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  1. mermoto

    New bars and levers on my V7

    Not my intention to pull people from this Forum, this is a great forum and I have been enjoying it since getting in to Guzzi's. The link is a facebook group not a forum and is specific to UK V7 fans and completely non commercial. An additional resource for those looking for information. I...
  2. mermoto

    New bars and levers on my V7

    More information on my V7 over on the Moto Guzzi V7 UK facebook group facebook.com/groups/904754693002512/?ref=group_header
  3. mermoto

    My V7 II Racer

    Great pics Faisal You are welcome to come and say hello to V7 UK page facebook.com/groups/904754693002512/?ref=group_header
  4. mermoto

    Test ride shot from sunny England

    Two friends rode a V7 and V9. Both undecided, plonkers. I absolutely love my V7 The new models won't appear until new year so there are some great deals on V7's in the UK at present.
  5. mermoto

    Test ride shot from sunny England

  6. mermoto

    New bars and levers on my V7

    Looking down on the bars and levers when sitting on the bike they ooze quality, the Renthal Fatbars looking and feeling so much better than the standard setup. Width wise they are almost the same as I was happy with the standard length, I actually trimmed 2cm off each end of these.
  7. mermoto

    UK V7 Riders

    My baby came from Corsa Italiana which is some way from me. Guzzitech is my favorite forum
  8. mermoto

    New bars and levers on my V7

    Been wanting to do this for ages. They look and feel so much better than standard. ☺ and :)
  9. mermoto

    Mistral exhausts

    Jenko you are gonna love riding it with the baffles out, love my Mistrals. Interested to hear how you get on with the refashioned kit on a UK bike. Keep us updated. ☺
  10. mermoto

    UK V7 Riders

    So I have had my V7 for nearly two years now and not come across another rider on my trips out in Sunny Essex / Suffolk. I even popped in to the UK Guzzi day on Sunday afternoon and didn't see a single private owned V7. So how many UK V7 riders frequent the forum and where are you all hiding...
  11. mermoto

    Has anyone removed the rear signal indicator spacers?

    Easy job all unclipps and looks so much better.
  12. mermoto

    New Rack for my V7

    It's the Dart screen that I trimmed as I didn't like the taller shape.
  13. mermoto

    New Rack for my V7

    Just rubbed the chrome down prior to welding which was a lot of work doing the complete rack and grinding down the welds.
  14. mermoto

    New Rack for my V7

    Home made
  15. mermoto

    New Rack for my V7

    So I wanted a rack for my V7 but found the Guzzi offerings et al too big and bulky for my needs. No intention of putting a hideous top box on, I just needed an extension to the back of my seat and little bit of side bar to keep my Giant Loop rear bag secure. So here is the result, bear in mind...
  16. mermoto

    MotoGP

    Valentino did good. He has been the most entertaining and one of the most successful of all time and I hope he is still racing when he hits 40. As for JLO, top racer but a bad looser who needs to chill out.
  17. mermoto

    Trimming OEM Fenders

    Small angle grinder to cut the fender to basic shape then a sanding disk in the grinder to form the shape and finish. I used a dremel type tool for grinding the honeycombed bits. I tried to follow the shape of the original as I am not keen on the chopped off look. I seem to remember that...
  18. mermoto

    Trimming OEM Fenders

    Did my own cutting to the rear fender making it shorter and taking the spacers out of the indicators. Moved the rear light cluster up so the back end now looks much neater and more modern. Took a few hours. The ribbing in the under fender is tough and awkward so take your time. Some of it...
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