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  2. Meinolfs last comment on the air intake on the German forum / March 2018: http://www.guzzi-forum.de/Forum/index.php?topic=42323.0 " . . . Such changes become visible only, if the performance is measured on a test bench before/after or the effects on the lambda value are measured while riding. I had practiced that a few years ago on a V11. There was the "doctrine" that removing the intake snorkels of the air box provides significantly better air flow. A test based on lambda values showed the opposite. Without snorkels, lambda dropped in many throttle opening values. This means, that the ai
  3. Hi "BMEPdoc", (the Apriliaforum expert). (V11 Scura + Aprilia RSV C.E.R. on our backyard) Meinolf has spent "hundreds of hours" optimizing his V11 (with 15M ecu) and in reverse engineering the 15M "inner soul" on his "15M test board". Interestingly, as with the RSV CER, the stock airbox seems to be a good choice. https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19216&page=2 (Post #17)
  4. The "Lucky Phil Extension Mod, made by Chuck" -owners club here in Finland would be eager to get such a retro-fit-kit :-)
  5. I still have the Ducati Energia regulator, the 30A amp fuse doesn't like the huge amperage of it too much - the voltage seems to be OK, allthough I have a LiFePo -battery. " If using a thyristor type voltage regulator and it fails, upgrading to a mosfet based voltage regulator will offer longer lifespan and better charging system performance. Heat buildup in the voltage regulator kills the SCRs, whereas mosfets are more efficient and reliable. In general the mosfet design is better suited for the voltage regulator application demands. " https://shoraipower.com/index.php?path=&page=Ov
  6. I did this trip actually few years ago...there are so many possibilities on the way... The greatest passes I rode were Stelvio and Gavia. @Scud: I sent your eMail address privately to Martin (V11 LeMans Tenni), who lives in Nürnberg.
  7. I was "insolent" enough to link this to the bro's at the German V11 Forum. I surf around that Forum too, the guys there are as nice and friendly as the Guzzistas always are.
  8. As far as I understand, there are only two options left upwards (I have now 10 N/mm). Guzzi# (Öhlins-#)-XX: 04745 (08701)-80 / 8.0 N/mm 04745 (08701)-85 / 8.5 N/mm 04745 (08701)-90 / 9.0 N/mm * from factory * 04745 (08701)-95 / 9.5 N/mm 04745 (08701)-10 / 10.0 N/mm
  9. Factory Spec Card is here:http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=18805&page=7 (from Scud) "Spring 4745-90". 4745-90 = 9.0 N/mm.
  10. Could it be this one from Grisoghetto? I remember also a known German specialist (HT-Moto, retired some years ago) saying me that it is not the clutch, it is the gearbox... But when the single plate clutch makes the noises vice versa (noisy when lever pulled)... " So let's get down and dirty with Guzzi clutches. Essentially they are fairly bulletproof. Sure, because they are bought from the cheapest supplier you can tell that they are built to pretty much the lowest acceptable standard but on the whole all of them, from the old twin plater used on the 2VPC models through to the sin
  11. My conception about the noise when the clutch lever is released (standard double plate clutch): When the clutch lever is released, following parts snug up and build up one “single” unit inside the flywheel: two friction plates, one intermediate plate and one pressure plate. This “single unit weight” is oscillating inside the flywheel (the outer gears of the pressure plate and intermediate plate against the inner gears of the flywheel) and makes the noise.
  12. So, your Scura has a KS VIN? Is your number #672? => Yes. Are you saying Moto Guzzi changed to "KS" when the "LongFrame" was introduced with the additionally braced front subframe and lower rear subframe that connects forward to the bottom of the engine case => This was jut my thought – I have no facts about this. I had always thought, that “KR” = short frame, “KS” = long frame. Maybe a KS frame doesn't have fuel pump mounting tabs => You mean the version, where the fuel pump was sideways at the front? I have never checked or noticed these... I understand that all of the Scuras hav
  13. Here also, my understanding is, that allthough Guzzi used to continue the special "limited" series bikes if there was demand for them (like in the beginning, Rosso Mandellos had the number on the side fairing), all of the Scuras have their "limited edition number" on the top triple clamp. Since at those times (2002) the change from the KR chassis to the KS chassis took place, could it be, that the earlier bikes have the KR chassis and the later have the KS chassis? Do the "KR" Scuras have the added chassis parts? How high is the "limited edition" number of a Scura, which has the "KR" -vin (
  14. As far as I know, all the Scuras are "KS" bikes (for example Rosso Mandellos were still "KR"). All Motors of all V11s are "KR". If you type your VIN here: http://static.piaggio.com/recall/form-piaggio_en.html, you should get as an answer: "The sent VIN number is: ZGUKSXXXXXXX….This chassis number corresponds to vehicle V11 SPORT SCURA..." Here's the official spare part catalogue, where all the Scura specific parts are separately marked: http://www.af1racing.com/store/ProdImages/st3/GU013.pdf. These fine people (AF1 Racing) by the way have all the V11 official spare part catalogues there, dow
  15. I had always thought, that the windshield is identical on V11 models, but according the original Piaggio spare part books the spare part numbers look like this: 1999-2001: GU01575 340 Windshield (apparently this was optional, the first grey on the picture above?) 2001-2002: GU01977 240 Windshield assy, Sport Nacked [sN] GU01977 275 Windshield assy.black, Scura 2003-2005 GU01575 380 Windshield assy.chr.yellow, Cafè Sport [C.S.] GU01575 382 Windshield assy.red, Ballabio Red 2003 [b.R.] GU01575 383 Windshield, cpl, Ballabio Grey 2003 [b.G.] GU01575 384 Windshiled, black/red,
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