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Magni 750S "Tributo" powered by MV800 triple 

Arturo Magni was only 22 when, in 1947, joined the Gilera racing team in the world 500cc racing championship. He started assisting Eng. Pietro Remor in the design of the new four-cylinder engine that took the Gilera to the victory of six world titles. In 1949 Count Domenico Agusta hired Eng. Remor as responsible for designing of the first 4-cylinder MV racing... And Magni was in the game, becoming chief mechanic and later director of the racing department. He dealt with pilots like Agostini, Surtees, Hailwood, Read. Under his leadership, MV won 75 world titles (37 as a builder and 38 best pilots). When MV left the competitions in 1976, Arturo Magni founded his company, initially devoting himself to the transformations of the MV four cylinders. In 1980 the production of Magni motorcycles began, initially with Honda 900 four engines, then BMW boxer, Moto Guzzi V-twin, and finally, in the late 90's, the latest models with four cylinders Suzuki 1200 Inazuma. In this millenium, his son Giovanni took his heritage and he is now introducing this amazing replica of the iconic MV750 (69bhp @7900rpm) of which only 1152 models were produced between 1970 and 1974.

Main specs: Open double-cradle frame (30 mm ChroMoly steel tubing, TIG-welded. Oram Certain replica suspensions. 43mm forks. Aluminum billet CNC triple plates. 25 degrees rake. Adjustable shocks. Traditional 25CrMo4 steel swingarm. Brembo brakes: 320 mm four-piston calipers at the front; 230 mm two-piston calipers rear. Discacciati clutch and brake master cylinders. MV Agusta 800 triple engine (798 cc - 110 CV @11.500 rpm, max torque 83 Nm /8,46 kgm @ 7.600 rpm). JoNich 18-inch spoke rims wearing Metzeler’s Racetec RR K1. 















From left: 2013 Magni Storia MV Agusta 1090; 2017 Magni "750S Tributo" MV Agusta; 1971 MV Agusta 750S; 2000 Magni Sport 1200S Suzuki. 

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