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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
Thanks for the welcome!What a beast this V Twin is. Love the stance - perfect for my height.Had a nice 85mi ride home but unfortunately stalled out in stop-and-go traffic and was fussy to restart - I think when the bike is good and hot it idles a bit low; I hope a minor adjustment.Not sold on the fairings as the front-set sidestand is basically unusable - have to shimmy off and steady the bike and use the center stand so far - not quite an elegant move and given the weight of this sled, a set-up for dropping it.That said, this was a well-ridden sport tourer (50k mi) that could use some TLC. Looking forward to it as a covid project.
Had a nice 85mi ride home but unfortunately stalled out in stop-and-go traffic and was fussy to restart - I think when the bike is good and hot it idles a bit low; I hope a minor adjustment.That said, this was a well-ridden sport tourer (50k mi) that could use some TLC. Looking forward to it as a covid project.
Before jumping into a lot of fiddling around to address the above-noted issues, just try cleaning the sparkplugs and riding it several times for a total of at least a couple of hundred miles.
John Hemenway 68 years old ( and adding at an alarming rate!) and retired. I Have been riding motorcycles since 1969.If you have been at the Wisconsin Rally in the last five or so years I've probably had the pleasure of serving you a meal or two.I've been lurking here for a year or two as I find very good perspective on issues and opinions about products and projects I've encountered during my guzzi caretaking times. So now I felt it's time to join and see if my experiences with the brand can be of benefit to someone else. Sorry about the Intro being a little delayed but I've had a busy holiday weekend.Current stable,2018 Milano2007 Honda 9192004 Breva 750 ie1980 SP 10001975 850T1969 Homemade (BMW/VW)Long term guest,1973 Eldorado
It'd be interesting to see some photos of your bmw/vw
Maybe some day I'll get up to speed and learn how to post pictues. In the interim google BMW/VW conversion or perhaps VMW. There were I think at least 4 different enterprises doing this in the very late 60's but I believe the honda 4 and the advent of the superbike era became a more practical performance solution.Versions of these come up for sale every now and then. Last one I saw was two maybe three years ago on CL around Cleveland. There used to be a Yahoo group dedicated to these conversions.John
Hello, Mike in Spencer IA, I am a Brit but moved to the US in 1989.Just purchased my first Guzzi having ridden BMW K bikes and airheads up to this point. I lost faith in the newer BMWs and wanted to go back to air cooled simpler technology. I am an engineer with a Japanese company servicing and repairing commercial printing presses. 57 years of age and was married 30+ years if you add them together! Looking forward to meeting you all at the rallies when they open back up.Moto Guzzi Norge, 2009, 12K miles.CheersMike.
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Hey gang,I'm Todd, and I kind of fell back into riding with the ridiculous deal on my new V7III Milano that I couldn't pass up! Bought it sight unseen, but knew she checked all the boxes in what I'm looking for as I return to riding after about a decade (I'm 53).She's almost where she's going to be, maybe a tank bag and dry bag for "touring mode" but I think I'll hold off on the windscreen for now.
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