MV Agusta F3 Japan Edition

 

 

 

Make Model

MV Agusta F3 675 Japan Edition

Year

2013

Engine

Four stroke, transverse three cylinder. DOHC, 4 Valve per cylinder,

Capacity

675 cc / 41.1 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 79 x 45.9 mm
Compression Ratio

13.0:1

Cooling System Liquid Cooled

Induction

Integrated ignition - injection system with six injectors Engine control unit Eldor EM2.0, throttle body full drive by wire Mikuni, pencil-coil with ion-sensing technology, control of detonation and misfire Torque control with four maps, Traction Control with eight levels of intervention

Ignition 

Digital CDI 

Alternator  350 W @ 5000 r.p.m.
Battery 12 V - 8.6 Ah
Starting Electric

Max Power

94.2 kW / 126 hp @ 14400 rpm - Lim. 15000 rpm.

Max Torque

71 Nm / 7.24 kgm @ 10600 rpm.
Clutch Wet, multiple discs, cable operated

Transmission 

6 Speed 
Final Drive Chain
Gear Ratio 1st : 1/14.493 2nd: 1/10.821 3rd: 1/9.053 4th: 1/8.040 5th: 1/7.274 6th: 1/6.712
Final Drive Ratio 16/43
Frame ALS Steel tubular trellis, Rear swing arm pivot plates: material Aluminium alloy

Front Suspension

43mm “UPSIDE - telescopic hydraulic fork with rebound-compression damping and spring preload external and separate adjustment,
Front Wheel Travel  125 mm / 4.9 in

Rear Suspension

Progressive, single shock absorber with rebound and compression (High speed/
Low speed) damping and spring preload adjustment
Rear Wheel Travel  123 mm / 4.84 in

Front Brakes

2x 320mm Double floating discs, 4 pistons calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc, single piston calipers
Rim Front Material/size Aluminium alloy 3.50 ” x 17 ”
Rim Rear Material/size Aluminium alloy 5.50 ” x 17 ”

Front Tyre

120/70-ZR17

Rear Tyre

190/55-ZR17
Trail 99 mm / 3.89 in.
Rake 23.6°
Dimensions Length 2060 mm./ 81.0 in
Width 725 mm / 28.5 in
Saddle height 805 mm / 31.6 in
Wheelbase 1380 mm / 54.3 in
Seat Height 812 mm / 31.9 in
Min. ground Clearance 125 mm / 4.9 in

Dry Weight

173 kg / 381.4 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

16 Litres / 4.2  US gal

Remember when the Ducati 1199 Panigale hit the shores of Japan, and the Bologna Bullet got an ugly mid-pipe and exhaust can welded into place, whiled the underslung exhaust cans welded shut?

Ducati is not alone in the list of brands that have seen the gorgeous lines of their machines ruined by the strict noise and emission standards of Nippon. Committing yet another crime against motorcycling, we have for your viewing terror official photos of the Japanese edition of the MV Agusta F3 675 — yes, the exhaust can of doom makes a return appearance.

Source A8R