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Good things to find!

Shaft can be aligned by removing the reardrive, only (axle and the torque arm bolt).

(Torque arm/reaction rod is hanging mighty low. Are the rubber bushes okay?)

Is that RedFrame, and her "stilettos", > Candy Apple  Red < . . . ? :food:

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Candy apple,, a bit over the top,,   but, but Moto Guzzi and BELLA FIGURA    :)     Both sides of the shaft were all loose,, better bolts and tighten good, a bit more than the book.

Bushings on the rod are perty good,  suprise suprise.    Having a hard time stopping fiddling with her   :luigi:    :rasta:  

Cheers tom.

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New trottle controll and skinny rubbers, oil leak , oily stator and oil every where, gasket and seal,,, and and, enjoying myself.
Shindengen 847 on order.
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Of course I check prises on everything, not this time, JUST SOME GEAROIL === 483$, 5 L.
D IPA time.
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$483 for 5 liters??? cough cough "It's the big one. I'm coming to see you, Lizabeth" :oldgit:

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That's a good one, isn't it....In my mind super oil, ok may be 200$,   You said what ..  I be smiling going to bed soon,,,   We want the best for our V11,,,,,     ( big waste of money)

Cheers tom.      :rasta:               (       Expensive over in the US to  ?      )

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On 6/14/2019 at 11:37 AM, Tomchri said:

... oil leak , oily stator and oil every where, gasket and seal,,, and and, enjoying myself.
Cheers tom ba08e2e15eca9dfb4bb5c03a27dbb93c.jpg
 

Not trying to be picky, and you may know this already: the permanent magnets in the rotor can slowly lose magnetism if not kept inside the stator. 

 https://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?/topic/18967-sorting-out-a-multiple-owner-2003-lemans/&do=findComment&comment=211275

 

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50% chance of rain here today.. which means: Rain.

So sod it, I’m gonna fit the ol’ earbashers (mivv cans) and spank her across Snakes Pass and back.

Snakes is a 20 mile twisty, beautiful, dangerous road across the peaks that the V11 is truly made for!

Just got to watch out for large german cars performing alarming overtakes on blind corners...

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cool road mate.  ...video goes aerial @ 2:29 showing some beautiful countryside

 

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Ooo well that was lovely.  Only got sprinkled on for about 5 minutes too.  Damn but the sound of those cans on the overrun....

Bike running like a watch🙂

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...finally got around to installing the RAM mount I bought before last year's trip. 

Kudos to whoever it was that sorted this out before, took the FOFIU out of it.

Simple enough; cut the stand off the bottom bracket, follow the instructions for stem mount, but you have to hold the bottom nut assembly against the screw from the bottom. I used a piece of 3/8" fuel line. 

Nuthin' like close-ups to show you where you need to clean and polish.

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Looks all well, only 37700km. Parts soon.
Cheers tom.





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12 hours ago, Pressureangle said:

...finally got around to installing the RAM mount I bought before last year's trip. 

Kudos to whoever it was that sorted this out before, took the FOFIU out of it.

Simple enough; cut the stand off the bottom bracket, follow the instructions for stem mount, but you have to hold the bottom nut assembly against the screw from the bottom. I used a piece of 3/8" fuel line. 

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Nuthin' like close-ups to show you where you need to clean and polish.

Your pics don't come through for me:huh2:

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11 hours ago, footgoose said:

Your pics don't come through for me:huh2:

Odd, they appear in your response to me

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Your pics don't come through for me:huh2:
Same

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