Dynamic and personality. Thanks to the new intelligent electronic gearbox, you can burn the tarmac without overheating. MV Agusta and Rekluse developed the novel Smart Clutch System on the 2023 MV Agusta Dragster RR SCS Naked Motorcycle. The rider can stop and restart without using the clutch lever thanks to this efficient mechanism that independently controls clutch engagement.
Gear shifting remains in the rider’s hands (or feet), making the SCS, which most users appreciate, an integral part of the fun of riding. The device can significantly improve the riding experience in heavy traffic, making using the clutch lever optional. It’s an exciting ride, thanks to the sophisticated launch control system that uses the SCS created by Rekluse in conjunction with the IMU.
2023 MV Agusta Dragster RR SCS Naked Motorcycle – Features and Specs
Ride by Wire
The electronic throttle control has been completely revised to increase user-friendliness and gradualness while retaining the responsive action required for throttle control on a sports bike. Close the throttle to eliminate cruise control without braking, thanks to the innovative double return spring and, more importantly, the 6° negative rotation. In addition to improving comfort, negative rotation reduces the chance of unnecessary engagement on extremely rough roads. Operational algorithms have also been optimized for a better riding experience better than previous 2022 MV Agusta Dragster RR SCS.
Improved Ergonomics and Interface
A new rider’s seat has been added on the Brutale R and Brutale RR, while the Dragster R and Dragster RR have completely redesigned saddles. Comfort has been improved as a result of the use of 3D mesh material and new development and design tools. To make any trip enjoyable and comfortable, be it a weekend trip or a daily commute.
One of the main points of contact between the rider and the bike is the instrumentation, centered on a 5.5″ TFT panel. In addition to offering better turn-by-turn navigation and superior connectivity, the software has been updated and developed. 2023 to make it easier to use.
New Braking System
One of MV Agusta’s core values, the path of continuous development, also paid particular attention to the braking system. The Brutale RR and Dragster RR models have standard Brembo M4.32 monobloc front calipers. The increased stiffness of the calipers results in a significant weight reduction of 200 grams while also increasing strength and modular operation. Brembo PR 16/19 radial master cylinders with Brembo Stylema M4.30 front calipers are found on the F3 R, F3 RR, Superveloce, and Superveloce S. All things considered, the new devices shed a total of 300 grams while adding weight—brake power.
Tires and ABS
They are introducing the new Diablo Rosso Corsa IV and Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV OEM tires. The Continental MK100 ABS has been improved; the cornering feature has been fine-tuned to give an even more precise and safe response in any situation.
The MV Agusta R Family, the Gateway to The MV Agusta World
The Rosso has been replaced by the new R family, which was intended to be the entry-level model in the MV Agusta universe. One of the new features of the MV Agusta Brutale R, Dragster R, F3 R, and Turismo Veloce R models is the increased availability of color schemes, which focus on red and black in various combinations.
The Brutale R debuts with a host of improvements, including a redesigned saddle, updated software with 5.5″ TFT instrumentation, a new electronic ride-by-wire throttle control with negative rotation, a new rider saddle, a revised fork and mono-shock, and DLC-coated valve tappets that reduce friction and increase performance.
The Dragster R will get new Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tires for 2023, along with a more adjustable rear brake, redesigned fork and mono shock, optimized calibration for Continental MK100 ABS, a new saddle, 5.5″ color TFT. There will be updated software for the instrumentation, a new electronic ride-by-wire throttle control with negative rotation, and DLC-coated valve tappets.
With updated artwork and a bright Ago Red color scheme, the sporty F3 R is now part of the 2023 lineup. An all-new full-LED front light cluster with DRLs and two modern headlights for low and high beam make their debut.
The rearview mirrors are new, and the LED turn indicators have been revised and installed. These days, the rear turn signals are LED. While the OEM tires are Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa IV, the fork is coated in TIN. This model confirms all previous enhancements on other versions, notably the revised ride-by-wire system with negative rotation right to disable throttle modulation and non-stop cruise control. Brembo M4.30 is the new equipment for the Stylema’s front caliper brakes.
Metallic Madness Red Gloss and an attractive Metallic Carbon Black Gloss, the traditional red and black combo, and Matte Black (Metallic Carbon Black) are the two possible finishes for the Turismo Veloce R. has been enlarged, and the rider’s saddle has been lowered to make it extremely easy to reach the ground.
