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GTM V7 III Racer 820R For Sale

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Mar 9, 2019.

  1. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member

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    The GTM V7III-820R is FOR SALE.
    Features; GT-Rx® 820cc big-bore kit & 2>1 GTM GP Meg Exhaust. 12XX miles. Garage kept, perfect shape.
    Email direct for more; Info at GuzziTech.com

    Trying to get a feel from anyone in the market for a new bike here. What would you pay for this bike as it sits? It has thousands of dollars of upgrades including the engine upgrade ($2500), and another $1500+ in exhaust and fueling, and another $500+ In cosmetic upgrades. I have it on Craigslist, and will try Cycle Trader and eBay next.

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    I thought you had sold this?
    Did you build two 820 Racers?
     
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    Maybe you are thinking of the 2016 V7R II that I took to 820cc with 4-valve heads(?); https://www.guzzitech.com/forums/th...ttrovalvole-info-dyno-runs.15435/#post-123003 -- I put that one all the way back to stock before it sold.

    This is a 2017 V7R III hemi, that is 820cc (and will remain). This thread covers all of the mods; https://www.guzzitech.com/forums/threads/gtm-v7iii-racer-820r-mods-thread.17698/#post-145117 -- now as shown above. The 820 upgrade and exhaust stay as it runs far too good to undo.
     
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  4. Matthew Nuttall

    Matthew Nuttall Just got it firing!

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    This bike looks awesome. Wish I was on the west coast to check it out. I just picked up a 2017 racer and need to look into doing the wheels and some sort of suspension upgrade on the front.
     
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