MV Agusta has unveiled race replicas for his or her three-cylinder F3 bikes within the run-up to the EICMA motorbike present in Milan subsequent week.
The F3 675 and F3 800 RC (Reparto Corse) variations observe a plethora of race replicas and limited-editions launched over the previous few weeks.
They embody the Lewis Hamilton F4 LH44, F4 RC and Dragster 800 RC.
No new fashions
No new fashions, simply race reproduction and restricted version variations of present fashions.
However then, MV Agusta boss Claudio Castiglioni earlier this 12 months mentioned there can be no new fashions this 12 months.
That was when the corporate was foundering with liquidity points.
These points have now been resolved with funding by Russian buyers.
However can we now anticipate new fashions at EICMA?
The timing of those RC fashions simply earlier than the present is likely to be to steal some publicity as a result of they don’t have something new to point out in Milan.
Nevertheless, the F3 RC variations do have the brand new Euro4-compliant engines which we anticipate will probably be included within the 2018 F3 commonplace fashions which could possibly be on show.
The Euro4 triples are 48% quieter and have 50% decrease emissions.
Energy is similar at 95kW for the 675 and 110kW for the 800.
MV Agusta F3 race replicas
In the meantime, the F3 RC fashions get the same old manufacturing facility racing graphics, pink wheels, personalised engine mapping, eight-level traction management an EAS 2.zero digital shifter and suspension upgrades.
Solely 350 fashions of every will probably be produced and house owners will get a picket field stuffed with extras that flip it right into a track-day bike, together with titanium exhaust, carbon fibre bits and items, new levers and a brand new ECU to extend energy to 99kW within the 675 and 114kW on the800.
There’s now phrase but from MV Agusta Australia on when the replicas will arrive in Australia or pricing. Nevertheless, you may anticipate they are going to value just a few thousand greater than the usual.