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  1. Thgil

    Boosterplug and tyres.

    After reading pros and cons about this device I decided to try it! Works a treat!!! I also bought some new tyres Michelin road 5s. Best tyres I’ve had!! Loads of grip very responsive on the road. 500 miles in can’t fault them!!!
  2. Thgil

    Griso wheel colour options

    Black. Black. And more Black I say!
  3. Thgil

    Griso Handlebar Risers again...

    Try barback risers. SW-motech from Germany. Raises the bars and brings them back to you! I bought some but because I use a flat handle bar on full lock I was getting an issue with switchs just touching the tank. So I just used the top clamps and the risers I had made. The Rox risers just look...
  4. Thgil

    Griso belly pan

    Thanks. Just makes sense to me! Cannot understand why it is not manufactured like it. Here's how I did it.
  5. Thgil

    Griso belly pan

    I've modified my g11 belly pan,so I thought I'd show some pics. This stops all the crap from the road ruining the engine paint . I bought the pan from tlm way cheaper than the Luigi one although it needed to be sprayed!
  6. Thgil

    Griso died

    Just to let you all know! I've put some aprilia arrow indicators on the griso! Took 20 minutes! Just stripped down the old ones and the spade connections fitted.The rears fitted fine on the brackets that I have. There is a slight difference to the front ones which mount the headlight bracket as...
  7. Thgil

    Griso died

  8. Thgil

    Griso died

    Hi John. I think because I had the bike on the hepco Becker stand for a week now it may have let the oil level as the back wheel is off the ground. Thanks John. I have 800mm of this submersible fueline left. If anyone in the uk needs the 75mm of pipe required to change what I had to let me know...
  9. Thgil

    Need to feed my carbon fiber addiction, Griso front mudguard?

    Sorry For example The company close to me will charge £150 to dip the fuel tank in a carbon fibre look then laquer it.
  10. Thgil

    Need to feed my carbon fiber addiction, Griso front mudguard?

    Sled I like the carbon fibre look. Try a hydro dipping company? Cheaper than buying a new front fender,and looks exactly the same!!
  11. Thgil

    Griso died

    I find it a handy place to keep a clean rag. I'm with you Grrg! Any way got the hose and filter and some good clamps all back up running. So a big thanks to all of you guys for your help!!! Only now a couple of times I get this come up on clocks SERVICE and triangle with ! In. It's never...
  12. Thgil

    Griso died

    Just waiting for the parts!
  13. Thgil

    Griso died

    Nice one Scott. Will do. T.
  14. Thgil

    Griso died

    Sorry Scott you were ahead of me then with your reply T
  15. Thgil

    Griso died

    Just out of interest what is the ribbed pipe called or oem number. I rang one of our uk guzzi spares in the uk and they told me that they couldn't get it (gutsibits) So if there's a part number that you or anyone knows would help,as I can't find it. Regards Thgil.
  16. Thgil

    Griso died

    Thanks Scott. Can I use the same hose to replace the longer one? I don't see why not. Fuel hose is fuel hose? The longer black ribbed one is much thinner wall thickness than the transparent shorter hose,would the clamps tighten it enough? I can now remove the tank in 15mins flat! Pump out and...
  17. Thgil

    Griso died

    Just to say that I rode the bike out of the showroom in 2006. I traded in my V11 for the griso. I have never had the urge to sell her or buy any other bike she just ticks all the boxes for me. But I'd love to have another V11 but the wife pulls the strings in my world. Apparently a loft...
  18. Thgil

    Griso died

    I've removed the tank again and got the fuel pump out. I was a bit silly thinking that I could tighten the original clamps with pliers although I could not pull the pipe off. Therefore I bought some new clamps ( not jubilee clips) and have bought some new fuel hose which is made to be...
  19. Thgil

    Griso died

    I have thought about the savings I have made and your right that's a lot of lovely beer....mmmmm beer. Take care.
  20. Thgil

    Griso died

    Ok. I removed the tank and up on the bench it went. Unbolted the pump and the filter was not connected so I pushed it back on with the clamp still on and I could pull it off quite easily. Then I tightened the clamp and it held. So all back together let the pump prime a few times and away she...
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