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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUnthkj961o&feature=youtu.be

This is as done as it is going to be. Off to the World of Wheels on Thursday.

2009 MV Agusta Brutale 1078 RR
Modifications:
MV Corse Custom Bellypan Painted by Paintergeek Paintworks in Gloss Black, Senna MV Grey and Penske Marlboro Red
All body work not replaced with Carbon fiber painted to match bike and custom decals installed by Paintergeek Paintworks
Radiator Guards and Coolant tank Guards custom Powder Coated Senna Grey to match body
Full Titanium modified MV Race exhaust system w/ Carbon Fiber heat shields
Custom MV Corse Rider and Passenger Seat
BST Carbon Fiber Black Mamba 7-Spoke rims
MV Race ECU
MV Corse front and rear sprockets by US Drive Systems (520) w lightweight professional race chain
Power Commander V
Scott Steering Damper
Rizoma Mirrors
Rizoma Passenger Pegs
Rizoma Handlebar end weights
Rizoma Grips
Rizoma Tail Tidy
Melotti Racing Reservoir Covers
Motovation frame/sprocket sliders
Ottimoto rearsets w Carbon fiber heel guards
MotoCorse Gas Cap
MotoCorse Brake and Clutch levers
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber Front and rear Fenders
Bestem Carbon Fiber Air Intakes
Bestem Carbon Fiber Side panels and Fuel Rail gaurds
Bestem Carbon Fiber Key Guard
Biondi Carbon Fiber front fairing
HID Headlight w Carbon Fiber housing
Oberone Clutch Slave
MV High output water pump
MV Slipper Clutch
Brembo Monoblock Brakes
Titanium Oil fill plug
Low-Profile LED Signals
 

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Funny thing is, if you didn't know what you were looking at or had never seen an MV, doubt you would notice that anything had been done. Other than all the CF bits. I used MV Corse logo decals, even the levers say "Brutale" and everything is either Gloss Black or Carbon fiber, so it all matches, there is not one flat black piece of stock plastic on the bike anywhere. I just wanted it to be as sexy and mean as God and MV intended.
 

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very nice
 

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great bike,but I was always going to say that.very nice touches.will have to post some more pics shortly, added some more gear.
cheers eddy
 

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Thanks, it's as done as it is going to be for awhile. Will eventually do the rear hub and maybe that nice carrier from Gutsy and eventually the rear Ohlins ttx. But that's all I swear, except maybe Ohlins front forks, but nothing else. Or an STM slipper clutch, but seriously that is it, except for the Stealth Body kit by Tamburini, But nothing else ever, swear to God. And then I'll get an F4 or F3. And the process can start again.
 

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Thanks, it's as done as it is going to be for awhile. Will eventually do the rear hub and maybe that nice carrier from Gutsy and eventually the rear Ohlins ttx. But that's all I swear, except maybe Ohlins front forks, but nothing else. Or an STM slipper clutch, but seriously that is it, except for the Stealth Body kit by Tamburini, But nothing else ever, swear to God. And then I'll get an F4 or F3. And the process can start again.
Mad man:yo::)
 

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I've always been that way with whatever I have. Even if it starts out amazing, I have to mess with it and see if I can make it better. I used to play tournament level paintball and imagine what I did to my guns. Took the highest end guns in the world and switched the boards, chips, eyes, bolts, valves, anodizing, laser engraving, you name it. Eventually had enough of the sport cause teammates were unreliable and crap to play with. So I ski (solo or done with others) and ride (solo or done with others) so I have no reason to ever let the bike go.
 
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