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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-18-2003, 12:30 PM
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I got it

1970's MV Agusta 350 Sport

Sorry for taking so long to finally search for this thing. The thing that threw me off was that all the race bikes have full fairings so it was hard to tell. That and my Italian isn't the best either, I actually found info about it on a Cagiva Italian site.
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-18-2003, 12:31 PM
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Thanx for the additional pictures Dunlop,i was wondering what one looked like.
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Sweet red bike

I can't find the info again now, but check out the technology on this thing. Disc brakes all the way around I don't understand the weird caliper location though.
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Re: Sweet red bike

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I can't find the info again now, but check out the technology on this thing. Disc brakes all the way around I don't understand the weird caliper location though.
Congratulations Dunlop and thanks for the pics
The caliper location was normal for the time. It was a subject for experiments for some time.
Until the 70s they were in front, and moved behind the forklegs later. The location affects the steering behaviour.
There was a version of the Ducati MHR that had calipers both in front and behind the forklegs!!

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MV Agusta 500 twin?
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see the above posts.
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