Those look really cool. Although I do almost all my own wrenching, so I'd be building my own.
I do really like what you've done with the V11s there, they look fantastic. I've been eyeing the big bore kit for my V7 as well.
Congrats and welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia. Enzo and Tim at Cadre are good people. You're lucky to be so close to them.Stoked to have my first bike and join the MG community! It's a 2016 V7 II Stone ABS that I picked up here in Cincinnati, OH from Cadre Cycle. Had ~1,300 miles on it so practically brand new!
VIN - ZGULWUB05GM200145
I've been looking into all the mods/fixes I can do and thinking first about the brake reservoir cap, fuel filter, oil sump, exhaust, and tune. Looking forward to the recommendations and learning more
Hey guys.. I have a related question..
I just bought my first Guzzi (first bike in general, new rider) off Craigslist.. Emailed the guy at 3am and picked up the bike the next morning at 10am, so didn't do the research I should have and since I was really only looking for a Triumph I knew next to nothing about MG. Anyways, it was listed as a 2015 V7 ii Stone, I did look that year up and knew it had ABS but I did notice the Craigslist listing didn't have ABS, wasn't a deal breaker for me it was a good deal and I wanted it as soon as I saw it.
Now that I have it, looking at parts, manuals and stuff I started to realize that I didn't think this was a 2015, but a 2014. I checked the VIN and it comes up as a 2015 but the stamped date on the head stock says 5-2014. Again, not a deal breaker but as I start looking for custom parts/accessories I am a bit confused on what to order. Also, if I ever decide to sell her I should know what to say.
Any advice or insight?
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Flipped bars, rear fender delete, are those the GTech stubby pipes ?
No they’re clubman bars that are narrower and an aggressive drop.
Yupp k-town fender eliminator, though I will be switching to Todd’s. LP was lost due to poor design.
Yes those are the stubby’s and they are deafening, but it’s the only way I would have it. The sound is glorious!
they'll be telling stories about youLOL,
There is a sound clip of the Stubby’ online and they do sound Great, but Todd scared me off saying the were Very LOUD., is not that I’m opposed to scaring small children, but I have to live here
Heh, true on all.they'll be telling stories about you
Jokes aside, they are loud, they set off the alarms where I live, and if it crackles on downshifts. It will make your ears ring.
Congrats and welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia.Just got my first Moto Guzzi, V7II Stone.
2016 VIN# ZGULWUB01GM200580 (Portland, OR)
Added the Baak side plates and plan to do a fender eliminator
Updated! Thanks!Congrats and welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia.
The side covers are OEM; https://gtmotocycles.com/products/oem-v7r-side-covers -- be sure to check out our online STORE tab above for all of your wants/needs.
Hope to see you post often.
Congrats and welcome subin! Thanks for posting your info, and hope to see you posting often.2019 V7 III Stone Night Pack
Bought it from OC Motorcycle, Costa Mesa, California with a trade-in.