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2014 MV Agusta F3 800 First Ride Photo Gallery

We test ride MV Agusta’s latest F3 800 sportbike. Find out more in the 2014 MV Agusta F3 800 First Ride.

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The extra 8.4mm’s of piston stroke equate to big gains in terms of both torque and horsepower at the rear wheel of the F3 800.
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The F3 800’s engine is virtually identical to the 675cc Triple except for an extra 123cc of displacement via longer stroke.
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The F3 800’s chassis offers extreme precision in line selection.
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It’s pretty incredible how accurate the MV F3 steers with it going exactly where the rider commands on track.
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MV’s making great strides with its F3 platform. It’s going to begin giving the other brands a run for their money this season.
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The electronics have been massively overhauled on the F3. The set-up is generally much improved however we’d still like to see more finite traction control adjustability.
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2014 MV Agusta F3 800 - $15,798
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The Brembo caliper/pad/rotor set-up on the 800 is superb.
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Stability is one area where the F3 800 comes up short. It has a propensity to headshake, sometimes violently, during full throttle acceleration over bumpy pavement.
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2014 MV Agusta F3 800 - $15,798
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The F3 800 offers a very wide and smooth powerband which helps it leap off corners.
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The F3 800 didn’t feel any heavier than its 675 brother in motion. On the scales it weighed in identically at 427 pounds.
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The F3 has a high degree of ground clearance despite not offering any footpeg position adjustment.