Looks damn sharp.
Looks damn sharp.
« Last post by Huzo on Today at 04:14:35 PM »
In the end I did not sell any of my Guzzi's nor did I buy a Gold Wing but thisNice bike FK.
A bit of a prediction here…
After one year it’ll have 1,200 miles added and be up for sale. The reason(s) will be as follows.
“Too big and heavy to push around the garage”
“Did not find it inspiring”
“Power delivery bland and disinteresting”
“Too hard to do your own servicing”
You’ll sell it and buy a low mile V100, but for now it’s a good choice…
« Last post by Dirk_S on Today at 03:18:11 PM »
So, after sitting for a spell, it now revs when opening the throttle, whereas before…it wouldn’t? That’s bizarre.
« Last post by Moparnut72 on Today at 03:08:19 PM »
Welp, I got my touring done, officiated at a boat race and got a few things caught up at home. So this morning I tackled the V7. I pulled the battery leads and touched them together. Then I started the engine and let it idle for about 12 minutes or so. It sounded reasonably good, idle a bit low and slightly lumpy. Then at about 13 minutes the rpm jumped up a couple of hundred and it smoothed out. It revs up just fine and actually seems to be a little more perky but that is probably just a figment of my imagination. I haven't jumped on yet. I will do the oil change first and put the oil back in the fork.
Thanks guys for the guidance.
« Last post by Zenermaniac on Today at 02:55:42 PM »
I had a GW Aspencade for a short time. It truly is the Cadillac of tourers but was just too big and heavy for me to muscle around the garage and parking lots. I was afraid of dropping it and not being able to get it back up and so sold it. Years later, now, I wish I’d kept it.
« Last post by rocker59 on Today at 02:31:01 PM »
it's only money!
« Last post by n3303j on Today at 02:24:15 PM »
Looks to me that the input spline spent a fair amount of time under water. I'd be curious what the inside of the final drive looked like.
« Last post by blackcat on Today at 02:11:51 PM »
"....folks either love them or don't like them at all."
Everybody finds a bike that fits their needs, I rode a GW once and knew it just wasn't for me.
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