Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2005 MV Agusta Brutale 750. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
Holding the title of the first Brutale generation that MV Agusta made, the Brutale 750 S was the newest model for the Italian company, debuting originally in 2002. The 750 took the best parts of the tried-and-true F4 and adopted them in the shape of a naked superbike, such as the radial 16-valve engine and the chassis that cradled the EVO3 motor.
The engine came with the pre-existing changes found in the original F4, such as Mahle cylinders paired with forged pistons, which was good for 127 bhp and 59 lb-ft, all mated to a 6-speed DOHC transmission, offering the high-revving performance expected from the Italian brand’s superbikes. 49mm Showa forks were combined with a Sachs monoshock to provide a sporty and handling-biased ride for any potential owner. As Visor Down wrote in their review of the Brutale 750 S, the motorcycle is “A barking mad bike, but stylish and interesting from every angle with plenty of power.”
This example is VIN: ZCGAJFLJ94V100250.
The odometer shows 9,956 miles.
In preparation for this listing, the seller had our service department replace the battery, change the oil and filter, perform a hydraulic system flush, and flush the coolant system. Angel was the technician that worked on this motorcycle, and he reported the following in his condition report:
Tire Year Front/ Rear: 2013/2013
Tire % Front/ Rear: 80/ 80
Brake % Front/ Rear :70/60
It is riding on Michelin CT2+ tires that have aged out.
Cosmetic Blemishes: please see the album up top for all known cosmetic blemishes. Here is a selection:
Currently located at our facility in Santa Monica, California (please make an appointment for an inspection), this MV Agusta is offered on a clean California title with registration that has expired.
Per the California DMV website, it would cost $419 to make registration current through February 2024.
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