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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 09:43 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all.

Short article on the new 1000 Brutale.

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old Yesterday, 03:16 AM
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Thank you for posting this, @ddmv!

Interseting to read that it will come with cornering abs, in German magazines they had always stated it will have no cornering abs. Good to read that they seem to have that sorted out in last minute.

But I donot get Brian Gillen's Argumentation around the engine layout:

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"You can obtain more power one of two ways; either with greater displacement or with extra revs," says Gillen. "But with displacement, we'd have had to go even bigger than 1078cc, if we really wanted to get what we were looking for from a Performance standpoint. So we chose instead to go with a smaller displacement, but with a higher revving motor— and the result is considerably more horsepower." That new smaller displacement uses the same 79mm bore as before, but with the stroke shortened from 55mm to 50.9mm to measure 998cc. This reflects MV's objective in redesigning the engine, which is basically to production-ise what the next-generation F4 Superbike engine would have been.
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So they decided go the less logical alternative for a naked in implanting a peaky (yet phenomenal) superbike engine and in addition threw out the variable intakes. While I get the weight reduction ambition related to the intake System, I really question the displacement decision. My guess is that it was more a decision out of financial considerations. The F4RC engine was there and for an enhanced displacement version time or budget was simply not there.

Because on the road the Brutale will have a hard time profitting from its HP figures as both Aprilia (already 1.077cc) and Ducati (tomorrow the race version for Pike's Peak of the V4 Naked/Streetfighter is likely to be presented with 1.103cc) will have superior torque figures. But maybe it was a clever move to get the Brutale on the market quickly and later have an updated version with 1.078cc (which please should also be used for the next F4!!!). Let's see...
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in conclusion.. I WANT IT

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Agreed - what a bike......please please please


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Great article. Thank you for sharing this.

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Designwise will the Ducati Streetfighter V4 be no competition...
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