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I'm thinking of having a friend build me a Guzzi Cafe Racer. I was hoping the forum could give me some pointers on which models would make a good starting point and which should be avoided.Also if anyone knows of a good donor east of the Mississippi please let me know. Here is the page for my buddies moto business: https://www.facebook.com/Motorelicthanks,Hugh
First question is about bike budget .these days cafe races are all the same ( even tho they all wanted to be different from the crowd ...ohh well ) Bike budget : ?go on MGcycle.com and get these partsRear setV7sport/le mans know off replica gas tank.Semi handlebarsMufflersmono seatu good to go...Have fun !
I think that's pretty ignorant to say all cafe's look the same. It's a style like any style and it sounds like it's simply stale for you. This generalization is getting stale to me.
To me they are all the same , whether you like it or not .But hey if you don't like what i say please use the " IGNORE" button , is there for a reason. :BEER:ciao
All you NY'ers are the same. :P ;)
Will be best buying a square head , so you dont have to deal with chrome bores and they are already pretty fast and they come with 36mm carbs.If you like round heads better , keep in mind that if the bike got original cylinders you have to spend a good 1k $ to replace them .
this one looks like a good candidate ;http://www.ebay.com/itm/Moto-Guzzi-1998-custom-moto-guzzi-cafe-motorcycle-/131422618299?forcerrptr=true&hash=item1e996602bb&item=131422618299&pt=US_motorcycles
Here is a suitable turd to ruin. No one will care if you chop up this great chunk 'o munt. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-GS-1978-suzuki-gs-400-x-/261758336360?forcerrptr=true&hash=item3cf2033d68&item=261758336360&pt=US_motorcyclesPlease don't destroy a perfectly good Guzzi.Pete
Not true. The Le Mans 850, Convert, CX100, G5, SP1000 all have iron liners in early years and Nikasil in later years. 850-T/T3 do have chrome bores though. Also, not all of the "square fin" models came with 36 mm carbs, most came with 30s.
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