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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

roadscum

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All I can say John is WOW, that a beauty! I want one and I want it now, and I'd enjoy the ride in SD. Ya got some great riding there in the Black Hills.

Paul
 

MOLT

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I agree, roadscum. I still want that blue Special badly even with my beloved Stornello. Well, I suppose it's just the beginning of my future collection. Lol!

And great mileage for 6 weeks. Keep on keeping on friend! :cool:
 

GTM®

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Six weeks old, 2500 miles. This is a great little motorcycle, no regrets.
Congrats John! Do I have your info for the first post of this thread(?) -- VIN#, etc if you can or direct email; Todd at GuzziTech.com
 

roadscum

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"I still want that blue Special badly even with my beloved Stornello. Well, I suppose it's just the beginning of my future collection." I hear ya loud and clear, Motorcycles are like $$$ and sex, ya can get too much!

Paul
 

cadyfatcat

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Just thought I would throw my bike in the ring here

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After 5500 miles modifications include:

Heated winged seat from Russell Day Long
Hagon Nitro rear shocks
Slight raise in handle bar height with universal raisers
Givi A603 windscreen
Highway pegs
 

GerryP

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Just thought I would throw my bike in the ring here

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After 5500 miles modifications include:

Heated winged seat from Russell Day Long
Hagon Nitro rear shocks
Slight raise in handle bar height with universal raisers
Givi A603 windscreen
Highway pegs


Hey, that your bike up at Hamlin's shop on Saturday, right? I don't remember seeing you there?

Gerry
 

Bill Hagan

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"I still want that blue Special badly even with my beloved Stornello. Well, I suppose it's just the beginning of my future collection." I hear ya loud and clear, Motorcycles are like $$$ and sex, ya can get too much!

Paul

"Motorcycles are like $$$ and sex, ya can get too much!"

Uhm.

You sure that's what you meant? :giggle:

Bill

P.S. As long as I am in this V7 thread, hoping to add a Stornello to Todd's list and my harem this or next week. :clap:
 

scottmastrocinque

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Just thought I would throw my bike in the ring here

View attachment 12746

After 5500 miles modifications include:

Heated winged seat from Russell Day Long
Hagon Nitro rear shocks
Slight raise in handle bar height with universal raisers
Givi A603 windscreen
Highway pegs


I had a Russell Day Long Saddle on my 1981 BMW R100RT. Ugliest saddle ever made but damn was it the most comfortable thing I ever sat on. I put 80k miles on that saddle. The new version on your bike looks a little more stylish but they still are not what anybody would call "pretty" saddles.

Nice bike!
 

roadscum

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Ooooop's, good eye's Bill! :rock:
At times my old fingers just don't keep up with my brain..... and it seems to be functioning slooooower each da. :sweating:

Paul
 
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cadyfatcat

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@scottmastrocinque Agreed but you don't have to look at it when you're sitting on it ; )

@GerryP Yes it was! I was not there though, had dropped it off and picked it up after hours.

@vagrant The Hagon Nitro's are definitely a good upgrade over stock, probably the most improved aspect is dampening, hitting frost heaves on the highway is not nearly as jarring as it was with the stock set up, and definitely holds the ground better in corners on sketchy pavement
 

Bill Hagan

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Mine, on way back to Virginia yesterday afternoon from dealer in Accident (I'm not making that up! :giggle:), Maryland.


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Could not ride (other than an ebullient victory lap around the Moto Grappa) last night when I got home, and can't today as just had a "procedure." :cry:

Hope to get in a short romp in tomorrow, but, as we are out of town 'til next weekend, may be a psychologically difficult period for a bit. [Bill whines pitiably, and looks for little sobbing violinist emoticon. ;) ]

Will post VIN, etc., Todd, soon.

Bill
 
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