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  1. Proud to have won "Best in Show" at 2021 National MG Rally held in Swanzey, NH with my 1973 MG 850 Eldorado. This was my first street motorbike, bought it in July 1978, restored in 2020. Thus began my love of all things Moto Guzzi.
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  2. My TENNI after a winter tuning. Painted rear parts of body and spoiler
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  4. The venerable green body and red pork chops, and those trick valve covers.....Oh Momma!
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  5. New LED tailight carefully frenched into the rear of the tail with a custom made steel number plate hanger carrying the superbright LED micro indicators.. This really helped to tidy up the rear of the bike. The tailight has a clear bottom section which illuminates the license plate.
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  6. Thanks for your positive comments guys! Its based on a 2003 Ballabio. It has a much modified replica Ducati fairing with custom mounts. The idea was to create a bike that looked like it could have come from the factory. There a lots of subtle detail changes to give the bike a cleaner more aggressive look. The colour is Kawasaki candy burnt orange code 17L with a charcoal grey centre stripe and airbrushed logos. The centre crossover was custom made in stainless to match the new head pipes (the fronr cross pipe was removed). The silencers are Delkevic 350mm stainless ovals with the dk killers removed. It not too loud but has a lovely deep burble!
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  7. In this case, I guess you can have your cake and ride it, too! What an awesome cake! Who made it?
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  8. Passo Maniva nord Italy near Garda lake Start to Terrazza del Brivido to Ledro lake to Passo Maniva https://goo.gl/maps/xdwuRPAAgAv19ZA6A
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  9. Sorry docc it was something for a member in a PM who's sorting out a running issue. It shows the percentage of fuel trim on a std v11 map with regards to engine temp and the temp step points. Ciao
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  10. Look at that smile! Bigger than that magnificent Eldorado!
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  11. Wow! That's a Greenie on steroids. Love it!
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  12. this was the Ballabio donor bike it is based on!
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  13. Great looking Rosso Mandello
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  14. Hello Kane, My Daughter has been making custom cakes for a while, just a hobby!
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  16. superb conversion. and a nice reflection of your talents.
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  17. Hello. Yes MY 2003 but made in 2002.
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  18. Where did you find this cover? It is fantastic!
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  19. Great shot, Canonman! It really shows what a bad-ass bike the V11 is. Is that the same bike as in your other Tenni photos? What a cool bike. Great color scheme.
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  20. That is going to be a stunner...… and if it sounds anything like the RS with a set of Staintunes its going to be awesome. Send me picks when completed. PS Is the motor and trans complete and from what model?
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  21. That is a BEAUTIFUL piece of art......
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  22. Intense! Love it! So edgy!
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  23. I've been speaking English for 60 + and it is still goofy
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  24. Yup. But I had to clean up the vector file to get the wing length to center with the tail... and then center the text. Its the little things that make all the difference to me.
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  25. The stacks are from PJMotorsports@frontier.com item# pjm-vs4 $29.95 each (they need to be lacquered or anodized but are a perfect fit) The filters are K&N RA-050V (these offer maximum size with clearance all around.) They are fit together by flattening the rolled edge of the velocity stack (mostly for looks) and drilling many 1/16 holes on the flat of the filter to create a mechanical bond for epoxy. They are simple slip fit as I chose to leave the filter neck on to have more bonding area and wanted an easy and positive fit. I know that there will be folks who will rightly poo-poo the underutilization of the flow of stack, to them I say "meh".(the inside diameter of the pod neck is still larger than the i.d. of the stack) The sender is from S and S Classics and is a V-Three unit that has 3 wires 8 pulses and work with almost every electric speedo including VDO. It needed a thread bushing adaptor I had to make ( I couldn't find it anywhere) 7/8-mpt to M16-1.0 to mate to the Motoguzzi output. It also needed the drive key lengthened by 3mm which was done with a TIG and filed back to shape.
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