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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

wthammond

Tuned and Synch'ed
GT Contributor
Joined
Mar 15, 2017
Messages
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Location
Magnolia, TX
I put fewer miles on mine than almost anyone. ~1,400 after 24 months. I commute to work on it daily however. Issue is I work 2 miles from home. Weekends are filled with a variety of interests like running, tennis, golf, tandem bicycling, and I try to fit a ride on my V7 in there somewhere......we usually take it to tennis. :>
Sounds like a pretty full life Bob! At least your getting on the bike every day even if only 2 miles. Have to say I'm jealous. I only have a 14 mile commute, but it is a straight shot on a congested 2 lane road. Not fun in the heat on any MC, much less an air cooled one. Cheers!
 

Sean_Kelly

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Nov 17, 2016
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Location
Riverside, CA
Hey guys, haven't had time to upload on the registry yet, too busy riding!

2016 V7 II D.O.P. 11.23.2016 Upland, CA (Bought from Brea, original owner)

VIN: ZGULWUB07GM200440

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My friend decided to go the triumph route instead.

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GTM®

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GT di Razza Pura
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Location
Malibu
Took delivery of the Mk III late yesterday. Just got a short spin on it, but some quick notes:
Refinement, refinement, refinement. And it's really showing. Engine power (with 3 miles on it) is much improved over even the Mk II. In addition to the notes on the post above, the fueling is start and ride away; Light years better than any previously. Lively motor power wise... a touch less "grunt" than the 850cc V9, but still signs off fairly early like the Heron head I & II.
The new shorter (repositioned) KYB rear shocks are also markedly improved, not great, but better. Forks are the same horrible Kaifa units.
What is evident is the platform sharing hardware. Same (oddly larger) triple trees (hence longer wheelbase and motor to tire gap), as well as footgear from the V9. Frustratingly enough they kept the old frame/narrow swingarm & wheels. Why not go to modern sizes and width finally?
The new seat is lower and better padded with a really nice thick seat material. The lower seat makes the tank feel larger. It's the same size of course. I'll be posting some more notes after I get some miles on it. Then off to the dyno and digging into the exhaust and related.
It will of course be plugged into the RentAGuzzi Fleet shortly as well (click pic below).
Anyone want our V7 II Stone? It is now up for sale, and is running the best it ever has. Contact me for details or I'll be sticking it on the Classifieds here soon.

 

Kyuss

Just got it firing!
Joined
Mar 1, 2017
Messages
23
Location
Adirondacks
My newly rescued and adopted V7 at home in the Adirondacks for a free range lifestyle with plenty of land and roads for exercise.

Tail tidy
Agostini Pipes
Bars lowered
Seat foam shaved/reshaped

Next project... motogadget tiny to clean lines up and remove giant 1980's looking gauge cluster. Oh, and engine crash bars first and foremost on list.

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ToyGuzzi

Just got it firing!
Joined
Apr 17, 2017
Messages
2
Location
Richmond, CA
Nice. Do you like the Pazzo Shorty's? I just added to my 2014 and took a couple days to get use to the short clutch......no diff noticed on the short brake.
It's adjustable and is now set to 5 and I like it a lot. At first I tried settings 1-3 and that was too short for my liking. BTW, lovely bike you got there :)
 

Bob Ponticelli

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Mar 24, 2015
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Tampa FL 33602
It's adjustable and is now set to 5 and I like it a lot. At first I tried settings 1-3 and that was too short for my liking. BTW, lovely bike you got there :)
Mine is set to 5 as well. Congrats on your new ride and thx....done many little tweaks. The nice thing about these are that they are inexpensive and IMO allows you to add some "toys" without really breaking the bank.
 

Poppe

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Apr 28, 2016
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314
Location
Los Angeles
Tyler Poppe - Los Angeles, CA - Got it May 6th, 2016.

ZGULWUA04FM200458 - 2015 V7 Stone - New at purchase.

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GTM®

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My newly rescued and adopted V7 at home in the Adirondacks for a free range lifestyle with plenty of land and roads for exercise.
Nice, congrats! My Guzzi Jackal started it's life in New England including the Guzzi Rally in your area back then.
Can you post the VIN# and info for the first post of the thread?
 

GTM®

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My first bike - 2016 Guzzi V7 Stone II silver
Congrats and welcome to the GT Forum and Guzzi Famiglia.
Hope you'll post your full info for the first post if this thread including VIN#.
 

GTM®

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whats with the vin #'s?
It just helps keep track of the owner for questions or for (fun) interest down the road to see where your bike has lived since new. On the big blocks, having access to the previous owners may come in handy for the User Codes to access the ECU/Dash.
There are many Registries like it all over the World for other items and brands.
 

Kacey3

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Feb 20, 2017
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Location
Texas
Ok,just for the fun.... I can see posting pics and talking a bit about your bike,but whats with the vin #'s?

It could also be useful in the event that a bike is stolen, everyone on the forum would have that VIN and be able to check for any suspicious sales in their area.
 

Wisconsin v7 Racer

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Dec 22, 2014
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370
Location
Wisconsin
Moto Guzzi V7 Racer
Vin# ZGULWU027DM100502
#502
Purchased July 26 2014 new from Stock's Harley Davidson Manitowoc Wisconsin
Upgrades and accessories,
Guzzitech 2>1 exhaust
Guzzitech ECU reflash
Guzzitech V7 Speedo drop bracket
BMC air filter
Metal fuel filter
RhinoMoto bar end sliders
CRG hindsight lanesplitter bar end mirrors.
Garmin G.P.S.
Upgraded voltage regulator
Upgraded spark plug caps
Dipstick thermometer
Moto Guzzi 2up seat kit
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TBro

Just got it firing!
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Mar 22, 2017
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Location
Woodbury, MN
2016 V7 II Stone
VIN# ZGULWUB06GM200428
Purchased from Metro Motorcycle in Neenah, WI. Great dealer to work with by the way.
Accessories/Upgrades:
Agostini All Black Slip Ons(A little more expensive than the chrome tip version, but I just think they look better on the Stone)
Rhino Bar End Sliders
CRG 3.2 Lane Splitter Mirrors
MUPO Fork Spring Kit(Not installed yet)
K-Tech Razor III shocks(On order from Todd)
ECU Reflashed using the FT from Todd. Highly Recommended

Had her out today running a quick errand for the first time after the reflash. All I can say is she is a total
blast to ride. Can't wait to see how she performs after the suspension upgrades.

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