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    Hello everyone

    Welcome, you should have got a blue one. It looks like you wrap the body for color. Can't tell if it's painted.
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    Chip identification please

    May be from Moto Int in Seattle at the time bike was modded. I had 5 different ones for that ECU, some German, some from Au, some from Mot Int, There was also Creeden here in US. It doesn't look familiar.
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    Measuring Throttle Plate Angle

    Jason, If you look in the Stelvio section I think there is a thread where someone made a gauge for his TB. Pretty interesting read, did the exact thing you are thinking about doing. To find out where yours is though you need to be hooked up w/software. Todd may have a download tool...
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    V7 Cafe Air Temperature Sensor

    The outside air temp is used all the time not just when it's cold. When it is faulty it goes to a constant 20*C(limp home mode). Not all ECU's have O2 sensors, in fact you can just shut them off with the right software. Guzzi didn't use O2 sensors until 06, 1993 was 1st year for FI and I...
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    V7 Cafe Air Temperature Sensor

    Why don't you look in the service manual where it tells you. I'd put it in a still air area and leave it. ECU uses it to do mixture.
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    2000 Quota clutch soaked with oil

    There is also an O-ring on the throwout arrangement in back of trans. I usually change all seals in both engine & trans while it is apart. Get a book in downloads.
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    First ride of the year!

    Even I got out for 25 between the rains.
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    2000 Quota clutch soaked with oil

    The trans has 2 cup shape seals on the clutch rod inside the shaft in the rear. Pull the arm on back of trans, pull out the throwout bearings & plunger w/rod. Use needle nose pliers or magnet if rod stays in to extract it. Might have to pull swingarm if it is in the way.
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    Happy New Year To Us All! May 2022 be a damn sight better than 2021.

    Happy New Year, rain on the doorstep missed my ride till later. Woke up to 68* then sun 75 & sunny when I got to go.
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    850 le mans oil from crankcase breather

    Most of mine run a bout 1/2 way on stick, it'll level out where it likes it. Make sure your box works correctly or replace it. Maybe spring under disc is broke. Did it leave a spot after running hard? You could also put a spacer on pan like my LM3.
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    New Bike Quiz

    Excelsior Talisman
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    1960 Lodola GT

    There are 3 in the Mecum Auction in Vegas end of Jan 2022 Search and check it out.
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    Fuel tank leak

    Depending on colors, Cali tanks(new!) can be had at older dealers or from ones that buy old stock from closing dealers. They are relatively cheap. $3-600.00. I don't think Todd here has any but remember Hamlin in CT bought a bunch of NOS Cali tanks. I remember our shop got a notice they were...
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    No tail light, turn signals or instrument lighs

    I would start checking your ground continuity also.
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    Fork crossover pipe V65 SP 1984

    They are for Paioli fork dampners, same with rear shocks. It's not rubber it's a plastic line. It is used on air shocks. I used to have those kits in stock till a few years ago sold that stuff to a member here. I got my stuff from Herdan Corp in PA, doubt Hermy has any left.
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    V85TT E5 and Diag

    You need to read a notice about talking on this software here on the forum, no one reads the rules. https://www.guzzitech.com/forums/threads/guzzidiag-notice.16329/ Sorry for the inconvenience, there used to be a big red sign at the top of forum...
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    Server and Software Upgrade

    Like you can't notice!!! OH, All those colors ----------------------on it now, not just red. Looks good.
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    V7 2021 wont start

    Have you tried using the other key? Don't know if it makes a difference on your 2021. Have you engaged kill switch on & off? Does all dash lights work properly?
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    V7 2021 wont start

    If new to Guzzi don't forget, Bike in Neutral, Clutch pulled in, Sidestand up, hit starter. Just in case it's been awhile.
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    74 850t front suspenders

    Charlie is on it!! From the 750/850 workshop manual -- spring length is 421 +or- 2.5mm. Dampner rod is threaded w/locknut to rod w/holes goes to bottom pocket for spring. You can adjust it on the threaded rod a bit for total length.