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2014 Mv Agusta F3 800 on 2040-motos

YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:7 ColorColor: Red

Plano, Texas

Plano, TX

MV Agusta F3 tech info

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MV Agusta F3 description

2014 Mv Agusta F3 800, Badest New Middle Weight Around - The exhilaration of a 1000cc Superbike with the handling of a 6OOcc Supersport. The torque of a v-twin and the rev limit of a four-cylinder. The MV Agusta F3 800 is the new performance frontier, the avantgarde three-cylinder motorcycle proudly Made in Italy. More power, more torque, more adrenaline. The result is a motorcycle with exceptional handling, an advanced electronics package and the new 800cc engine with 148 HP and 88 Nm of torque. Coupled with the incredibly low weight of 173 Kg, it offers a power to weight ratio that allows it to do battle directly with litre class Sportbikes. The MV Agusta F3 675 redefined the concept of middleweight Supersport bikes with the perfect balance between engine and chassis. The engine is the epitome of Italian technology and the chassis offers class leading performance both on the road as well as at the track. The MV Agusta F3 800 pushes the boundaries of mid-range Supersport to Superbike replica level, revolutionising the sector with a bike that represents an undisputed technological and performance milestone. CHARACTERISTICS Three-cylinder inline, 798 cc engine Bore 79.0 mm, stroke 54.3 mm (+8.4 mm more than the F3 675) Max. power 148 HP at 13,000 rpm (+20 HP more than the F3 675) Max. torque 88Nm at 10,600 rpm 13,500 rpm limiter Slipper clutch Dry weight: 173 kg (same as the F3 675) Power-to-weight ratio: 1.17 kg/HP (-13.5% less than the F3 675, with a ratio of 1.35 kg/HP) New front brake set up with Brembo monobloc calipers Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa Tyres ENGINE The bore diameter remains unaltered at 79.0 mm; the stroke has been increased from 45.9 mm to 54.3 mm resulting in a displacement increase from 675cc to 798 cc. The power output increases an incredible value of 148 HP at 13,000 rpm coupled with a peak torque value of 88 Nm at 10,600 rpm. The rev limiter has been set to intervene at 13,500 rpm. The timing system is double overhead cam with four titanium valves per cylinder to benefit the high RPM performance. The fuel injectors are also new which guarantee a higher flow rate and increased power compared to those of the F3 675. The three-cylinder engine is the pinnacle of motorcycle engineering: it's extremely light and compact (weighing just 52 kg) and uses a “closed-deck” shell mold cast crankcase with integrated cylinders. The water and oil circuits are integrated into the actual crankcase castings and their respective pumps are located inside the engine with obvious advantages in terms of styling as well as compactness. Among the innovations on this three-cylinder MV Agusta F3 800 is the counter-rotating crankshaft, a technical solution that prior to the F3 675 was only available on MotoGP motorcycles. The objective? To reduce the rotational inertia effect during quic

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