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Pretty damn impressive.I've never managed that far between adjustments, but good for you.
Yes, Guzzis need frequent valve adjustments, but, its what, a 30 min. job that most home mechanics can do?.
I always laugh when Guzzi owners complain about chain maintenance but claim adjusting valves every six thousand miles is a great thing because it connects them to the machine. X-ring chains last a long time and require minimal maintenance. I adjusted the oem chain on my Vstrom 1000 3 Times. Once at 500 miles, once at 10k and again at 20k. I changed it at 25k. I hammered that bike and rode two up all the Time. I checked the valves once at 15,000 and they didn�t need adjusting. My California 1400 will need the valves checked 4 Times in 25,000 miles and the final drive and transmission oil will have to be changed. It�s all relative. I�m happy to have a Guzzi again but I definitely didn�t buy it because it�s low maintenance...becau se it�s not.
80 HP ?? Thank you for the laugh....
must run some serious RPMs to get that power. 8k? 8.5?
Portland dealer says he�s going to the factory next mont to check it out.
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