MV Agusta F4 1000 R is the second mass-produced F4 1000, the F4 1000 R and F4 1000R CRC Gold limited edition, was released in 2006 and came with a 174-horsepower - 175 horsepower and 308 km/h for limited edition (128 kW) engine. The F4 1000 R also has upgraded Brembo Monobloc radial brakes, forged black Brembo wheels, a carbon-nitride coated Marzocchi upside down fork and an upgraded Sachs rear shock absorber (compression & rebound damping adjustable in high & low speed range). The F4 1000 R engine does not utilize the TSS system. A 1+1 (Biposto) version is available that adds a pillion for a passenger. In August 2006 an F4 1000 R was used to set a record for the fastest production class 1000 cc motorcycle of over 185.882 mph (299.148 km/h) at Bonneville Salt Flats.
Data of the MV Agusta F4 1000 R was added in the Fifth Anniversary Update, and the bike was eventually released in the Halloween Update as a high-end Class C motorcycle with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 1184
- MAX rank: 1436 (+252)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1582 (+146)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +44
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 398
- Upgrade rank percentages: 25/25/25/25
- Nitro Efficiency: 8/11/14
The MV Agusta F4 1000 R is the fastest Class C bike, being able to reach 409.5 km/h (254.3 mph) at MAX+PRO without a Tuning Kit. With a Tuning Kit it reaches 423.1 km/h (262.7 mph). With a strong supercharged boost giving it a further increased total speed of 471.1 km/h (292.6 mph), even higher than the current fastest Class B car, the Mazda RX-8 Special Edition, the F4 can compete with the Sbarro Sparta and Maserati Alfieri. It also has very good acceleration, handling and drifting, as well as a decent nitro efficiency.
At MAX+PRO, the MV Agusta F4 dominates on tracks where the Alfieri, Sparta, and Alpine were once dominant on.
The MV Agusta F4 was available for limited time during the following dates:
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the Augusta F4 1000 R has no longer upgrades, but 10 levels instead, which cost total ??. Previously in the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades costed 1,560,000 while Pro Kits required 521,600, 40 of each Class C Motorcycle Part, 72 Common Techs, 60 Four-Stroke Engines, and 28 Rare Techs.