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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 05:02 AM Thread Starter
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New Brutale Owner - 910R

After having completed my F4 project (getting carbon panels painted like scassa's bike, just like pier's), was given the chance to ride my mate's Brutale 910S - found it so much easier to ride on the road (maybe that's a sign of my age!), and so when the chance came up to get a 910R I jumped at the chance.

I was initially toying with the idea of keeping my F4, but can't justify keeping it as I don't ride my bikes enough, so having sold it I've got loads of F4 spares that I've now got to get rid of - will in the next couple of days start of for sale thread listing all the F4 bits I no longer need.

Back to the 910, have spent a bit of time customising it to get it the way I wanted it, it is almost complete - just need to source a left hand mirror!
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Hey hey, looks very nice - love the paint scheme with the gray stripe down the tank and pillion seat! Great use of that insidious material that is carbon too!

Those blue highlights are very unique, and I like them!

Pity about the mirror - I have a right one I could get to you, but my left has been broken previously!

Enjoy the brute, and look forward to more photos/stories!

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I like it...Always liked the black color scheme...your blue accents really set it off.

Try some CRG bar end mirrors...you can actually see with them.

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Nice bike mate, good to see you moving up in the world too, real men ride Brutale's.
An F4 rider would probably suggest you take it easy on the 'carbs'

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Dam man thats one fine looking Brute, was it an original 910R? just noticed the different radial hangers along with the blue valve cover, that has some mighty fine additions to it, you will enjoy!!!

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I like it...Always liked the black color scheme...your blue accents really set it off.

Try some CRG bar end mirrors...you can actually see with them.
CRG arrow mirrors suit the Brute much better if your looking at upspeccing
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Thanks for the kind comments everyone!

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Dam man thats one fine looking Brute, was it an original 910R? just noticed the different radial hangers along with the blue valve cover, that has some mighty fine additions to it, you will enjoy!!!

James
Yeah it was a black 910R completely standard - had the valve cover repainted at the same time as the tank, also some additions to the brakes/forks and also changed the wheels to my favoured kind as I prefer this design to the stock brembo superlites.

Actually also sourced a magnesium swingarm and frame plates - can't say what the difference was as I never rode the bike when it was standard!
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That is one of the nicest brutales I have seen. I really like the paint and carbon on that.
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Yup. Really nice. Very tastefully done.
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