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The Magni machines are great but I would prefer a street tuned MGS/01.
I dunno why but these are my absolute favorite Guzzi. If I had my choice between an Australia and a MGS-01, I'd take the Magni.
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I think history was different Orange Guzzi.To know what the engine tune is you would need to open it up a bit. There were 3 kits for the daytonaKit ATermignoni complete exhaust systemEpromfoam air intakes and aluminum intake extenders. Bit B is kit A +Carrillo rodsforged pistonsKit C is kit B + C kit Cams fuel pressure regulator (4 bar)C kit eprom. TO see if it has carrillos get the oilpan off. MAybe the pistons you can see too. I''m not shure if that is clear from bottom.The cams might be visible when you take headcovers off. The c kit cam has A: C into it.
A quick couple of questions with regard to the deep sump: How much extra oil capacity should I expect with this fitted? I've put in four litres of oil with a filter change - does this sound about right?
If the intention of fitting a sump extension to your engine is the same as my LM2, then the engine oil capacity should stay the same as original.The main reasons, as far as I'm aware, for fitting one are to increase the internal air volume in the engine and hence decrease oil exiting via the breather, and to allow the crank to rotate clear of the oil sitting in the sump.
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