MV Agusta F3XX Reparto Corse Limited Edition for the racetrack

MV Agusta F3XX Reparto Corse Limited Edition

With 160 hp and 145 kg for the racetrack

The Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta has developed a pure racetrack version of the super sports car based on the F3, which produces 160 hp at a dry weight of 145 kilograms.

The racing department Reparto Corse of M.V Agusta has launched its first thoroughbred racing motorcycle for everyone. The F3XX is now available in a limited edition. With its 800 cm³ in-line three-cylinder, it does not fit into any current regulations, but with its key data it promises hobby racers a lot of fun on closed slopes.

Full of racing parts

The racing department claims to have brought the three-cylinder engine to 160 hp at 13,000 tours. Of course, the wiring harness was trimmed to the bare minimum. The alternator was blown out, a lithium battery ensures the energy supply. Exhaust specialist SC-Project contributes a thoroughbred 3-in-1 racing exhaust system. The 43 mm Marzocchi USD fork has been upgraded with an Ohlins cartridge, and an Ohlins TTX 36 shock absorber is used at the rear. A TFT multi-instrument with data logger replaces the series display in the cockpit. All control systems have been adapted to use on the racetrack. Otherwise, the Italians only use select racing components.

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The new race track MV is now available. However, MV Agusta did not name a price.

In order to reduce the dry weight of the F3XX to 145 kilograms, all cladding parts have been reshaped from carbon fiber laminate. The headlight is only glued on. Of course, the F3XX can also be further customized at Reparto Corse, the racing department just waits for the customer to call. Prices were not mentioned. A MV Agusta F3XX shouldn’t be a cheap pleasure, but a big one.

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