MV Agusta 750

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The MV Agusta 750 S was a in-line four, four-stroke unspecified category motorcycle produced between 1971 and 1975. It could reach a top speed of 137 mph (220 km/h). Claimed horsepower was 70.54 HP (52.6 KW) @ 9200 RPM.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a air cooled in-line four, four-stroke. A 65.0mm bore x 56.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 743.0 cubic centimeters. The engine featured a 9.5:1 compression ratio. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via shaft drive (cardan).

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 3.50-18 front tire and a 4.00-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via dual disc in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The 750 S was fitted with a 6.34 Gallon (24.00 Liters) fuel tank.

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MV Agusta 750
Manufacturer
Also called 750 SS Daytona, 750 GT, 750 S
Production 1971 - 1975
Class Classic
Engine
air cooled, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 2 valve per cylinder
Bore / Stroke 66.0mm x 66.0mm
Compression ratio 9.5:1
Top Speed 137 mph (220 km/h)
Horsepower 74.96 HP (55.9 KW) @ 8500RPM
Fuel System 4x 26mm Dell'Orto carburetors
Transmission Gear box: 5-speed, manual
Final Drive: shaft
Suspension Front: 35mm Ceriani telescopic forks
Rear: dual Marzocchi shocks preload adjustable
Brakes Front: 2x 275mm discs
Rear: 200mm drum
Front Tire 3.50-18
Rear Tire 4.00-18
Weight 235.0 kg (wet)
Fuel Capacity 6.34 Gallon (24.00 Liters)
Manuals Service Manual


The MV Agusta 750 S was a air cooled, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 2 valve per cylinder Classic motorcycle produced by MV Agusta between 1971 and 1975. It could reach a top speed of 137 mph (220 km/h). Claimed horsepower was 74.96 HP (55.9 KW) @ 8500 RPM.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a air cooled air cooled, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 2 valve per cylinder. A 66.0mm bore x 66.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 789.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 5-speed, manual transmission.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 3.50-18 front tire and a 4.00-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 2x 275mm discs in the front and a 200mm drum in the rear. The front suspension was a 35mm Ceriani telescopic forks while the rear was equipped with a dual Marzocchi shocks preload adjustable. The 750 S was fitted with a 6.34 Gallon (24.00 Liters) fuel tank.

1971 - 1974 MV Agusta 750 GT[edit]

1971 - 1974 MV Agusta 750 GT 1971 - 1974 MV Agusta 750 GT 1971 - 1974 MV Agusta 750 GT

The 1971 MV Agusta 750 GT sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 789cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant paired to a five-speed manual transmission, and can produce 76 horsepower at 7900 rpm. It addresses riders who want to go the extra mile, thanks to its standard dual seat, raised handlebars, a large, 24 liter fuel tank, and a comfortable suspension package, composed of a dual shock rear one and a telescopic fork in the front.


1972 MV Agusta 750 S[edit]

1972 MV Agusta 750 S 1972 MV Agusta 750 S 1972 MV Agusta 750 S 1972 MV Agusta 750 S

The MV Agusta 750 S is a sporty machine designed by the House of Schiranna to fit the taste of the more adventurous among riders. It sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 789cc, transverse four cylinder powerhouse mated to a five-speed manual transmission, and can produce 66 horsepower at 8000 rpm. It comes with a chromed, dual exhaust system, a red leather seat and a performance-oriented suspension package and braking system.


1975 MV Agusta 750 S[edit]

1975 MV Agusta 750 S 1975 MV Agusta 750 S

The 1975 MY MV Agusta 750 S sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 788cc, transverse four cylinder powerplant paired to a five-speed manual transmission, and can produce 75 horsepower at 8500 rpm. It is inspired from its powerful SS-suffixed predecessor, and comes with a full fairing, a windshield, a red leather single seat, a chromed dual exhaust system, and race-inspired suspension and braking systems.


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