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23 minutes ago, po18guy said:

I wonder, too. The plug wires are routed up through the valve cover. The downside is that the owner can no longer show off the NGK racing bling wires.

My engine has these head covers as well. The HT wires are routed through the covers and the guards are standard.

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6 minutes ago, Lucky Phil said:

My engine has these head covers as well. The HT wires are routed through the covers and the guards are standard.

Ciao

Standard 2vpc 1200 covers with guards? Special gaskets?

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3 hours ago, docc said:

Standard 2vpc 1200 covers with guards? Special gaskets?

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Yes 2 valve Grisso covers docc, although the ones in the image have had some slots machined in them. Std rocker gaskets although I used the special metal based ones ones Pete Roper sent me. I wouldn't go back to the old type.Cant remember the name of them,its in a thread of mine somewhere.

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If you are just sick and tired of onlookers asking accusing you of riding a Honda CX500...

The big blocks are cast. Lucky small block owners get machined from billet.

 

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On 12/3/2019 at 8:29 PM, po18guy said:

If you are just sick and tired of onlookers asking accusing you of riding a Honda CX500...

The big blocks are cast. Lucky small block owners get machined from billet.

 

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I've been temped to get these for my Lemans.

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The seller goes by Guzzidaveracing on eBay. I would be sorely tempted to buy a red powder coated pair with the GUZZI machined to natural. as on the small block example. Question is if the red is close enough the Tank so as to match.  For other colors, it would not really matter. Would that make it a Guzzi "Testarossa"? That seems to be about the only name they didn't use!

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I had a set of the cast ones on my bike for quite a while. The added benefit is they reduce the valve clatter quite a bit.

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7 hours ago, Lucky Phil said:

I had a set of the cast ones on my bike for quite a while. The added benefit is they reduce the valve clatter quite a bit.

Ciao 

Pics please.😎

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Went fishing......

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On 12/5/2019 at 4:36 PM, Lucky Phil said:

I had a set of the cast ones on my bike for quite a while. The added benefit is they reduce the valve clatter quite a bit.

Ciao 

I bought a pair for the Kid's Monza for Christmas. They are done on a machining center, and *very* well done. :thumbsup:

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I assume the sump is now also an oil cooler?

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On 12/15/2019 at 7:08 PM, gstallons said:

That doesn't look good ?

Just "fishing" a new speedo cable thru the maze.....

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