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【全球新聞】MV Agusta Brutale 990R for 150 Years of Italian Unification  

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【全球新聞】MV Agusta Brutale 990R in serie speciale 150° Unità dItalia - ar.long - 三咪重型機車貿易organization
 

MV Agusta celebra i 150 anni dell’Unità d’Italia con una serie speciale della sua Brutale 990R. Una personalizzazione esclusiva, riservata a 150 fortunati clienti, che rende ancor più elitario un oggetto di culto del design italiano contraddistinto da una forte personalità e dal perfetto connubio tra tecnologia e stile.

A rendere esclusiva questa moto è la livrea, in evidenza sul copri cruscotto in tinta con la carrozzeria, sul codino che per l’occasione è diventato monoposto e sul puntale. La bandiera italiana e il numero 150 rendono questo modello immediatamente riconoscibile, grazie anche alla targhetta con l’incisione del numero di serie della moto, posta sulla piastra superiore di sterzo. Le moto sono proposte in 3 colorazioni su base bianca, rossa e nera al prezzo di 15.890,00 euro.

 

 

                                             MV Agusta Brutale 990R for 150 Years of Italian Unification

                                                                                                                 ( MV阿古斯塔150意大利统一Brutale990R )

【全球新聞】MV阿古斯塔150年意大利统一Brutale990R - ar.long - 三咪重型機車貿易organization
 

MV Agusta is helping Italy celebrate the 150 year absence of Italian city-state fiefdoms with, you guessed it, a custom-painted limited edition motorcycle. A fairly standard operation procedure from old MV Agusta that seemingly has found its way into new MV Agusta, it’s things like this that make us weary as to whether the Italian motorcycle manufacturer has a little bit of a history re-repeating problem.

 

【全球新聞】MV Agusta Brutale 990R for 150 Years of Italian Unification - ar.long - 三咪重型機車貿易organization

 

Now that we’ve gotten that rant out of our system, the MV Agusta Brutale 990R that the company has done up with a special 150 Year Unification paint job is quite stunning, and all the appropriate drool-worthy remarks should be made about its tri-color aesthetic.

 

【全球新聞】MV Agusta Brutale 990R for 150 Years of Italian Unification - ar.long - 三咪重型機車貿易organization

 

If you’re interested, one of 150 can be had for the tidy sum of ?15,890, which is only a ?350 premium over the standard MV Agusta Brutale 990R — the limited edition plaquered on the steering column is totally worth it though. Just joking, but the tri-color paint decals might be though, and come on a red, white, or black painted Brutale 990R.

 

【全球新聞】MV Agusta Brutale 990R for 150 Years of Italian Unification - ar.long - 三咪重型機車貿易organization

 

 
 

 

MV Agusta Brutale 990R Italian Unification Edition

Make Model

MV Agusta Brutale 990R Italian Unification Edition

Year

2011

Engine

Liquid cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder. DOHC, 4 radial valves per cylinder

Capacity

998
Bore x Stroke 76 x 55 mm
Compression Ratio 13.0:1

Induction

Mulitpoint electronic injection

Ignition  /  Starting

-  /  electric
Clutch Wet, multiplate

Max Power

102 kW 139 hp @ 10600 rpm

Max Torque

106 Nm (10.6 kg-m @ 8000 rpm

Transmission  /  Drive

6 Speed  /  chain
Gear Ratio 1st 13/38 109.7 km/h (68.1 mph) @ 11650 rpm.  /  2nd 16/34 150.8 km/h (93.6 mph) @ 11650 rpm.  /  3rd  18/32 180.3 km/h (111.9 mph) @ 11650 rpm. /  4th 20/30 213.7 km/h (132.7 mph) @ 11650 rpm.  /  5th 22/29 243.2 km/h (151.0 mph) @ 11650 rpm.  /  6th 19/23 265.0 km/h (164.5 mph) @ 11650 rpm.
Frame CrMo Steel tubular trellis (TIG welded) Rear swing arm pivot plates: material Aluminium alloy

Front Suspension

UPSIDE - DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork with external and separated adjustment of rebound and compression damping and of spring preload Rod dia. 50 mm (1.97 in.) Travel on leg axis 130 mm (5.11 in.)

