2010 MV Agusta F4 Full Specs and Photo Gallery

Considered by many the world's most coveted superbike, the MV Agusta F4 has returned completely redesigned and reengineered for 2010. After it has been teased for months, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer presented us with the new model at the 2009 EICMA Show in Milan. With the new model, MV Agusta aims to deliver “a lighter, faster, stronger motorcycle that pushes the limits of performance either out on the street or track.”

The new 186 horsepower MV Agusta F4 boasts a newly engineered in line 998cc 4-cylinder engine complete with twin shower fuel injectors assisting each cylinder. Other standard features include a new electronic injection system featuring 49 mm throttle bodies with a patented Torque Shift System (TSS), allowing variable lift intake.

Ergonomics has also improved, the lighter frame improves handling, while the chassis with revised geometry enhances riding comfort. Moreover, the 2010 F4 is 22 lbs. lighter than its predecessor, weighing in at a lithe 423.5 lbs. total weight.

The impressive machinery is fitted with a new Magneti Marelli 7 SM ECU and 4-1 valve exhaust system with a new single sided swingarm. Other brand new standard features present include a Traction Control MK II system with eight varying levels of adjustability along with a twin-map ECU.

"With the introduction of the new 2010 F4, MV Agusta has improved one of the most sought after motorcycles in the world on every level from an engineering, design, and performance aspect. And now, with the new 2010 F4 unveiled alongside our new Brutale 990R and 1090RR models, we feel our company is in a position to show the industry why MV Agusta is known for creating incomparable works of motorcycle art,"
says Larry Ferracci, Director of U.S. Operations for MV Agusta USA.

For more information on the 2010 MV Agusta F4 check the full specs list attached below.
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