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MV Agusta F3 800 RC, Dragster RC SCS, Turismo Veloce RC unveiled | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The ‘Reparto Corse’ or RC remedy incorporates efficiency upgrades and an unique livery.

Italian bikemaker MV Agusta has taken the wraps off its special-edition ‘Reparto Corse’ line-up abroad. All the vary of the 800cc triple-cylinder machines – the F3 800 sportbike, Dragster SCS bare and Turismo Veloce tourer – has been given the RC remedy. This consists of quite a few performance-enhancing upgrades (solely to the F3 and the Dragster), an unique livery and an authorized plaque from the corporate to verify their authenticity.

MV Agusta F3 800 RC: particulars

The F3 800 RR’s particular version – the RC – builds up additional on its succesful base. In its earlier avatar, the F3 800 RC significantly impressed us once we rode it.

In its RC trim, the F3 800 sportbike makes 147hp, and pairing it to the Akrapovic racing exhaust and particular map equipped with the bike bumps up the facility to 153hp. The exhaust doesn’t simply assist in bumping up the output, it additionally helps shed 8kg off the F3 800 RC’s weight, which now ideas the scales at 165kg (dry), claims MV Agusta. The FR 800 RC additionally will get a particular Titanium Nitride coating on its fork stanchions in comparison with the RR model.

MV Agusta Dragster RC SCS: particulars

The Dragster RC SCS is, coincidentally, additionally 8kg lighter than the ‘commonplace’ Dragster SCS, attributable to a light-weight titanium SC Venture exhaust (which comes with a devoted tune). It additionally will get the identical particular coating on its entrance fork because the F3 800 RC, together with solid aluminium alloy wheels in comparison with the spoked aluminium items on the usual model. 

MV Agusta Turismo Veloce RC: particulars

Notably, the Turismo Veloce RC is the one mannequin on this line-up to forego any mechanical adjustments, with the one change over the common model being the particular colourway.

All the RC line-up will get an unique livery within the colors of the Italian flag, CNC machined levers and foot pegs, in addition to a numbered plaque from the corporate confirming its authenticity, which provides to the air of exclusivity. 

MV Agusta in India

MV Agusta has been lacking from the Indian market since parting methods with the now-defunct Motoroyale group, with whom that they had partnered for his or her Indian operations. As of now, there isn’t any readability on the return of this storied Italian bikemaker to our market, though CEO Timur Sardarov has revealed previously that they’re looking for a brand new associate in our market. 

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