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Motocorse “Kuma” MV Agusta F3 | Photo Gallery & Info

MV Agusta F3 Motocorse “Kuma” Photos/Pics/Images

Shortly after the release of the MV Agusta F3 at EICMA 2012, the folks at the San Marino-based Motocorse went to work, creating a host of customized parts for sportbike.

Motocorse has designed everything for the 675cc inline-three MVA F3, including everything from rearsets to billet wheels.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the Motocorse “Kuma,” an MV Agusta F3 sporting all of the company’s accessories. For a review of the stock MV Agusta F3, click here.

Following are the accessories on the “Kuma” above:

  • Billet CNC Rearsets with screws, fully adjustable
  • License Plate support, CNC machined with Motocorse Syencro LED blinkers
  • Billet Customized Tank Plug
  • Linear Ohlins Steering Damper Kit
  • Frame Plug Kit, Swingarm Plug Kit
  • Handlebar counterweights

    Oil Filler cap

  • Titanium DBT screws
  • Billet CNC Rear Frame Covers
  • Billet Wheel and rear sprocket

The products are all available at the showroom of San Marino and can be purchased directly online through the new site at motocorsestore.com.

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