MV Agusta conversions

MV Agusta conversions at the Motor Bike Expo 2017

Ballistic Trident and Dragster Blackout

MV Agusta is already making spectacular appearances with its production motorcycles. Now two even more spectacular conversions from the brand can be seen at the Motor Bike Expo 2017 in Verona: the MV Agusta Ballistic Trident and the MV Agusta Dragster Blackout.

M.V Agusta Ballistic Trident

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MV Agusta Ballistic Trident

The Ballistic Trident is based on the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR. It already caused a sensation in Yokohama at the Hot Rod Custom Show in December 2016. Behind the project is Winston Yeh, the founder of Rough Crafts in Taipei. MV Agusta Taiwan entrusted him with the design of the Ballistic Trident. The study recalls with her "Dustbin"- (literally: "Garbage can"-) Fairing to the streamlined era in motorcycle racing of the past century. At the Motor Bike Expo, the MV Agusta Ballistic Trident can be seen at the Rough Crafts stand (Hall 1 / Stand 12D).

MV Agusta Brutale Dragster Blackout

The MV Agusta Brutale Dragster Blackout goes back to the collaboration between the Varese plant and Valter Moto Components. Valter Moto Components produces motorcycle accessories and specializes in racing components. The company is an official partner of the racing department of MV Agusta. William Melzi from Tecnoart Sersan is responsible for the design of the MV Agusta Dragster Blackout and the high-quality finish with a lot of manual work.

Valter Esposito, founder of Valter Moto Components, wanted to transform an MV Agusta Brutale Dragster into a techno cafe racer, and was inspired by ideas from motorcycle racing and car tuning. The new handlebar grips are a greeting to the past. The arrangement of the LED headlights as such creates a new design element.

The MV Agusta Brutale Dragster Blackout naturally carries many parts from the Valter Moto Components range; These include, among other things, racing steering stubs, notches, levers, fuel caps, start number plates and indicators. There is also an approx. 18 centimeter LED headlight with an integrated dashboard. A 4.3-inch color display in HD resolution, which is connected to a 170-degree wide-angle camera in the rear, replaces the rear-view mirror.

The exhaust of the MV Agusta Brutale Dragster Blackout comes from SC-Project. It is the S1 model, which is also used on Leon Camier’s Superbike World Championship motorcycle.

At the Motor Bike Expo, Valter Motor Components will be exhibiting the MV Agusta Brutale Dragster Blackout in Hall 6 at Stand 10Z.

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