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Any paperwork with this bike?
My initial thoughts were one of the following:
A 750 Brutale Oro or
A Brutale 910S with some tasty upgrades or
A Brutale 910S with some items painted to replicate a Brutale 750 Oro.

I say 910S because I thought the 910R was released with radial brakes, not the axially mounted ones above. I may be wrong. See VIN info below.

I took a screenshot to eliminate one option and I think this frame plate (below) is made of magnesium. Standard frame plates on a Brutale 910S (or 910R) were grey and made of aluminium.
I can see the horizontal machining in the frame plate that is unique to these magnesium parts. That is a very good sign.
If the machining lines are there, then it is either option 1 or 2 above.

The 10th digit of the VIN will identify the year and a picture of the top triple clamp will definitely help confirm this.
The Butale Oro 750, just 300 made, had a gold coloured magnesium lower triple clamp / frame side plates / wheels & swingarm, as can be seen on this bike. They also had plenty of carbon, which I don't see on this bike.
Replicas were made, some with just a paint job, some with the correct parts.
So, I want to say 910S with several tasty components to replicate a Brutale 750 Oro.

The faint horizontal lines in the image below indicate that this part is made of magnesium!

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I Agree. I was typing this up as you posted that:

I don't think it is an Oro.
The reason is that the Oro, and it looks like you have one, has these parts in carbon:

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Whereas this one has plastic components:

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