Rear Suspension

Progressive, single shock absorber with rebound damping and spring preload adjustment
Single sided swing arm: materiale Aluminium alloy Wheel travel 120 mm (4.72 in.)

Front Brakes

2x 310mm discs 4 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 210mm disc 4 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR 17

Rear Tyre

190/55 ZR 17
Seat Height 830 mm  /  32.68 in

Dry-Weight

190 kg  /  418.9 lb

Fuel Capacity 

23 Litres  /  .07 gal

 

MV Agusta is commemorating 150 years since the unification of Italy with a special series of bikes based on the Brutale 990R.The exclusive Brutale, which will only be available for 150 customers," renders even more elite an Italian designed object of cult distinguished by a strong personality and perfect union of technology and style."

The livery is highlighted by the dashboard cover, which is the same color as the bodywork, spoiler and special tail that features only a single seat, the Italian flag and the number 150 make this model immediately recognizable, also thanks to the motorcycle serial number which is inscribed on a plate located on the upper steering brace. The motorcycles are offered in three color schemes: white, red, and black.

 

Review

When Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta first announced the 2010 Brutale, there were some who questioned whether it was rational for MV to attempt an update that made the bike less, ahem... brutal. We decided it would be best to wait and see the bike in person and live with it for a while before making any such judgments – particularly since judging a vehicle solely by its spec sheet almost never has any real merit. And we're certainly glad that we did.

Upon our first few minutes with the new Brutale 990R, we had developed an initial gut reaction: From the instantly recognizable styling to the raspy exhaust note of its heavily revised inline four-cylinder engine, the 2010 Brutale is every bit the sense-tingling naked bike that its predecessor was.

This revelation, though, raises a couple of questions. Is the new Brutale too much like the old Brutale? If so, is that really such a bad thing? And finally, would the new influx of cash and the corresponding watchful eye of current (though probably not much longer) owner Harley-Davidson equal a watered-down Italian experience? To borrow a phrase from the marketing types from The Shack, You've got questions... We've got answers. Read on for enlightenment.

Let's take our usual walk around the new-for-2010 Brutale 990R to take in all the details. At first glance, the casual observer may see very little clues that MV's new naked sportbike is in fact all-new. A closer inspection reveals that nearly nothing is carried over from the last generation. MV claims that over 85% of the 2010 Brutale is new and not interchangeable with the 2009 model, but it still might take a ride or two to prove the new one is sufficiently different from the old. Whether this seemingly carry-over design language is good or bad is up to individual tastes.

 

s far as we're concerned, the old Brutale was still one of the most visually stimulating designs on the market, and so the fact that the made-over 2010 model looks so much like the previous generation is anything but a bad thing. Further, the more time we spent, the more the unique details and updates jump out at you... so much so that we found ourselves just staring at every angle while conducting our photo shoot as the sun went down behind the mountains. It wasn't until we unloaded our memory card that we realized we had taken over 300 pictures in just one sitting.

On the other hand, we imagine that there is a sizable portion of the population that doesn't want their brand new motorcycle to look anything like its predecessor, especially when said predecessor has been around for nearly a decade. For that contingent, the new Brutale had better offer something to make it stand out from the crowd – namely, an unforgettable riding experience. If that's the case, we come bearing very good news. The 2010 Brutale 990R accelerates, stops and flicks from side to side with an authority that proves the 2010 edition has totally earned its name. On the other hand, it's also significantly more comfortable and accommodating than the first-generation Brutale. Yes, we know that sounds oxy-moronic, but bear with us.

Swing a leg over the 2010 Brutale 990R and you'll find your posterior gently resting on a surprisingly comfortable perch. Yes, it's pretty high up there at nearly 33 inches off the ground, but the reach to the handlebars is now much more comfortable and natural than before, and the pegs have been relocated so that your legs don't feel too cramped. Further refinements to the basic naked package include slightly relaxed steering geometry (a 24.5-degree rake and four inches of trail, for what it's worth) and a 56.6-inch wheelbase made possible by a swingarm that's 20 millimeters longer and 2.2 pounds lighter than before. All of these updates add up to a finished product that's just a wee bit easier to handle than the last Brutale.

