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whats the best year for a brutale?

Hi, I have been reading this forum for a while.... I am ready to buy a Brutale for all the obvious reasons....At the same time, the endless threads about problems regarding stalling is like a bungee cord attached to my harness constantly yanking me back .......

Are there good years and bad years for the Brutale?

Is there a set of proven repair steps for the stalling problem? It seems that a lot of the recommended fixes are still in the trial and error stage.

Have these issues been resolved on the newer models?

The local MV dealer is the Ducati of Miami. Anyone know if they have a decent (good is too much to ask for Miami) mechanic in their shop? or could you recommend an independent mechanic?

I appreciate your advice....thanks.....Jim
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I think EURO2 910R Brutale is tha best (2006/2007) No problems for remove catalyzer.
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Later Brutales had no SPU issues, so I would say from late 2007 onwards.
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I have an '08 with no issues

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Euro3 910R is best of the 910 Brutales...but I think the 1078R nay be even better (haven't ridden one but I think probably more refined based on what i read).
Newest bikes no doubt, are improved even more.

And the 750s certainly have their appeal.

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Euro3 910R is best of the 910 Brutales...but I think the 1078R nay be even better (haven't ridden one but I think probably more refined based on what i read).
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