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V7-850 Mods Q&A

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ey where can I actually get parts at for the new 2021 v7 850 stone? I can't find nothing on search engine.
What exactly are you looking for?
Per my prior post, plan is to get one of these in house to start R&D. If someone can state that the V7 III mufflers fit and work, you can use the V7 III sorting tool on our STORE link above, and here; https://gtmotocycles.com/collections/all-products/model_v7-iii?sort_by=title-ascending -- for sure I know the rear shocks will not work. I just confirmed the forks are the same, so the fork kit listings there will work.
Fueling fixes will only be once I have one in house on the dyno.
 

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I bought an OEM "touring" windscreen for my new V7 Stone E5 directly from Pogliani Shop in Italy. Part number 2S001568. Cost me $230.99 including shipping. Took about 2 weeks to arrive.

Also, the parts book for this bike, part GU214, is now out. I downloaded it from another well-known MG vendor. It's immensely valuable for determining which parts are carried over from the V7III.
 

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What exactly are you looking for?
Per my prior post, plan is to get one of these in house to start R&D. If someone can state that the V7 III mufflers fit and work, you can use the V7 III sorting tool on our STORE link above, and here; https://gtmotocycles.com/collections/all-products/model_v7-iii?sort_by=title-ascending -- for sure I know the rear shocks will not work. I just confirmed the forks are the same, so the fork kit listings there will work.
Fueling fixes will only be once I have one in house on the dyno.
Is there agostini slip on available yet? Will be looking for sissy bar with luggage rack for sure in future. Will be looking for a tune as well. This bike is a keeper to me.
 

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I bought an OEM "touring" windscreen for my new V7 Stone E5 directly from Pogliani Shop in Italy. Part number 2S001568. Cost me $230.99 including shipping. Took about 2 weeks to arrive.

Also, the parts book for this bike, part GU214, is now out. I downloaded it from another well-known MG vendor. It's immensely valuable for determining which parts are carried over from the V7III.
I ordered me a windscreen for bike already cant wait for it to come in
 

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Is there agostini slip on available yet? Will be looking for sissy bar with luggage rack for sure in future. Will be looking for a tune as well. This bike is a keeper to me.
I have a note in to them. As of now, they are not showing any, however they are made by Mistral, so likely soon coming. I can get and sell Mistral as well, but I am not a fan of their quality and fit/finish, nor often of the sound or power.
 

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I have a note in to them. As of now, they are not showing any, however they are made by Mistral, so likely soon coming. I can get and sell Mistral as well, but I am not a fan of their quality and fit/finish, nor often of the sound or power.
Yeah I think the mistral slip ons sound alright, but the agostini way better. I was wanting a set of those or something that sounds equally as impressive, looks good, fits the bikes style.
 

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Is there agostini slip on available yet? Will be looking for sissy bar with luggage rack for sure in future. Will be looking for a tune as well. This bike is a keeper to me.

Seems like it. There's a youtube video - search:
V7 850 E5 Agostini silencers

IMO it sounds better than the Mistral and looks better. Not sure how to buy these.
 

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Out of curiosity, the description notes a remapping. I am assuming this is done using guzzidiag? and does the current software support ECU_MIU-G4 (V7 850 E5 uses the G4, and not the G3)
 

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Here's video with some exhaust sounds of motiv cycle works slip on exhaust. Its a very free flowing exhaust and will not work with stock ecu fueling. But once tune becomes available hope to have much better running bike and sounding than stock.

 

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Here's a video with my crappy pixel 3a that won't let me record videos in landscape. I'll take another video with the wife's new iphone sometime tomorrow.

This is not the same bike that I bought a few months ago. This is a completely different experience. Better performance , 1st, 2nd gear are meatier. The bike is not running hot anymore. The sound is just perfect. Not too loud not too quiet. DB killers are on. It truly transformed the bike. And it's not struggling to turnover in the heat anymore.
 
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Here's a video with my crappy pixel 3a that won't let me record videos in landscape. I'll take another video with the wife's new iphone sometime tomorrow.

This is not the same bike that I bought a few months ago. This is a completely different experience. Better performance , 1st, 2nd gear are meatier. The bike is not running hot anymore. The sound is just perfect. Not too loud not too quiet. DB killers are on. It truly transformed the bike. And it's not struggling to turnover in the heat anymore.


Do you got a tune?
 

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Nope. Not required.
Exhausting (no pun intended). So that we keep this on factual track, as I've said now for 2 decades, a bone stock bike can be made to run better, so any mods have a greater need. Best not to state "feel" as a basis of what the motor needs. I can promise you it needs a revised map based on air/fuel data. Read the Reviews here; https://gtmotocycles.com/products/gt-motocycles-v7-v9-ecu-re-flash-tool - read it and believe the 58 reviews (or not.)
 
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