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201 Cavalli Vapore or 198 HP - MV Augusta F4 RR Corsacorta
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201 Cavalli Vapore or 198 HP - MV Augusta F4 RR Corsacorta - May 5, 2011, 03:09 PM




Making 198hp (18hp over your standard F4), the new MV features a short-stroke “Corsacorta” motor. We can expect to see the 2012 MV Agusta F4 RR Corsacorta hit dealers this summer, with a price tag of somewhere in the neighborhood of $30,000+.


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Chad, gonna need one of these at the next Duc Pond open house....
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After teasing us last week with a video of the new 2012 MV Agusta F4 RR, the Italian company has come out and released official details and photos of the 198hp superbike. Using a shorter-stroke Corsacorta motor, MV Agusta has been able to coax more top-end speed and power from the iconic F4 design. Expected to go on sale in Italy later this month, the F4 RR is carrying with it roughly a 20% premium over the base F4, and will cost €22,900 in that market.

Highlights of the new MV Agusta F4 RR:
  • New short-stroke radial valve engine 198 hp at 13,400 rpm
  • New increased bore diameter
  • New primary drive
  • New cylinder head
  • New large-diameter titanium intake and exhaust valves
  • New lightweight forged pistons in “aerospace RR alloy”
  • New exhaust 4-2-1-4
  • Close ratio gearbox
  • Variable length intake runners
  • Öhlins multi-adjustable 43 mm fork
  • Öhlins TTX 36 rear shock
  • Öhlins steering damper
  • Forged aluminum wheels













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Chad, gonna need one of these at the next Duc Pond open house....
We aren't carrying them anymore.. well, we won't be carrying them any more.. at least not after our last Brutale leaves.


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Love the bike.
Hate the price (new).

Although I have been considering picking up a used Gen 1 F4.
They're under $14,000.
Less if you want the 750.



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I saw a CC in Leesburg last Thursday. Same area where I saw the Veyron SS.


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I'm surprised their frames aren't put in a jig and computer welded.



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I saw a CC in Leesburg last Thursday. Same area where I saw the Veyron SS.
Whoa!
That's the balls out $100,000 on I believe.
I wonder if the Bugatti and CC owner are the same person.

I need to get my money up and move to Leesburg. Clearly I'm doing something wrong.



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That's the balls out $100,000 on I believe.
I wonder if the Bugatti and CC owner are the same person.

I need to get my money up and move to Leesburg. Clearly I'm doing something wrong.
I think it was 120k and you got an awesome watch too.

You and me both brother. The Veyron belongs to a muckety-muck at VAG according to a comment that Nubbs left on my FB when I posted a photo of it.

I've seen all kinds of shit running up and down 15. A real Shelby Cobra, a Gallardo, several Porsche's and the ultra-rare not-fully-engulfed 458. There's also been a GT-R in my driveway but I can't take credit for that.


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Love the bike.
Hate the price (new).

Although I have been considering picking up a used Gen 1 F4.
They're under $14,000.
Less if you want the 750.
If you pay $14k, you are paying way more than what the market dictates... you can get on a 2007 for under $10k with little to no problem..


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If you pay $14k, you are paying way more than what the market dictates... you can get on a 2007 for under $10k with little to no problem..

Thanks for the knowledge.
How is their reliability?



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