MV Agusta Introduces Brutale 800 Dragster

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MV Agusta Introduces Brutale 800

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MV Agusta has launched a new called the Brutale 800 Dragster, it claims is the “most extreme and Brutale ever.”

This latest machine the Italian company is based on the Brutale 800. The Dragster the same 798cc inline engine, including its bore of its … of 54.3mm, its compression of 13.3:1, its redline of 13,000 rpm and its power output – 125 horsepower at rpm and 58.5 lbs.-ft. of torque at rpm.

Both bikes a six-speed cassette-style transmission Electronic Assisted Shift for clutchless, full-throttle upshifts.

Like the Brutale 800, the also comes with an EM2.0 Engine Control (ECU) and Mikuni Ride-by-Wire bodies that make up of the Motor Vehicle Integrated System (MVICS). With the Brutale 800 Dragster has a traction system with nine including Off and four different modes (Sport, Normal, and Custom). In the Custom riding the rider can tune engine the rev limiter, engine torque throttle sensitivity and engine to their liking.

The powerplant is mounted in a frame of a tubular steel trellis and alloy swingarm pivot plates. The single-sided swingarm is out of aluminum alloy, as are the 3.50 x front and 6.00 x 17.0-inch wheels. Those wheels wearing Pirelli Diablo II sport radials, a 120/70-ZR17 on the and a 200/50-ZR17 on the rear.

The front system includes dual Brembo discs and radial-mounted Brembo calipers, and a Bosch 9 Anti-lock Braking System is standard equipment. The inverted Marzocci forks and the Sachs shock are both adjustable for preload, compression and rebound And most of the specifications are the same on the as they are on the Brutale 800, wheelbase (54.3 inches/1380mm), height (32.5 inches/811mm), and dry weight (368 pounds/167

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Most of the differences between the 800 and the Brutale 800 Dragster appear to be in styling.

MV Agusta announced that the 800 Dragster will sell for in Italy, but a price for the U.S. was not immediately available.

A Brutale 800 EAS has a Manufacturer Suggested Retail (MSRP) of €11,080 in Italy.

The Butale 800 Dragster will a MSRP of $14,758 in the U.S.

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