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Thanks. I'm surprised that they didn't change the ratios. ZZ
I suppose I might have expected a change to top end gearing to drop a few revs since there is a power increase with the new motor.John Henry
I love the blue.I sometimes miss polishing a motorcycle, but the matte finish on my Aluminum, has grown on me and rarely looks dirty.I chose the anniversary V7, as I wanted cast wheels and an Anniversary Model.It's my Cappuccino Crawler, and I love it.
I agree generally speaking, with a few exceptions. First, as with many of my past Guzzi's, the speedo is optimistic. 80 indicated is really closer to 70. (a little above actually) Second, as for interstate riding, leaving the Ohio Rally I was tired and it was raining. Under those circumstances, my interest in getting home quickly out weighed taking twisty roads, with the latter adding about two hours to the trip in good weather.In reality, it had no trouble doing what I asked of it. It took years to get from 45 or so to 52 and they made changes to the ratios. You might think a 13 hp increase might do the same. They changed the ratios from the II to the III. (1st and 6th) John Henry
I chose the anniversary V7, as I wanted cast wheels and an Anniversary Model.
Those Mistrals really suit the bike Dave.
The posts and reviews Iím reading are killing me! Iíd sure love to get one of these, but I havenít had a shifty of any kind in the garage in a couple of years. Scooters only, a BV350 and a Vespa GTS. Whenever I have a third bike one seems to get neglected. Iím just over 30,000 miles on the BV and feel like it has a lot of life left in it. But Guzzis are like a virus that never quite goes away
I like your term "virus" that never goes away. Describes it perfectly.
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