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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-16-2007, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Modifications: Compiling a List!

All, I'm going to compile a list of the performance modifications I've found on this forum so folks can see what other people have that works on their Brutales. If you wouldn't mind, just post to this thread with any of the modifications you've made along with brand names if possible. I'll add it to a spreadsheet and post it in a new thread. This would include:

1. Bike - Model and Year ('06 910S, '07 910R, etc.)
2. Exhaust (Make and style...e.g. Arrow dual canisters carbon fiber with Arrow midpipe)
3. Air Filter (same)
4. Eprom change (Stock, FBF, Corse, etc)
5. Power Commander (Y/N, Custom or stock map)
6. Steering Damper (Make and style, setting #)
7. Other Mods (Rizoma mirrors, Sato rearsets, eMoto fairing, etc.)


'06 910S
'06 950 Adv
'04 ZX-10R
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-17-2007, 11:21 AM
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'04 -- Brutale 750s

I have the done standard stuff... May eventually replace the rearsets--I REALLY dislike the stock rearsets...

Odyssey Dry-Cell Battery
--->(EVERY MV SHOULD HAVE THIS--world's best battery for world's best bike--See my album). Almost all my bikes have them, eventually each will.
BMC Air Filter
NGK Iridium Plugs
Arrow Mid/Cat-Killa...
Arrow Racing Headers
Arror Performance Chip
--->Left the stock slash-cut MV Pipes on, there's just something about them that flows with the bike...
Ferodo Pads -- Smooth progressive feel.
DOT 4 Race-Spec Brake Fluid
Michelin Pilot Powers -- Had Sports previouly.
Evolution License Plate/Signal Relocator
Engine ICE -- Keeps it cool
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-17-2007, 11:53 AM
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2004 Brutale 750 7,500km.

Arrow Thunder Titanium.
DNA Filter.
Intake baffles removed.
Arrow chip.
119.5 rwHp.

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YZFR6 #67

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-18-2007, 08:40 PM
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Originally Posted by jice
Engine ICE -- Keeps it cool
Could you tell us more about your experience with this product? Any problems with it? How much cooler would you estimate your 750 runs with it?

'08 910R
'11 Husaberg FS570
'05 Lotus Elise

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2007, 01:51 AM
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No issues...

Originally Posted by asg21
Could you tell us more about your experience with this product? Any problems with it? How much cooler would you estimate your 750 runs with it?
My Brutale has not overheated, so it must be good... No issues with cooling... The main reason that I added it was because it's warranty safe and most tracks won't allow ethylene glycol coolant, whereas many allow Engine ICE. Engine ICE has most of the properties of regular coolant... I tend to use it out of habit in liquid-cooled bikes when I'm not running water/wetter. It's antifreeze properties are not the strongest, however--think it lowers the freezing point to 26-28 fahrenheit.
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