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So for you guys that like a detailed breakdown of what has been done to an already stupid sic bike then read on. For the rest, Just skip to the pics and enjoy.
Jason


2009 MV Agusta Brutale 1078RR Stealth Fighter

390 lbs, 175 hp, 93 lbs of torque

Bike built by Myself and Schmidt Racing did the throttle sync and remap.

Paint and graphics by JamAir Paint

Matching Bell Star Carbon helmet by Tecnoart Sersan of Italy

Many mods done, 100% Carbon Fiber Body Work styled and designed with a unifying paint scheme.

Full Titanium and Carbon Fiber modified Tamburini Race exhaust system w/ Carbon Fiber heat shields
Custom MV Corse Rider and Passenger Seat with Carbon Fiber cover
All vents and air intakes covered with anodized gold screens

BST Carbon Fiber Black Mamba 7-Spoke rims

MV Agusta LE Magnesium Swingarm and Hub

MV Race ECU Flashed by Redline Motorsports and PC V.
MV Corse front and rear sprockets by US Drive Systems (520) w lightweight DID professional race chain

AEM Magesium quick change rear sprocket carrier 14/40
Billet aluminum milled front sprocket cover
Billet aluminum milled shifter and brake levers
Billet aluminum 1 off custom swingarm frame plugs
All nuts and bolts switched to Titanium

Power Commander V
Scott Steering Damper
Rizoma Mirrors
Rizoma Passenger Pegs
Rizoma Handlebar end weights
Rizoma Grips
Rizoma Tail Tidy
Melotti Racing Reservoir Covers
Motovation frame/sprocket sliders

Ottimoto rearsets w Carbon fiber heel guards
MotoCorse Gas Cap
MotoCorse Brake and Clutch levers
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber Front and rear Fenders
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber battery tray
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber oil cooler cover
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber tail
MotoCorse Carbon Fiber upper and lower chain guards

Bestem Carbon Fiber Air Intakes
Bestem Carbon Fiber Side panels and Fuel Rail guards
Bestem Carbon Fiber Key Guard
Biondi Carbon Fiber front fairing
HID Headlight w Carbon Fiber housing

Oberone Clutch Slave
MV High output water pump
MV Slipper Clutch
320mm Dual Brembo Monoblock Brakes
Titanium Oil fill plug
Low-Profile LED Signals
Steal braid fuel lines
LED Rear Brake light w integrated turn signals
Blue LED dash lights


The words on each side of the bike on the panels below the seat are my daughter’s names meaning translated in Italian.
Aryana means “My Beloved” and Sabriyya means “Patient Rain”.

2009 MV Agusta BRUTALE 1078 RR - Specifications

ENGINE
Type Four cylinder, 4 stroke, 16 valve
Timing system “D.O.H.C”, radial valve
Total displacement 1078.37 cm3 (65.78 cu. in.)
Compression ratio 13:1
Starting Electric
Bore x stroke 79 mm x 55 mm (3.1 in. x 2.2 in. )
Max. horse power - r.p.m. (at the crankshaft) 113 Kw (178 HP) at 12500 - Lim. r.p.m.
Max. torque - r.p.m. 92lbs at 8100 r.p.m.
Cooling system Cooling with separated liquid and oil radiators
Engine management system “Weber Marelli” 5SM ignition - injection integrated system; induction discharge electronic ignition; sequential timed “Multipoint” electronic injection
Clutch Wet, multi - disc with mechanical anti-surging device
Gear Box Cassette gearbox; six speed, constant mesh
Primary drive 50/79
Gear ratio
First gear: Speed* 13/38 110.6 Km/h (68.7 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Second gear: Speed* 16/34 152.2 Km/h (94.5 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Third gear: Speed* 18/32 181.9 Km/h (113.0 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Fourth gear: Speed* 20/30 215.6 Km/h (133.9 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Fifth gear: Speed* 22/29 245.3 Km/h (152.3 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Sixth gear: Speed* 19/23 267.2 Km/h (165.9 mph) at 11650 r.p.m.
Final velocity ratio 15x41
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Voltage 12 V
Alternator 650 W at 5000 r.p.m.
Battery 12 V - 9 Ah Yuasa
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Wheelbase 1410 mm (55.55 in.)
Overall lenght 2020 mm (79.59 in.)
Overall width 760 mm (29.94 in.)
Saddle height 805 mm (31.72 in.)
Min. ground clearance 135 mm (5.32 in.)
Trail 101,5 mm (4.00 in.)
Wet weight 170 Kg (385 lbs)
Fuel tank capacity 19 l (5.02 U.S. gal.) - reserve fuel: 4 l (1. 05 U.S. gal. )
PERFORMANCE
Maximum speed* 277.2 Km/h (182.9 mph)
FRAME
Type CrMo Steel tubular trellis (TIG welded)
Rear swing arm pivot plates: material Aluminium alloy