That's all well and good, but how does it perform? Twist the key to the On position and you'll be greeted by a chorus of chirps and whirs as the bike's on-board computers go through their initial start-up routine. The dashboard combines a suitably large analog tachometer on the left with a digital display at the lower right of its dial. A much larger rectangular LCD screen displays all manner of important data, including speed, gear indication, water temperature and a chronometer that keeps track of lap times. Once the electronic gadgetry informs you that all is well and good in Brutale Land, it's time to thumb the starter button.

 

The heavily updated engine fired up easily and reliably every time while in our hands. Fueling seemed pretty good both at docile speeds and when hammering the throttle with aggression, though it responds a bit more violently at part throttle than you might initially expect. Crucially, the 2010 Brutale sounds as if it has extreme antisocial tendencies, and that's even more true as the revs rise. And rise they will, often and with authority. Just as with every one of the 15,400 Brutales sold since its introduction, MV's proprietary inline-four revs from idle to redline with almost as much vigor and verve of a racebike. We didn't get the chance to sample the larger 1078cc model, but we can say with absolute conviction that the 998cc powerplant in the 990R offers up plenty of punch for a bike with the Brutale's lack of bodywork and sit-up-and-beg riding position.

A handful of throttle in first gear from anything over 4,000 rpm will lift the front wheel a few inches off the ground in an extremely controllable fashion, and that rubber won't touch the ground again until you back off the throttle or shift to second for an encore performance. A similar application from the right wrist at anything near double digits on the tach in either of the first two gears will give you a very clear look at the clouds above. Best to keep your right foot hovering over the rear brake to keep those 139 horsepower and 78 pound-feet of torque in check.

The dual front discs with four-piston Brembo calipers combine with the single rear disc and four-piston caliper to provide extremely strong deceleration force, excellent modulation and zero fade despite repeated hard stops. Although the uplevel 1090RR comes with Brembo Monobloc calipers clamping down on discs that are 10 millimeters larger in diameter, we can't imagine any rider finding fault with the binders on the lower-spec 990R we tested. Similarly, the 50-millimeter forks from Marzocchi, which are fully adjustable for compression, rebound and preload, are beyond fault when set up properly for the rider's weight. At the rear, a Sachs shock is adjustable for preload only and we'd say it adequately props up the rear end, but doesn't seem quite as sophisticated or supple as the fork.

Lean angle on both sides is plentiful and the Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires were sufficiently sticky. We never noted any hard parts touching down despite plenty of abrasion on our knee pucks. We're not quite sure what to say about the Brutale's electronic traction control, other than to note that we never felt the need to adjust the bike's computer out of Race Mode or to mess with the eight-way traction control. In any case, we didn't ever sense any evidence of a loss of traction. While a proper session at the track would surely tell the entire tale, we'll just assume our consistently good rear grip means the traction control system worked as designed since we know for sure the bike has sufficient power to slide the rear at will. What we did notice, however, was the unfortunate lack of a slipper clutch, which does come standard on the more expensive 1090RR. When scrubbing speed and downshifting on the 990R, there's a notable amount of tire chirping out back and even a small bit of chatter when getting really aggressive.

In addition to the slipper clutch, which should really be standard fare for a bike of this ilk, there are a few things we'd change about the new Brutale. First, we wish there were less of a style compromise between the 990R and the 1090RR. To our eyes, the color palettes offered on the latter are much nicer than those of the former. We'd also like to see the testa rossa (that'd be the red engine head) standard on the 990R as it is on its pricier brother, as it just screams Italian exotic. Less important, but slightly annoying, was the red on the passenger seat didn't quite match the red of the bodywork. But we're splitting hairs, here.

 Beyond those admittedly minor demerits, we love ourselves some Brutale. Yes, it is indeed less frenetic and easier-going than its forebear, but we're putting those attributes firmly in the Positives column, not the Negative. The newly refined machine is just as engaging as it ever was, the styling of the Brutale still stands up to our critical eyes and the updates made to the bike's ergonomics make it a much more inviting option in the face of stiff competition from the likes of the Ducati Streetfighter and Triumph Speed Triple. Finally, we think the $15,000 asking price is pretty damn attractive for what you're getting.

So, the 2010 MV Agusta Brutale somehow manages to live up to the performance heritage set by the original model while also offering useful improvements that make it easier to live with. As they might say in Italy... Mamma mia, ma che bella machina!

