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rage2
11-06-2002, 02:22 AM
Took some pics of it at a friend's house.

http://www.virgeweb.com/rage2/misc/mv-1.jpg
http://www.virgeweb.com/rage2/misc/mv-2.jpg
http://www.virgeweb.com/rage2/misc/mv-3.jpg

James
11-06-2002, 02:35 AM
No Clue, but is that Viper i see in the background?:dunno: :bigpimp:

rage2
11-06-2002, 02:44 AM
Originally posted by James
No Clue, but is that Viper i see in the background?:dunno: :bigpimp:

Nope. It's a Hennessey Venom 600 :D.

James
11-06-2002, 02:52 AM
Originally posted by rage2


Nope. It's a Hennessey Venom 600 :D.

Son of a Bitch!!:bigpimp: ..... looks like theres 4 other cars in there, And atleast 1 Car under wraps, another Bike, a Car Lift!! Who the hell is this Guy!!:thumbsup:

infamous
11-06-2002, 07:07 AM
hrmm...i could tell you more about that bike if i could see it in that garage :D

jdmakkord
11-06-2002, 07:43 AM
hes got a bed in there too, I'd rather sleep next to those than............

ScCab
11-06-2002, 08:43 AM
1999 MV Agusta F4 Serie Oro

Manufacturer: Cagiva
Model: F4 Serie Oro
Price: $43,400 (Europe)
Engine: inline, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke
Bore x stroke: 73.8 x 43.8 mm
Displacement: 750 cc
Carburation: EFI Weber-Marelli
Transmission: 6-speed
Claimed horsepower: 126 BHP at 12200 rpm
Claimed torque: 52.8 ft-lbs @ 9000 rpm (7.3 kg-m)
Wheelbase: 55.6 in. (1412 mm)
Rear tire: 190/50 - ZR17 Tubeless Radial
Front tire: 120/65 - ZR17 Tubeless Radial
Fuel capacity: 5.8 gal. (22 L)
Claimed dry weight: 396.8 lb. (180 Kg.)

Introduced to the public at the 1998 Milan Show, the F4 has already become part of MV legend. In a publicity masterstroke, the factory announced that, most unusually, production would commence with a limited edition run of just 300 very special F4s - the 'Serie Oro' (Gold Series). Production, at the leisurely rate of just three machines per day, commenced late in 1999 at MV's new factory at Cassinetta di Biandronno, Varese.

Designed by Massimo Tamburini, creator of the Ducati 916, the F4 employs a tubular-steel trellis frame, broadly similar to the Ducati's, beneath which hangs the water-cooled double-overhead-camshaft 16 valve engine. The latter was designed by Ferrari and is unique among modern multi-cylinder motorcyle engines in so far as each cylinder's four valves are disposed radially, rather than as opposed pairs. Equipped with a state-of-the-art Weber-Marelli engine management system, this lightweight and compact power unit produces a class-leading 125bhp. A cassette-type six-speed gearbox enables ratio changes to be made without splitting the engines.

To be able to own that bike you would have to be some serious hitter cause even if you had tons of money you still couldn't get that bike unless you were a somebody

infamous
11-06-2002, 08:57 AM
:drool: that sounds like one pimp bike....shit for the price of that bike you could go and buy almost any reasonable car....

LaughingTiger
11-06-2002, 08:01 PM
Originally posted by ScCab
1999 MV Agusta F4 Serie Oro

Manufacturer: Cagiva
Model: F4 Serie Oro
Price: $43,400 (Europe)
Engine: inline, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, 4-stroke
Bore x stroke: 73.8 x 43.8 mm
Displacement: 750 cc
Carburation: EFI Weber-Marelli
Transmission: 6-speed
Claimed horsepower: 126 BHP at 12200 rpm
Claimed torque: 52.8 ft-lbs @ 9000 rpm (7.3 kg-m)
Wheelbase: 55.6 in. (1412 mm)
Rear tire: 190/50 - ZR17 Tubeless Radial
Front tire: 120/65 - ZR17 Tubeless Radial
Fuel capacity: 5.8 gal. (22 L)
Claimed dry weight: 396.8 lb. (180 Kg.)

Introduced to the public at the 1998 Milan Show, the F4 has already become part of MV legend. In a publicity masterstroke, the factory announced that, most unusually, production would commence with a limited edition run of just 300 very special F4s - the 'Serie Oro' (Gold Series). Production, at the leisurely rate of just three machines per day, commenced late in 1999 at MV's new factory at Cassinetta di Biandronno, Varese.

Designed by Massimo Tamburini, creator of the Ducati 916, the F4 employs a tubular-steel trellis frame, broadly similar to the Ducati's, beneath which hangs the water-cooled double-overhead-camshaft 16 valve engine. The latter was designed by Ferrari and is unique among modern multi-cylinder motorcyle engines in so far as each cylinder's four valves are disposed radially, rather than as opposed pairs. Equipped with a state-of-the-art Weber-Marelli engine management system, this lightweight and compact power unit produces a class-leading 125bhp. A cassette-type six-speed gearbox enables ratio changes to be made without splitting the engines.

To be able to own that bike you would have to be some serious hitter cause even if you had tons of money you still couldn't get that bike unless you were a somebody



Shit you know your bikes....!!!

finboy
11-07-2002, 10:17 PM
Originally posted by rage2


Nope. It's a Hennessey Venom 600 :D.

hmm, i didn't think you could get those after you sent a viper to hennessey, just a bunch of excuses and half a viper :D

RickDaTuner
11-09-2002, 12:32 AM
fastest looking red X i've ever seen

dj21
11-19-2002, 04:00 AM
You lot don't know much about bikes do you!?!?!?!

As for the MV-it's a very famous bike and anyone who knows anything knows that bike.

As for the price-it's way out of date-that bike costs about 10,000 so half your figure and you come close!

:guns: :guns: :guns: :guns: :guns: :guns: :rolleyes:

gflefel
12-17-2003, 02:28 PM
1999, 600 km, number 267 out of 300 worldwide.

currently in Spain. [email protected]

Ducati
01-10-2004, 10:55 PM
Damn! I cannot open the pictures.

Bikes are ART. Or they could be. Look at all the wild bikes that have rolled out of Massimo Tamburini's studio, or the late great John Britten, or Lord Hesketh, or any number of chopper-builders here and abroad.

As much as I enjoy cars, there seems to be only so much you can do with them. A bike can be customized and personalized and specially built to be so unique and beautiful that no one can recognize what it once was, other than it sure is wild and beautiful.