FRONT SUSPENSION
Marzocchi
Type “UPSIDE - DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork with rebound-compression damping and spring preload external and separate adjustment
Rod dia. 50 mm (1.97 in.)
Travel on leg axis 130 mm (5.11 in.)
REAR SUSPENSION
Type Progressive, single shock absorber with rebound and compression (High speed / Low speed) damping and spring preload adjustment
Single sided swing arm: material Magnesium
Wheel travel 120 mm (4.72 in.)
BRAKE
Front brake Double floating disc with Ø 320 mm (Ø 12.6 in.) diameter, with steel braking band and aluminium flange
Front brake Dual Brembo caliper Radial-type, single-piece with 4 pistons - Ø 34 mm (Ø 1.34 in.)
Rear brake Single steel disc with Ø 210 mm (Ø 8.27 in.) diameter
Rear brake caliper With 4 pistons - Ø 25,4 mm (Ø 1.00 in.)
RIM
Front: Material / size BST Carbon Fiber 3.50 ” x 17 ”
Rear: Material / size BST Carbon Fiber 6.00 ” x 17 ”
TIRES
Front 120/70 – Dunlop GP-A (58 W)
Rear 190/55 - Dunlop GP-A (75 W)
 

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And a few more pics.
 

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quite a lovely bike. welcome in
 
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thats not yours ;)



Jus kiddin Jason,awesom bike mate well done!
 

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Thanks, and my swingarm came from an F4 Oro and there was only 150 of those made so now there are 149 because I stole it's parts. So I'd say it was harmed. :)
 

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Oh, guess I should add I have ridden since I was 15 and have had all kinds of bikes. I wanted to finally upgrade and join the Majors on power and beauty. I demo'd about every super bike and super naked available out there before choosing the MV.
 

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Welcome to CF Jason! Love the Brutale....and the pics & intro! :D
 

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Welcome, great couple of first posts, REP for the VIP!

Just one question....... is this guy sniffing your seat?! :wtf:

Haha, Ill timed photo, Not sure what he was doing, but you have to get that close to see some of the small details, airbrush work and custom touches. I doubt few would ever notice that I had brass wheel rims machined into my pivot plate bolt covers done with 7 spokes to match my 7 spoke BST Black Mambas unless I pointed it out. Or that the logos are painted on the tank, not stickers cleared over. An old dude did recognize the F1 quality weld work on my Titanium exhaust and actually knew that each little piece had to be welded to make the bend in the exhaust because titanium doesn't bend. Every now and then I find someone who knows what they are looking at. :)
 

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Not to piss in your cheerios...
But did you do anything other than pay for parts (or pay for them to be made by someone else) and put them on?

I see a whole lotta cash in this "build" but not much else. It's not really a "custom fighter" is it?

That said, its a gorgeous bike. Thanks for sharing.

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I cut and drilled pieces to fit. Custom made exhaust. Parts are on the bike from 2 other bikes. I put everything on. I paid someone to paint it and map it. Does it have to look like a highschool shop project gone wrong to be a "fighter"? Yeah there is a retarded amount of cash there and a lot of well hidden customization. Mostly behind the scenes for performance. Is there a price limit to be considered that I don't know about? ;-)
 

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I cut and drilled pieces to fit. Custom made exhaust. Parts are on the bike from 2 other bikes. I put everything on. I paid someone to paint it and map it. Does it have to look like a highschool shop project gone wrong to be a "fighter"? Yeah there is a retarded amount of cash there and a lot of well hidden customization. Mostly behind the scenes for performance. Is there a price limit to be considered that I don't know about? ;-)
haters, thats all ;)
 

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Next upgrade, I've dreamed of these rotors since I knew they existed. But they have only recently been made for my bike and made so that they will function at colder temps. Will save a stupid amount of unsprung weight.

http://www.shift-tech-carbon.com/on...6-SICOM-DIAVEL-F-R--ROTOR-SET-INCL--PADS.html
Have they got this technology perfected for bikes? We tried some on a FED one time and shredded the piss outta them (after several passes of course). Sucks when they flare out lock up your wheels at 100mph+ :doh:
 

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Have they got this technology perfected for bikes? We tried some on a FED one time and shredded the piss outta them (after several passes of course). Sucks when they flare out lock up your wheels at 100mph+ :doh:
Looks like it, especially since they don't need to heat up before they work now. GP bikes use carbon rotors I believe. I kinda focus on lightweight highend performance and got a paintjob to make it sexy. This pic was taken in my first stages of modification and the first bellypan I put together but it was too heavy.



 
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