 

 

 

 google 提供的翻译:

                                   MV Agusta Brutale 990R  意大利限量版

 


    纪念MV阿古斯塔是自意大利有特殊的自行车上Brutale 990R.The独家Brutale,这将只用于150个客户提供一系列基于统一的150年间,“更呈现精英意大利邪教一位杰出的设计对象强烈的个性和风格和技术的完美结合。“
该穿得是突出了仪表板盖,这是为车身,尾部扰流器和特殊的功能,只有一个席位,意大利国旗和数字150立即使这个模型识别,也多亏了摩托车的序号相同的颜色上面写上支撑位于方向盘上一个盘子。
任何机车提供三种配色方案:白色,红色和黑色。

 
回顾

    当意大利摩托车制造商MV阿古斯塔首次公布2010年Brutale,也有一些质疑,这是谁的MV尝试合理的更新,使得自行车少,恩...残酷。我们决定最好还是等待,看看在自行车的人住一段时间,然后才作出任何与它这样的判断 - 尤其是因为单靠判断其规格表车辆几乎从来没有任何真正的好处。
而我们当然很高兴我们做到了。

    当我们第一次用几分钟的新Brutale 990R,我们制定了一个初步的直觉反应:从造型到一眼认出它的大量废气沙哑修订直列四缸发动机注意到,2010年Brutale是每个位的意识,刺痛裸体
自行车,其前身是。

    这个启示,虽然,提出了几个问题。是新Brutale太像老Brutale多少?如果是这样,真的是这样的坏事?最后,将现金和相应的新的涌入电流的注视(虽然可能不是更长)的所有者哈雷戴维森等于一个淡化意大利的经验?借用从营销的小屋类型短语,你有问题...我们已经得到了答案。
请继续阅读的启示。

  让我们围绕新换的2010 Brutale 990R我们通常步行去参加所有的细节。乍看之下,不经意的观察可以看到很少的线索,压的新赤裸裸sportbike其实都是全新的。再仔细观察就会发现,几乎没有什么是从上一代进行了。 MV索赔,超过85%,2010年Brutale是新的,不符合2009车型互换,但它仍然可能坐一坐,两个新的证明有足够的从旧的不同。
无论这个看似结转的设计语言是好是坏到个人的口味。

 

    很远的我们而言,老Brutale仍是市场上最具视觉刺激的设计之一,因此所提出的事实,在2010年车型看起来很像上一代的是什么,但一件坏事。此外,我们花更多的时间,更多的独特的细节和更新跳出你...以至于我们发现自己只是盯着我们的各个角度进行拍摄,而当太阳下山去了后面。
直到我们卸了我们的记忆卡,我们意识到,我们已经采取了300多张图片只是一坐。

    另一方面,我们想象,有一个人口相当一部分,不希望自己的品牌新摩托车看起来像它的前身什么,尤其是在说前任已经近十年左右。为此队伍,提供新的Brutale最好的东西,使其脱颖而出出来 - 即,一个令人难忘的骑马经验。如果是这样,我们来到轴承非常好的消息。 2010年Brutale 990R的加快,从一边到另一边站和笔触与授权书,证明2010年版已经完全赢得它的名字。另一方面,它也更舒适,比第一代Brutale包容。
是的,我们知道这听起??来氧鲁钝,但我们承担。

    摆动比2010 Brutale 990R腿,你会发现你的后路轻轻出奇舒适鲈鱼休息。是的,这是相当高的在那边离地面将近33英寸,但到车把达到现在更加舒适,比以前自然,已搬迁的岩钉,使你的腿并不觉得太局促。基本裸包进一步改进包括稍微放松(对于它的价值24.5度耙和四个径英寸)转向几何和一个56.6英寸的轴距由一个摇臂这是20毫米长,2.2磅比以前轻的可能
这些更新的所有附加到一个成品,这只是一丁点容易处理比上Brutale。

这一切都很好,但它是如何执行?扭曲的关键位置上,你会被由啁啾和whirs作为自行车的机载计算机合唱迎接经过最初的启动程序。仪表板结合了左侧适当大了在其表盘右下方的数字显示模拟转速表。一个更大的长方形液晶屏显示所有的重要数据,包括速度,齿轮迹象,水的温度和天文,当中记录了单圈成绩跟踪方式。
电子设备一旦通知你,一切都很好,良好的Brutale土地,它的时间拇指启动按钮。

