Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by mitsuguy16, Jul 28, 2004.
MV F4 SPR or Ducati 999r price wise its the same
pls state reason too
MV Agusta F4:
Neither, I'd take the new(ish) MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini. Pretty much the same as the smaller 750cc MV's but with a bigger, more powerful 1000cc engine
The Ducati. I've been a Ducati man as far as I can remember.
the mv 750 is weak compared to the japanese 750's.. performance wise, any of the major japanese liter bikes will beat either of them including the mv 1000.. going by looks, i personally prefer the MV.. the duc has the edge in performance of the two though..
MV fo shizzle.
The MV has some hot styling. I'd get that because Ducati's require high maintenance and I think the MV would be more rare.
Both bikes are sexy as hell. I live near a Ducati dealership and while my bike was getting some tires I had the opportunity to sit on some Ducs. Truly magnificent pieces of art on wheels. I wish the Japanese & Italians would collaborate on a project bike. Japanese engine/powertrain & Italian design.
First time I saw an MV in person I almost wet my pants. So beautiful. Plus I'm a sucker for inline 4s.
Ducati fucked up the styling of the 749/999 line. The original 916/996/998 were such beautiful bikes... Tambourini certainly knows how to design a bike.
ducati, and wow, its all tied up
I'd take the MV in red.
blah....i'll take an an f4 SPR over any ducati! even an R. the F4s is beautiful!!!! the only bike that would compare is a mondial.
MV because Will Smith rides one.
ah mille factory! i smile everytime i walk to my garage and see it
Though saying that I would take a 998r over both of those.
I would kill each and everyone of you for that MV 1liter...
both of them are bad ass.. i wish there wernt so damn expensive..
But don't deliver the performance to justify their price. They are poser sportbikes. Sexy? Yes. Impressive? No.
Both bikes are hot but I think I like 04 R1 looks and performance much better.
that's what i was going to say. i love aprilias so damn much after seeing them at dealerships
bikes aren't bought just for their performance, I am guessing he has the money to spend and isnt going to go to the track with it, people still buy luxury cars even though cheaper cars can go faster
i was going to say that too
This one has carbon fiber fairings (not sure if thats the correct word)
back tire still had the nubs on it...bike had 12 miles on it when i saw it
both suck on performance, but i've always loved the MV agusta.
MV all the way...