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MV Agusta 750S

MV Agusta 750S review

The MV Agusta 750S model was introduced in 1975. It featured blockier styling and a larger engine. The 743cc double overhead cam four cylinder engine in the 1975 MV Agusta 750 S motorcycle had its roots in a 743cc racing powerplant. When shipped from the factory, the stock exhaust system was an odd combination of chrome downtubes with megaphones finished in black paint. The exhaust MVAgusta 750S motorcycle is a Magni design. Arturo Magni was the man responsible for nearly all of MV racing success.

MV Agusta 750S

When his designs were put into the hands of champion riders like Mike Hailwood, the competition had little hope of winning. The sleek half - fairing on this MV Agusta 750 S motorcycle is another popular Magni accessory and was also available in a full Gran Prix configuration. Weighing 507 pounds without fluids, the 750S is no lightweight, but its handling at speed belies the mass. The suedecovered racing saddle does its best to keep the pilot in place during the kind of spirited cornering maneuvers the 750S is so adept at performing. More specs and user manual of Agusta 750 S you can see in next overview.

MV Agusta 750S specifications

General information
Model: MV Agusta 750 S
Year: 1973
Category: Sport

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 743cc (45.34 cubic inches)
Engine type: In-line four
Stroke: 4
Power: 72HP (52.6 kW)@ 9200 RPM
Compression: 9.5:1
Bore x stroke: 65 x 56 mm
Valves per cylinder: 2
Fuel control: DOHC
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 5-speed

Transmission type
final drive: Shaft drive (cardan)
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc: 240kg (529.1 pounds)
Front tyre dimensions: 3.50-18
Rear tyre dimensions: 4.00-18
Front brakes: Expanding brake
Rear brakes: Expanding brake

Speed and acceleration
Top speed: 220 km/h (136.7 mph)
Fuel capacity: 24 litres (6.34 gallons)

MV Agusta 750S

MV Agusta 750S

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