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New Mv engine video (detailed breakdown and explanation of new features)

For the mechanically inclined that wondered about the new counter balance shaft / alternator / oil filter assem. / throttle bodies... etc. Very nice tear down of some of the new eninges features.

Here: http://www.mvagusta.it/en/contents/the-engine


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That is a great find. The other videos they have on there are pretty nice as well!

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Nice...BUT curious...why are the dates of the videos 4/12/09 (F4 Aerodynamics)....??????????????????

Also, the Introduction to the F4 video is pretty cool.....notice the helicopter...who can name it??? winner gets an attaboy.

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New alternator is similar design to what Japanese bikes now run...much better then the automotive type previously used...which also means the regulator/rectifier are a separate component somewhere on the bike.

Anyone notice those tapered cones on the header pipes? And a cartridge oil filter now, hmmm.

Great cad-cam video. Makes me want a new Brutale even more.

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great video indeed !

does the F4 have the same 990 Brutale engine which has an effective displacement of 998 ccm ? the new 1090 Brute has effective 1078 ccm, so the engine for the new to come F4 millesettantotto is also ready.

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