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2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Voted - Awesome

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:34 pm

2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

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2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

THE NEW LEADER OF THE SUPERSPORT CATEGORY

After being elected the “Most beautiful 600 in the world”, the MV Agusta F3 675 is now ready to become the new reference both on the street and on the track. This Supersport boasts an ultra-advanced chassis and vehicle dynamics control unit MVICS (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System), that is on par with the most advanced Superbikes.

The MV Agusta F3 675 is a revolutionary motorcycle offering extreme emotions to the rider on the street and on the track. The three cylinder engine utilizes a revolutionary counter-rotating crankshaft, a solution that has only been previously seen on Moto GP motorcycles. Together with the most compact and light weight layout ever seen on a Supersport bike, these characteristics make the new F3 675 one of the best handling and most sophisticated Supersport motorcycles.

The MV Agusta F3 675 engine is the most advanced and powerful middle weight engine ever produced. It is an ultra-compact in-line three cylinder with the perfect balance between advanced mechanical engineering, advanced materials and electronic technology. Thanks to the MVICS system it is the first middleweight motorcycle with Full Ride by Wire engine controls. It includes 4 pre-set engine maps, one personally tunable map, and an 8 level traction control.

The chassis is also incredibly advanced. Studied and designed to obtain the maximum dynamic performance, it was created to have optimum rigidity and when compared to the other motorcycles in this category, offers an unparalleled level of feedback during all riding conditions. The development of the style of the MV Agusta F3 675 was based on the core philosophy that has always characterized all previous MV’s: the perfect balance between form and function that creates an object that is unique not only for its beauty but also in its effectiveness.


2013 MV Agusta F3 675 - Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing.
Canada MSRP Price: Vivid Black $17,599; Color Option $18,039 CDN


Engine
Type Three cylinder, 4 stroke, 12 valve
Timing System "D.O.H.C",
Total Displacement 675 cm3 (41.2 cu. in.)
Compression Ratio 13:1
Starting Electric
Bore X Stroke 79 mm x 45.9 mm (3.1 in. x 1.8 in.)
Max. Horse Power-R.P.M.
(at the Crankshaft) 94.2 kW (126 HP) at 14400 rpm - Rev limiter 15000 rpm.
Max. Torque-R.P.M. 71 Nm (7.24 kgm) at 10600 rpm
Cooling System Cooling with separated liquid and oil radiators
Engine Management System

Injection integrated system with six injectors Engine control unit Eldor EM2.0,
Throttle body full drive by wire Mikuni, pencil-coil with ion-sensing technology, control of detonation and misfire torque control with four maps, Traction control with eight levels of intervention
Clutch Wet, multi - disc with mechanical drive
Gear Box Cassette style; six speed, constant mesh
Primary Drive 19/36
Gear Ratio First gear: Speed* 1/14.493
Second gear: Speed* 1/10.821
Third gear: Speed* 1/9.053
Fourth gear: Speed* 1/8.040
Fifth gear: Speed* 1/7.274
Sixth gear: Speed* 1/6.712
Final drive Ratio 16/43

Electrical Equipment
Voltage 12V
Alternator 350 W at 5000 r.p.m
Battery 12 V - 8.6 Ah
Dimension & Weight
Wheelbase 1380 mm (54.230 in.)
Overall Lenght 2060 mm (81.06 in.)
Overall Width 725 mm (28.53 in.)
Saddle Height 805 mm (31.67 in.)
Min. Ground Clearance 125 mm (4.92 in.)
Trail 99 mm (3.89 in.)
Dry Weight 173 Kg (381.4 lbs.)
Fuel Tank Capacity 16 l (4.22 U.S. gal.) - 51 (1.32 U.S. gal.)

Performance
Maximum Speed* 260.0 km/h (161.5 mph)

Frame
Type ALS Steel tubular trellis
Rear Swing Arm Pivot Plates: Material Aluminium alloy

Front Suspension
Type "UPSIDE - DOWN" telescopic hydraulic fork with rebound-compression damping and spring preload external and separate adjustment
Rod Dia. 43 mm (1.69 in.)
Travel On Leg Axis 125 mm (4.92 in.)

Rear Suspension
Type Progressive, single shock absorber with rebound and compression (High speed/Low speed) damping and spring preload adjustment
Single Sided Swing Arm: Material Aluminium alloy
Wheel Travel 123 mm (4.84 in.)

Brake
Front Brake Double floating disc with Ø 320 mm (Ø 12.6 in.) diameter, with steel brakingdisc and flange
Front Brake Caliper Radial type, with 4 pistons - Ø 32 mm (Ø 1.26 in.)
Rear Brake Single steel disc with Ø 220 mm (Ø 8.66 in.) diameter
Rear Brake Caliper With 2 pistons - Ø 34 mm (Ø 1.34 in.)

Wheels
Front: Material / Size Aluminium alloy 3,50" x 17"
Rear: Material / Size Aluminium alloy 5,50" x 17"

Tires
Front 120/70 - ZR 17 M/C (58 W)
Rear 180/55 - ZR 17 M/C (73 W)

Fairing
Material Thermoplastic

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Unread post by madjak30 » Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:40 pm

So cool we're doing it two weeks in a row...??