 

     该发动机发射了大量更新,方便可靠,而每一次在我们的手中。加油似乎很有好处的温顺的速度和侵略时,锤击与油门,虽然它的反应更加剧烈了一点在部分油门可能比你最初的期望。至关重要的是,2010年Brutale好像有极端反社会的倾向,而这更真实的转速上升。他们将和崛起,往往与权威。正如每推出以来售出的15400 Brutales一,中压专有的直列四缸发动机转速从怠速到红线几乎一样多的racebike活力和神韵。我们没有得到机会来样大1078cc模式,但我们可以说绝对的信念,在990R 998cc发动机提供了一个与Brutale的车身,缺乏自行车注册冲床大量仰卧起坐和,求
骑地位。

    一个由少数在任何一档4000转油门抬起前轮将离地面几英寸在一个非常可控的方式,而橡胶不接触地面,直到你回来关闭油门或转移到第二个安可性能。从位于上环附近的任何两位数的前两任的右手腕齿轮类似的应用会给你一个在云上面看得很清楚。
最好保持你的右脚在后制动来把这139马力和78磅英尺的扭矩,在检查徘徊。

    与四活塞的Brembo卡钳双前碟结合了单后轮盘式和四活塞卡钳,提供极强的减速力,优良的调制和零褪色尽管一再硬停止。虽然uplevel 1090RR与Brembo卡钳来夹紧整体式光盘的直径是10毫米大了,我们不能想象任何骑手寻找与较低规格990R我们测试的粘合剂故障。同样,Marzocchi 50毫米叉,这是完全压缩,回弹可调和预紧力,超出故障时,成立了骑手的体重正常。
在后方,一个萨克斯休克是可调预紧力,我们会说只有它充分了尾部道具,但似乎并不那么复杂或叉子柔相当。

    精益两侧角丰富,倍耐力轮胎暗黑破坏神二队充分粘。我们从来没有注意到任何接触,尽管很多关于我们的膝盖擦伤了凸轮坚硬部分。我们不知道如何谈谈Brutale的电子牵引力控制系统,除了要注意,我们从来不觉得需要调整自行车的竞赛模式电脑出或与八路牵引力控制系统混乱。在任何情况下,我们没有过任何意义上的牵引力损失的证据。虽然在这条赛道适当会议一定会好好跟整个故事,我们就会承担起我们的一贯良好的后轮抓地力是指担任牵引力控制系统设计,因为我们肯定知道的自行车有足够的权力,随意滑动的后方。我们也注意到,然而,一个拖鞋离合器,而这对较昂贵来1090RR标准不幸的不足。
当洗涤速度和降档的990R,有一个后院的鸣叫,甚至一个小一点的传言时,变得非常积极的轮胎数量显着。

   除了拖鞋离合器,这应该是一本之流自行车标准收费,也有几件事情我们会改变对新Brutale。首先,我们希望有一个990R之间的妥协和1090RR风格少。对我们的眼睛,颜色调色板对后者提供的是比以前的更好。我们还希望看到种皮罗萨(那会是红头发动机)在990R标准,因为它在它的价格较高的弟弟,因为它只是尖叫意大利异国情调。那么重要,但有点恼人的,是乘客座位上的红色不太匹配的车身红色。
但是我们鸡蛋里挑骨头,在这里。

  
除了这些小缺点诚然,我们爱自己一些Brutale。是的,的确是不太容易狂热和持续低于其祖先,但我们坚定地把这些属性列中的积极因素,而不是否定。新精机一样从事,因为它曾是是,该Brutale造型仍然站起来我们的挑剔的眼光,作出了自行车的人体工程学的更新使之在激烈的竞争面临更邀请了喜欢的选项杜卡迪Streetfighter与凯旋速度的三倍。
最后,我们认为15000美元的要价真的是太为你在说什么吸引力。

   因此,2010年压阿古斯塔Brutale某种程度上设法辜负性能遗产由原始模型集,同时还提供,使人们更容易生活有用的改进。由于他们可能会说,在意大利...妈妈咪亚,麻车贝拉machina!

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