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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-03-2014, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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Brutale 675 Limited power version (A2)

Hi Guys,

Ive just ordered a brand new Brutale 675 EAS ABS.

This is the limited power version as I have class A2 drivers licence.

I will soon be upgrading to class A and was wondering does anyone know how MV is reducing the power? How can I get the "original" power back?

Is it just a rev limiter or something with the exhaust etc?

Thanks for any help and tips!

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-04-2014, 02:02 AM
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At a guess i would think it would be something to do with the mapping on the ECU. I don't think just restricting the exhaust would be enough to make it an A2.
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Welcome Eric, where in the world are you located. As for restricting the power output the dealer will need to fit a restictor kit and certify the bike is power restricted. The kit involves a set of intake masking plates and an electric device that alters the power output, a device is also fitted to limit the throttle movement.
It can be fairly easily removed when your license restrictions expire and then you can go back to full power. The dealer can remove it or if you get the instructions supplied with the kit do it yourself.
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I certainly don't want to live in a world of restrictive power output

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It is a sad state of affairs but here in UK, we have licence restrictions on new and younger riders, this has been going on for years, politicians think they know best and vote this crap into law, whatever side of the political divide they sit on. Nanny state politics. Sorry to say it will creep into more countries as time passes on.
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It is a sad state of affairs but here in UK, we have licence restrictions on new and younger riders, this has been going on for years, politicians think they know best and vote this crap into law, whatever side of the political divide they sit on. Nanny state politics. Sorry to say it will creep into more countries as time passes on.

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