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WTS 2005 MV Agusta Brutale 910s

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I have a gently used MV Brutale for sale with less than 5,000 miles. The bike it totally stock with a fresh oil change and battery. I've owned the bike less than a year and have put less than 500 miles on it. When I purchased the bike from the original owner it was my fifth bike. I'm down to two remaining and this is one of them. There are no major flaws except the tank pad is peeling back just a bit at the top. The bikes runs like a top and sounds like half a Ferrari V8 when your on the gas. I have lost my lust for riding as of now and that is the only reason I'm selling it. Please call/text me for the quickest response. I will respond to PM's usually within 24hrs. My name is Evan and I'm located on the edge or Sugar Land and Richmond. My cell # is 832-six9two-4two1seven.
 

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Please let me offer that Houston has a superb MV Agusta dealer:

https://italiansuperbikes.com

Brian and crew can service this bike with expert attention, get parts and support any buyer.
I am a huge fan of Italian Superbikes after buying my 2017 Moto Guzzi V7 III Special there last year.

MVA makes incredible machines. They are a true boutique, special brand with heritage, but above that engineering idealism and execution. As the seller notes, they sound incredible. MVA actually worked with Ferrari to tune the exhaust and intake sounds--I almost bought a MVA 675 while shopping for a triple. Bought the Triumph 675 instead because the then (now gone) MVA dealer was in the process of going out of business. Not a worry I think with Italian Superbikes (just north of Mancuso SW on SW freeway feeder).

Someone has to buy this gem.
 
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If you own one of those and lost your lust for riding, I don't know, wow.
man you have a Brutale 910 and lost lust for riding you have a serious condition and I pray you get the help you need to find a cure. :-(

if I had the slightest chance of coming up with the money I would be on the road right now. unfortunately I am poor.
 
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I think toss that Brutale on a trailer and head to Arkansas would make for a great cure for what ails you. Arkansas was the first time I saw/heard a Brutale in person and man that bike was sweet and the owner was having a ball on it.

That said, that is a lot of bike for the money. If I hadn't just bought a new bike I'd be considering this for sure.
 
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Thank you guys for all the kind words. My lust for riding is waning due to wanting to start a track car build, needing the garage space and funds for race car stuff. I still love corner carving with the rest of them, but sadly the corners to carve in my area are pretty weak. Self preservation has kicked in as my years tick by as well.

Some history behind the engine design...this is the only road going engine that uses radial valves. The engine was derived from Ferrari's V8 used in the 91-92 Fomula 1 team. So it literally sounds like half an exotic V8. I wouldn't dare change the exhaust on this machine because it sounds like no other beast I've ever ridden.
 

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My lust for riding is waning due to wanting to start a track car build
Oh man ... been there, done that.

You can buy a new MV each year for what you will spend on a track car.

I raced CMC for 6 years and hit DE events 3 years prior to that.

Trying to maintain a (1) street legal (2) track worthy car was twice as expensive as a dedicated race car.

Did OK and had a ton of fun, but ... I didn't know the meaning of money pit.
And each year, rules creep forced a cash outlay just be somewhat competitive.

I'm back to 2 wheels and much happier. :chug:
 
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I know its no cheap endeavor, I'm actually just wanting to do HPDE/track day/autocross events casually. As of now I just want to get back out there and not be competitive with anyone but myself. Money pit in my eyes is paying full coverage insurance on five bikes and riding less than 1000 miles annually between all five. I've so far sold an Aprilia falco, KTM 690sm, and an 08 MVA F4 312. I have the Brutale and a Honda Blackbird left to go. Self preservation is also playing a factor in my recent departure from two wheeled fun. I know I'll own another bike in my lifetime. Maybe even in a year or so. But for now I'm going to focus my efforts and funds towards my track car.
 
