“Oscura” – A Unique MV Agusta F3 800 Custom
If you’re a fan of MV Agusta’s top flight sports bikes, you’re going to love this F3 800.
Updated August 9, 2018
After a quick scroll through our Facebook page, we’ve noticed that you guys are big fans of anything MV Agusta. If you liked the F4 RR, you’re gonna love this very special F3 800. It’s a one off custom by Tecnoart Sersan, a ‘demo’ for what could be a modding kit, if we all keep our fingers crossed.
Tecnoart Sersan Present The “Oscura” MV Agusta F3 800
Tecnoart Sersan are no strangers to giving motorcycles makeovers but this particular model was completed in collaboration with MV Agusta, complete with MV’s CEO Giovanni Castiglioni’s blessing…in the form of a highly prized certificate of authenticity. So what makes this machine so unique?
For all those non-Italian speakers out there, “Oscura” translates as “Dark” in English and this F3 800 is exactly that. Labelled as “01-01” on the top clamp, it’s the first model of a one piece run, AKA: this is an exclusive machine. The bizarre serial number is just a marking though, the Oscura’s real power lies in it’s incredible bodywork.
The stock bodywork has been scrapped and replaced with custom built carbon fiber units, finely crafted by the guys at aviacompositi.it, a company specializing in aeronautical composites with a long history entwined with Agusta Helicopters. The stunning bodywork is matched with the F3 ‘s new wheels, a set of super light aluminum forged rims with enough space for a 190mm tire at the rear.
To complement the new bodywork, MV Agusta stepped in and treated the project with a wide range of exclusive aftermarket accessories built from 7075 ergal billet aluminum. If it wasn’t “exclusive” enough already…
The seat has also been reimagined with and updated with a leather cover, complete with race ready perforated Alcantara and bold stitching. All of the rest of the bike’s stylings have been worked by hand, particularly the airbrushed graphical elements on the fairings. Another thing you might notice is this strange looking box tucked under the seat, that’s the ABS modulator, in case you were wondering.
After all the loving work that’s gone into the Oscura, Tecnoart Sersan shaved a fairly impressive 3 kilos (or 6.6 pounds) off of the bike, giving anyone who’s got the wallet to buy it a bit of extra to play with. Now, the F3 800 in stock form is a fairly awe inspiring machine… but when it’s wearing new clothes like this, it’s an entirely different breed of beast altogether!