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THE MEANING OF "REPARTO CORSE"
Getting constant feedback from riders, listening to and interpreting their sensations in order to perfect every component of the bike.
A NATURAL RACER
350 units, not one more, all individually identified by a certificate guaranteeing their authenticity. They all come with their own kit to turn the road F3 RC into the ultimate machine for track days. The titanium exhaust is supplied by SC Project.
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The graphics and the colour schemes are the same as the ones sported by MV Agusta’s pilots in the world’s top competitions.
You can almost hear the echo of the legendary Supersport World Championship tracks in its three-cylinder roar.
The gearbox has been completely redesigned to improve shift engagement and reduce the force necessary to actuate the lever. Like on the F3 675 and the F3 800, the introduction of new engine covers on the RC model helped increase engine protection in case of impacts or falls, while also reducing noise levels. All of which without sacrificing the signature engine roar that makes every MV Agusta unique.
The F3 800 RC delivers 148 hp (108.8 kW) at 13.000 rpm with 88Nm (8.97 Kgm) torque at 10600 rpm. The principal improvements in the 2018 edition consist of the redesigned balance shaft, primary gear, clutch basket, cam drive, cam shafts, twin valve springs and valve guides.
The electronics of the 800 RC, originate on the race track, are based on the MVICS (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System). For the 2018 models the main changes consist in the improvement of the 4-maps Ride by Wire system. 8-level traction control algorythm has been completely redefined. Electronic Assisted Shifting (EAS 2.0 up & down) has been revised to reduce shift times.
When all you have to think about is riding, fun and pleasure are at their top, especially since safety is ensured by the two-channel Bosch 9 PLUS ABS system with Race Mode. With Rear Wheel Lift-up Mitigation, the system controls the pressure applied on the front brake to avoid involuntary rear wheel lift-up.