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[GPBIKES] [SSP] MV Agusta F3 800

Started by noss69, September 11, 2015, 02:47:01 pm

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Napalm Nick

Quote from: matty0l215 on September 12, 2015, 02:52:15 pm
I've found it a lot more stable. And seems to have a bit more punch lower in the RPM's


Agree and actually it fits with the SSP's, in terms of performance, better than I originally felt! Great!
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It sort of suffers from the same issue as the Daytona, the front wheel wobble on acceleration and breaking for no reason. But it is controllable  :D

Napalm Nick

September 12, 2015, 07:46:55 pm #17 Last Edit: September 12, 2015, 07:52:58 pm by Napalm Nick
Once our glorious leader sorts the general front end problem I reckon all these bikes are going to suddenly come "alive" with new found fun!
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HornetMaX

September 13, 2015, 03:33:36 pm #19 Last Edit: September 13, 2015, 03:38:44 pm by HornetMaX
I didn't test it extensively, but a few things are clear:


  • It feels a bit heavy when flicking it around and iut feels a bit reluctant to turn (gets better with smaller rake angles).

  • It's very stable. In the very-ultra-mega stable sense.

  • TC and AW are pointless: you can abuse the throttle with nothing to fear even with TC and AW at zero.

  • You can abuse the brakes too, even with the front MC at 16mm.

  • You can abuse the gearbox too: no matter thr RPMs you can downshift to any gear without troubles.

  • It has a chassis that is 19Kg lighter than the one (for example) of a zx6r (and same weigth as the murasama) ? :o

  • It has the same tyre as the murasama  :o



Some values in the various config file seems to come straight form the murasama physics, so they are likely a bit off with respect to reality.

To me it is a bit too stable, but I admit that it may be of interest as it is much less frustrating than the other bikes. It would be a nice bike to start GPB with :)
As it is definitely easier to ride around, it would make for some epic online races probably.

As always, thanks Noss !

EDIT: the showroom stand is missing, right ?

MaX.