Its three-cylinder engine reduces internal friction, improving smoothness without sacrificing its high-performance thanks to a new valve guide and the DLC treatment of the tappets, along with titanium valves.
MV Agusta has updated the exhaust from the manifold to the muffler, which helps to have more ample power and torque curve at all revs. Also, the new injectors get 0.5 bar more pressure, and the new dual-flow radiator improves its efficiency by 5%.
They also installed forged carbon appendages in the fairing that increase the ground effect by 8 kg at 240 km/h, thus improving grip and stability in the front end.
The swingarm now comes with increased torsional and longitudinal stiffness, while the rear rim, specific to this model, saves 7% of the weight.
The EAS 3.0 rd semi-automatic gearbox is more precise and quicker than the previous version. In addition, it debuts a new IMU inertial unit that improves the management and control of all rider aids. All this is managed through a 5.5″ TFT screen that you can sync with your phone via the MVRide app.
MV Agusta offers an optional racing kit for this bike (exclusive for track use) that increases power to 155 hp and reduces dry weight from 173 to 165 kg.
The 2022 MV Agusta F3 RR starts at $26,998 USD / $28,900 CAD
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Price: $26,998 USD / $28,900 CAD
147 hp 798 cc 3-cylinder engine
Continental MK100 with RLM (Rear Wheel Lift-up Mitigation) and with cornering function
Integrated ignition – injection system MVICS 2.1 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with six injectors
Marzocchi “UPSIDE DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork and Progressive Sachs, single shock absorber, both with rebound-compression damping and spring preload external and separate adjustment
Throttle management on a Supersport bike requires a direct connection between the control and the rear wheel, hence the introduction of brand new management algorithms in 2022. Also new are the handlebar controls to activate launch control, invaluable on track and fun on the road.
By incorporating aerodynamic wings into the design of the F3 RC, the result of wind tunnel experiments, MV Agusta doubles down on its efforts to find solutions that satisfy the brand’s extremely high aesthetic standards.
At the front, the Brembo braking system relies on four-piston callipers and 320-mm floating discs. The ABS is by Continental, with the compact MK100 providing Rear Wheel Lift-Up Mitigation (RLM) and the cornering function.