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Speedfrog

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  1. Beautiful bike! Welcome to the hive Sam!
  2. PerSnickety... Damn, I had to look it up!! For a minute I thought, that’s the sound of your engine with loose valve lash... Where else can you enrich your vocabulary with technical terms as such?! Love it!
  3. On the older model, the computer cable with USB-A plug was attached permanently to the interface and you needed an adapter to connect to a tablet or a phone. Nowadays a lot of laptop have USB-C ports as well, so I guess they upgraded the interface with a USB-B port to plug in the proper USB cable directly, eliminating the need for any adapter. Note that Lonelec sells the different USB cables separetely for a couple of bucks each so you could essentially make your interface ready for all type of USB connections. I'm not sure that you can run GuzziDiag on an iPad, my understanding is that there only is an Android version for mobile devices. I could be wrong though... it's happened before... Edit: No Android version of GuzziDiag exists at this time. If you want to run it on a tablet it has to be a Windows tablet.
  4. Here is the direct link to the “Guzzi” cables. https://www.lonelec.com/product/guzzidiag-3pin-interface-cable-kit/ All you have to do is choose an option for the cable to plug to your computer/tablet/phone. The original cables came with USB-A plug attached for standard PC connection. I’d go for that, you can always use an adapter if you want to plug into a tablet/phone.
  5. To do a TPS adjustment, you need to loosen the 2 screws that fasten it to the throttle body and rotate it until you read your desired output - 157mV. It's pretty sensitive, we are talking micro adjustment here. Only loosen the screws enough to allow rotation while maintaining some tension. Your output might jump around when you tighten the screws back so you might need to rinse and repeat until locked in. And definetely read and follow docc procedure in Decent Tune-up: https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?/topic/19610-decent-tune-up/
  6. One could fairly easily fabricate their own fender eliminator /license plate holder /tail tidy or whatever you wanna call it... Here is an interesting idea/drawing that could be implemented as is or used for inspiration. Fender Eliminator Bracket.pdf
  7. Yes, fun memories with that car… Then I finally had to scrap it when the fuel tank developed leaks due to rust… Enjoy your GTV!
  8. That was my dream car as a young driver… I had a ‘74 Alphasud, the poor man Alpha Romeo. Great fun to drive but I it literally just rusted away.
  9. Premium prices even considering the shipping is included. But then it comes from the motherland...
  10. If you already have the powder then by all mean, use that.
  11. That is great, thank you Chuck! Take your time, finish your flying machine, no hurry on my side, don’t just go take off into the sunset... On the finish side of things, would it be possible to have a satin black instead of flat? That’s how I’m having all my little parts that sit in the background refinished.
  12. OK, let's close that deal, I'll take two to make it ten. I personally would prefer mines in black, powder coated if possible. IIRC Chuck made a run of powder coated ones, otherwise I'll take them raw as I have a bunch of parts to send to the PC. @Chuck? And thanks to everyone who raised their hands for this!
  13. I’m telling the truth, very, slowly 내가 다가갈게 천천히, 아주 천천히 손짓만으로 알 수가 있지 너가 얼마나 착한 애인지
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