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Thumbs up Drove a MV Agusta 1000 last night....

I hopped on my friends MV 1000 last night and took it for a ride. For those of you who don't know...these are the Ferrari of sportbikes. They actually sound like a Ferrari!! The bike was uncomfortable when I got on it and felt like someone had their boot in my back. Got the thing going and noticed that there is an amazing race suspension underneath that thing. The seat actually seemed to feel like a bucket seat in a car once the bike was rolling. Kinda cool actually but would get on my nerves if riding for 30 minutes or more. Anyways...this suspension is cool!!! Feels stiff, yet whenever you go over bumps in the road....the suspension will give for them and you barely notice them. Got the bike up to around 80 and it had tons more power......seriously could rev the everliving shit outta that thing and keep on going!!

Way cool bike!! If I was wealthy.... I would get one definitely. I hear people talking shit about how much they cost.....they obviously haven't compared them to the price of a Harley.

Anyways...we are going to be riding around this evening and if anyone knows of any get togethers... we can probly try to make it out to some.
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Post some pictures of that thing! How much do they cost anyway?
I'll get pics today/tonight. They run around $30k I believe.
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There are a couple to select from nowadays, the F4 siena (sp?) is hot shit, as is the one you rode. Its a mature riders bike, would feel real bad doing something stupid and dropping one of those!

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nice bikes, I went to the ducati dealer here in plano and got to watch them unpack a few out of the crates (just like a ferrari). But I know if I owned one, Id be a big jackass on it and wad the damn bike.
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Here's a pic of me on the bike yesterday. Damn evening sun was in my eyes...
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hey look, its an overpriced 4cyl. they are nice bikes, but waaaay too much $$$$

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hey look, its an overpriced 4cyl. they are nice bikes, but waaaay too much $$$$
Have you driven one?
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its a hot bike no doubt, kinda like a 200k ferrari, lux tax for name/style though it appears the perform well. I KNOW the new 1000's are a lot better peformers than the old MV's of a couple years ago, those were 750's I believe. I like the bike, but can't get into the exhaust. I think a single can thats shaped into the tail would have looked nicer.

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I hated the exhaust too until I heard a video of one. Those are pimp bikes.
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Oh sound, yeah, its money, its the design I'd rework.

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love that bike and the exhaust is what attracks me to it, it's different.

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Have you driven one?

I dont need to. For the money, it can be alot better or you can get a Jap Liter bike and have something just as fast

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I dont need to. For the money, it can be alot better or you can get a Jap Liter bike and have something just as fast
A lot better than what? Your basing your experience on the fact that you haven't driven one. Fast is not all that this bike is about. Style, speed, steering, handling are all things rolled into the total package (this bike has a magnesium swingarm!). $30k is a lot of money, but would you rather have this for 30k or a slow run-of-the-mill Harley?
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my opinion is the ducati is the ferrari of bikes, and the mv agusta is the lamborghini of bikes. i would love to buy a used agusta in a few years, probably a 750 1+1 though.

some guys will just never come out of their shell. there is more in this world than japanese bikes and there is more to bikes than straightline speed. but i guess if you like blending in with everyone else keep to your run of the mill bikes. id rather pay 20k for the mv agusta for the speed, control, stability, exotic, and look good.

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A lot better than what? Your basing your experience on the fact that you haven't driven one. Fast is not all that this bike is about. Style, speed, steering, handling are all things rolled into the total package (this bike has a magnesium swingarm!). $30k is a lot of money, but would you rather have this for 30k or a slow run-of-the-mill Harley?