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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by madjak30 » Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:45 pm

Okay...now we've changed stations...

So why isn't it called the MV Agusta "Daytona"

Nice looking bike, but I think I would rather have the Triumph.

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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:46 pm

madjak30 wrote:So cool we're doing it two weeks in a row...??

Later.
LOL, man you are on top of things! No, it won't be the Boardwalk again, even though it did finish quite cool. This week is the 2013 MV Agusta F3 675. But you are not going crazy, for 2 mins I had a duplicate of the Boardwalk up as I was editing it to change it to the next model. :D

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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by HYPERR » Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:48 pm

madjak30 wrote: So why isn't it called the MV Agusta "Daytona"
Why is that? I don't see any resemblence in the design... :?

The Triumph Daytona should be called the Triumph CBR675RR. :ninja:

I'll take the MV over the shameless ripoff of the CBR600RR anyday. It's sad the direction that Triumph is taking. All they do now is make ripoff of other company's bikes or the original Triumph corporation for that matter....this from the company that came up with the unique and original Speed Triple. Sad...

As for the MV, I easily vote awesome as it is one of those bikes that is not only awesome, but I would actually consider buying as well. :kicking:
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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by madjak30 » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:36 pm

Really? 675cc triple and you don't see the reference?

Hmmm...
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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by madjak30 » Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:36 am

Here, found this...



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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by HYPERR » Sat Aug 11, 2012 7:07 pm

madjak30 wrote:Really? 675cc triple and you don't see the reference?

Hmmm...
What does the displacement have anything to do with it? Then all 600cc sport bikes are all copies of the Kawasaki Ninja?

Same goes for the number of cylinders, Triumph (especially the new Triumph corporation) has no claims whatsoever to the triple.

The Daytona is a total ripoff of the first generation CBR600RR, just like pretty much every single one of their bikes are now a ripoff of another bike. I am very disappointed with the direction this once very original company has taken in recent years.
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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by Grey Thumper » Sun Aug 12, 2012 4:52 am

Aww c'mon, just look at the thing. I'm not even interested in sportbikes, and I still think that must be the most gorgeous motorcycle currently in production. Its coolness must be 0 on the Rankine scale.
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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by JackoftheGreen » Sun Aug 12, 2012 3:24 pm

When I first got into motorcycles, it took me some time before I knew enough about what I was looking at to understand what made one bike different from the next. Differences like naked springs/covered springs/monoshock, tubby rear fenders opposed to the bobbed fenders, instrument cluster placement, turn signal locations, etc...it took awhile before those differences emerged to my senses and I could decide what I did or didn't like. And I have to admit, that level of design awareness has not yet developed for me where sport bikes are concerned. They all still look the same to me. About the only 'cue' I can readily place on this bike is the headlamp, which apparently houses both the low and high beams behind a single lens. I find that MUCH nicer than the sport bikes with two offset lenses in the fairing, but that's not enough to make a call.

I'll reserve my vote for now, as I'd like to watch the conversation unfold and see what elements of this bike other people notice. You fans of the plastic fantastics, please feel free to educate me. (-:

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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by jstark47 » Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:16 pm

MV Agusta makes breathtakingingly beautiful bikes, IMO. That alone is worth an Awesome. They've done a nice job getting the price down, too, by MV Agusta standards..... Too bad they have almost no dealer network in the US. Still, this gets an Awesome from me. Pure sex on wheels.
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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Wed Aug 15, 2012 3:21 pm

I went with: Awesome

The MV Agusta brand is a brand that stands alone (IMO), as MV Agusta says "Motorcycle Art". The fit, the finish, the flow, even the colors are very specific to convey a message, a message of quality.

I'm happy to see MV Agusta brought out a 675cc engine, that they have put into the F3 and the Brutale to create a motorcycle that isn't out of reach in price. I don't see too much simularities between the Triumph 675 myself and the F3, in fact, while I value Triumph as a premium brand, that's like saying you see simularities between the look of the new 2013 Ford Fusion and an Astin Martin. :D

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Re: This Week - 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Vote & Discuss

Unread post by sunshine229 » Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:47 am

I'm the last one to vote this week (as usual... lol) and this week I am definitely the "British Columbia" of the polls... :canada: (some of you will get that)

This bike was already AWESOME but I just voted one more AWESOME - well... that just means it's slightly more awesome now! :mrgreen:

How can a "sports standard" MV Agusta not be awesome? I love the smaller engine so there's something in the line to suit those of us who don't want monsterous engines. And man... it's gorgeous, right?! Awesome all the way!!!
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Re: 2013 MV Agusta F3 675: Voted - Awesome

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:55 am

Thanks so much for voting! The MV Agusta is a real show of Awesomeness it does seem, although some would like it to be a more little different vs the competitors to suit their tastes and that's totally understandable too. :D


Your Coolness Factor of the 2013 MV Agusta F3 675 is...

Awesome 63%
Cool 19%
Uncool 19%
Fail 0%

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