her jeans.

Italian bikes are like that, too. The and sexiest Italian on the block is the MV F4 1000 from a company history is stepped in rich from the 1960’s when heros like Giacomo trounced the Japanese factories Hondas in Grand Prix and the only way MV could be beaten was to them and hire away riders.

And like all great Italian companies, MV Agusta has been from the … and the creditors by one of the significant teams in sportbike Claudio Castiglioni and Massimimo the former director and chief from Ducati who put Ducati on top in Superbike in the early 1990’s and the most significant sportbike of all — the Ducati 916 and its variants.

The F4 Mamba in Red / Black is a limited lightweight carbon fibre kit and forged wheels.

It was Castiglioni who MV Agusta company from the in the mid 1990s and brought Tamburini on to design an all new Superbike for MV based on the in-line 4-cylinder GP machines. And their 916 Ducati before it, the new F4 750 was an motorcycle. Even more than the 916, while it’s sucessful race geometry and the trademark single swinagrm .

The only shortcoming in the new MV F4 750 was its size. It was introduced into the just as 750cc fours no longer competive in Superbike against the bigger 1000cc And soon, 1000cc in-line would be allowed into racing as well.

Not too many people were in buying a beautiful, sweet expensiove exotic Italain that couldn’t run with the

Hence the new F4 1000cc which remains unchanged in the chassis and department (why spoil with the engine redesigned to a 1000cc with many internal changes to increase RPM and even more, and keep it on par the latest Japanese 1000cc

MV Agusta 1000 Ago

Underseat quad exhausts single side swingarm, …. reminicent of Tamburini’s 916

The base F4-1000 came the market in mid 2004 with a price of $21,495 . Twice the of a comparable Japanese Superbike the R1, CBR1000RR, ZX10 and GSXR1000. But between the other comparably Italian, the Ducati 999 ($17.995) and ($23,995). The base MV tips the at 424 lbs dry which is a little heavy days, but turns our a strong @ 11,750rpm.

Because MV is a small manufacturer a limited product line new Brutale 750cc … has now joins the F4-750 and 1000), MV is their sales potential and by offering Upgraded or Limited Versions and Bolt-on Kits of 3 different models. Not any different what Ducati does its bikes, and which the Japanese do because of their larger runs.

One of our test bikes was provided by Pro Italia Motosports, CA, is the base F4-1000 which was with the $12,000 Mamba Option Kit . limited to just 300 and includes all new Red Black carbon bodywork and forged Aluminum wheels. Bolted onto a price F4-100 you are looking at a cost of $33,495 . Ouch!

The bike we evaluate here, the very limited edition Ago . is owned by former racer and owner Cammie Coe. The Ago at a much more affordable cost since all the stock F4-1000 parts the Mamba kit could be left at the factory. The Ago is to a Mamba Kited bike, but the prettier paint job, and a stronger powerband thanks to a silencer tailpiece with a non smog EPROM chip.

The Ago was built in a limited edition run of 300 bikes to kick off the world introduction of the new F4-1000 model

Expect to see lots of exciting edition F4s and Kits coming MV in the future, but rolling your own the parts book might be the affordable way to go if you don’t have an bankroll or need the gingerbread of one of the editions. For collectors, though, a edition MV like the Mamba or an Replica is a must.

British motojournalist Alan Cathcart tested in Italy at Misano a of F4 Mamba’s provided by the MV factory, were additionally modified the Mamba Kit with more from MV’s new performance catalog. Reportedly the dry weight of the base production F4-1000 can be right down to the FIM Superbike of 162 kilos / 356 lbs half wet.

There was mention of a Stage 3 Bike with Race saving 10 lbs more together an EPROM chip remap for more power. That would come as a complete F4 bike priced at $45,750 .


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