Driving report MV Agusta Brutale 910 R


Driving report MV Agusta Brutale 910 R

Donner Beller

Dogs that bark do not bite. Postmen know that this wisdom should by no means be relied on. The threatening barking one M.V Agusta Brutale 910 R can also bite dangerously, thank God it can be held fairly well with the right hand. The appearance of the Bella Donna continues to set standards, even after six years of construction, every other current naked bike pales in its shadow. An elegance whose fascination will probably endure for a long time. In contrast, the technology of the 910 R needed an update, if only because of the Euro 3 emissions standard. That finally means a regulated catalytic converter, at the same time it got the cylinder head of the F4 1000 R with the narrower valve angles, of course with smaller valves and tamer control times than the super sports car.

The test machine was equipped with the titanium exhaust system made in Japan, which is available with an adapted on-board computer for 2200 euros in the accessories program. An optical delicacy with the finest weld beads that could be placed in the showcase in the living room. But then you would have to do without this sound, which makes your neck hair stand up after starting. Even while standing, the brutal gurgles hoarsely, barks at every thrust of the gas. The push operation is accompanied by a babbling.

Unfortunately, the known points of criticism have remained, namely the gruff throttle response in the lower speed range, which, in conjunction with the stiff throttle grip and high clutch forces, make driving around town an exercise in concentration. In addition, the chassis is anything but comfortable, but only works when you are racing. So the Brutale remains what it always was: a selective driving machine for connoisseurs and experts. gt

Technical data MV Agusta Brutale 910 R

Engine: four-cylinder four-stroke in-line engine, two overhead camshafts, four valves, injection, ø 46 mm, uncontrolled catalytic converter, six-speed gearbox.
Bore x stroke 76.0 x 50.1 mm
Cubic capacity 909 cm3
Compression ratio 13.0: 1
rated capacity
101.0 kW (137 hp) at 11,000 rpm
Max. Torque 96 Nm at 7900 rpm

Chassis: tubular steel frame, upside-down fork, ø 50 mm, central spring strut with lever system, double disc brake at the front, ø 320 mm, four-piston fixed calipers, disc brake at the rear, ø 210 mm, four-piston fixed caliper.
Tires 120/70 ZR 17; 190/55 ZR 17

Dimensions and weights: wheelbase 1414 mm, weight with a full tank * 205 kg, payload * 165 kg, tank capacity 19.0 liters.

Two year guarantee
Colors black / anthracite, white / black
Price 18450 euros
Additional costs 250 euros

  • Driving report Honda CBF 600 S

    Jahn Driving report Honda CBF 600 S (2004) All inclusive Honda is throwing the middle class upside down. The CBF 600 including ABS is available from 6960…

  • Driving report Harley-Davidson Night Rod

    Driving report Harley-Davidson Night Rod Straight through Harley has placed the Night Rod exactly between the power cruiser V-Rod and the Wetzer Street…

  • Driving report MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster

    MV Agusta 22 pictures MV Agusta 1/22 MV Agusta 2/22 MV Agusta 3/22 MV Agusta 4/22 MV Agusta 5/22 MV Agusta 6/22 MV Agusta 7/22 MV Agusta 8/22 MV Agusta

  • Review MV Agusta Brutale 989 R

    Artist 27 pictures MV Agusta 1/27 MV Agusta 989 Brutale R. MV Agusta 2/27 MV Agusta 989 Brutale R. MV Agusta 3/27 MV Agusta 989 Brutale R. MV Agusta 4/27 …

  • Driving report Suzuki SV 650

    Driving report Suzuki SV 650 Stimulant Economic downturn, crisis of meaning, winter depression. No matter. Suzuki has an effective antidote, the SV 650. At the …

  • Ducati Steetfighter 848 and Mv Agusta Brutale 920 comparison test

    Image: Jahn 12 Images Jahn 1/12 With the Streetfighter 848 and the Brutale 920, Ducati and MV Agusta round off their funbike range downwards. Who wins

  • Driving report MV Agusta F3 675 (2012)

    Photo: MV Agusta 18 pictures MV Agusta 1/18 Driving report of the MV Agusta F3 675 from MOTORRAD 5/2012. MV Agusta 2/18 MV Agusta F3 675: everything ready for …

  • Driving report Gilera Nexus 250-500

    Driving report Gilera Nexus 250/500 On a nexus In 2003, the Italian scooter wholesaler Piaggio was approaching the sporty Rol market- ler to stir up and…

  • Driving report Honda VTR 1000 SP-2

    Driving report Honda VTR 1000 SP-2 Game 2 The first VTR 1000 SP had more success at the Superbike World Championship than it did in sales. With the…

  • Driving report Honda

    Buenos dias Driving report Honda (2009) Now with ABS: CBR 600 RR Honda’s new sports ABS is said to decelerate perfectly, with Fireblade and CBR 600 RR….

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *