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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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FS: 2013 MV Agusta F3 red/silver (used) - Boston, MA

I never thought I would have to do this after owning this beauty for just over 2 months, but priorities have changed and I have to let this go. The bike is mint, no scratches or dings, perfect showroom condition!

Bike: 2013 MV Agusta F3 (base model)
Mileage: 5400 miles
Issues: None
Mapping: latest US map
Tires: Stock tires with at least 2k miles left on them.
Mods included: 3M Ventureshield paint protection film all over the body panels (worth $600).
Price: $13000 (PM me with your offer or if you have any questions. I am also reachable at 978.378.0697)

Accessories not included above, but available for purchase separately:
Part - MSRP - Your price (everything is mint, 2months old)
R&G Front axle sliders - $55 - $40
Rear axle sliders - $50 - $35
BikepenR GPS mount - $215 - $160
Evotech race gas cap - $190 - $150
New set of Dunlop Q2 tires 120/70 & 180/55 - $220

Engine: Liquid-cooled 675cc Inline Three, 12-valves
Electronic package: DTC, EBC and Quick Shifter
Bore and Stroke: 79.0 x 45.9mm
Compression Ratio: 13.0:1
Fuel Delivery: Dual Stage Fuel Injection
Clutch: Wet multi-plate; Cable actuation
Transmission: Six-speed
Final Drive: Chain 16F/43R
Frame: Steel/Aluminum
Front Suspension: 43mm inverted fork; three-way adjustable for spring preload, compression and rebound; 4.92 in. travel
Rear Suspension: Gas-charged shock absorber; three-way adjustable for spring preload, compression and rebound; 4.84 in. travel
Front Brakes: 320mm discs with radial-mount Brembo two-piece calipers
Rear Brake: 220mm disc with double-piston caliper
Curb Weight: 420 lbs..
Wheelbase: 54.23 in.
Rake: 23.6 deg. Trail: 3.89 in.
Seat Height: 31.96 in.
Fuel Capacity: 4.22 gal.
Manufacturer Warranty: Two year







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She's a beauty, sorry to hear you have to let her go. GLWS.
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Love that Bike!
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Thanks guys.
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Did the latest US map fixed all the problems most reviewers had with the F3?
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Did the latest US map fixed all the problems most reviewers had with the F3?
The reviews were mostly of 2012 model (not sold in US), which had some issues with cush drive, map and clutch plate. Those issues were fixed by the factory in the production line and the bike was launched later in US as MY2013. The map I am running is almost perfect.
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My buddy bought one a few months ago. He rode a demo without the new map and then got his and it was updated. He said it seemed a lot more driveable and smoother.

Btw great looking bike.

Here's his and mine.



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I shouldn't be muddying up your FS thread, but that bike is gorgeous. Mind telling us how it compares to the S1Krr? That's one of the few bikes I've thought of getting rid of my BMW for, would I miss the S1?


Edit: Just saw your post over on Ducati.ms, I've bought a ton of Duc parts from you in the past, small world That Termi slip-on sounds like pure sex on my 749s, thanks!

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I shouldn't be muddying up your FS thread, but that bike is gorgeous. Mind telling us how it compares to the S1Krr? That's one of the few bikes I've thought of getting rid of my BMW for, would I miss the S1?
Comparing a liter bike with a supersport is apples and oranges. Both have their benefits, but in all practicality, a supersport has more than adequate power for street and most tracks! The F3 is drop dead gorgeous, turns heads everywhere I go, people come up to me and compliment me for it...it is a stunner. It weighs much less than the BMW, more agile in corners, more stable chassis and the triple motor has lots of torque. Every time I swing my leg over it, it bring a smile on my face

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