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Nice colours I thought, I like the wheels, we need a 6" rear.
Still no mono-block calipers - I hope they have some for the F3 at least.
 

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Nice, I was offered one today for a couple of weeks time but cant sttetch to that much money
 

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Dons,

I thought the grey colored brembos were the mono blocks? Those are certainly not the same brakes that are on the standard b3 unless they're just painted.
 

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Any word on price? MV says not only does it have more power but quick up and down shifts. The temptation is real
 

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They look like the standard ones painted grey to me ;)
Certainly not the monobloc's used on the 1090RR
 

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Yup, 20bhp more and auto blipper for the downshift . About 2k more than a standard B3 .
 

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Brutale RR £11,700
Dragster RR £13,700
 

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I don't even want to know what premium the insurance companies are going to put on an RR compared to a standard model.
 

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They look like the standard ones painted grey to me ;)
Certainly not the monobloc's used on the 1090RR
Yup, you can paint cheap any colour you want, but cheap stays cheap. Some will get caught out hey :)
Here are the bottom of the range Brembo's on my bike, these where given to me by Phil, I used them for a year, mostly in practice or track days. With carbon ceramic pads they worked fine, but that last bit of travel on the lever does nothing for them, you can feel them open up instead of squeezing harder. I think they work great on the raod, and for a lighter bike like the F3's and B3's, probably good enough. I think the WSS guys struggle with them.


These are the standard P4 Goldline calipers, they came out on the 1000R's and 910R's, and run 4 pads. Sort of a bride-over model between the bottom of the range and the mono-blocks. They work great, better than I can master most of the time. I run carbon ceramic pads in them and one finger will hurt you if you don't concentrate. They are still two halves bolted together, but with a strengthening bridge in the middle.


Monoblocks, I wish, but there are more important upgrades for me.
 

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Is this the beginning of something special?:naughty:
 

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That will be excellent!:popcorn::popcorn::popcorn:
 

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Gorgeous.

The more I see the red Brutale RR, the more I'm sure it's the right bike for me.
 
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