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My10 Brutale engine into 09 frame

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I have an MY10 Brutale engine and harness. I'm considering installing it in an 09 chassis. Now I know there are differences in the frame design at MY10 but I have a theory that the engine will fit right in. Anybody gone this route before with engines and frames across the two generations ?

Now I am making a wish to the parts faerie that I'll find a MY10 Brutale 1090 speedo instrument under a bush or something ha !!!

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Let us know how it goes. There has to be a trail blazer in any new adventure . Maybe you can measure the mounting point distances on the 2 engines to see if they are the same
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Let us know how it goes. There has to be a trail blazer in any new adventure . Maybe you can measure the mounting point distances on the 2 engines to see if they are the same

Thank you George.

The engine is a 2014 I understand.

I've been doing a bit of digging to gen myself up. If anybody is more clued up on this and spots this thread please do feel free to advise.

The Brutale 1090R changed to 1090RR in 2013

The frame changed to the MY 10 style. The wiring harness changed and so did the ECU and instrument head.

These are my main points of concern at the moment.

The engine has the same rpm sensor and the same engine temp sensor and oil pressure switch.

The pistons are the same, the Cylinder head is the same, The compression ratio is the same. The injectors are the same. The coils are the same. The gear ratios are the same.

So to my simplistic mind MV extracted a bit more power by dint of the box of tricks in the ECU alone ?

I also believe I can fit this engine in a first generation frame without any complication. I can fit a 1090R wiring harness and instrument head without any problem. ( easier to obtain ).

Of course I wouldn't be able to use the sport and standard mode and traction control of the second generation ecu but the engine wouldn't know that.

If I wanted to this 1090RR engine could go into an F4 frame and maybe would run on an F4 1078 ECU ( The 1090 is a 1078cc anyway ). And maybe just maybe an X Bikes Microtec could come into play here as an option, A bit more digging required there.

I'm having fun here !

Please feel free to criticize so I get it right

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Hey Joe, did you wind up doing it?

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