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T-3s are a wonderful all around ride. Chrome bores are the only issue, although will admit a big one. Mine is a 75 and I haven't had switch issues except for need of contact cleaning a time or two. I am on my third ignition switch however. GliderJohn
I am on my third ignition switch however.
Those can be taken apart, the old waxy lube cleaned, wire brushed, deoxited, Vaselined, and reassembled in about 15 minutes. And.... you get to keep using the same key on the gas tank. Oh.. and it's FREE. (Guzzi content)
The t-3 is my current favorite bike although Iíve never seen one up close or ridden one. They just seem to have it all going on. Iím installing a T-3 tank, seat, grab rail and tail light on my G5 just to get close to that look. I wouldnít let chrome bores stand in the way John.
Are the chrome bores a problem only on the early models?now I wonder how long my V7iii is good for ?
Im installing a T-3 tank, seat, grab rail and tail light on my G5 just to get close to that look
You've got a good eye. Many wouldn't see the aesthetic difference between the G5 and T3, let alone go to the trouble of upgrading the former to the latter. A good condition T3 (or T) seat, in particular, is now a rarity well worth taking care of. Many of those were tossed aside in order to mount the G5 Road Sofa instead.Moto
.....I have to admit that the stock G5 looks better and better in the ads.
Scout,Is there a G5 advertised somewhere? I have not seen any lately?John
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