MV Agusta F3 800 AGO, Special Edition Bike For The Legend
MV Agusta announced that they will produce the F3 800 special edition (MV Agusta F3 800 AGO), honoring the Italian racing legend Giacomo Agostini. This bike will be given the additional name “AGO”, which is scheduled to officially take the floor at the EICMA, Milan, the next few months.
This MV Agusta F3 800 AGO special edition for the legend is very inappropriate. Therefore, Agostini is the all-time record holder in the Grand Prix motorcycle racing has collected 15 world titles, 13 titles achieved by using MV Agusta.
Of course, Italy is very strong aroma for this bike. Body nuanced “tricolore” or three distinctive colors of the Italian flag, the white, red, and green. There are gold accents on the fairing, rims and exhaust tip made more luxurious style.
Not only the look, some components are made of lightweight materials that could cut the weight. Fender is made of carbon fiber, some of the components are made of aluminum, including the type forged aluminum rims. By doing so, the empty weight of only 171 kg, or 2 kg lighter than the MV Agusta 800 F3 regular.
Heart mechanically identical to the standard version, using MV Agusta Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System (MVICS) technology, electronic devices that control the gas, traction, to suit the engine. Faster and smooth gearshift, equipped with ABS as standard devices.
This MV Agusta F3 800 AGO will be produced only 300 units, each contained Agostini’s signature on the fuel tank and a small plaque on the handlebar. The original certificate will be given to the buyer as proof of legal ownership and maintain the prices.
In Europe, this model is priced at 23,990 euros. The price was more expensive, almost double than the regular models, which is different from 14,710 euros for the standard model, and different from 15,310 euros for ABS model.
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