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Last updated: Nov 24 2008, 10:25 PM EST by Guzzista

Have your say! allowed you to take home one of the new Guzzis, which would you choose? 28.8% of you said California Vintage. Then came 1200 Sport with 23.1

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Last updated: Jan 14 2009, 11:42 PM EST by Guzzista

1200 Sport slipping clutch Hi, I’m a new member. I have just bought my 1st Guzzi, a second hand 1200 Sport (2 valve) in Queensland and have just arrived home in Victoria after riding 2700kms in 3 days.

The bike is an absolute joy to ride, and I am very pleased with it, despite the clutch starting to slip under hard accelleration after only 9000 kms. The engine has so much torque that I’m not surprised the clutch cannot cope. Is this a common problem with the 1200 2 valve engine?

I have read in a V11 forum that the best procedure to replace the clutch is to remove the engine, instead of the gearbox.

Can anyone please advise on the 1200 Sport.

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Posted: May 9 2011, 5:13 PM EDT by Mark_Sassafras

Posted: Aug 22 2010, 2:25 AM EDT by itheo

Newbie Introduction I guess it is considered polite to introduce yourself if you are a new member of a forum. I am returning to motorcycles after a 20 year love affair with airplanes. Unfortunately, flying has priced itself out of my budget, so motorcycles are the next best thing..

I am 64 years old. I refuse to play with the years young thing. I have owned a number of Japanese bikes and a Bultaco Metralla. I take delivery of a new Breva 1100 next week. My current machine is a Honda ST1100 that I am trading because

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of the weight and targeted mission. I do not like long motorcycle trips. i am in Western Washington and have purchased my Breva from Moto Internatonal. Great people!

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Posted: Nov 26 2009, 10:08 AM EST by Sodakboy

Defending my V7 Classic; Your help is welcome! I have 6000 miles on my V7C and enjoy this bike more and more every time I hop on board. I have had a 2006 Black Bonnie with the 790 engine and Had to put a pile of money in it to get the performance that I have with the Guzzi right off the showroom floor.

I have no problem keeping up with my son and his Busa in the twisties (as well as a 70 year old can :)) It will cruse all day at 80-85 MPH if i care to, as anything above that does not interest me at this time in my life. If you need to ride at over 100 MPH, I hope you have a good insurance policy and dressed like a Moto-GP racer, not like the squids that ride half naked with their full-faces helmets.

The bike has plenty of all around power for me, and is fun, and that is what riding a motor bike should be and not a white knuckle experience on every ride. The only performance mods I have done was to remove the charcoal canister, switched the crossover pipe to a Stucchi, and put on the Guzzi-Tech sump extender (more oil for engine protection). What I gained with this is a quicker throttle response, and it looks like better gas mileage.

For comfort I switched to the cafe seat, added 1 in bar risers and added grip-puppies to fatten up the grips and eliminated finger cramping (have old arthritic fingers). Put Napoleon bar end mirrors, and a National Cycle DX wind screen.

Continued in next post LOL

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