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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 09-22-2016, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Parting out my Brutale 910R 2006 Euro3

Find them cheaper and I'll match the price

The bike have 35.632 KM on the ODO - everything runs smooth and no issues at all, it has never been crashed and has had the maintenance per manual.

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Front fender 50€
Rear shock 60€
Swing arm (has some markings) 90€
Grey side tank fairings - 45€
Wiring harness 120€ (full harness, only modification where quick shifter were mounted, have been soldered)
Frame 350€ with danish papers (never been damaged)
sensor in crankcase 5€
Lamda sensor 5€
OEM plastic covers 40€ (Lower chain guard - Top radiator cover - Front fender spoiler - Engine covers black left + right - Dash surround cover (missing tab on the back, but can be mounted, and not to be seen).
Sensor under seat 5€




remember to see my other threads with parts
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Your bike had the 5SM ECU?? I am sorry you are breaking your Brutale. seems such a wast of a fine machine. But I do not know your laws and regulations.
May be interested in the Microtech. Need to check with the Chief Financial Officer (wife).
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Your bike had the 5SM ECU?? I am sorry you are breaking your Brutale. seems such a wast of a fine machine. But I do not know your laws and regulations.
May be interested in the Microtech. Need to check with the Chief Financial Officer (wife).
I'll send you a PM
Yes this bike ran with a 5SM ECU prior to installing the Microtec.

Unfortunately yes I did not see any other solutions to this bike, if I want to try something new. The bike dealers I have talked to, would only give me a ridiculous 'trade in' price on the bike.


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- Vespa Primavera 150 2015

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post #4 of 42 (permalink) Old 09-23-2016, 01:37 AM
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So sad you have to part it after all the work you put into it!
Lots of goodies you have there!

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So sad you have to part it after all the work you put into it!
Lots of goodies you have there!

PM sent.
Thank you Laur,
yes it did end up being a very nice bike, have been enjoying it at every ride.
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Couple questions for you that I PM'd you... that's one really nice 910R...

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Couple questions for you that I PM'd you... that's one really nice 910R...
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Which brand are the carbon parts? And how is the fitment?
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Which brand are the carbon parts? And how is the fitment?
They are bought at FFcarbon (german company) - they have a good fitment, I received one part that did not fit very well, and it was replaced with a new one from them.
Other parts are bought from Designcorse with perfect fitment - and 3 parts are bought at a Italian company I can't find right now(rear brake master cylinders covers front and back - and instrument cluster fitting) - and they have a good fitment as well.

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Unfortunately yes I did not see any other solutions to this bike, if I want to try something new. The bike dealers I have talked to, would only give me a ridiculous 'trade in' price on the bike.
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Henrik, sadly the problem with ridiculous trade in prices isn't isolated to Denmark. I looked at 2 new motorcycles recently, a BMW and a Triumph, neither of which were cheap. The BMW dealer didn't want to trade my Brutale at all and the Triumph dealer (who also sells MV's) offered me $5,000 Australian. My bike has only done 17,000 kms and has a full dealer service history with the 18,000 km service already completed. Like most MV's it has led a pampered life and looks half its age (unlike its owner).

I'm not going to give the bike away so now its a staying in my garage and the hub from your bike will be rebuild and kept as a spare.
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