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Thanks,Does anybody know if Guzzidiag will reset the service Icon when it shows up? I ran the software with my Breva just fine, and kept all the cables.. I read where it works, but was wondering if there is anything up with Guzzidiag and the 2016 bikes?
Very cool. CONGRATS!
Glad you found it!
I always liked and wanted a Stornello even at 6'2 a bit low perhaps, Enjoy it!!
You wouldn't have any of those racer type side covers for sale? First thing I thought after ditching the front screen.
Your Rotopax mount solution looks better than mine, but I like how easy of a solution mine wasContainer and a poly cutting board sandwich the pannier rack:I plan to take one or two with me next year if I do the Trans-Labrador
I have the Givi Tank lock ring on the Griso and 1200Sport, so added one to the Stornello, but didn't like the look or gas cap seal, so I sold it to a WG member. Use a small magnetic bag which works fine.
My tank ring showed today..along with my Dart classic screen. Both had super fast shipping Took 5 days from England. I had this style tank ring on my Breva 1100 and they are outstanding.. Same with this one for the Givi Bags. No leaks and looks good without a bag on it.. Added some Amazon warehouse mirrors for $25 and they are way better then stock stuff. Crystal clear at all speeds, and good view overall. Had to mill a few bushings to fit the bars but worth the effort. image uploaderhttps://gtmotocycles.com/products/gt-v7-givi-tanklock-adapter-ring?_pos=2&_sid=54a7270ed&_ss=r
The Aprilia #2 gen, and the Breva 1100 had the same issue with the gas cap.(exactly the same cap) O-ring behind the main seal fixed them both.. The tank spacer has nothing to do with leaking of that setup)The V7ii has to be correct in spacer size or it would be a fail pretty easy too.. You just remove one tank o-ring and replace with the cnc aluminum ring.. I am getting close to 600 miles, and waiting for a service light to show.. all oils/fluids will be changed.. Thinking about tires too (more street) It's down to the Continental Conti Road Attack 3 or Pirelli Scorpion Trail II that are a bit more off-road . Still look pretty street to me..(pics) They are within $7 of each other. The Stornello has a Radial on the rear, and a Bias type front from the factory..So not going to worry about type so much, but not going to mix styles..
Remember this is one of the last bikes that need the heads re-torqued at first service. Obviously needs to be done BEFORE valve adjustment. I liked and was impressed by the stock tires, replaced at 6K. My only complaint was that the front broke loose a few times on wet turns.
That slipped by me.. I was wondering why they had check the valves at 600 miles? Makes sense now.. I did order some Valve cover gaskets.Have just the tool for the service.. Might be a bit overkill for a Guzzi. :laugh:Changed the oils /filter out, now just the Brake fluid/fork oil The oil was pretty free of metal. I am guessing just a side benefit of not having trans/clutch spinning in the same oil.Tires are pretty good out on the road, but I think some sporting stuff might suit me, and the bike better...Went about 200 miles today, and averaged 55 mpg on the break-in oil Have more then 600 now like 750 but I did not want to run the synthetic stuff to early either.. Had enough heat cycles to probably not worry about any of that anyway. 5 year 405 miles would do it.. I was a bit worried about the oil in it, but really looked pretty good still No water, and bits, and pieces anyway.. Filter was clean along with magnetic drain plugs.
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