MV Agusta F4 750S


Make Model

MV Agusta F4 750S


2000 - 04


Four stroke, transverse four cylinder. DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder.


749.4 cc / 45.7 cu-in

Bore x Stroke 73.8 x 43.8 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio 12.0:1


Fuel Injection


Multipoint electronic 

Starting Electric

Max Power

126 hp / 91.9 kW @ 12500 rpm

Max Torque

72 Nm / 52.8 lb-ft @ 10500 rpm


6 Speed 

Final Drive Chain

Front Suspension

49mm Upside-down telescopic hydraulic fork with rebound-compression damping and spring preload adjustment.

Rear Suspension

Progressive, with single sided swingarm, single shock absorber with rebound-compression damping and spring preload adjustment

Front Brakes

2x 310mm discs 6 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 210mm disc  4 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/65 ZR17

Rear Tyre

190/50 ZR17

Wheelbase 1412 mm / 55.6 in
Seat Height 790 mm / 31.1 in

Dry Weight

189 kg / 396.8 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

21 Litres / 5.8 US gal

Consumption Average

 18.7 km/lit

Standing ¼ Mile  

 11.2 sec  /  122 mph

Top Speed

 257 km/h / 160 mph

Road Test

BIKE 2002

Road Test

BIKE 2002

Introduced to the public at the 1998 Milan Show, the F4 has already become part of MV legend. In a publicity masterstroke, the factory announced that, most unusually, production would commence with a limited edition run of just 300 very special F4s: the 'Serie Oro' (Gold Series). Production, at the leisurely rate of just three machines per day, commenced late in 1999 at MV's new factory at Cassinetta di Biandronno, Varese. Once the batch of Serie Oro models had been completed, the factory commenced manufacture of the mainstream F4 S (Strada). The F4 was designed by the late Massimo Tamburini, creator of the Ducati 916, and its inspired styling stands out above all else.  

The styling and specification of the MV are unique. The deep red-and-silver gloss of the sleek bodywork cunningly combines smooth and angular shapes. The radical four-into-four exhaust terminates in a set of underseat silencers which give a glorious roar on the move. The F4's engine has the technical prowess to match its design. The cylinder head uses a distinctive radial valve design - the valve pairs are slightly splayed away from each other so the valve stems are at an angle. This allows a more efficient combustion chamber shape, but is difficult to manufacture.