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It will need a Cali14 clutch, that is the update for Norge & Stelvio. Some do go bad. Just a beast motor. Welcome.
My name is Stephen Frazier & as of yesterday it's all mine. Got it registered, sticker on the plate. Hopefully. Austin will get title back to me promptly. Now I can run it down the road and see if that clutch is really bad. Not that I don't believe little brother but . . . . 😆
It's been a few years since I did this and the results were interesting then...Please introduce yourself to the group. Give your name, age, occupation and location.
Hey Steve, Welcome to the forum and nice bike! You don't happen to be from Louisiana do you? I grew up in Baton Rouge, and knew a guy named Stephen Frazier (Stevie back then). Was mid-late nineties... we had mutual friends, Greg and Steph...or was it Paul and Danielle?Anyway, cheers!
Hello everyone...My name is Hrvoje.45 years old...I came from Zadar Croatia EuropeI am proud owner of a 2004 Breva 750 ie and I really like this bikeI hope that here I will find lots of information to keep my Breva strong and well maintained.Thank youP.S: Sorry about my poor english but I hope that you will understand me
Hi folks!About to close on a 1987 1000 SP II so figured I'd come join the collective wisdom here. The beast in question:Current bikes: BMW F800GS, 2013 Ural Tourist30s, F, in NYC
Many will say that the SPII has all the best features of Guzzi - simplicity, handling, weather protection, torque ... that looks like a great example! Hope you enjoy it!Lannis
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