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FS: 2015 MV Agusta Dragster RR



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For sale is a Dragster RR. I bought this used last year, put maybe 200 miles on it, and did the following:
- Bought an extended warranty good until August 2020 ($1200)
- Dealer replaced the faulty steering damper (with the extended warranty)
- Dealer replaced tank pad with a new one ($50)
- Dealer replaced gauge cluster with a new one (under warranty)
- Dealer replaced the battery with brand new Yuasa YTZ10S ($220)
- Had it professionally detailed, waxed, and ceramic coated, as well as got a clear film on the headlight ($250)
- NRC Front Turn Signals ($140, Stock Turn Signals are Included)
- RAM ball mount on top of handlebars ($25)
- Powder coated black underseat panels (original silver panels are also included!) - $60
- Optimate battery tender converter (lets you use normal SAE tender plug) - $15

It isn't included, but I could give the buyer a fantastic deal on a Corbin seat as well.

Due to the weather the bike hasn't even been rode once since all of these tune ups and detailing was done, so as you can see from the studio photos (taken by a local photographer) it currently looks absolutely FLAWLESS.

I pride myself on being upfront and disclosing any potential flaws or points of note with any bike I sell, and I can't imagine finding a newer looking bike than this other than a showroom.

I was planning on keeping it for years to come but had an opportunity come up that I couldn't pass on so it needs a new home. If you're on this forum you know how great triple engines are, and this one is no exception.

Asking $14500. Located in Fort Wayne, IN but I can help deliver it within a reasonable distance.

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I'm not really an MV fan after riding a 675 F3 a few years ago, but this bike...man. Beautiful. GLWS!
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I've never rode an MV with the 675 motor but I absolutely adore the 800 in this thing. Incredibly sharp handling, tons of power, and unique looks. Plus I think I've sorted through all of the "Italian charm" in terms of the electronics for the next owner.

It really is a wonderful bike, I just had a Bimota pop up that I couldn't say no to, otherwise I pictured this being in my garage for a long time to come.

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The Tesi? You really do love to test your patience with Italian electronics. Still, I would absolutely own one.
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this bike has been my wallpaper since they announced it; glws

Elka 3 way shock|Penske fork valves|Leo full titanium & CF|Hyperpro steering damper|GB frame slider & engine casings|Cyclecat clipons|Pazzos|ZG|Proton|CF tank sliders|Dave Moss Techspecs|Evo Tech Sharkfin|Sato Shift Spindle holder
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The Tesi? You really do love to test your patience with Italian electronics. Still, I would absolutely own one.
On the Dragster: Electronics were a pain in the ass to fix but doesn't matter because naked, stubby-tailed, spoke-wheeled sportbike.

On the Tesi: Oh my god you basically have to drop the motor to change the timing belts but doesn't matter because hub centered steering.


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@Knolly HOLY SHIT BALLS! WOW!!!!!

I NEED ONE!!!! What is this thing!!!! damn!

If you work me a deal on the MV, I might have to sell the daytona just like @Glocken said, this has been a screen saver of mine for a long time! I have always wanted to throttle the hell out of it


still.. it will take God himself to get me off the Daytona. GLWS, (and if i can close some big sales and have the extra money just there... this bike will be mine too )

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Man... One cool bike departs to make way for another even cooler. GLWS on that beautiful MV.

Do you have a thread around here talking about the Tesi?
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On the Dragster: Electronics were a pain in the ass to fix but doesn't matter because naked, stubby-tailed, spoke-wheeled sportbike.

On the Tesi: Oh my god you basically have to drop the motor to change the timing belts but doesn't matter because hub centered steering.

Wait... what? How does the front suspension work!? Is that it underneath the clutch cover?
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@Knolly HOLY SHIT BALLS! WOW!!!!!

I NEED ONE!!!! What is this thing!!!! damn!

If you work me a deal on the MV, I might have to sell the daytona just like @Glocken said, this has been a screen saver of mine for a long time! I have always wanted to throttle the hell out of it


still.. it will take God himself to get me off the Daytona. GLWS, (and if i can close some big sales and have the extra money just there... this bike will be mine too )
Haha, thanks! I would be DELIGHTED to give someone on this forum a deal on the MV. I paid $14K for it, and that was before I bought the warranty and cleaned it all up. I know I'm losing money on the deal, just don't want to lose TOO much.

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Man... One cool bike departs to make way for another even cooler. GLWS on that beautiful MV.

Do you have a thread around here talking about the Tesi?
I guess it's this thread now I might post up another one with some ride impressions so this doesn't get too off topic.

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Wait... what? How does the front suspension work!? Is that it underneath the clutch cover?
Yeah, the front suspension is the shock under the engine which is bolted to the pivot of the front swingarm.

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