Tuesday, March 8, 2011

2011 MV Agusta F3

The new middleweight by MV follows the The styling is pure MV Agusta, as with its big brother the F4, but the F3 is even more unique. Also, the MV Traction Control (TC) has been incorporated into the engine control system raising the dynamic control to a new level on the 2011 F3 motorcycle. For the first time on an MV (and in the middleweight supersport category) there is ride-by-wire with multi-maps that optimize the power output in all sportbike riding conditions. Another is an advanced electronic engine control system designed specifically for this extraordinary three cylinder motorcycle.

One of the numerous technical features is the counter-rotating crankshaft, never before seen on a production supersport engine. MV Agusta claims that the F3 engine is the more compact, shortest and narrowest when compared with the competition, and capable of generating the most power in this category. This iconic MV F3 engine has now returned in the form of a middle-weight supersport with performance and technical standards based on the demands of Claudio Castiglioni who is convinced that this is the ideal architecture for the 600cc segment. With this layout MV raced and won an unprecedented number of races and world championship titles. The F3 engine, an inline 675cc three cylinder (similar to the Triumph 675 triple launched in 2006), plays homage to the most victorious motorcycle brand in the word.

Light weight, power and electronics working in harmony on a new F3 motorcycle that claims to push the class to the extreme. The MV F3 was a completely new project created by CRC, the research center that has continually designed and developed the motorcycles of dreams. The new 2011 MV Agusta F3 has applied the brand's legacy principles to another motorcycle segment, the 600 supersport category. A motorcycle work of art is arriving that is synonymous with excellence, style and technology.


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