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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-27-2017, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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Adding MV Brutale redundancy?

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I have full intentions of keeping my white glove perfect Foggy Monster. It's fully sorted, it's an interesting bike, a low miles, low use garage queen. That said, I've always loved the MV Brutale. Sparing you all a long ramble, if keeping the Monster, would adding a Brutale be redundant? BTW, it's a 910R '07. I do have the perfect F4 on my radar as well, granted more money but it's the RR312 so price difference is certainly justified.

In summary, I don't seek a bike to eat miles, I just want a MV simply because I love the look, the intricacy, and the sound...like a Duc. I promised to refrain from a long ramble so I better quit here. Thanks for your thoughts.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-27-2017, 10:37 AM
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Yes, it's redundant. So what? Buy it anyway if that will make you happy.

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what phil said. if you got the dough and want the bike, get the bike and have your garage queens. or better yet, put one in your living room. a clean bike makes for sweet decor.
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Is it repeatedly redundant many times over again ? Who cares ? It'll be like having sex with a different woman. All the controls are in the same location but it feels different.
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Haha! Great tips. Thanks fellas, I will report back with updates.
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Is it repeatedly redundant many times over again ? Who cares ? It'll be like having sex with a different woman. All the controls are in the same location but it feels different.
A fantastic argument.
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