2012 MV Agusta Brutale RR 1090 Feature

2012 MV Agusta Brutale RR 1090 Feature name has become synonymous with utmost performance in the world of naked sportbikes. From the all-new 675 to the 920 and finally the 1090, the Brutale has proven its naked high-performance merit over and over again.

It also features revised engine mapping, a slipper clutch, and a hand-welded CroMo steel frame with adjustable steering geometry. The bike's front is suspended is by a 50mm Marzocchi USD fork, while the rear features a Sachs shock, adjustable for both high and low speed compression. Brembo Monoblock calipers grab 320mm discs to stop forged aluminum wheels that replace the current cast hoops and shed 1kg in unsprung weight. For added flare there's also a projector beam/LED headlight and LED turn signals

With the engine based on the Brutale 1090 R, the new found power increase comes from new camshafts, inlet tracts and larger throttle bodies from the F4 superbike. The engine also features a slipper clutch, revised engine mapping and 8-level traction control.

As with other high-end MV’s, the CroMo steel chassis is TIG welded and features adjustable steering geometry. Front suspension is by DLC-coated, 50mm Marzocchi USD forks; rear is a Sachs shock with both high and low speed compression adjustment. As you’d expect, there’s Brembo Monoblock calipers and 320mm discs. Those stop new forged aluminum wheels that shed 1kg in unsprung weight over the old cast items.