Im basing my opinion on common sense. If you raced me on a CBR1000 or a ZX10 and I beat you, do you think by buying that $30k bike youll beat me? NO

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Im basing my opinion on common sense. If you raced me on a CBR1000 or a ZX10 and I beat you, do you think by buying that $30k bike youll beat me? NO
The CBR1000 will lose. The ZX10 I'm not sure about. I have an R1 and the MV1000 will hang with me without even stretching it's legs (it's still being broken in). The bike has all kinds of cool shit that you don't see on cheaper bikes. Ferrari valvetrain, full race suspension, magnesium parts, etc. It's one bad mf'er for sure!
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You know the crazy thing is we took it to Whataburger on Sat evening and parked it next to all 50 of the GSXR's there.... only a couple of guys knew what the MV was and came over to talk about it. I had more people talking to me about my R1 than my friend did with his MV. None of those kids even knew what was sitting next to my bike.
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the first day i got/brought my duc 749 up to sonic, i had a huge crowd surround me before i could even park. i felt like a movie star. i cant believe no one recognized that bike. there is nothing like it. their mv brutale is awesome, too.

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The CBR1000 will lose. The ZX10 I'm not sure about. I have an R1 and the MV1000 will hang with me without even stretching it's legs (it's still being broken in). The bike has all kinds of cool shit that you don't see on cheaper bikes. Ferrari valvetrain, full race suspension, magnesium parts, etc. It's one bad mf'er for sure!

oh my god, if you think the bike makes the rider then go to any trackday. the CBR will NOT lose. The ZX10 will lose with a shitty rider, the R6 would win with a badass rider. Dont tell me that the bike decides the race. If you lose to me on one bike, a $30k bike wont make a difference

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The CBR1000 will lose. The ZX10 I'm not sure about. I have an R1 and the MV1000 will hang with me without even stretching it's legs (it's still being broken in). The bike has all kinds of cool shit that you don't see on cheaper bikes. Ferrari valvetrain, full race suspension, magnesium parts, etc. It's one bad mf'er for sure!
Ferrari valvetrain? I don't see the norm jap sport bikes having any trouble in that department. One thing that bike prolly has on the normal street bikes is the suspension but its not like a jap bike can't have just as good of suspension. A friend of mine dynod his MV1000 stock and it made 145 to the wheel 75 tq. Pretty stout. Buddy of mine also ditched the stock suspension on it for some reason and went with penske???

And if you want a full exhaust put up 3500 bucks and u got it.
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i wish .. I have an 05 1000 but arm is about 3400 for the kit and the wheels are about 2000...

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Hey, does your buddy live in Southlake? I keep seeing this Agusta rolling down 114 this week and then saw it jumping on the highway in Southlake this morning when I was grabbing some breakfast.




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When I was picking up my Ducati they had a bunch of the MV's there. Rode a couple of models. WAY cool bikes. WAY to much money. I'd buy one if the money was there.
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I'm in love with those bikes. I'm just waiting for the day that $40,000 just falls in my lap. Screw a $10k Jap bike anyday for one of those.
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66deuce wow you can DRIVE a bike???? and someone let you take their MV.

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Obviously a 30k bike is alot to the average joe who lives within a budget.But if I wiped my ass with twenty dollar bills i would have one of those and a 999R sitting in my garage.
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Hey, does your buddy live in Southlake? I keep seeing this Agusta rolling down 114 this week and then saw it jumping on the highway in Southlake this morning when I was grabbing some breakfast.
No not him. He's in Arlington and works on the other side of the metroplex from Southlake.
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The motorcycle enthusiast world is not all about straight line speed. Some people actually enjoy RIDING their bikes.
This bike has speed and handling out the ass. There are no really no proper words to describe the difference in both speed and handling when compared to my 04 R1.
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Isn't the term "riding my bike" for people who own Huffy's and BMX's and shit? Yeah... I DROVE this bike because it's motorized.
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No not him. He's in Arlington and works on the other side of the metroplex from Southlake.
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I owned a 911 Turbo w/ my Trans Am on the highway. Straight embarrased his 100k car. In the end...................He drove home in a Porsche I drove home in a Trans Am. There is a difference.
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Here is a very well-written article done by Road and Track Magazine. The part about the Agusta is what got my attention.

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Here is a very well-written article done by Road and Track Magazine. The part about the Agusta is what got my attention.

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