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  1. This topic is just too good to leave on a bit of a sour note...! I’ve been back revisiting all the great intake port info contained in this V11 engine discussion - unfortunately it got a little knocked off topic by old wounds but - it’s really worthwhile here for our V11’s taking note of Bill’s suggestions particularly from 6mins on... If Bill’s few interventions netted some 90 odd HP on a street 850 squarehead - one wonders what may be realised performance wise from similar minimalist 7-8mm floor raised D-porting on our large V11 ports? An 850cc sq/head outrunning a BMW R1100S
  2. From: ukbuellgroup.co.uk Guareschi Corse Moto Guzzi. Gianfranco and Vittoriano Guareschi, pictured with their 2020 GC Corse 1310cc 4-valve race machine. 2020 GC Corse 1310cc 4-valve race machine. 2020 GC Corse 1310cc 4-valve race machine.
  3. Well, under this topic What are they thinking... purloining, pilfering, pickpocketing Guzzi’s colourful history?? Oi! Get off the grass!
  4. The moody lighting isn’t really relevant for me. The price is damn high but... 115 ft. lbs. Torque would be hella lot fun! 140 HP & 10 second Quarters would be nice. If someone pulled up on one I’d be ambling over for a interested chat for sure! Good luck to him
  5. It’s been awhile... This is handy for all those who haven’t yet experienced the V85 I should add - myself included! 😝 The rider also gives some interesting observations if you feel it’s worth your 10 minutes of almost VR immersion Anyhoo... trust it’ll be useful for some
  6. The newer cylinders are different, has 0.3 mm less hight for more compression ratio (9.2 old / 9.5 new).
  7. ScuRoo

    '03 V11's

    Careful with what you assume - the actual OEM O2 sensor location is underneath on top of the usual stock crossover - with the front balancer added according to Guzzi to improve midrange. For some this’ll be an anathema - but I hold the view that the 15RC feedback modulation is an evolutionary improvement by Magneti Marelli. When married with the improved LSH24 offering higher cross count sensor speeds it performs phenomenally. Disabling feedback imo isn’t really a step forward - it’s just a shortcut means to an end. Kind of like chopping out tonsils & appendix’
  8. Adding this here as most appropriate for subject resource... As you know our V11’s are not spoilt for choice on cams - but of the options available - choosing which one can be extrapolated. 🍻
  9. Please yourself LP - don’t lose sight of the fact that Ube’s recommended tip is in ‘actuality’ now installed on my bike - the experiment has been performed - it’s been put to the test. I confirmed for myself the benefits, as recommended are real. Nothing too ‘Theorists’ about that to my mind. Everything else is just waffle, heck, it’s a forum - but the reality of implementation results is what counts. Ube is highly respected on the AG forum - he’s a Guzzi specialist mechanic. It’s only a few buck$ O2 people - yet you’ll get back 10x the results. It’s reversible - what’s not to
  10. 👍😋 Curiosity got the better of me too after I translated Ube’s post - and importantly the procedure was easy & the price was right! I also had another bung welded in on my right exhaust when mounting my MassMoto crossover so I can swap it over from left to right as I wish. (like to have two in unison if possible!) I half expected, if nothing else - I’d have merely renewed a consumable item as they are a finite component so would be no harm done. But the more you look into it - be happy not all sensors are created equal...! The LSH24 upgrade is far better for
  11. The 15RC ECU is used on O2 sensor equipped V11’s. The 15RC hardware also was used on later Breva’s, Nevada’s, Griso’s & I think the early Stelvio’s - with only the installed software mapping being specific to each model. However Tomchri, just to clarify there is nothing too slow with the Magneti Marelli 15RC ECU - only the original spec LSH15 sensor slow calibration curve input wasn’t able to keep pace with what the 15RC ECU needed to produce a smooth, stable closed loop running state. The LSH24 sensor calibration curve is 10x faster - therefore the fuelling is more accurate
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