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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-02-2019, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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Bought a 2013 Brutale 1090RR...

And to be honest I cannot tell if I am even in the right Forum. What is a B4 or a B3?

I am looking for a tail tidy or some way to mount a rear plate as the factory mount is broken and I want to do wheelies. Any suggestions on a clean look?
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B4 indicates a 4 cylinder bike...B3 are the triples. Your 1090 is definitely 4 cylinders, so you are in the right place.

Lot's of options for tail tidies.... just pick your price range !! Check our forum sponsors for a good starting point.

Google search will also yield results.
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Most refer to the Brutale as ‘B’... so the 4 cylinders are B4, and the 3 cylinders are B3’s

I’m in the process of making a plate bracket for my B4.
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Lot's of options for tail tidies.... just pick your price range !! Check our forum sponsors for a good starting point.
Thank you for the responses guys, that makes more sense.

I've found several on google but I have not found the forum sponsor's offerings. Would you mind steering me in that direction?
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Try these guys:

www.mygpracing.com

www.designcorse.com

www.evolutionbike.it

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Ask Alex at GP Racing if you don't see what you want.. He can get you anything.

Here's one at designcorse: http://www.designcorse.com/products/...tale-tail-tidy

And here are guys in Italy: http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta...utale2010.html

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Very helpful. Thank you, designcorse for the win. I'll be doing wheelies in a week!
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