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IF it's real, it deserves a good home! Paging MedicAndy....
I send the guy a message, and the reserve is $10k, which would be a good price, if the bike would sell for that. However, money can increase fast if the oil pump or belts have not been changed yet. I didn't know about possible oil pump issues or belts possibly needing to be replaced when I asked the seller about the reserve price. I know dangerously little about Daytonas, so I could see spending very easily an additional $3k to $5k, or possibly a little more to get a Daytona without knowing its history setup right.But yes, I could see one of those bikes sitting in the barn amongst the 1100's!
Knowing the costly results of a likely inevitable oil pump/ timing gear crash (@ 20K miles or so),
Low miles, fresh belts, Creedon chip for 10K? An RS? You want one and you are not buying it?? <scratching head>
Sorry, gotta disagree with that. My bone stock Centauro was still fine at 42K miles, so I wouldn't say it is inevitable. I, personally, wouldn't be afraid of that Daytona if I wanted one and was willing to do the work necessary to maintain it.
Guzzi Daytona RS on E-bay, No affiliations etc. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1997-Moto-Guzzi-Daytona-RS/263555535904?hash=item3d5d225420:g:MjgAAOSwMLBarXYb&vxp=mtr&autorefresh=true
Hey Guys........ I am so sorry about making the statement about this RS Daytona having a $10k reserve..... I wrote to the RS owner yesterday, and he told me that he would rather not tell just one person on what the reserve price is, so I'm pretty sure that it is around $11k. I also talked to the other eBay 4560 mile 1993 Daytona owner yesterday, and his reserve is at $10k. I got the two bikes mixed up. Again, I am so sorry for the mixup......
Either way, it's a lot more bike than a 1000S.
Addenda? The mc mechanic who added the 'Caruso upgrade' to my 93 Daytona has 3 Centauro's. He changes timing gears each time he changes belts. 'It's worth doing with the engine already opened'. I saw and examined his stack of aluminum gears, from his Centauro's. Every one showed fairly extensive corrosion on the gear teeth.
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