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New Or Old Brutale????

Which do you prefer??
On The new Brutaņe the technique is certainly more in, but aesthetically it is really finished worse ....
so,in the pictures you can see the old and the new one.Interesting to know that the old pieces of aluminum can be installed on the new.
So........

WHICH DO YOU PREFER????
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I must reserve comment until I can see the new one in person....but I am very happy looking in my garage and seeing my Gina right now.

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I must reserve comment until I can see the new one in person....but I am very happy looking in my garage and seeing my Gina right now.
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Which do you prefer??
On The new Brutaņe the technique is certainly more in, but aesthetically it is really finished worse ....
so,in the pictures you can see the old and the new one.Interesting to know that the old pieces of aluminum can be installed on the new.
So........

WHICH DO YOU PREFER????
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Can you have side and back pics of them. thanks
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"Old" by far.

Details, proportions, focus.

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"Old" by far.

Details, proportions, focus.
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who wanted a kinder, gentler Brutale anyways?

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post #8 of 32 (permalink) Old 01-28-2010, 04:43 PM
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Definitely the older bike, look at the size of the cover for the clocks/instrument panel on the 'new' bike compared to the older bike. I also think it looks a little 'bare' without the indicators mounted on the headlight bracket looking from the front, also far too much plastic round the tank etc. I'd like to see it in the flesh, but judging from photos I've seen the older bike wins in looks no contest in my opinion.
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well i like the headlight on the new one, to bad it dosent fit on the old bike and perhaps the mirrors actualy works this time arround, also i guess they dont work on the old one eighter, couse of cambus craaaap.
Anyway i kinda like them both, and i realy dont mind that they removed the indicators to the mirrors. Kinda hate those on mine. Anyway if you where to see both bikes from behind , the new one wins.
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The instrument cowl is HUGE on the new one...or at least looks that way

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