The first person to drive this ultra-rare MV Agusta F4 750 Serie Oro could be you
It’s hard to understand how anyone can let go of a Serie Oro before they’ve even tried it.
When MV Agusta resurfaced under Cagiva ownership in the 90s, they did so by revealing the limited edition F4 750 Serie Oro at EICMA in 1997. Only 300 examples of this divine machine were assembled, emblazoned with carbon designed by Massimo Tamburini. fiber bodywork, magnesium wheels and a large herd of ruthless pressure studs.
Beneath its lovely outfit, the Oro Series features a fuel-injected 749cc inline-four engine with sixteen valves, two overhead camshafts and a compression ratio of at least 12.0: 1. The liquid-cooled juggernaut distributes its force to the chain-driven rear arch by means of a six-speed transmission.
At 12,500 rpm, you’ll get a maximum output of 126 horsepower, along with torque 53 lb-ft (72 Nm) lower in the rev range. When he hits the asphalt, the whole ordeal turns into a dizzying top speed of 175 mph (281 km / h).
Tipping the scales at around 396 pounds (180 kg) on an empty stomach, MV Agusta’s warrior will slaughter quarter-mile jogging in as little as 10.4 ticks. The entire structure is held in place by a tubular steel trellis frame, supported by inverted 49 mm (1.9 inch) hydraulic forks at the front and a progressive shock absorber at the other end.
In the north, braking functions are handled by two 310 mm (12.2 inch) rotors and six-piston calipers, while the rear wheel is fitted with a single 210 mm (8.3 inch) disc and a four-piston caliper. Since we’ve covered just about all the essentials, it’s time to get to the point.
What you see here is the 223rd unit produced by the Italian manufacturer, and this sexy beast has yet to see its first ride! The 2000 MY F4 750 Serie Oro goes under the hammer on Iconic Motorbike Auctions, where it will be listed until Wednesday, December 29. For now, the reserve price has not been met, although the highest bid is currently steep $ 32,100.