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deadpen69

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  1. @FreyZI Good Evening, Please remove my name from the list. I'm no longer interested. Thanks
  2. That's what I call fast! arrived safe & sound today. Thanks again, can't wait to check it out.
  3. pm sent regarding shift extender, Thanks
  4. MG Cycle has them: 02517700 - $18.58 - Aluminum Eagle emblem, alternator cover, various uses GU02517700 [02517700] : MG Cycle, Moto Guzzi Parts and Accessories available online at MGCycle.com
  5. It's not my bike but I think this exhaust is about as cool as any I've seen on a V-11
  6. I don't know if this is matte or what? More of a satin and certainly not gloss, but it was made by Guzzi so if they match your old pillion cover/booty hump one could assume the weave, color and sheen would be similar. Assuming never got anyone in trouble, right? Eager to see what he comes up with. Thanks for doing the footwork. Much appreciated
  7. Good evening, If I'm understanding you correctly, they would come out of the mold high gloss and a clear matte, semi- gloss or whatever would be applied by the end user? If we could come in $220 or better and it pretty closely matches my screen. You guys can count me in for one. I'd be super interested to see a sample of what the CF surface will look like.
  8. MG Cycle- Part #: 02117500. This is the throttle cable for a V10 Centauro. It's 5 inches longer otherwise identical. I also bought a couple 1" hydraulic extensions (SKU:27819) from Helibars.com to help reduce strain on my brake and clutch lines.
  9. Nice job on the bracket.
  10. I looked at the two different subframes and I see what you're saying docc. I think I'd choose whichever option that didn't require me drilling the case! twice
  11. My 2001 has the boss. Seems to me Tinus89 had the right idea. Rather than fit a whole new swingarm.
  12. I would think any decent metal fab guy could make quick work of the bracket. Especially if he had the bell housing bracket to work to. I wouldn't want to be drilling holes in the spine. This is the best look I could get at the 4 bolt holes. This is from the left side facing forward
  13. My tag is marked 6-2000 and my frame is equipped with the tab. I guess we've already figured out the early 2000's was not a good time for Moto Guzzi! What a bummer. @laurent I would be happy to try and pull some good measurements for you as I have an unmolested tab with nothing mounted to it presently. Let me know.
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