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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-15-2010, 03:24 AM Thread Starter
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Frontmaske Challenge Brutale

Have you guyes seen this mood? I have only seen it for racing, this company sells it with the lamp to Looks rather nice, and you can ask them to paint it for you


http://shop.inghart.de/teile-und-zub...e-strasse.html



Only here at Inghart there is a conversion kit for the Challenge Brutale - with road use.

The Racing front mask is equipped with a single set-up and low beam headlamps. The headlight adjustment is made on the original MV Agusta adjuster.

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The panel is available on request in all colors Brutale - individual design possible
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-15-2010, 04:25 AM
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nice unit . only problem not legal in uk without highbeam . Must be a way around it though .
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While I love the challenge body kits, thats a bit pricey! It is a nice look and at some point I will probably put their belly pan on my 910, but I cant justify the headlamp conversion cost.
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While I love the challenge body kits, thats a bit pricey! It is a nice look and at some point I will probably put their belly pan on my 910, but I cant justify the headlamp conversion cost.

I agree its to much money, but it looks nice
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That is spooky, stumbled across that same site just two days ago looking for inspiration on this topic. Already got the upper fairing and think it is a bit pricey even if I hadn't, especially as it is just low beam.

That said I would really like to have a look at the back of it to see how they mounted it etc. Not very sportsman like I know, but anyone live near them in Germany who could get some pictures???

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