2014 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster Full Features and Specs
2014 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster finally fully closing on the late today, if you haven’t seen a bevy of photos we published earlier. This time we will give it to you a fan of the MV Agusta Brutale heavy borrowing from the Dragster Brutale 800 platform was established, and differs primarily in the aesthetics and their goals.
MVICS 2.0 includes not only MV Agusta’s eight-level traction control system, but also the company’s newest electronically assisted shifting (EAS), which does quick-shift operations for both upshifts and downshifts. Ride-by-wire is also a standard element to the package.
Unsurprisingly, the MVICS 2.0 electronics system comes standard on the Dragster, as well as the Bosch 9+ anti-locking brakes system, which is mated to Brembo calipers (radial mounts at the front).
The chassis is suspended by Marzocchi forks up front and a Sachs shock in the rear, and both units are fully adjustable, which is a welcomed sight for aggressive street riders.
The fuel tank is 4.39 gal, which should get riders some good range; and with a seat height of 31.91 inches (a fraction taller than the Brutale 800), the Dragster isn’t nearly as short as we thought, but it also isn’t a bike relegated to the tall man alone.
So down to brass tacks it is, the key technical specifications of the 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster are the following:
In-line three-cylinder engine, 798 cc
Bore 79.0 mm, stroke 54.3 mm
Maximum power 125 HP-EC (92 kW) at 11,600 rpm
Maximum torque 81 Nm at 8,600 rpm
Limiter at 13,000 rpm
Dry weight 167 kg
Power-weight ratio 1.34 kg/HP
Tyres Pirelli DIABLO Rosso II 120/70 – ZR 17 front, 200/50 – ZR 17 rear
Price at €13,490 (the same as the Rivale), the Dragster holds nearly a €2,500 euro premium over the EAS equipped Brutale 800, though that model is without the Bosch 9+ ABS brakes.
What does it mean for the machine when it comes to the United States remains to be seen, it looks like you should also soon try her but it seems that race car is going to be one expensive bikes, compared to its namesake.
Are you willing to pay the extra cash in order to have it take a motorcycle in your garage.