2013 MV Agusta Brutale 675 vs. Triumph Street Triple R Video BurnOut360.Com

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MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R

It’s a time of feasting for of streetfighters and hooligans. The category is so full of badass nakeds we had to a category unto streetfighters for our Motorcycle Of the Year awards. these two manufacturers alone 10 streetfighters of differing levels of For this shootout we chose two … an exceptionally good two!

MV ’s Brutale 675 was introduced in 2012, Triumph ’s Street Triple R a makeover prior to entering the model year. The commonality them is their 675cc engines, superbike handlebars and of sportbike bodywork. From the two bikes diverge in performance technologies, price and visual

Which manufacturer concocted a middleweight two-wheel ruffian is we’ll now determine.

Both share an engine architecture of liquid-cooled, inline cylinders, but the bigger bore and shorter (79.0 x 45.9 mm) make for a engine compared to the Triumph’s bore and longer … x 52.3) – the Brutale an unmistakable stepped powerband to the STR’s linear power

“Relative to the Triumph, the Brutale’s delivers power like a with an immediate, jabbing unlike any four-… production I’ve ridden,” says Editor, Kevin Duke.

The chart depicts an obvious dip in horsepower and torque from the 3-cylinder preceding 8000 rpm by a steep incline immediately Throttling through this rpm when exiting a tight easily (ferociously with throttle input) spins the tire, making us grateful MV saw fit to traction control.

Coupled with a light return spring, a disconnected-feeling throttle and irregular low-rpm the Brutale lives up to its given brutal.

“As usual for recent the R-b-W throttle response any grace,” laments Duke. “Of all the throttles I’ve sampled, feel the least connected – the bike’s worst attribute.”

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Single-side rear swingarm and stacked exhaust pipes the Brutale 675 from its British and helps justify the extra $ 1k in MSRPs.

Another way to look at it, is through the eyes of our guest Sean Matic. “I really the Brutale’s 3-cylinder engine,” he “I like the sound, the induction the way it takes off when it hits its the split of good torque the Triple configuration but as much on top as an due to its oversquare design.”

He does however, that MV “needs to get R-b-W tech better

MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R

Power wheelies on the lightweight, wheelbase Brutale 675 are a mere of the wrist away. Controlling a for any length of time is problematic due to the electronic throttle.

On the flip is the Street Triple R and its nearly fueling and power delivery. to the MV, the STR feels incredibly refined, as it graduated finishing school the MV was a first year dropout. In a twist of hooligan etiquette, the STR may be too as if Triumph manufactured the hooliganism out of its bike.

Much of this is to the bike’s new, taller gear that stretches to 77 mph hitting the rev limiter.

“It will no longer wheelie off the in first gear, necessitating a and tug or a clutch drop,” wheelie-hound complains.

“I think the final gearing and tall first really neuter the thrust to the B3,” says Matic. “In canyons, ridden next to the B3 the STR smooth, even, controllable, fueled, but a bit slower, especially exiting tight corners.”

50,000 sold worldwide the last five years, the Triple is Triumph’s best-selling

The inability of the STR to loft the front end its own power when in first (without help from the while the Brutale can barely its front wheel on the tarmac is There exists, however, a and resultant attribute we preferred in the stability.

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MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R
MV Agusta Brutale 910 R


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