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Phil West  says:

MV F3 675 – full details released

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...

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2FAST4YOU

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2FAST4YOU says:

ABS?

Does anyone know if the F3 comes with ABS?

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JHB1984

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JHB1984 says:

finally

someone else asks for ABS ... i'm not alone yeah ;o)

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phil3

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phil3 says:

ABS

MCN's Phil West replies: No, no ABS. Sorry guys!

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ducatigav

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ducatigav says:

looks nice but think £10k for a mid size bike is a little much

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Pads1982

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Pads1982 says:

10K

In this day and age seems like a bargin when you consider how much an R6 is or even a 675R are in the same ball park.  I will not be getting one any time soon due to the high miles i do but would have one as a second bike in a flash.

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bouncerbeater

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ABS ? Anyone want panniers too ?

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blue200tdi

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blue200tdi says:

He He!

It makes Honda's, Suzuki's, Kawasaki's and Yamaha's look errrr.................NAFF! LOL

Just imagine pulling up at the local bike meet on a 'normal' bike and then the MV parks next to you! LMFAO!

And what's up with ABS? Have it on my ZZR 1400, do all of you against ABS only buy cars without it? I suppose it adds weight to the bike, so, lose weight, save money AND have a faster, safer bike.  Or just waste even more money on rediculous carbon fibre bits! :):):)

Oh, and I'll have the panniers if they're going begging. lol

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snev

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snev says:

I just love this bike regardless of price or whether its got ABS or not. Be thankfull that it even exists at all, because not much else is being offered at the moment.

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steady2wheels

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abs on a sports bike... if you need it you shouldn't be riding one because you clearly do not have the required... anything to ride one

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identity

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identity says:

Bargain!

It's sub-£10,000 (ok, only just..) - that's great value when you look at the competition, considering what you get! And it's shallow but true, if you are on anything Japanese and one of these pulls up next to you... You know how you're going to feel..

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