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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. mnguzzi

    mnguzzi Tuned and Synch'ed

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    2014 V7, ZGULWUA09EM200129, purchased July of '14. Mods so far, GT-Rx 2>1 Exhaust, ECU reflash, Dart Flyscreen, Bar End mirrors. Soon to have Matris Fork Kit and Race Tech shocks. First motorcycle, 2500 miles on it so far.
    Apologies for the pic, it is not very nice outside. Perhaps I will try for a better one when MN decides to start spring.
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  2. lolobebel

    lolobebel Just got it firing!

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    Hello all
    Here is a shot of my brand new Stone '15. Love it :)
    I'm waiting for the sun to have a real ride, because rain and new tires are not good friends.
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  3. Fredward

    Fredward Just got it firing!

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    Hey everyone. Just picket up my 2015 stone today. First bike ever. Put 27 miles on it today. VIN# ZGULWUA06FM200302. Lovin it so far.
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  4. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member

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    Thanks for posting... and well on your way to some awesome mods. ;) Post often!
    Congrats on the purchase(!), and welcome to the GT Forum and Famiglia. Pics are great, post again soon!
    Thanks for the picture post... and congrats! Same as above, and care to post the VIN# and related similar to the first post of this thread? You can send to me direct as well.
     
  5. Bob Ponticelli

    Bob Ponticelli Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    In Route from Seattle to Tampa FL
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  6. tonupman55

    tonupman55 Just got it firing!

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    Thought I'd add the pic of me on my 2013 V7R. Admittedly a older pic but thought I'd add to the registery. Vin # is : ZGULWU027DM200194 - #741

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  7. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member

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    Thanks for the info. Care to list your real name and date of purchase?
     
  8. tonupman55

    tonupman55 Just got it firing!

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    Not a problem Todd.. I'm Alan Whetton residing in Las Vegas, NV. I purchased my V7R from now defunct dealer A-Team Motorcycles here in town. Date of purchase was around June of 2013. Problem now is where do I take my bike for anything major or for that matter whenever it needs to be hooked up to be re-mapped or for diagnostics..!!??
     
  9. tonupman55

    tonupman55 Just got it firing!

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  10. Carlos Campos Perera

    Carlos Campos Perera Just got it firing!

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    Damoru, pensé que habías vendido tu moto, que gusto saber que la conservas y que la has seguido customizando, te felicito está preciosa, siempre ha sido mi inspiración.
    Saludos desde México.
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  11. Slater

    Slater Just got it firing!

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    Bill: Can you give me any advice on mounting the Baak eliminator? I just got mine and it doesn't seem like the slanted brackets on the V7 line up with the flat holes on the eliminator. Can you show a pic of how it mounts? The french haven't been much help :\.
    Thanks,
    Brian
     
  12. damoru

    damoru Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Its a never ending process, man!! ;)

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  13. jennygirl

    jennygirl Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Well I am almost done with the first round of aesthetic tweaks, so I feel like it's time to post up a few pics of my green guzzi, a 2015 V7S

    Mods
    • Mistral exhaust w/ DEI header wrap
    • Tarozzi high rise clipons
    • Napoleon mirrors
    • GT dash drop kit
    • GT fender eliminator & smoke taillight
    • BMC air filter
    • GT ECU reflash
    • Stock rear grab bars

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  14. tonupman55

    tonupman55 Just got it firing!

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    Beautiful job Jenny, all of your mods look awesome !! I also keep vasilating about dropping my clocks on my V7R. Just a observation but your Napolian mirrors..did you intend to install them the way you did ? I only ask as my Halcyon's are very similar and you would get a little more rear view coverage if you turned them 180 degree's on their stalks. Are those the original rear turn signals used.?
    Happy and safe riding !!
     
  15. jennygirl

    jennygirl Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Thanks tonupman! Appreciate the kind words on the aesthetic choices I've made so far!

    To answer your questions: I have the napoleons rotated inward like that so I can minimize my width. Here in California lane splitting is the name of the game. I'm actually waiting for these round mirrors to show up in the mail- they attach where the stock ones do. I'm getting those instead because I still feel I am a bit too wide with the napoleons. To finish the bars I am getting a pair of Todd's CNC levers, because the stock levers will be the next widest thing once I switch the mirrors. And yes, the rear turn signals are the stock ones. The GT fender eliminator has mounts for them. I just installed the fender eliminator this afternoon, still have yet to ride the bike with it installed!

    Happy and safe riding to you as well :)
     
  16. GerryP

    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    SWEET!!! I like what you've done. It's amazing how customizable this bike can be.
    Just got my V7 Stone home from the dealer yesterday. I'll have to register it here.
    Regards,
    Gerry
     
  17. Hugo Vose

    Hugo Vose Just got it firing!

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    Todd, just add me in your list. D.O.P 02/06/15 Vin#ZGULWUO2ODM200280 Moto Guzzi V7 racer 2013 number 812.
    Thanks
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    Thanks for the info... congrats and welcome to the GT Forum and Famiglia. Fun stable.
     
  19. tonUPRacer

    tonUPRacer Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    Tasty! I like your mods. Questions, I'm assuming those are your stock mirrors, can you actually see anything behind you in that position? Full range of steering? Where did you find the tiny leather bags and extra tank straps? Well done!
     
  20. Hugo Vose

    Hugo Vose Just got it firing!

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    todd, thanks a lot! TonUPRacer, to answer your questions first the mirror, I would say at least 75% visibility better than no mirrors at all, 25% relied on my neck turning. Second Extra tank straps, any leather belt that match the color same with my headlights and the plastic rear (#7), coz one thing attracts me with this bike is the leather belts which i never seen in any latest classic bike designs. Last, leather bags got from thrifty stores, and put some moto guzzi logos to make looks real. My concept is to create something inexpensive mods at the same time not ruin the design integrity of the classic cafe racer. Infact, I did my crash bar made of metal tubes from lowes, just cut and put some carbon fiber on it. (see attachments). IMAG0377.jpg IMAG0376.jpg IMAG0378.jpg IMAG0379.jpg
     

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