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Marvic For Mv?

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Apparel and secondary Wheels Assen for movement of gross rolled by Marvic (24 January 2007)



I continue of a rich season of success collected in the class 125GP, Marvic proposes the actual one I model of wheels Assen also for the movement of gross rolled. Thanks all' elegant design made in Italy and to the precious mechanical makings, Assen revolutionizes the concept of wheel forged: simple and effective to the same time like alone the best designer of wheels to the world could do. To read and attractive, the wheels Assen SBK confer to the characteristic movement of quickness and sensational guidabilità, united to the typical elegance that marks the Italian products all over the world. L' whole range of wheels Assen is available is in aluminum is in magnesium forged, for all the main present movement on the market, included fascinating them Ducati and MV Agusta provided of mono.



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This Brutale was presented last week end at Bike Expo in Padova(Italy),this bike was assembled by Davide"Smell"(one of the best MV mechanics in Italy based in Milano)for Marvic.The assembly needed 24hours.The Brutale was fitted with magnesium rims, swingarm and side frame plates;a spectacular Ohlins front fork and other expensive parts.I think that the exhaust(Arrow)was the only part that doesn't fit(nothing is like the original),the rims are spectacular!
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Looks too much like a wheel used on a car, what do you think?
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This Brutale was presented last week end at Bike Expo in Padova(Italy),this bike was assembled by Davide"Smell"(one of the best MV mechanics in Italy based in Milano)for Marvic.The assembly needed 24hours.The Brutale was fitted with magnesium rims, swingarm and side frame plates;a spectacular Ohlins front fork and other expensive parts.I think that the exhaust(Arrow)was the only part that doesn't fit(nothing is like the original),the rims are spectacular!
we have had the honour to meet mr. Smell! he fixed our Starfighter last September. If you know/meet him I´ll send our best regards and thanks!!! (me and mike21)


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I know him,I will bring him your regards next month when he will change my tyres!
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This Brutale was presented last week end at Bike Expo in Padova(Italy),this bike was assembled by Davide"Smell"(one of the best MV mechanics in Italy based in Milano)for Marvic.The assembly needed 24hours.The Brutale was fitted with magnesium rims, swingarm and side frame plates;a spectacular Ohlins front fork and other expensive parts.I think that the exhaust(Arrow)was the only part that doesn't fit(nothing is like the original),the rims are spectacular!
Whow!!!thanks!!!do you have pics?
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I know him,I will bring him your regards next month when he will change my tyres!
THANKS!!!!


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Pier you can find pictures on www.motociclando.com the Italian forum of MV owners.
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