|Year of specifications
inline 4 cylinder
@ 11,750 rpm
The MV Agusta F4 Tamburini was a special edition version of
the F4 1000 S which was unveiled in 2005. Only 300 examples
The F4 Tamburini, named after the F4's famed motorcycle designer
Massimo Tamburini, was the first F4 model to be fitted with
Agusta's Torque Shift System (TSS).
This system is based on the concept of variable intake geometry.
The intake trumpets vary in length depending on speed. This
was the first time the technology was fitted to a mass-produced
motorcycle. The result is an engine that offers an immediate
response from even the lowest revs and maximum torque positioning
(83.1 ft-lbs @ 9,200 rpm) that comes in at about 1,000 rpm less
than the F4-1000-S.
The MV Agusta F4 Tamburini features carbon fiber bodywork which
was painted in a distinctive red and black color scheme unique
to the bike.