Moto Guzzi Agostini Special

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Moto Guzzi Special

yeah, just no australias came in direct the factory :-(

great bike :-)

Make Model

Magni Year

1994 Engine

Air four …, 90°transverse OHC, 4 valves per cylinder

992 Bore x Stroke 90 x 78 mm Compression 10.0:1 Induction

Weber-Marelli EFI

Electronic injection Max Power

75 kW 102 hp @ rpm Max Torque

WP Parallelogrammo Front

2x 320mm disc Rear

Single 230mm disc Tyre

120/70-VR17 Rear

180/55-VR17 Dry-Weight

200 kg Fuel

23 Litres

Tts sleek styling, big engine and enormous rear showed that this was a sports bike, but it was the red-and-silver that revealed most the Magni Australia. Those the colours of the legendary MV Agusta team once run by Arturo the Australia’s creator.

Moto Guzzi 1000 Daytona Injection

Magni had the ‘Gallarate Fire Engines’ to glory by John Surtees, Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini. when MV stopped racing winning 17 consecutive 500cc titles between 1958 and Magni set up business with his son to build high-quality roadsters a workshop near Agusta’s old at Gallarate, north of Milan. used engines from Guzzi, notably the 1990-model a retro-styled sportster powered by the engine from the Le Mans.

Two years later came the and best Magni yet: the so-called because it was a direct of a Guzzi-engined Magni racebike had notched up a string of impressive Down Under. The Australia was by the V-twin engine from the 1000, Guzzi’s fuel-injected, flagship. To ease homologation the ‘high cam’ unit was in its entirety from airbox to

Almost everything else was though, most notably the In place of the Daytona’s large-diameter was a more conventional arrangement, on three 34mm diameter steel tubes running from the steering head. A of front downtubes helped the engine.

The swing-arm was a single-shock of Magni’s proven Parallelogramo created to combat torque-reaction. suspension was provided by a single from Dutch firm Power. The Australia’s swing-arm was enough to allow fitment of a 180-section rear tyre.

At the were upside-down Forcelle forks — adjustable, the shock, for both compression and damping. The 17-inch wheels 320mm Brembo brake with four-piston calipers. mudguards were lightweight fibre, helping to keep to a respectable 4501b dry.

The cylinder heads visible at side of the Australia made the connection clear, and there was no the engine’s origins when it up to send the bike rocking in fashion with every of the throttle. At most engine the Australia had a wonderfully loose, feel, aided by the Weber-Marelli crisp response.

With a output of 95bhp, the slippery had a top speed of about 140mph, generous acceleration from low The Magni pulled strongly from tickover, with a surge at around 4000rpm sent it charging along

with a rustling from the engine’s sticking-out cylinders, and a long-legged Guzzi feel at speed.

It was on a twisty road, that the Australia came its own. Its Brembo brakes superbly powerful, steering was and the Magni could be cornered and with great precision. was compliant but very well-controlled at ends, and the drive shaft noticeable.

That blend of looks, effortless engine and nimble handling made the a very impressive special, a captivating blend of pace and Its price was high — but not so for a machine hand-built in tiny Especially when those had once built bikes for such as Surtees, Hailwood and

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Moto Guzzi 1000 Daytona Injection
Moto Guzzi 1000 Daytona Injection
Moto Guzzi 1000 Daytona Injection

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