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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-05-2007, 03:33 AM Thread Starter
Talking Buying one

Hey everyone.

I'm a guy from Amsterdam/Holland and I currently own a Moto Morini Corsaro Veloce '07.
This bike is awesome, it goes 255km/u, has 123nm torque and has about 135hp on the rear wheel.
It has about 100nm torque on the back wheel, from 2000 rpm till 8000rpm (well.. almost)
(powercurve; http://www.motor-forum.nl/forum/list...487391#8487391)

I saw the upcoming Brutale 1078 and 989 and I must say.. they are beautifull!!!
So I am considering for 2008 to get a 1078 or 989.. perhaps...

So, since alot of Brutale owners come here, I have a couple of questions



1) Has anyone got a powercurve, I am very interested in the torque on low rpm... for example; if you are in 2nd gear and throtle 'at once' to 4000.. are then on your backwheel? or do you need to go to 5000 or 6000rpm?.
Basically, if someone could tell me about the power of this machine in low rpm.. i want to read it... (maybe it has less torque then the corsaro, but the corsaro is 200kg.. the brutale 185.. still its a change)

2) What are the options with luggage, so, if you want to have a little longer trip and you want to bring some stuff with you.. besides the tank-bag, is there something for on the back? the front? the sides?

3) How much does such an Arrow-pipe cost?.. and, in combination with a powercommander.. how many HP's and nm's are there to win?
can u tune it for a better torque and less hp?
has onyone changed their gear wheel size? (a bigger one on the backwheen for example for less topspeed but more acceleration)?
I'd like to know more about this.

4) How much does the 2007/2008 models drink? in europe the gas is pretty expensive so if anyone could tell me this?

5) why buy a 989 when you can have a 1078? anyone has a good answer to this?

6) how much can you trust these bikes? any people with ALOT of mileage on it? are there alot 'known' problems? how does it react on water/rain?


thanks in advance for all the answers...
In february or something I will plan a testdrive...
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For me it does everything I want it to do, and more. It's certainly not a jack of all trades but man it's fun to ride fast. Try one out and see if you don't like it. But be honest with yourself, if you want luggage options, good mileage, low maintenance, and more, you might be looking in the wrong place.
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For me it does everything I want it to do, and more. It's certainly not a jack of all trades but man it's fun to ride fast. Try one out and see if you don't like it. But be honest with yourself, if you want luggage options, good mileage, low maintenance, and more, you might be looking in the wrong place.
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As for the 989 vs 1078, it seems it would really come down to looks, as the 1078 has slightly better performance for slightly more money.
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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-06-2007, 06:03 AM Thread Starter
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if you want luggage options, good mileage, low maintenance, and more, you might be looking in the wrong place.
yeah but i'm just soo fund of italian bikes...
but I have to say, good mileage is very important, even if its is such an exclusive bike...
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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-06-2007, 07:41 AM
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One ride & you will be hooked. the noise, the handling, the design of the bike. I have a 910r & it is faster than I can think. the 1078 will be even more blisterring fast. As far as luggage, get a good backpack. Tumi makes some good stuff. As far as gas consumption, it wont matter to you as much once you have the bike. The Brutale gives you so much in return for drinking so much.
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post #8 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-11-2007, 10:14 AM Thread Starter
thnx for the reactions all!
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