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"Just noticed a new Brutale header kit at http://piratesk12site.net/MVPP.htm I thought they just did F4 stuff. Looks like they are branching out. Has anyone tried one of these? Whats it sound like? Any info would be greatly appreciated."
-- Jay Reed (Falcn44@hotmail.com), March 24, 2004
the mid-pipe "looks like" the same piece used for the F4S. It may be worth a bit of research for the Brutale guys. Just a thought... :)
-- (email@example.com), March 24, 2004.
I havne't had a look at Pirates site, but it may be similar to the ones Diego has made (they may even be the ones he has made) at www.brutales.de.
These aren't the F4 parts, they are different from what I've seen, as they connect in different places. By all accounts they sound great, and work well if you want a bit more noise.
There is also a MV Special Parts set coming out that is the full header set, and come with a chip as well. but they are a bit more pricey as you'd expect.
-- Phil (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 25, 2004.
The MVSP headers are in stock in the USA right now. They were designed to Tamburini's specs and come with an EPROM. The silencers are said to be ready in the near future as well.
-- brutale (email@example.com), March 26, 2004.
Hi Brutale Fans, yes - the exhaust part is produced to fit the brutale only.It increase hp and sound ;-) mv rgds diego
-- diego (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 24, 2004.
I install one on my Brutale, Its a good choice, the noise is a little bit better, and also i feel a little bit more power. The advantage of this product is that you can drive relax if there is the police because the sound is still "correct". But for a real great sound you need an open exhaust, i am looking to find one for the Brutale but i don't know where to find ?
-- Didjoe (email@example.com), May 23, 2004.