2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR Review — Ultimate MotorCycling

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2010 MV Agusta Brutale RR | Review

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The new MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR is somewhat different. The previous MV RR, with its throbbing and raw in-line almost took me for a ride in an and nearly out of control way. MV has worked very hard to the 1090 RR a slightly more … superbike.

To achieve ergonomics have been giving the rider more The new seat height of 830mm and previous models 805mm) as a result of the new lifted rear end and chassis. This also more space for my legs and I can my backside further backwards I want to ride more The foot rest controls are on the 1090 RR but there’s already space for my legs than on the RR model.

The 1090 RR features all new with indicators incorporated actually work on the road. in front of me sits the new steering on an the all new headstock. Out on the Misano circuit the damper proved very indeed.

Entering the back from turn 6 there is headshake through second and gear before the front down in fourth. This is having a steering damper so plenty of horsepower in play The back straight is the longest at Misano but if you have balls of you’ll be fastest through three corners later.

I was able to clock around 137 mph as my speed around Misano. MV claims a top speed of 165 mph, but the has to be longer to achieve the same speed.

Through Variante del which is a left hander in second followed by a very right hander where you second and kick in third I can feel the weight of the bike as I go an extreme left to bring the upright followed by the fast hander. The transition from to right isn’t as smooth and as on a full-on superbike and I wrestle the a little.

The Marzocchi fully magnum front fork very stable on the brakes and the have been calibrated by CRC Research Centre) to different than the Brutale 990 R. The monoblock brakes are also of a different than the 990 R and there is an abundance in feel and power. The rear is a Sachs fully adjustable fitted to MV’s new and longer sided swingarm.

MV Agusta has opted for the Dunlop in a 120/70 ZR17 front and ZR17 rear. Along the new traction control and fine clutch that keeps the 1090 RR pretty much despite its wild nature. The incarnation of the Brutale 1090 RR therefore be easier to ride for both the pros and the amateurs.

Out on the ride there is no mistaking the raw and sounding in-line four contrasts the super smooth engines. The big MV sound echoes the buildings in town and nobody the real character in this It’s rather slippery out on the roads surrounding Misano and having traction control I did to upset the rear tyre a few from early rpm.

I appreciate the new comfortable aspects of the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR out on the No part of my body was aching our ride.

The new and bigger instrument has a host of new features. The first I is that the analogue rev counter has now placed to the left while the speedometer is on the right. This better particularly on the racetrack.

The new instruments are also bigger but to be a bit it’s still not that to see the green neutral light in As the gear lever is a little sometimes it would be good if green light was a little (for instance when you to rest your hands at lights). The gear indicator is my new feature and it’s lovely to see indicated with the front to the sky.

Fuel level, temperature and even a hazard-warning for all four indicators to blink are all

Riding the 2010 Brutale RR slowly through town is now a more pleasant experience the engine doesn’t produce as heat as before. The lubrication and systems has been completely and my legs were happier for it.

and torque is now a claimed 144.2 hp at rpm and 115 nm at 8,000 rpm. That’s a 10 horsepower down on last claimed figures but the bike power wheelies from gear even with a swingarm so you go reckon. It’s just as much of a hooligan as you it to be but the 2010 Brutale allows the to control it more than

The midrange is fantastic and from as low as rpm the acceleration in any gear is smooth and with strong momentum you could only expect the biggest Japanese in-line

This fact makes the 1090 RR a very fine motorcycle because you could it all day at low revs enjoying the scenery and have plenty of power on tap with no shifting down the Both the Brutale 990 R and 1090 RR are with engines restricted to 100 versions (poor French). And of you will be happy to hear you can boost your Brutale RR all the way to a 200 horsepower version with a of performance parts.

MV Agusta Brutale 1078 RR

New from MV and perhaps as a cause of the Harley-Davidson over the Varese factory now provide such performance directly. What I’m quite about is that if you can take a to 200 hp, what can then be achieved on the F4…

The 6-gallon fuel tank is a lot than it looks and also than what’s usual for a motorcycle. I reckon it is because the and its athleticism require slightly body fuel than which perhaps is something MV should look more next time. The new headlamp maintains the teardrop shape previous models but with efficient lighting and 8 new LEDs please those of you living in

You might have heard Massimo Tamburini that both the Brutale and F4 has retired CRC. This is sort of but I can also reveal that himself was involved a fair bit on the Brutale and he also signed off the before the launch.

MV Agusta both the 2010 Brutale 990 R and RR a silent revolution. Well, I the 2008 Brutale 1078 RR year and I must say that not have MV Agusta addressed all of my complaints, but they have to all the “born againers” in their that kept breaking backs on the Brutale too. now a lot more comfortable, less radiation, still attractive and lies on the spec sheet too

Regardless, I must say that the Brutale 1090 RR now suits a lot riders and that can only be a thing. As for me I’d take the 2008 any despite its “shortcomings” but the 2010 might prove to be better.

The RR in-line four is still of the exciting fours

Less radiation than before

and functionality: mirrors that

Better seat and ergonomics before

Gear and brake levers a little too short

MV Agusta Brutale 1078 RR
MV Agusta Brutale 1078 RR
MV Agusta Brutale 1078 RR


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