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Check this pic: behind the back seat of the Cagiva, you can see a Brutale with an unknown black engine.
Does anyone knows more about it ?
 

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no idea, man. It could just be a custom paint job on the engine. In fact, it rather sounds like a cool idea.
 

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Jr Wong said:
its the cagiva mito 525
Yes, but I speak about the bike BEHIND the Cagiva.

It looks like the Triumph engine in the Brutale frame.
 

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Yes, yes, BEHIND the Mito is a White 910R, with a blacked-out engine.

The question is whether this is a custom one-off, or perhaps the look of the new Brutale 980, or whatever...?
 

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fazer6 said:
Yes, yes, BEHIND the Mito is a White 910R, with a blacked-out engine.

The question is whether this is a custom one-off, or perhaps the look of the new Brutale 980, or whatever...?
That's exactly the question I tried to ask.
My poor english is for sure the reason of misunderstanding! :crazyeyes :wtf: :crazyeyes
Thank you Fazer6
 

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