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This 'whine' you speak of - Is it definitely mechanical? Do you have any Guzzi folks who love near you that could listen or compare to theirs? I know when I switched over to a Guzzi, it was my first bike with a dry clutch, so I had to get used to THAT sound, but I wouldn't call that a 'whine". I think I usually hear a "whir", but I never really paid attention to if that might be tires or something else.
Yeah, my V7III whines too.During the first test ride I feared the bike was defective, but the other V7III I rode and finally my own had it too.I hope some more V7II owners share their knowledge too.And a special welcome to you!So the 'young modern V7 rider' apparently does exist! :DMaybe you would like to post a picture of your Scrambler? It sounds very nice looking with all those lovely Baak parts on it!Cheers,D.
I see itís also rocking the cylinder head guards and raised front mudguard bracket, both by 70tre/Unit Garage. ---Re: LED headlamp - by ll means, buy what you want, but if youíre simply looking to go LED instead of halogen, there are some inexpensive LED bulbs that work fine. Thereís one that I have thatís also been recommended on here by a few others... always forget which one it is, though. Probably available for less than $25 and is brighter than the halogen. Iím a fan, though I do miss me the nostalgia of warm lighting. More soothing for the eyes and soul.
Yeah, my V7III whines too.Mine as well, sometimes I hardly notice it, other times it seems very loud, I tried different oil combinations with no effect.
. maybe we both should check our rear end fluid ?
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