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Why are people selling the MV these days? What ashame!!!

-- aspinner (, June 26, 2003


Selling to made room for 999R.

-- Jay (, June 26, 2003.

wow smart thing to do selling the most beautifull bike for the most ugly one!!!!

-- robert (, June 27, 2003.

Don't worry I also have Senna.

-- Jay (, June 27, 2003.

Don't worry I also have Senna. I don't care it's a ugly bike only going for performance I am not talking about JAP bikes Italian bikes only.

-- Jay (, June 27, 2003.

You made me nervous Jay!!!

-- aspinner (, June 27, 2003.

People are probably selling them because you cant get parts for them. There kind of expensive wall hangers. Maybe if the price goes to crap for used bikes and no one purchases new maybe and then only maybe MV will start making parts available. Bob

-- bob burdick (, June 29, 2003.

OK, who wants to tee off on Bob first. Victor, will you do the honors?!!!!

-- mike (, June 29, 2003.

Or maybe I jumped the gun. Is this just venting from a fustrated mv owner over his issues with parts or a true "bashing"???

But wall hangers???

Bob, do tell.

-- mike (, June 29, 2003.

I know how Bop feels about the lack of parts for the MV. I need the headlight glass replaced and guess what ?? Yep, my importer doesn't have any and neither does the MV factory !!. I'm probably looking at 8-12 weeks which is pretty hard to take for a bike I've riden every day for the last 18 months.

-- Matt Thompson (, June 29, 2003.

Finally more like a forum. dont get me wrong or do, I have a 2000 Mv and think its the most beautiful bike made. I also have 3 ducati's and it puts all of them to shame in the lines of looks and handeling and performance, It makes my 748 track bike feel like a brick. I dont like the high price for ducati parts but at least you can get them.For the last 6 months I have read where you guys cant get parts and I have been waiting 3 months for a waterpump rebuild kit which they said was available and now isnt and I cant even buy the whole dam thing to get the washer I need. Were surrounded by (authorized dealers) "remember to use them", who cant even tell you how to remove a shock. COME ON they all want deposits on the new bikes but cant keep the 1 - 2 & 3 year old bikes running. Maybe thats why dealers still have unsold 2000 2001 & 2002 bikes in stock. If you dont believe me call around. (USA) When a wrecked bike sells for 9500 on E-bay you know parts are hard to find.How stupid I dident buy it. there was probably 3 times that in parts on it to you guys with bikes that dont run.

I dont know what it will take but I hope some day some one at the factory will be listining and will realize there supply on parts sucks before no one buys there bikes and they go out of business.I guess that doesent matter for the ones like me that cant get any parts anyway. Ride safe / Bimota Bob

-- bob burdick (, June 30, 2003.

I kind understand you guys frustration, but guess what, I do have the only F4 Oro Serie '99, in Rio, Brazil, riding it on a daily basis back and forth my home and office, including some weekends at the Ayrton Senna Race Track, and resgardless minor accidents, have had no problem getting parts form the dealer. I wonder if you guys need any special support at this time. Would be nice helping Augusta fans like myself to keep up your babies originals and like new!


-- Vinny Bocaiuva (, July 08, 2003.

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