Carbon hugger/rear mud guard F4 & B4, New - MVAgusta.net
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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-24-2018, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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Carbon hugger/rear mud guard F4 & B4, New

Carbon Fiber rear hugger / mud guard for F4 and 4 cylinder Brutale. This is the carbon fiber hugger that came standard on the F4 Senna. MV Agusta part # 8000A5009. This will fit all model F4, and 4-cylinder Brutale of all years 1999 - 2018.

We have about 15 of these available

This will fit all F4 models, year 1999 - 2018
This will fit all 4-cylinder Brutale models, year 2003 - 2018
It will not fit any of the 3 cylinder models.
It will not fit Ducatis

This item retailed for $569 and you cant even get it from MV Agusta anymore. We are offering it up for $150 plus shipping. This is a steal! Don't ask for a lower price.
If you want it please email me at [email protected]. Payment by credit card or paypal. You pay the paypal fees! California customers may be charged sales tax.

Disclaimer: This item was saved out of a building fire, and it may have some small imperfections. This is a new, never installed part. I cannot see any flaws at all. That is why you are buying it for pennies on the dollar!
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How does it mount on a 2013 B4? Is there a mounting kit or existing provisions on the bike?
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How does it mount on a 2013 B4? Is there a mounting kit or existing provisions on the bike?
There are holes already drilled where well nuts go and the hugger has corresponding holes for the screws into the well nuts.

If you have no holes pre-drilled you would have to drill them...

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This is also the same rear hugger that came on the Tamburini. The part number listed in this ad was superseded to RDTL005018, just in case anyone is confused.
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There are holes already drilled where well nuts go and the hugger has corresponding holes for the screws into the well nuts.

If you have no holes pre-drilled you would have to drill them...
Ed, thanks for the heads up. where do I look for these holes? My R11S mounts the hugger utilizing longer bolts holding down rear caliper. Fast and easy install. Hope this is the same.
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Ed, thanks for the heads up. where do I look for these holes? My R11S mounts the hugger utilizing longer bolts holding down rear caliper. Fast and easy install. Hope this is the same.
Not the same as the R11S at all..... I'm not even sure this hugger will fit the 2010 and later bike swing arm.

Look closely at the photos and you can see the holes where the screws go. They are in front of the tire. You have to remove the wheel to install.

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Ed, thanks for the heads up. where do I look for these holes? My R11S mounts the hugger utilizing longer bolts holding down rear caliper. Fast and easy install. Hope this is the same.
Hope these pics from 2010 990 help. Top and bottom locations.
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Also, you will have to purchase the well nuts.
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Pop out the 2 plastic plugs you can see in your photos....that's where the well nuts go.

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