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2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090RR Corse from EICMA

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You may remember the deliciously carbonized MV Agusta F4 Corse we showed you a week back, consider this its more naked brother. The 2010 MV Agusta Brutale 1090RR Corse shown at EICMA is an example of the tasty race bits MV’s racing branch can crank out for its product line-up. Dust-off your drool bucket again, there’s photos after the jump.

Replacing the standard shotgun side exhaust, MV Agusta Corse has instead opted for a GP-style can peaking out from beneath the bike. The bike has an obvious extra dosing of carbon fiber panels, which are really more for aesthetics than anything else. Forks and the rear-shock remain unchanged, but MV Agusta Corse has a steering damper available for the Brutale line.

Photos: © 2009 Asphalt & Rubber













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