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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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New MV Brutale 910S owner

Howdy all,

Justin here form the Denver area. Just picked up a 2008 MV Brutale 910 S a week ago. I have owned MANY bike in the last 9 years I have been riding and I will say that this one is up in the top 3 for most fun and well built bike. I am nothing but smiles on this one so far.

Only thing is that there isnt much that I can seem to find for customization (other then the typical Carbon Fiber goodies). I am looking specifically for a fender eliminator, and definately gotta do something about those damn mirrors.

well I will get some pics up shortly.

- Justin
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Welcome to the forum Justin. Hope you have fun and learn a lot about MV's.

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Welcome and Congrats!

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post #5 of 47 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 08:36 PM
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Howdy! CRG make nice bar end mirrors that tidy up nicely. Perhaps that will work for you.
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Motovation USA (sponsor here) has some fender eliminator kits
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thanks guys! yeah im hoping to learn a lot. I have seen the bar end mirrors but havent heard anything about them and not sure if they will be any better.

Anyone got any ideas on the undertail to get rid of that enormous fender-thing that looks hideous. I see the whole fender deal just comes out but im not sure how to fill the hole it leaves.

I do already have the Arrow full system with the short can and the Arrow steering dampener already (came on the bike ).

what about gearing? i noticed that it is geared really low too compared to my other bikes. I dont even really get above 6k on the tach under normal riding conditions. Wouldnt mind a little more get-up-and-go (AKA stand-up-and-go, lol).

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First of all, congrats on the new bike and welcome to the forum!

The CRG mirrors are fantastic! I only have 1 (CRG Lane Split) on my bike and it is more than sufficient for individual or group rides. They stay steady without shaking, this is important as it allows you to see clearly. As far as the under tail kit goes, I have the one at this link, . It makes effective use of the stock license plate light and cleans the tail up nicely.

In my opinion, these are the 2 best cosmetic changes that you can make to the bike (other than the awesome exhaust that you mentioned above). I agree that the stock tail kit looks horrible and the mirrors are useless, unless you like staring at your armpits.

Good luck and cheers!
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The billet Melotti relocator is pretty fantastic

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Congratz bro. You won't regret the purchase.

I have to agree with Admin here. Motovation has you covered in all the parts you are looking for. I've ordered all my parts from them with no problems.... Arrow Thunder, CRG Lane split mirrors, Clear Alternatives integrated tail kit, Motovation bar ends, and fender eliminator kit.

As for the gearing. I think the bike is already a wheelie machine, (1st through 3rd is just silly). But if you are serious about it I think Emoto has something for you. But I would caution you about ordering from them.

Have fun!!
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