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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. Moto_Max

    Moto_Max Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    per year of the bike. so 1000 for 2011, 1000 for 2016...
     
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  2. Dennis F.

    Dennis F. Just got it firing!

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    I don't know how many racers have been built in the first V7-series. There is no 1.000-Limit on my plate, just the number 312.
    They must have built a few thousand of those V7s, but afaIk, only the Racers have those plates?!

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    Thats my Racer (beside my Triumph Tiger 800) - I loooove my little Guzzi :inlove:
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    Greetings,

    Dennis
     
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  3. Bob Ponticelli

    Bob Ponticelli Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    Perhaps....I wonder if they really build that many....don't they produce fewer than 10K bikes a year across all models? May be they started over with the new 1TB design? No idea just a thought.
     
  4. Dennis F.

    Dennis F. Just got it firing!

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    Same thought here... has to be like that.
     
  5. Emir

    Emir Tuned and Synch'ed

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    less is more worthy.
    in fact i dont wanna ride a bike which you can see at everycorner.
    In my city racer is the only one for now :) that's real cool.
     
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  6. Moto_Max

    Moto_Max Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    That's why I don't ride a Triumph :wasntme:
     
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    pokeyjoe High Miler

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    Couple of recent shots. A lot changes in a year.

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    elkgrichard High Miler

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    So what changed?

    Bike looks real nice. Love that red tank with that white.

    Got my bike back from the shop and had a nice ride couple days ago. Really missed the bike, felt great to do a ride on her. Love these bikes. Not without issues but they sure are fun to ride. Something about the way they feel on the open road.

    Side note: When I was in the Navy my ship was just a couple hundred or few hundred yards over form that ship. Only was in Long Beach for a couple months and then went on to Shore Duty. Prior to the ship being docked over in Long Beach we were down in San Diego. Loved it down there. Can't beat the weather.
     
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    pokeyjoe High Miler

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    Handlebars (Todd's LSL Speed Bars), mirrors, OEM rearsets (matching passengers pegs), suspension (Matris in back, Andreani in front), chopped the license plate bracket, Agostini exhaust, and, of course, Todd's reflash. There are a couple Racer bits and bobs on there, too.
     
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    elkgrichard High Miler

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    You did a bunch of stuff to that bike. NICE!!!

    Couple more months and it'll be time to plan some rides.

    I'm still thinking about heading back up to Idaho/Montana area.
     
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    pokeyjoe High Miler

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    I'd love to get my bike up to Montana. I don't know if I could do it, though. The longest trip I've ever taken is 350 miles (Billings to Missoula). I did OK, but I was 18.
     
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    elkgrichard High Miler

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    I'm 63 years old and last year on my Triumph Bonneville returning home from Utah I pulled a 670 mile day. Granted I did take some Advil that day. LOL. You can do it, you should go up there with me.
     
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    Adding pics for our friend @vagrant:


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    trialsn Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    That exhaust is beautiful!
     
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    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    vagrant Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    thanks, I've been looking for years but HATE matte finish tanks. Italian bikes need to bright red.
     
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    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Sweet Guzzi.jpg
    EXACTLY why I got my 2015 Stone vs waiting a few months for the 2016's.

    That's NOT me in the background and I did turn the bags around .
     
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    Emir Tuned and Synch'ed

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    The arrow exhaust look real good. also the color of the wheels. is it custom painted ?
     
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    GerryP Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Emir,

    Yes the wheels were powder coated gold as they could not match the guzzi red. At some point I'd like to do the 'heads" red.

    Hope you're enjoying your ride,

    Gerry
     
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    vagrant Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    what brand and size bags are those.
     

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