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V7 Registry & Picture thread -- ADD YOUR BIKE

Xtrythis1

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I'm so thankful already for this forum! Its nice to find the support when there is not a ton of Guzzi support in Minnesota.
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I live in Minneapolis and bought my V7III from California. It's fancy color name is Bronzo Levigato.

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Wow! Great looking color! Haven't seen this one yet!
 

greer

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2021 V7 850 Special ZGUKZUB08MM000150
Purchased July 29, 2021
Sarah Greer, Glasgow KY

Thanks for adding me to the list. As others have reported, there's a "whoosh" when opening the fuel cap. I don't see how that can be a good thing. I'll stay tuned for news on the evap delete.

Sarah
 

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2021 V7 850 Special ZGUKZUB08MM000150
Purchased July 29, 2021
Sarah , Glasgow KY

Thanks for adding me to the list. As others have reported, there's a "whoosh" when opening the fuel cap. I don't see how that can be a good thing. I'll stay tuned for news on the evap delete.

Sarah

Welcome, nice new 850.
Are those the stock rear shocks - they look like they are all spring :p?
I’m guessing you adjusted them to lower the bike, I also get a glimpse of fork above the TT.
You have to make It comfortable!

How do you like it so far ?

Don
 

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2021 V7 850 Special ZGUKZUB08MM000150
Purchased July 29, 2021
Sarah Greer, Glasgow KY
Thanks for adding me to the list. As others have reported, there's a "whoosh" when opening the fuel cap. I don't see how that can be a good thing. I'll stay tuned for news on the evap delete.
Hi Sarah, congrats(!) and thanks for posting. As I always say, welcome to the GT Forum & Guzzi Famiglia!
Yes, as soon as I get get my hands on the 7-850, we'll be getting to work on the evap, exhaust, fueling and related mods!
 

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p.s. Remarkable that the read count on this thread is approaching 350k views!
 

greer

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Welcome, nice new 850.
Are those the stock rear shocks - they look like they are all spring :p?
I’m guessing you adjusted them to lower the bike, I also get a glimpse of fork above the TT.
You have to make It comfortable!

How do you like it so far ?

Don

Hi Don,

I only have about 200 miles on the bike, and I like it very much. Yep, those are the factory shocks, and the factory height on the fork tubes, too. Anybody found a parts fiche for the V7 850? I wonder if they changed the fork springs, too. Thanks for the warm welcome.

Sarah
 
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