MV Agusta Bikes: The Brutale 910S and the F4 BikesMV Agusta | April 13, 2011
MV Agusta bikes have always been the favorites of majority of the expert bike riders. However, people who are new to bike riding also find the features of these bikes interesting and need hardly a few weeks to get used to the operational features of the MV Agusta bikes. Here we’ll be discussing the features of two models of this motorcycle brand the MV Agusta Brutale 910S and the MV Agusta F4.
The Brutale 910S is one of the most popular bike models launched by the company. Till date more than 5000 riders have purchased new models if this MV Agusta bike series. Like any other high performance bike model, the highlight of this MV Agusta bike is also its engine. These bikes are equipped with advanced engine specifications. They run on liquid cooled inline4-cylinder powerplant engines that have the fuel capacity of 909.1 cc. The engine comes with 76.0mmx50.1mm bore/stroke coupled with a compression ratio of 13:1. The engine can offer a torque of 70.8 ft lb at 7900 rotations per minute. The maximum energy produced by this engine is 136 horsepower at 11,000 rotations per minute. The chassis of the MV Agusta Brutale 910S is also extremely sturdy, which makes the bike highly durable.
Now let us come to the MV Agusta bikes of the F4 series. These bikes are synonymous to the rebirth of this motorcycle manufacturing company. The MV Agusta F4 was designed by Massimo Tamburini, one of the most celebrated motorcycle designers of the world. These bikes are also rated among the few production superbike models boasting four valves in every cylinder engine. These bikes run on liquid cooled 4-stroke inline 4-cylinder engines that come with 2 overhead camshafts. The buyer can choose from F4 bikes of different fuel capacities; the available options are 1078cc, 9998 cc and 749.5 cc. The engine model of this motorcycle is derived from the engine of the Ferrari Formula-1 car of 1990.