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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 09-04-2015, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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1090RR MV Corse Belly Pan installation

Ok so I finally figured out installing the MV belly pan, which arrived without instructions

For future reference, as its not too obvious where the brackets fit

On the right side you need to remove the rear brake master cylinder assembly and replace with the alternative bracket that is supplied

On the left side remove the side stand switch, then side stand itself. The supplied bracket fits behind the side stand, then reassamble

Replace heat shield on the right exhaust with supplied smaller heat shield, if you still have the OE headers fitted

Remove the OE oil cooler guard and keep the same fasteners to re-use at the front

Trim the mesh, stick down edges with epoxy or similar adhesive

Use single rubber faster and bolt to secure new oil cooler guard to belly pan at the bottom centre

optional - I took the belt and braces approach and lined the belly pan with heat reflective mat

Offer into position, I found it easier to secure the two front fasteners loosely , secure the side fasteners then align and tighten the front.

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And after all that, im not sure that I actually like it on bike

I've been pondering for weeks, looking at pics of other bikes and was sure that I really liked the belly pan look....but now im not so sure

Maybe it will grow on me .....or maybe it will be in the classifieds section by next weekend ........

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I'm a bit on the fence if a belly pan works on a Brutale. I've also been pondering about buying one myself though!!
Sharon thinks that it looks really good on your bike.
Only you can decide!!

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Not to my liking.
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Im really not sure, it might be better if it was integrated with the main colour scheme and blue/white ...but I dont really want to spend hundreds more if i dont like it overall...will give it a week and think about it

I really liked the look of it on other owners bikes, most of those were dark colours though and many with single sport pipes.....mmmm

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It is the Color combo ,that's all ,experiment a bit ,they do look good if you get it right.my mate had one on the 1090rr but different scheme.Mine looks good 1078rr.

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change the grey at the front,maybe
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