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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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or have i missed something
just trying to work out what bike i own is it a 910 brutale or a 910 brutal
on the site they spell it both ways but on diff bikes
now i know why the called the F4 the F4 no spelling mistakes
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Brutale.

Who spells it brutal?

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Brute?

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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-08-2011, 10:21 AM
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Brutale - One translation is 'uncivilised' I'm not sure whether that refers to the bike or it's owners! lol


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but I pop in here from time to time
. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But.....a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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It's also called a B4, though technically it's an F4 Brutale.

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fazer go n check out the mv site
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fazer go n check out the mv site

http://www.mvagusta.it/en/brutale/brutale


All with an "E".

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That's the only way, the rest is PET names

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unless he got a bad copy. Hopefully cheaply.


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tokyo are you sure straight off mv site


INTRO TECHNICAL DATA MEDIA
WIDENING THE RANGE IS BRUTAL

The MV Agusta range expands with the arrival of the new BRUTAL with engine 920. This incredible naked manages to amaze the world for its unique design and is still unmatched, and has remained at the top over the years for engine performance and driving style. Today unveils a new side of himself. With the introduction of new BRUTAL , in fact, the most beautiful and naked sport ever comes close to the public less expert without losing his innate charisma. New engine, brand new attitude, one-piece seat, great attention to comfort, BRUTAL is a new way of looking at naked high performance. A motion where aggression is combined with the sweetness and the cycling performance go hand in hand with ease and driving feel. A brutal incredibly rewarding to drive, and then, but that has never been easier or more convenient.
All this at a price that is undoubtedly the BRUTALE the bike reference in its segment. An engine valve 4-cylinder radial highly developed, has the same, sophisticated electronic 1090RR, a chassis capable of superfine pilots meet any capacity, first of all on the road but, if desired, on the track, an unparalleled level of technical equipment.
Today, these qualities are highlighted by a new look, where the black lines and outlines dominates even more appealing. At the same time, the Brutale is even closer to the demands of daily use, with a saddle and magazine in one piece, more comfortable for both driver and passenger.
The project BRUTAL focuses on some key points. MV has decided to build a bike light and compact, thanks to the performance and effectiveness satisfies the most canny motorcyclist, but is both perfectly manageable novice user, thanks to an incredible ease of driving.
The main features of the new BRUTAL :
- Four-cylinder in-line radial valve
- ECU Marelli 5SM
- Traction control system with 8 levels of intervention
- Modular trellis frame with aluminum plate for high torsional rigidity
- Single-sided aluminum multi-adjustable Sachs shock absorber
- Marzocchi 50 mm upside-down pluriregolabile
- Racing brakes with Brembo radial calipers
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