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Cal1400 REGISTRY & Pics thread - ADD YOUR BIKE

Vintagehoarder

Tuned and Synch'ed
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La Grange KY
Beautiful bike!

14K on mine love it!!




Couple of things I did to mine, Factory Gel Seat (under $300), I added the Guzzitech GT-Rx Bar Risers to my 1400 touring and it made the bike so much more comfortable on long trips, fits me like a glove now.

https://www.guzzitech.com/store/product/gt-rx-cnc-bar-risers/



Also I repalced the bags allen heads with these (you'll have to modify, make the head smaller on one for each bag), makes getting the bags off for cleaning and such much easier.

http://a.co/3rva61d

 

GTM®

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GT di Razza Pura
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Congrats and welcome guys. Love to get your VIN # and info for the first post of this thread. TIA.

What questions do you have on the HB backrest? Best to email me; Todd at GuzziTech.com
 

GTM®

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Michael J Maassen - Chilliwack BC - Canada: 2017 Moto Guzzi 1400 California Touring
Congrats and welcome! Thanks for the info and pic. Hope you post often... and see the store tab above for some great upgrade options... or when the exhaust starts to fail. ;)
 

Raymond Wijnands

Just got it firing!
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Germany
IMG 20180617 170427 IMG 20180617 170253
Second owner, bought in 2017, did some modifications, touring handlebars, c-bow with leather bags, highway pegs and some racing stripes...
VIN# ZGULV0025DM111820, Moto Guzzi California 1400 custom black, Raymond Wijnands, Dutchman living in Westoverledingen, Germany
 

britman

Just got it firing!
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Virginia
I recently downsized and sold my 2000 Bassa and my fully restored 64 Triumph TR6R, both will be missed, but dammit I had to have a California Touring. This one came home a couple of days ago with 19K on the clock. She recently returned from a 7000 mile trip the PO took and she purred like a kitten, other than a broken H-pipe, imagine that. I love the bike and she will living in the garage my 05 Rocket III, bought new. I wonder what the puppies will like if they breed. Looking forward to gleaming infor and hitting the classifieds regularly.
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GTM®

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I recently downsized and sold my 2000 Bassa and my fully restored 64 Triumph TR6R, both will be missed, but dammit I had to have a California Touring.
Congrats and welcome to the C14 Fam! Love to get the VIN# and previous owner info for the first post of this thread if you would.
Hope to see you online here often. Enjoy!
p.s. Abarth too, nice.
 

britman

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Congrats and welcome to the C14 Fam! Love to get the VIN# and previous owner info for the first post of this thread if you would.
Hope to see you online here often. Enjoy!
p.s. Abarth too, nice.


Gladly, VIN ZGULVC006EM111570 and it was bought from Don Bowen from Newnan Ga. who did the little jaunt across the USA. I believe I am the 3rd owner and the bike is showing a little over 19K on clock. I am happy I finally figured out how the lights, (high and low beam) work this afternoon, now off to the menu and various settings. Thank the Lord the bike came with an owners manual. I still carry a flip phone and technology and me are certainly not the best of friends, but I will figure everything out. I must say the bike is truly awesome on the open road. Agostini mufflers will be arriving next week and I am still researching that nice little wrench on the display that so many owners speak of in such loving terms. I am just happy the Big Girl has an external oil filter, going inside the pan was always so much fun on my old Bassa. BTW, the Abarth is the Wife's pride and joy, loves the damn little thing and swears she will never get rid of it....
 
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