Design. Instant classic
Distinctive, has a distinct personality. The curved fuel tank, headlights, bobbed tail, and attractive spoked wheels expertly frame the three-cylinder engine at the center of the dragster. Full of energy and strength, ready to go into action.
Feel the Power Of Sound
The three-cylinder engine of the Dragster 800 RR SCS, which produces 140 horsepower and 87 Nm, is always ready to respond to the slightest throttle input thanks to its continuously variable electronic management. This complex engine can work to its maximum potential thanks to an advanced intelligent clutch system and compassionate response.
Thanks to the SCS 2.0 technology, the delivery of the three-cylinder engine and the clutch action can be perfectly matched. Thanks to the help of highly complex electronics, MV specialists have found a way to outperform traditional clutch types in acceleration.
Fluid, More Intuitive Ride
With the added option of choosing not to use the clutch, the SCS 2.0 system doesn’t change how the rider interacts with the motorcycle. The clutch controls, shift, and gears are still exactly where you’d expect them to be for maximum functionality without compromising on any aspect.
Power and Control
A braking system befitting the dragster’s performance and moniker. Solid and scalable, with four-piston radial calipers and two floating discs with a diameter of 320 mm, supported by an advanced Continental ABS with cornering function.
2023 MV Agusta Dragster RR SCS Naked Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Three cylinders, four-stroke, 12 valves
|“D.O.H.C” featuring mechanical chain tensioner and DLC tappet
|798 cm3 (48.7 cubic inches)
|Bore x stroke
|79 mm x 54.3 mm (3.1-inch x 2.1-inch)
|Max. power – r.p.m. (at the crankshaft)
|103 kW (140 hp) at 12.300 r.p.m.
|Max. torque – r.p.m.
|87 Nm (8.87 kgm) at 10.250 r.p.m.
|Cooling with separated liquid and oil radiators.
|Engine management system
|Integrated ignition–injection system MVICS 2.1 (Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System) with six injectors. Engine control unit Eldor Nemo 2.1, throttle body bore 50 mm diameters entire ride by wire Mikuni, pencil-coil with ion-sensing technology, control of detonation and misfire. Torque control with four maps—Traction Control with eight levels of intervention with a lean angle sensor.
|Electronic quick shift
|MV EAS 3.0 (Electronically Assisted Shift Up & Down)
|S.C.S. 2:0 (Smart Clutch System) Radius CX automatic clutch with hydraulic clutch actuation, wet multi-disc
|Cassette style; six speed, constant mesh
|First gear 13/37
Second gear 16/34
Third gear 18/32
Fourth gear 19/30
Fifth gear 21/30
Sixth gear 22/29
|Final drive ratio
|350 W at 5.000 r.p.m.
|12 V – 8.5 Ah
Dimensions and Weight
|1.400 mm (55.12 in.)
|2.035 mm (80.51 in.)
|935 mm (36.81 in.)
|845 mm (33.27 in.)
|Min. ground clearance
|135 mm (5.31 in.)
|103.5 mm (4.07 in.)
|175 kg (385.80 lbs.)
|Fuel tank capacity
|16,5 l (4.36 U.S. gal.)
|244.0 km/h (151.6 mph)
|0-100 km/h in 3.55 s 0-200 km/h in 10.10 s
|ALS Steel tubular trellis
|Rear swing arm pivot plate material
|Marzocchi “UPSIDE DOWN” aluminum, telescopic hydraulic fork with anodized fork legs and having rebound-compression damping and spring preload external and separate adjustment
|43 mm (1.69 in.)
|125 mm (4.92 in.)
|Progressive, Sachs single shock absorber including rebound and compression damping and spring preload adjustment
|Single-sided swing arm material
|130 mm (5.12 in.)
|Double floating disc featuring 320mm (12.6 in.) diameter, with steel braking disc and flange
|Front brake caliper
|Brembo radial-type, with 4 pistons 32mm (1.26 inches)
|Single steel disc featuring 220mm (8.66 inches) diameter Rear brake caliper Brembo with two pistons – 34mm (1.34 inches)
|Continental MK100 including RLM (Rear Wheel Lift-up Mitigation) and cornering function
|Integrated in the rear hydraulic brake system
|Aluminum alloy spoked wheel 3.50″ x 17″
|Rear: Material/size Forged
|Aluminum alloy wheel 6,00″ x 17″ with carbon fiber cover
|120/70 – ZR17M/C (58W)
|200/55 – ZR17M/C (78W)
|Combined fuel consumption
|5.9 l/100 km