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1974 MV Agusta 750 Sport Disc Brake
Koni shocks are not original
MV Agusta 750 Sport Disc Brake MV Agusta 750 Sport Disc Brake
Make:MV Agusta
Model:750 Sport Disc Brake
Start Year:1974
End Year:1975
Capacity:743 cc
Bore Stroke:65.0 x 56.0
Engine Configuration:Inline
Number of Cylinders:4
Engine Type:Four Stroke
Valves Per Cylinder:2
Valve Operation:Double Overhead Camshaft
Power:75 Kw (100.6 Bhp or 102 Ps) @ 8500 rpm
Compression Ratio:10:1
Carburettors:4 x Dellorto VHB27mm
Cooling:Air Cooled
Transmission:Shaft Drive
Weight:235 Kg (518 lb)
Front Wheel:3.50-18
Rear Wheel:4.00-18
Front Brake:Twin Disc
Rear Brake:Drum
Top Speed:210 Km/h (130 Miles per Hour)
Fuel Consumption:7.00 Litres per 100Km (40 UK Mpg or 34 US Mpg)
Fuel Capacity:24 Litres (5.28 UK Gallons or 6.34 US Gallons)
Number Made:200?
Engine Number Range:214-03nn to 214-05nn
Frame Number Range:MV4C75214-03nn to MV4C75214-05nn
Notes:The 750 Disc Brake Sport finally offered performance befitting the world champion manufacturer and to equal the Ducati 750ss. New cylinder heads and cams, larger valves and 27mm VHB carbs together with a higher compression increased power to 75hp. This was matched by the 790cc but slightly de-tuned America however the Disco had more of the look, sound, and responsiveness of the racers on which the MVs were based. Twin Scarab discs work well but can leak. Unfiltered carbs are affected by wind around the riders legs at between 80 and 110kph making slower riding fussy. Fitting small K&N type air filters and dropping the needles a notch solves the problem.


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