MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster Official Specs – Video

Troy Siahaan
by Troy Siahaan

The wait is over: MV Agusta has finally released official specs for the much-rumored and hyped Brutale 800 Dragster. For starters, the name is in fact Brutale 800 Dragster (previous mentions have omitted “Brutale”), as the bike serves as an extension of the Brutale line, of which it shares many of its components. Also, any and all rumors about superchargers or turbos can be squashed right now as well — the Brutale 800 Dragster shares the same naturally-aspirated 798cc Triple as the standard Brutale 800.

The Dragster’s electronics suite is also similar to the rest of the Triple line, with an Eldor ECU the centerpiece for the MVICS ride-by-wire fuel injection system. This means the Brutale 800 Dragster also features four ride modes (Sport, Normal, Rain, and Custom), and eight-level traction control (nine including off).

On the chassis side, the Dragster shares the same 54.3-inch wheelbase as the standard Brutale 800. The major difference between the two being the huge 200/50-17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso rear tire on the Dragster. A 43mm Marzocchi fork sits up front, with a Sachs shock in the back, both adjustable for rebound, compression, and preload. Brembo provides the stopping power with 320mm front discs clamped with four-pot calipers and programmable ABS.

Other distinguishing touches on the Brutale 800 Dragster include the stubby rear seat section, contrasting seat stitching, “floating” rear fender, and adjustable bars that allow the rider to customize their angle.

Available in white or matte metallic grey, U.S. pricing has yet to be announced. Keep it here as we’ll have more information, including price and ride impressions as soon as we’re able to get our hands on one.

Troy Siahaan
Troy Siahaan

Troy's been riding motorcycles and writing about them since 2006, getting his start at Rider Magazine. From there, he moved to Sport Rider Magazine before finally landing at in 2011. A lifelong gearhead who didn't fully immerse himself in motorcycles until his teenage years, Troy's interests have always been in technology, performance, and going fast. Naturally, racing was the perfect avenue to combine all three. Troy has been racing nearly as long as he's been riding and has competed at the AMA national level. He's also won multiple club races throughout the country, culminating in a Utah Sport Bike Association championship in 2011. He has been invited as a guest instructor for the Yamaha Champions Riding School, and when he's not out riding, he's either wrenching on bikes or watching MotoGP.

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