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Magni “Filorosso” 800
In Italian, the name “Filorosso” refers to
the thin red line that links the experience of Giovanni Magni’s father
Arturo (the legendary MV Agusta team manager of the golden years) to the
sequence of Magni models powered by BMW, Moto Guzzi and Suzuki engines, not
to mention the latest specials that are re-dressed MV Agusta F4s.
The new F3 800 engine is perfect in this
role, and the Magni Filorosso beautifully duplicates the look of the MV
Agusta 350/500 GP Racers. It all sounds so simple, but nobody has done this
before. The Filorosso prototype shown at EICMA 2014 is assembled from older
components, such as the Ceriani forks, old Brembo disc brakes, and the
six-spoke 18inch cast aluminum wheels. Magni must have reached into his
father’s memorabilia trunk and scooped up all those special parts.