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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-02-2013, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
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Custom radiator guards for brutale

Gday folks,I make custom radiator guards in limited production runs (around 15 at a time). I mainly do them for triumphs and such. now that im a proud brutale owner, I am going to develop one for my bike, While im at it, i'll fill in a production run and make some extras to on sell.now im wondering what would be the preferred option. If you were in the market to buy one, would you prefer a large MV agusta logo in the centre, or a line of text saying "brutale (insert engine size here)" in the lower third of the radiator guard?also, does anyone know what other models share the same radiator/mounts as the 05 brutale 910s?cheers.joe.
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sorry for the poor paragraph placement, I had my post layed out better then that, but the actual post that went up was all condensed?
not sure what the go with that is?

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I mite be up for 1 I have a 910 s , I would like brutale if pos
got a pic and price

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The 750 Brutale and early 910 should all be the same.
The later 910 has a two fan radiator. As it happens I have both a 750 and later 910 radiator so if you want me to measure them to check let me know exactly what you need.
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The 750 Brutale and early 910 should all be the same.
The later 910 has a two fan radiator. As it happens I have both a 750 and later 910 radiator so if you want me to measure them to check let me know exactly what you need.
thanks for the offer i'll keep it in mind! ATM the plan is to use the existing bolt holes that are on the side of the radiator that mounts the shrouds onto the radiator, the guard will slip in behind those shrouds as a way to mount them. Im also looking at making a longer chain guard to minimize the lube flick on the back of the bike. I havent yet penned a design for the MV yet, its something i was planning on doing early next week. but to give you an idea of what i do, heres some previous ones ive done. this one below is kinda along the lines of what im thinking for the MV "Brutale" where the kawasaki is, and capacity where the z750 is? I will post up some renders of what i design once ive done some cheers.joe.

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as for price,

AUD$140 + postage for a regular one, i also do a custom service ie. whatever logo/design you want for an extra AUD$50-80 depending on design.

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Mofo i would def be interested in one for my bike 2009 989R
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wouldn't mind a set for my 920 (Melbourne Australia) I think the 2010+ brutale's are all the same as far as radiators go
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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I took some measurements down last night, and ive got an idea or 2 in my head. i'll drop a render up here over the weekend.

thanks guys!

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