2015 MV Agusta Brutale Dragster RR
Exclusive Italian firm MV Agusta presented in the EICMA motorcycle show presented even more aggressive in their sports naked under the name Dragster RR. It has a mechanical 800 cc 3 cylinder and 140 hp, 4 driving modes and traction control.
Presented this year, the Dragster 800 is a radicalized version of Street Fighter trends that complements the standard Brutale 800 and Rivale. So with 125 hp and 167 kg in dry, 4 driving modes and traction control, Marzocchi/Sachs suspension and single-sided swingarm, the Dragster is shown as a bike conceived exclusively to enjoy sporty driving along the winding roads.
The new RR version increases power to 140 hp, with dual injector per cylinder, bodies injection of 50 mm and new intake-exhaust system. Use electronic Eldor EM2 and noted for its Marzocchi fork with aluminum bars, anti-friction DLC treatment and anodized in red bars. It also has steering damper.
For three years, the Varese brand is betting on the mechanical medium weight 3 cylinder, a minor but very effective mechanical configuration that only defend other brands like Triumph and Yamaha.
In addition to the 800 cc engine, MV Agusta also has another smaller 675 cc supersport and naked in versions with this philosophy (F3 and Brutale). The Frenchman Jules Cluzel has been runner-up in the world of SSP, which gives an idea of the competitiveness of the F3.