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I START THE BIKE AND IT IDDLE ROUGH TILL IT REACHES HOT TEMPERATURES MY FRIEND TOLD ME THE GAS AND THE OXYGEN IS THE KEY POINT. I HAVE A 2010 MV AGUSTA F4

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SOURCE: Acceleration

197 bhp at the crank (we got no where near this on a dyno). Top end 187.9mph. 0-180 17.9 secs faster than 08 r1gsxr1000 and busa. 1/4 mile - 10.08 secs at 148.2 mph,

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SOURCE: MV Agusta F4 750S (2000 model) stripdown

Can anyone advise where I can obtain a download or purchase a CD for F4 750S (2000 model) stripdown re-assembly and maintenance? The previous owner gave me a CD which contains:- 1. Owners manual. 2. Engine only stripdown and re-build (complete with poor photographs!) 3. Spare parts diagrams and part numbers. The above certainly seems to be taken from official MV sources and appears not to be a scanned in copy of MV documentation i.e. it seems to have been produced as a .pdf for printing off. I am really looking for detail like complete bike stripdown and re-assembly as well as basic maintenance such as chain tensioning brake pad and coolant replacement etc.do a search on the site for MV Agusta F4 750S Manual,,,

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SOURCE: mileage

I own a 2002 f4 it can get bad mileage when pushing hp which i do that get me around 25 to 30 mpg.,

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: loose drive chain

The answer can be found in the owners manual, however your will need to undo the wheel nut with a special socket. I got one from the States for about $150. Make sure you get one that fits the MV Agusta wheel nut. It is not the same as the Ducati. The other thing you will need is a torque wrench. The torque settings are in the manual. The last thing you will need is the race stand. If you didn't get one with the bike then be prepared, they are expensive. I have found that my chain stays adjusted for the 6,000 km between services. Considering all that you have to go through to adjust it, and the consequences of getting it wrong ( damage to rims etc from a slipping wrench) I would get a shop to do it. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 MV Agusta 750, my headlight works sometimes

You seem to have an intermittent open. Grab your headlight wires and wiggle them while watching the headlight itself. Se if you can make the light go on and off. check all elecrical connections. You might have a bad ground somewhere. Chaz Moto Dc

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