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Everyone needs to own at least one Italian Stallion in their moto lifetime. I suppose most Americans have a bias towards German technology/engineers, but in all honesty, the Italians are known in Europe as having some of the best engineers in many fields, or so says my French cousin. He interviewed for a job with TGV a few times before they finally hired him. Each time HR told him that they were holding out for Italian engineers. (IDK maybe the French like to drink too much at lunch). Good luck with the sale, a stunning moto the MV Brutale.
 
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I agree about the dealer in Houston being helpful, knowledgeable, and reasonably priced when I have needed them.

I forgot to add that the bike will come with a rear stand, a disc lock, and battery tender pigtail installed.
 

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RECIT,

Thanks for mileage verification. Wow, the tires look brand new! No owner's manual, but I bet controls are pretty straight forward being a 2005 without a lot of electronic gizmos. Not a bike for the careless...wheelie monster I bet.

I am researching the bike, and giving it a good ponder. If I get a warm fuzzy, I will PM you. Meanwhile, here is a nice video of your bike in action. **** of an engine. 400 pounds, 32 inch seat height. [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U09lDCRR3yM"]MV Agusta Brutale 910S - YouTube[/ame]
 
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Took me 30 seconds to find and download the owners manual for a 2005 MV Agusta Brutale 910s.

If you are in the market for this type of bike, it's an amazing bike and you should jump on it. I haven't ridden one but I've heard one and was standing there when a friend got back from a test ride. Got off the bike with a huge grin and said he needed a cigarette after riding it. Amazing amount of bike for little money, wish I could swing it and had the room.
 

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RECIT,

Key question please: since you are second owner, and only put 500 miles on the MV-- do you have any maintenance records? Have you had key maintenance done?

I am running out of questions, but if the bike has not had a tune up and refresh, getting that work done is critical for this type of engine. And, it can be a rather expensive.

grazie,
Lucydad
 
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RECIT,

Key question please: since you are second owner, and only put 500 miles on the MV-- do you have any maintenance records? Have you had key maintenance done?

I am running out of questions, but if the bike has not had a tune up and refresh, getting that work done is critical for this type of engine. And, it can be a rather expensive.

grazie,
Lucydad
I have pulled one spark plug and it looked good. The brake and clutch fluid have been serviced in the last year. The oil and filter have been changed recently less than 300 miles. The coolant was checked and topped off recently. Other than that I really don't know what maintenance would be due on a sub 6,000 mile bike. I do not have maintenance records or receipts from the previous owner unfortunately.
 
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Synchronicity did not happen for me on this MV...blew my budget on a family trip to Italia..
Timing is everything in life. Thanks for the interest.

Please folks don't be scared of this exotic Italian machine. It's pretty straight forward to work on and maintain.

Make me an offer, I need to buy car parts.
 

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Phenomenal machine at a bargain price...MV is known for superb, hand built quality..wish it was within my budget for this year...
 

Lucydad

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RECIT,

One option, perhaps: ride your MV into Italian Superbikes at SW 59 and Hillcroft area.
Be sure to see and show the bike to Brian Kinnear, the manager, and make sure he knows you are coming in. He might either outright buy your MV, or do a consignment. His shop gets a lot of buyers looking at high end, exotic and fast Italian bikes. And, he is a MV dealer with a full spectrum on the showroom floor.

https://italiansuperbikes.com

Good luck!
 

Lucydad

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RECIT,
Did you ever take the bike into Italian Superbikes? Did they have any interest? My biggest concern is parts availability, etc. Have you tried to sell it on MV Agusta.net forum?

molto bene...
 
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The bike is still available, I’m not really interested in a $1-2k from a dealer honestly. All parts I’ve needed were easily attainable for this bike and an F4 312 I had as well. Startwintrading is a great source for oe part numbers and google/eBay from there has worked well for me. Their site sells parts as well but they ship from Europe.

Make me an offer, motivated seller here
 
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Me too, I’m a member there but didn’t want to post pad to get access to f/s section. Also wanting to keep sale local.
 
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My MV is still for sale. I'm accepting offers from people that might genuinely be interested in my machine. I've ridden it a few miles last week and everything is in good working order. It is also posted on the MV forum for sale.
 
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