2014 MV Agusta F3 800

MV uses an Eldor ECU to keep tabs of the bike’s major functions, including the eight traction control settings (nine including off) and four different riding modes — Rain, Normal, Sport, and Custom. Similar to the system seen on the Brutale 800, TC consists of sensors for throttle position, gear position, engine speed and rear wheel speed to react to rate of change between engine and rear-wheel speed.