The Limited Edition MV Agusta Nero F4 1000

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The Limited Edition MV Agusta F4 1000

The Limited Edition MV Nero F4 1000

April 18, Limited edition everything is into vogue. As manufacturing more intelligent and able to to an ever more discerning and available public, eventually see products made for very markets that in many are a market of one. The MV Agusta F4 Nero is just such a – a limited edition of 21 all black F4 motorcycles. The MV Agusta name is one of legend.

Started in 1945 in the of Verghera by Count Domenico – a member of a powerful industrial whose name is still today on some of the world’s advanced helicopters. The Italian Verghera (MV) Agusta released its first 98cc in 1945 and took to the race to promote it.

Within a decade the company multi-cylinder roadsters and fire red racers that came to own the 500 and 350 titles for a decade before machinery rendered four-… obsolete. Today, the marque no races in the MotoGP class but produce a range of exquisite sports motorcycles. The Nero Edition is the brainchild of Australian MV distributor and former motorcycle Paul Feeney and will as a ready-made investment at AUD$32,990 US$24,500)

The Italian Meccanica (MV) Agusta company its first model (98cc) in and took to the race track to it. MV Agusta developed roadsters and engine red racers that the world 500 and 350 titles for a decade, Norton, Gilera, MotoGuzzi, and defeating a titanic challenge Honda before two-… rendered four-… racers

Its riders were all legends in own right, with Agostini, Read et al winning multiple before the two-… engine over Grand Prix MV Agusta road motorcycles akin to two-wheeled Ferraris at time – with a design in the road bike, the company’s cylinder models were the of roadgoing motorcycles.

And though no longer make racing they still make motorcycles at the extreme performance end of the – on a closed course in standard the MV Agusta F4 1000 has been at 305 km/h. This is born out to by the speeds for last year’s 1000 category motorcycles pits the world’s fastest motorcycles against one another in form. On a fast track Monza, the bike was clocked at km/h, slower than the of a herd of Suzuki GSX (302.6 and Yamaha R1s (295.3 km/h) but than either a ZX10 or CBR1000RR and all but a handful of the fastest of the and Suzukis.

The very fastest version of the F4 yet is the Tamborini, which sold for 77000 (US$56,000) of which 300 were sold worldwide – a less limuited edition 172.8 horsepower and weighing 185

Enthusiast Paul Feeney’s grew into a small in his native Southern Queensland where the former superbike now bases the Australian distribution of MV Cagiva Husqvarna Motorcycles. credentials as a discerner of fine are impeccable.

He won many state and championship events including the Pam Am New Zealand Superbike Series. In one year (1985) he won five titles – Arai 500 Kilometre at Surfers 200, Surfers Hour, Adelaide Three and the Castrol 6 Hour Race. had a number of enquiries about F4 1000’s similar to the limited model but the factory didn’t such a model, so Feeney for a limited run and he got an allocation of 21 F4 1000

The Nero (black in Italian) is in both a single and dual 1+1 version and comes complete official MV Agusta Corse cover and a matching MV Agusta Cap.

Each bike is with a plaque on its steering listing individual bike

The MV Agusta F4 1000 Nero with the 998cc inline cylinder engine, producing (166hp) at 11,700 rpm. is served by Marzocchi 50mm fork and the rear is supported by a racing shock absorber with both dual (high low speed) and rebound low speed). The F4 1000 Nero comes standard with an steering dampener.

The front system is equipped with the designed “Nissin F4” 6-piston that work on 310mm The rear brake is equipped a 4-piston Nissin unit works with a 210mm

The special edition MV Agusta F4 Nero comes with Nero decal on the rear and carbon look F4 1000 protector.

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