Tamburini Corse Brutale T1, MV Agusta-Based
The company belongs to Andrea Tamburini, son of Maximus, the designer of the fantastic MV Agusta F4, Brutale and formerly of the Ducati 916. In fact, Andrea Tamburini formed part of the design team for MV Agusta Corse.
The Tamburini T1, however, is not the new 2010 model, recently presented by MV Agusta, but the old series. The kit consists of a the tail shell seat, side covers the area median, tank side panels, airbox, tip, complete discharge composed by collectors and by the terminal. Unfortunately, Tamburini did not reveal any pricing information yet, but we somehow get the impression is going to be a six figure price tag.
"The brutality T1 is a modular design so to speak,” Andrea Tamburini said in a release, “the kit will not be sold only in bulk but the various components can be installed on the Brutale independently because perfectly integrated with the original design of the bike."
"The line cuts cleanly with the past,” continues Andrea. “The brutality and converted into T1, acquires a much more dynamic, focused on the front, sleek and aggressive, thanks to the discharge, lower and more compact. In terms of visual perception becomes much more dynamic and modern, making a clean break with the past while not deny, as the technical basis of the models are set up to model year 2009 Brutale.”
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