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Moto Corse MV Agusta Brutale 1133 Evo-CA

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The MV Agusta Brutale 1078RR is a special bike in its own right, featuring another of Massimo Tamburini’s iconic designs in motorcycling. It’s hard to improve upon such a work, which is perhaps why we see MV Agusta currently recycling its aesthetic as it updates its motorcycle line.

This fact hasn’t stopped Moto Corse from trying its hand on improving upon the Tamburini design though, as the company has put together what it calls the MV Agusta Brutale 1133 Evo-CA: a carbontastic work of both visual bling and go-fast parts.

The first thing you’ll notice about Moto Corse’s MV Agusta Brutale 1133 Evo-CA is the all carbon fiber bodywork that’s accented with gold pin striping. That look goes well with the numerous gold-anodized aluminum pieces made by Moto Corse, as well as the Öhlins R/T forks and TTX shock, which has an aluminum/titanium ride height adjuster.

The carbon fiber panels also match the carbon-ceramic brake discs, which are aided in the “slow the f-down” duties by the nickel-plated Brembo monobloc calipers mated to the Öhlins forks.

Perhaps the biggest change on the MV Agusta Brutale 1133 Evo-CA though is its 1,133cc displacement, which comes courtesy of HRT’s big bore kit that noticeably replaces the top-end of the motor. Punching things out to 81mm, a Microtec unit takes care of the engine mapping for this tuned beast.

Power comes in at 168hp, up from the base 154hp, while torque is lifted to 93.7 lbs•ft  from 86.3 lbs•ft. Throw in an exposed dry slipper clutch for good measure and a 370 lbs dry weight, and you’ve got yourself one fine MV Agusta Brutale.

Technical Specifications for the Moto Corse Brutale 1133 EVO-CA:
Engine: DOHC 4-cylinder, 4 stroke 16-valve, liquid cooled
Displacement: 1,133cc
Bore x stroke: 81.0 x 55.0 mm x 4
Compression: 13:1
Power: 125 KW/171CV @ 10500 rpm
Torque: 127Nm-12, 7Kgm-@ 8100 rpm
Power Supply: Electronic injection MICROTEC-HRT, 46 mm
Ignition: Digital
Exhaust: Titanium
Starting: Electric
Clutch: Dry multiplate slipper clutch with clutch-pump Brembo RCS 16/18×18
Transmission: 6-speed extractable
Final drive: 520 Chain
Frame Type: Tubular steel trellis CrMo
Swingarm: Aluminum swingarm
Rake and Trail: 24.5 º and 101.5 mm
Front suspension: USD Öhlins Road & Track 43 mm multi-adjustable
Rear suspension: Progressive multi-adjustable Öhlins TTX
Brakes Front: Dual 320 mm T SICOM drive with carbon-ceramic Brembo P4 32/36CNC block distance 100mm.-pump Brembo RCS 19/20×18
Rear brake: 210 mm Sicom carbon-ceramic disc with 4 piston calipers
Front wheel: Carbon fiber 3.50 × 17
Rear wheel: Carbon fiber 6.00 × 17
Measures tire: 120/70 x 17 “190/50 x 17 ”
Dry weight: 168 kg
Overall length: 2,005 mm
Wheelbase: 1,410 mm
Seat height: 805 mm
Carbon fiber tank: 19 lt.

Source: Racing Café

Jensen Beeler

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