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Default MV F3 675 Augusta Details Revealed!

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MV’s forthcoming and mouth-watering new supersports, the F3 675, will be the most sophisticated, tech-laden supersports ever when it finally goes on sale next month.
The Italian firm has at long last revealed the all-new machine’s full technical specification and it promises to blow away conventions of what middleweight sports bikes are fitted with – and capable of.
In short, the all-new three-cylinder machine’s spec reads more like that of high-end full-litre superbike than that of a 600-class machine.
Switchable mapping and traction control, launch control, anti-wheelie and a quickshifter headline the F3’s superbike-style electronics package; the ultra-compact, short-stroke three-cylinder engine boasts a MotoGP-style counter-rotating crank and a claimed 128cv @ 14,500rpm; while the chassis is ultra-compact, too – boasting a class-leading, ultra-short, 1380mm wheelbase and dry weight of just 173kg.
The new F3 675 will be available from December in limited edition, 19,999 ‘Serie Oro’ guise and from January in standard form priced 9999 In red/silver, white or black.

Looks absolutely spectacular!

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