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Buzglyd 11-13-2004 06:07 AM

Re: David Ogilvy Would be Proud
It depends on the premium you're willing to pay for beautiful. The frame, the wheels, triple clamps, etc are all painstakingly detailed.

Don't forget to factor in exclusivity which the MV has in spades.

A Corvette can go as fast as a Ferrari you know.

longride 11-13-2004 06:28 AM

Re: 2005 MV Agusta F4-1000 S
If I had unlimited funds with unlimited garage space, this one would certainly be in my collection. This is one beautiful machine. Nice story Yossef!

Buzglyd 11-13-2004 06:31 AM

Re: 2005 MV Agusta F4-1000 S
The organ pipe arrangement under the seat certainly has no equal in motorcycling.

Can a man have two MV Agustas?

longride 11-13-2004 06:36 AM

Re: 2005 MV Agusta F4-1000 S
Only if KP's relatives start procreating at a much higher level will you have two. One sweet bike for sure. Not sure I'd fit so well on it though.

wrecks 11-13-2004 07:23 AM

Re: 2005 MV Agusta F4-1000 S
Nostradamus predicted you'd be an a$$hole

Nplateau 11-13-2004 07:47 AM

Re: David Ogilvy Would be Proud
But neither can go as fast as my imagination. And that my friend, is about as exclusive as it gets.

Okay okay so I'm pulling at straws here, but to be sure, if I had the loot, I'd have an MV.

Vlad 11-13-2004 08:00 AM

Re: radial valves
Thank you, oh wise ones. I have to admit, it seems to be a little strange, but one can't argue with HP.


BMW4VWW 11-13-2004 09:12 AM

Re: 2005 MV Agusta F4-1000 S
You've probably read Sean's explaination of radial valves in the thread above by now. What Sean didn't mention is that the radial valve configuration in production motorcycles has been in use since at least 1983 by Honda, as the XR 350 I explored Baja on had them. Look on any older Honda thumper and if you see RVCC on the head it means radial vavle combustion chamber. VWW

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