An MV Agusta is in 10th place, and another is here in the number 2 spot. And in fact they have much the same basic engine. The F3 675, though, has a far shorter stroke (45.9mm vs 54.3mm) than its 800cc brethren, which means it can rev significantly higher. The peak power – 128hp – comes at 14,400rpm. It’s telling that the MV’s peak power comes nearly 2000rpm higher than the similarly-engined (and non-Euro4) Triumph Daytona 675; proof that the world’s two three-cylinder, 675cc supersports bikes are very different animals.