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2009 Mv Agusta Mv Agusta on 2040-motos

US $8,999.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:8 ColorColor: White

James Creek, Pennsylvania, United States

James Creek, Pennsylvania, United States
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MV Agusta MV Agusta tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,078 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Naked For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

MV Agusta MV Agusta description

2009 MV Agusta 1078RR Brutale, some have said this may have been MV's best model year and some say this was the meanest brutale built.
This bike has 8267 miles that was well kept and has alway been stored inside. I am the second owner, I have all maintence history since about 1500 miles. Bike looks good and runs well, I have installed new RS10 tires, changed engine oil, front fork oil in March and brake, clutch fluids, Motul Mocool was added to cooling system over the winter but only ridden bike once since then.
The bike has the following:
-FBF/Arrow race slip-on
-Arrow decat mid pipe
-BMC Air filter
-Mirco Tech Race ECU mapped by Chris at X-bikes comes with software CD and cables.
-Custom seat, this is not your typical seat cover change, this was reshaped, better padding and custom cover, alot more comfortable than stock,
- Custom painted rear cowl from carbon fiber piece
-Custom painted rear tire hugger
-Aftermarket handle bar ends not sure what brand.
-Engine stator cover crash sliders
-Carbon fiber clutch cover crash protector
-Front axle crash sliders
-Frame sliders
-Water pump has the MV upgraded  pump to improve cooling, the seals were replaced over the winter
-Led flasher relay
-Led rear turn signals
-Aftermarket black rearsets not sure what brand.
-Upgraded horn, little louder than stock
-Brand new Bridgestone RS10 tires with 0 miles
-Carbon Fiber bits: air intakes, oil cooler shrud, chain gaurd, swing arm guard, windscreen/speedo cover, rear seat cowl, rear tire hugger, clutch cover gaurd, front tire mud gaurd, key gaurd
-Melotti Racing tail tidy, gets rid of bulky factory bracket.
-Shorai Lithium Battery
-Led Digtial Gear Indicator Display (tells you what gear your in)
-Matris steering Dampner
-Mv Agusta factory bike cover and bag
I have all the books that came with it when new
I have the Stock rear seat and passenger foot rest to turn it back for 2-up riding.
I have all the peices to turn it back to a stock bike: mirrors, bar ends, oil cooler shrud, 2 air intakes, chain gaurd, swing arm guard, under tail and licence plate brackets, factory stator cover, stock ECU, windsheild nose piece, driver rearsets, passenger foot rest, passenger rear seat(white), factory slip on cans and a MV Agusta extra larger windscreen

-Now for the bad:
The bike fell over once, I'm guessing a jealous person or dumb ass kids knock it over, when i came out from the place I was at it was on the ground.
Theres minor knicks by right rearsets(brake side) in frame paint, right air intake clear coat scuff, right radiator gaurd has scuff on it, the bottom exhuast can has small scuff down the middle. The front turn signals broke would have to install new ones.

The rear cowl peice has some knick on rear edge in paint from it falling off of work bench one time.
I am throwing in a pit bull rear bike stand and a Mv Agusta front bike stand.
The bike is very reliable, the only problem that I have had since owning it was the water pump seals last year started to leak and battery which I have replaced both.
I have the clean WV title in hand.

Buy is responsible for shipping and issues that happen doing shipping.

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2014 MV Agusta 3-Cylinder Models Now Feature ABS

Thu, 23 Jan 2014

Better late than never, as the saying goes: MV Agusta will be equipping 2014 three-cylinder models —  the Brutale 675 and 800, the F3 675 and 800 and the Rivale 800 — with dual-function ABS featuring Normal and Race Mode. These models will come equipped with an internal pressure sensor and independent wheel sensors on each axle, all controlled by the small and lightweight Bosch 9MP ABS control unit. The ABS was specifically developed to provide safer, more effective deceleration on all road surfaces without compromising either the power or the progressiveness of the system and with the clear aim of obtaining the shortest possible braking distances.

2012 MV Agusta F4 R Corsa Corta Revealed

Thu, 06 Oct 2011

MV Agusta has announced the 2012 edition of its F4 sportbike featuring the new “Corsa Corta” engine from the F4 RR. The 2012 MV Agusta F4 R Corsa Corta engine has a 79mm bore and a stroke of 50.9mm, compared to the 76mmx55mm engine found on the previous F4, last updated in 2010. The engine uses titanium valves, a first for production engines, and is paired to a new 4-2-1-4 exhaust with the F4′s signature underseat pipes.  According to MV Agusta, the new Corsa Corta engine produces 195 hp at 13,000 rpm and 82.6 ft-lb.

2014 MV Agusta Brutale, F3 and Rivale Models Recalled for Loose Swingarms

Wed, 14 May 2014

MV Agusta is recalling several 2014 motorcycles because of a defect in the screw securing the swingarm pin. The recall affects 223 units of the Brutale 1090 RR (Corsa edition), Brutale 800, Brutale 675, F3 675, F3 800 and Rivale manufactured between Dec. 18, 2013 and March 10, 2014.