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as Carl said;
if your VIN is 100421 or lower the new part number for your SPU is 8A00A9615

if your VIN is 100422 or higher, the new part number for your SPU is 8A00A9300.

it doesn't matter what year or what color your Brutale is, its the VIN that counts......fuck me, how much simpler could Carl have made it

look at your VIN....there's your answer
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So my VIN ends in 100474 and I have a 750 - I should get the 8A00A9300?? Because earlier in the post it says that the 750 should have the8A00A9615!

Nervous cause I don't want to get the wrong one!

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So my VIN ends in 100474 and I have a 750 - I should get the 8A00A9300?? Because earlier in the post it says that the 750 should have the8A00A9615!

Nervous cause I don't want to get the wrong one!
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So my VIN ends in 100474 and I have a 750 - I should get the 8A00A9300?? Because earlier in the post it says that the 750 should have the8A00A9615!

Nervous cause I don't want to get the wrong one!
So the MV rep confirmed it is 8A00A9300 for my VIN.

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Hi,

Do you know if exist many type of blue back SPU units?? Originaly have blue back SPU the bike....i bought a new one the same blu back and didn't work,everything is fine but the fuel pump not work with it....have you idea?

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It have a hand write number on it.......it must be the same on booth or it's just a serial nr?

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Thanks for all the help on this site. Replaced my SPU on 06 Brutale, all is now right with the world!
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Have you tried the guys from http://www.startwintrading.com/
I can confirm, I got my SPU replacement from them and a few other bits I wouldn't have ordered otherwise (shipping cost).
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You have a 2006 910....?? The VIN is the frame number. There are no bad SPUs available from MV anymore.
If you need a new SPU then order one from your dealer for your model. You will get the new part.

The 750 and 910 have different VINs. I believe the sequence Carl posted is 910s. ALL 750's had suspect SPUs but later 910s had improved parts. Your 2006 had suspect SPU. Order the new one for the 910.

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