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General Discussion / Re: SW Pa guzzi owners?
« Last post by Ronkom on May 29, 2023, 02:09:30 PM »
Send an email to Tip Paul "<thp@peipittsburgh.com>" I don't know his status these days, but he used to be the MGNOC Rep for Western Pa. I've seen postings about a regular Guzzi dinner somewhere in Pittsburgh right here on wildguzzi.
ronkom (MGNOC Rep for Va.)
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General Discussion / Re: Road Trip...northern Quebec
« Last post by n3303j on May 29, 2023, 02:02:54 PM »
Nick,
I'm really enjoying your post with the pictures. The KERA ain't gonna let you join!

Keep posting,
Tex




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General Discussion / Re: Charlie goes German (again) UPDATE: An untimely end.
« Last post by JBU on May 29, 2023, 01:49:34 PM »
So sorry to hear of the accident.  Thankfully you were able to walk away.  Hoping for a fast and easy recovery.
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General Discussion / Re: Charlie goes German (again) UPDATE: An untimely end.
« Last post by jrt on May 29, 2023, 12:12:12 PM »
Same here-  glad you are ok, Charlie.  Take care!
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General Discussion / Re: Noise diagnosis
« Last post by moto-uno on May 29, 2023, 11:46:41 AM »
 Has nothing to do with the noise , but why not install an actual oil pressure gauge and put yourself at ease . There's worse things you could spend money and time on ! Peter
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General Discussion / Re: Tonti spoked wheels.
« Last post by moto-uno on May 29, 2023, 11:27:06 AM »
I have a set of aluminum rims (borranni ) on my Le Mans 2 that originally came from a T3FB model . Bolted right on , but I can't remember if I needed to space the calipers or not
 Pretty minor chore in any event ( and to drive people here nuts) they still have the 20+ yr old tires that came with them ! And here in B.C , the Duffy Lake rd that I ride on requires some aggressive cornering just to stay on the road . Just too damn cheap to change them, as I've got new ones on the OEM alloy rims. Love the looks of the spoked rims , but crap were they a handful to clean up and polish . Peter
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General Discussion / Re: Charlie goes German (again) UPDATE: An untimely end.
« Last post by John A on May 29, 2023, 11:22:04 AM »
Sorry to hear about that, Iím sure glad you werenít badly hurt. At least it wasnít a Guzzi!
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General Discussion / Re: Linked brakes issue and fork recomendations
« Last post by LowRyter on May 29, 2023, 11:18:07 AM »
just curious, are the pads worn?
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General Discussion / Re: New bike- Moto Guzzi: V7III stone
« Last post by xackley on May 29, 2023, 11:14:42 AM »
I ended up with the yellow/orange paint gas tank. Paint seems tough, not a visible scratch. I don't know what previous owners did to protect it, I just use a product called Rejex.

As to windshields I have never found a small windshield that didn't disturb the wind more that protect. My V7 came with a Dart, I don't notice a difference with it on or off. If I decided to tour on my v7 I would see if I could mount my wixom fairing.

The only upgrades I did to mine were bar end mirrors and engine guards. Previous owners had already added the center stand and H&B luggage. The OEM mirrors disturbed the wide open spaces.
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General Discussion / Re: Noise diagnosis
« Last post by John A on May 29, 2023, 11:12:43 AM »
I did find the source of a noise on my 99 Bassa. On the right cylinder where the cylinder protrudes into the case , the bottom of the cylinder just barely touches the back of the timing chest. I had the engine out and upside down and noticed a slight amount of aluminum paste where it rubbed. I ground some clearance and that irritating noise was gone. I wouldnít expect to see that on the smaller bore engines and itís only on the farthest forward cylinder, closest to the timing chest. Iíve looked on another 1100 engine and it was close but not touching but itís something to look for when modifying for I think it came about when I deleted the base gaskets and used flange sealant as an easy way to set the squish which came out to .040Ē without the base gasket. Without the base gasket cushion it may make the fins ring a bit more but I couldnít detect any . They have hard rubber bits about an inch long that stabilize the fins that Guzzi uses on some engines and I use those if I have them but I canít hear any difference .
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