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  1. Hello, Part of my upgrade/modification plan calls for radial brakes. I've been round and round trying to source radial fork bottoms. I decided to buy a set of Ohlins Ducati Diavel forks and Brembo Stylema Calipers! They are already Scura-esq being all black and slightly bigger at 48mm. I'll have my original Scura forks and triple clamps available. What are they worth? They will be serviced by the Ohlins center in a couple weeks. Let me know if you are interested in them.
  2. Dear V11 LeMan members I have a few things I am selling: All items were purchased for a 2007 Moto Guzzi Griso. Please make sure that these items will fit your vehicle before you purchase- (1) new (never used) tank bag and mount for a Moto Guzzi Griso- $350 plus $20 shipping to USCONN. (1) used (maybe even called vintage) Moto Guzzi Cover- $75 plus $10 shipping to USCONN. (1) new complete Brembo brake set- $150 plus $7 shipping to USCONN. Paypal payment only please. If you are interested please contact email me at alaux2(at)washcoll.edu *I will be posting some of these items on other sites. No refunds, all items sold as is. Thank you! Photos on dropbox.com: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/m1dsbw21jl7i4lf/AACqqhdwltS87o0Pyklme7e3a?dl=0
  3. FRESH UPDATE: Still have this nice V11. I just had another kid. There's no way I'm gonna give it the care it deserves (the bike, that is...). Come make me an offer! OLD UPDATE: Still available as of 8/24. Had a few deals fall through. Went on a nice ride last weekend- everything works great. Plenty of sunny days left this season! $4500 obo. I've finally decided to sell my 2004 V11 Sport Naked. It's in great shape, and has only 2000 miles. I'm the original owner. A brief history: I bought the bike new in Seattle from Moto International, a great, small shop full of Guzzi experts. I put most of the miles on the bike over the next 2 years, though my mileage was limited by the Seattle weather and my reluctance to ride in the rain. I had only a few minor issues with the bike during these years, mostly around flaky starting electrics which was resolved by Moto Int'l by replacing the original relays with Bosch units, and then by bypassing the clutch safety switch with a short bullet connector. I then lost a few years when I moved to CA, and left the bike in Seattle. I finally was able to bring the bike down (in a trailer), but ran into registration issues as the CA DMV's (incorrect) interpretation was that the bike was a 49 state model, and not CA smog compliant. I lost a few more years being distracted by life and not dealing with the registration. I then got motivated again and dealt with the DMV, and eventually got the bike fully registered (you can see the associated thread here: http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=15706&hl=inkblot&do=findComment&comment=169725 ). I put a few more miles on it after getting registered, but then life happened again (got married, had a kid) and the bike sat again for a couple of years. Under a little pressure to free up some space due to another move, I decided to sell the bike on consignment through Munroe Motors in San Francisco. I rode the bike to the shop, and as fate would have it, the motor developed a very nasty sound as I got about 3 blocks from the shop. So, instead of selling the bike, I ended up spending a bunch of time and money replacing the camshaft, which had apparently failed due to my poor job of changing the oil during all of the bike's inactivity. The tires were also replaced, and now have only about 100 miles on them. After the repair, the bike ran fantastic again, so I brought it back home with a renewed pride of ownership. Life took over again though, and the bike sat for another stretch. Finally ready to let the bike go, I got her all cleaned up and went on a shakedown ride, then found a puddle of gas on my garage floor. Turns out the gas tank wasn't venting correctly (maybe something got clogged, or maybe the vent-valve wasn't reinstalled correctly during the previous service). Munroe was able to perform a quick fix, which should work for most- though the proper fix will be to replace the entire tank. Guzzi doesn't stock the tank with the proper color any more, and I'd prefer to sell the bike as it is (rather than taking the time to source a matching tank or custom painting a different one). Take a look at the thread here, which brings us up to current date: http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19920&hl=inkblot&do=findComment&comment=220332 Munroe Motors also performed a used bike inspection to confirm that all of the basics/safety/etc are up to snuff. I don't need to sell this audience on the merits of this bike- you all know exactly what it is (and isn't). Other than the repairs noted, the only other modifications are a fender eliminator kit and some bar-end mirrors. The bike now runs great, looks great, and is ready to go to a new home. You can check out my gallery here: These bikes don't pop up for sale often, so I really don't have a good sense of its value. I will consider any reasonable cash offer, but I'm not interested in trades, unless you have an old 911 engine laying around! PM me or email gilbertjmasters at gmail if you're interested. I'm happy to answer any general questions about the bike in this thread. I'm in the SF Bay Area. Thanks all, Jake
  4. Bike has 9200 miles, champagne color, is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition, mostly original and stock, except. - has factory carbon fiber exhaust - MotoBits adjustable foot pegs (also have the stock pegs) - comes with a red painted alternator cover that matches the 'pork chops' and looks sharp Tires are Continental Contimotion, and still have plenty of life. Bike start, runs and handles great. Just replaced the battery with a new gel battery, flushed brakes and clutch system, and changed the oil (Agip full synthetic). Bike is located near Boulder, CO. I love this bike, but am Selling due to issues with comfort, and plan to get a V7 Guzzi. I can email photos (too large to upload) alanpratt02@gmail.com
  5. Hard to find V11 Coppa Italia model in pristine shape. With less than 3300 miles this bike is a head turner. This is truly one of a kind and very rare. The custom exhaust sounds incredible and must be heard to appreciate it. Lots of custom work and parts on this one. Performance cam, marvic wheels, heads, exhaust, and power commander all installed by the master himself, Dave Richardson(author of Guzziology) at Moto International. I have the stock heads, wheels, titanium exhaust that will come with the purchase. New Dunlop Q3 tires with less than 500 miles on them. Currently registered in Oregon with a clean title in hand. Check out the auction on eBay....... Sorry, unable to provide a link but easy enough to search eBay motors
  6. Reducing my Italian collection: 2002 V11 Le Mans Gold. New battery, front & rear tires, reconditioned starter. Ohlins rear shock. Factory high performance exhaust, luggage rack, tank bag and soft luggage. 15,500 miles. Clear title, mature owners. Asking $5,750. Also selling: 1995 Ducati 916 (among the first batch of three 916s imported the US, and Ducati's actual 1995 Chicago show bike) - $9,500 2006 MV Agusta 910S Brutale - $5,950 2008 Ducati Multistrada 1100S (original owner & only 2,900 miles from new) - $9,500 1958/9 Parilla 99 Olimpia ($2,000 invested) - offers? Location is Sacramento area, California. Hi-res photos of all the bikes are available on request. Private sale. Tel. (+1) 916-660-9650 9am-9pm PCT glynnkerr@yahoo.com
  7. I wrote a passionate CL ad, but if you are on this forum I guess I can skip the introductions. Selling my 2000 V11 Sport due to a long-distance move [dammit]. All warranty work is current and has been done by MG dealer. Purchased in 2006 in San Francisco and garaged since, between riding! 41k miles. Fuel system just refreshed with new pump, filter, pressure reg., lines, and tune. Airbox removed recently and replaced with K&N pods, I love the look, OEM airbox and covers come with sale. Brakes new, tires ok. $5000 OBO, no delivery unless you are in the Southwestern USA. Both the bike and myself are now in San Diego, California [email: jrpflueger@yahoo.com]
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