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OK, I can source these at a good price if you are interested... and I can put them on the online Store for purchase.
Since Brembo is NOT the OEM supplier, they most often will only show a listing for a model that their engineers have fitted in house. They do not take the time to cross-reference...
If it turns out you need a ECU/TB, I have several brand new ones in stock; https://gtmotocycles.com/products/oem-guzzi-v9-throttle-body-ecu
Do keep us posted.
Larry, no need to make a blanket statement about “electronic crap” — You do realize the world you live in currently, correct? Modern...
This is a ~12 year old thread. So, EDIT: It looks like the MD2003X could work, yes; ebcbrakesdirect.com/motorcycle/moto-guzzi/1400-california/2013-2015/50854
None of my vendors are showing stock on them. Additionally, EBC has the track record of being cheap OEM replacements, and their HH pads...
2013+ single throttle body engines make this especially tough as it carries the Throttle Body/ECU for ignition, so removing it would mean no spark related to throttle position. So not that it can't be done, but is extra tough because of this. The ECU PDF is available in the DOWNLOADS section for...
Funny guy. Ha.
So I’ve said this dozens of times here on the Forum, but once you get rid of those plug of mufflers off and fix the fueling, you’ll be amazed on how smooth things get. At least as smooth as a vibey V-Twin can be any way.
Keep doing you though. It’s fun to see.
Tubeless wheels like Kineo and Alpina are typically factory laced in a jig. I imagine the stock TT wheels are the same. Same with the earlier Cal EV (German) BEHR wheels. They are not typically user serviceable.
All said, Scott has a valid point. If the tires have been changed from stock, it's a...
Hi Alex, best to install the transmission side first, then remove the lever from the perch to install. It cannot be done otherwise. There's likely some YouTube videos online on the process with other models if you care to search.
Thanks for the follow up post. I've never seen them installed. MUCH simpler and robust design over the stock set up.
You may have to revise the length and positioning of the shifter arm on the trans and length of the shifter rod.
Hi Pete, sorry no, no such thing exists unless you mean the app for the flash tool? If so, you won't need it.
I’m not an Android person, so perhaps it was just a link to the Forum? I don’t believe there is any special viewing option like Tapatalk or similar with this site. Hope that helps.
SoCal sun is brutal. Buy a bike cover for it's time sitting long in the sun.
For the seat, OCM *might* help you if you were super nice to them during the purchase. Otherwise, Piaggio will mostly deny 'wear and tear' items such as the seat unfortunately.
While I have your attention, check your...