Aggressive. Imposing. An uncompromising street fighter with an exceptional 3-cylinder engine and high-quality components. The year 2021 will be significant for the Dragster family. The most aggressive MV Agusta naked bikes have been upgraded with a technical advance to make adventure riding even more intuitive and comfortable without compromising the feeling that has always distinguished all of Schiranna’s motorbikes. To do this, MV Agusta concentrated on every part of the Dragster, including the chassis, engine, transmission, and electronics. The overall review of the 2021 Dragster RR MV Agusta Bike with its specification is written below.
2021 Dragster RR MV Agusta Bike – Features
Frame: Excellence Gets Even Better
The MV Agusta chassis architecture is globally recognized for its quality. Excellence is the result of ongoing development, and all of the Dragster MY21 models have received chassis architectural modifications, including a revised frame plate that boosts torsional and longitudinal stiffness.
A new rear suspension system backs the redesigned frame with a progressive linkage and a mono-shock with spring and valving adjustments. The fork set has also been updated. What is the goal? In all circumstances, to give a performance, comfort, and an unrivaled riding experience.
Even More Advanced Engine
The three-cylinder engine underwent continuous improvement. The counter-rotating crankshaft, which is unique in the sector, establishes its personality. The MV Agusta triple bike remains one of the best motorcycles in its class, with a maximum output of 140 HP. The thorough fine-tuning work for the Euro 5 compliant 2021 version prompted MV Agusta experts to significantly minimize internal friction using DLC treatment on the redesigned tappets and new valve guide materials. We completely rebuilt the exhaust system, from the manifold to the silencer, to increase power output and, as a result, produce even more generous torque and power curves at every engine speed. The injectors are likewise modern, with a maximum injection pressure of 4.0 bar. The ECU firmware, as well as the engine control algorithms, were also updated, allowing for even more accurate and refined throttle management.
More Precise and Quicker Gear Shift
The clutch was also significantly improved, with a more robust clutch basket that makes the bike more maneuverable and silent. Quick-Shift EAS 3.0 with an up and down function has reached its third iteration, with smoother and more accurate shifting thanks to a new sensor and algorithms.
Electronics: Complete Than Ever
Everything from the dashboard to the cornering ABS, as well as the controls and ECU firmware, has been upgraded. The electronics in an all-new Dragsters represent a substantial-quality improvement due in part to the inclusion of the IMU inertial platform — an utterly Italian-made project explicitly created for MV Agusta by Milan-based e-Novia. This technology detects the pitch and roll of the bike, allowing for exact control of all controls depending on the lean angle.
Continental’s ABS now includes a cornering function, and the TC slip control operates as a function of lean angle. Furthermore, owing to the IMU, the groundbreaking FLC front lift control may now perform a controlled wheelie rather than completely blocking it, increasing acceleration. The future of technology is there in front of your eyes.
The new 5.5 inches TFT dashboard, which communicates with the MVRide App, is standard on all Dragsters. This software may customize every element of your bike straight from your smartphone. You may also share your travels on your preferred social networking channel. In addition to route recording and sharing, the mirroring feature offers navigation with corner-by-corner instructions.
Previously, these impressive features were only available on the Brutale 1000 RR. The handlebar controls have been updated with a new left-hand block with a joystick for navigating the different dashboard menus and FLC + speed restriction capabilities on the right-hand rule.
The saddle has also been modified to emphasize comfort in mind, and it now has a new foam foundation.
The headlamp is all LED and, owing to the IMU, includes a “cornering” feature that illuminates the inside of the turn as the bike tilts, boosting active safety. The instrument panel is protected by a small dash cover, deflecting wind away from the rider’s chest. Its profile has been altered to improve its efficacy.
2021 Dragster RR MV Agusta Bike – Technical Specifications
|Type||Three cylinders, four-stroke, 12-valve|
|Timing system||“D.O.H.C” has a mechanical chain tensioner & DLC tappet|
|Total displacement||798cm3 (48.68 cubic inches)|
|Bore x stroke||79mm x 54.3mm (3.1 inches x 2.1 inches)|
|Max. power – RPM (at the crankshaft)||103 kW (140 hp) at 12.300 RPM|
|Max. torque – RPM||87 Nm (8.87 kgm) at 10.250 RPM|
|Cooling system||Cooling with separated liquid & oil radiators|
|Electronic quick-shift||MV EAS 3.0 (Electronically Assisted Shift up & down)|
|Clutch||Multi-disc wet clutch with hydraulic actuation and back-torque-limiting device.|
|Transmission||Cassette style; 6-speed, constant mesh|
|Final drive ratio||16/41|
|Maximum speed||244km/h (151.6mph)|
|Alternator||350W at 5000RPM|
|Battery||12V – 8.6Ah|
|Frame type||All-new ALS Steel tubular trellis|
|Rear swing arm pivot plates material||Aluminum alloy|
|Front suspension type||Marzocchi “UPSIDE DOWN” telescopic hydraulic fork in DLC treated aluminum, with anodized fork legs & having rebound-compression damping & spring preload external & separate adjustment|
|Fork diameter||43 mm (1.69 inches)|
|Fork travel||125 mm (4.92 inches)|
|Rear suspension type||Progressive Sachs, single shock absorber with rebound and compression damping and spring preload adjustment|
|Single-sided swingarm material||Aluminum alloy|
|Wheel travel||130 mm (5.12 in.)|
|Front brake||Double floating disc having 320mm (12.6 inches) diameter, with steel braking disc and flange|
|Front brake caliper||Brembo radial-type, having 4 pistons 32mm (1.26 inches)|
|Rear brake||Single steel disc with 220mm (8.66 inches) diameter|
|Rear brake caliper||Brembo with 2 pistons — 34mm (1.34 inches)|
|ABS System||Continental MK100 with RLM (Rear Wheel Lift-up Mitigation) and with cornering function|
Wheels and Tires
|Front-wheel: Material/size||With aluminum alloy spokes 3.50” x 17”|
|Rear-wheel: Material/size||With aluminum alloy spokes 6.00” x 17”|
|Front tire||120/70 – ZR17M/C (58W)|
|Rear tire||200/55 – ZR17M/C (78W)|
|Steering damper||Steering damper manually adjustable with eight settings|
|Wheelbase||1400mm (55.12 inches)|
|Overall length||2035mm (80.12 inches)|
|Overall width||935mm (36.81 inches)|
|Saddle height||845mm (33.27 inches)|
|Min. ground clearance||135mm (5.31 inches)|
|Trail||103.5mm (4.07 inches)|
|Dry weight||175kg (385.8 lbs.)|
|Fuel tank capacity||16.5 liters|
|Environmental Standard||Euro 5|
|Combined fuel consumption||5.9 l/100 km|
|CO2 Emissions||138 g/km|