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Did this thread just die?

 

I've got a '01 Rosso Mandello in Norway with 25000 km on it and no clutch issues.

 

However scared as I am from all the rumors of cracked fly wheel I have purchased a RAM clutch and are planning replace it sometimes during the winter.

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 If this is such a big problem both in the stand point of mechanical failure and of what could be personal injury has not Moto Guzzi made this right under warranty? Or have they simply not been sued for a faulty product as of yet?

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 If this is such a big problem both in the stand point of mechanical failure and of what could be personal injury has not Moto Guzzi made this right under warranty? Or have they simply not been sued for a faulty product as of yet?

 

Yer new to Guzzi ain't ya? :rasta:

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 If this is such a big problem both in the stand point of mechanical failure and of what could be personal injury has not Moto Guzzi made this right under warranty? Or have they simply not been sued for a faulty product as of yet?

 

Yer new to Guzzi ain't ya? :rasta:

 

There is that . . . :whistle:

 

Yet, in all fairness, I am much, much less enamored with my BMW  ownership than what Moto Guzzi  has done during my ownership experience. Part of that was the effort of my (fabulous) dealer; part also a willingness toward "owner involvement." :luigi::nerd::bike:

 

While Guzzi production numbers in the V11 series have yet to be published (to my knowledge :huh2: ), how many units could possibly be involved with aluminum flywheels (2001 Rosso Mandello, 2002 Scura and Tenni), perhaps as many as 2500? Or fewer?

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My numbers (just notes from different forums): LeMans Tenni 170, Rosso Mandello 300, Scura 700 = 1170.

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My numbers (just notes from different forums): LeMans Tenni 170, Rosso Mandello 300, Scura 700 = 1170.

Plus the "additional" 300 un-numbered Rosso Mandello = 1470?

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My numbers (just notes from different forums): LeMans Tenni 170, Rosso Mandello 300, Scura 700 = 1170.

Plus the "additional" 300 un-numbered Rosso Mandello = 1470?

 

 

300 un-numbered Rosso's? do tell........ or a link to that story please...

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My numbers (just notes from different forums): LeMans Tenni 170, Rosso Mandello 300, Scura 700 = 1170.

Plus the "additional" 300 un-numbered Rosso Mandello = 1470?

 

 

300 un-numbered Rosso's? do tell........ or a link to that story please...

 

I don't have a link, but it was true. After the "limited edition" sold so well, they made another run. :oldgit:  Guzzi, you gotta love em.. :mg:

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I thought that was "common knowledge."  I do recall distinctly the disappointment of "Limited Edition/ Numbered" Rosso Mandello owners being less than impressed when another 300 (?) Rosso Mandello were produced.

 

A wealth of Rosso Mandello archives in the V11LeMans Rosso Mandello Register:

 

http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=14857

 

How accurate can we say the 170 Tenni and 700 Scura are?

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We Scuristi, we few, we lucky few, we masochistic few...

 

http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=6728&p=207966

 

I think the 700 Scura count is pretty good. Number plates in the registry range from 8 to 688.

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I thought that was "common knowledge."  I do recall distinctly the disappointment of "Limited Edition/ Numbered" Rosso Mandello owners being less than impressed when another 300 (?) Rosso Mandello were produced.

 

A wealth of Rosso Mandello archives in the V11LeMans Rosso Mandello Register:

 

http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=14857

 

How accurate can we say the 170 Tenni and 700 Scura are?

 

 

at least we have a fairly concise list for Tenni. No one chimes in from somewhere in the world with "I have one with no number" or "I have #207"

 

Scura are another matter. They are like centipedes - flip over a rock and Scura scurry in all directions... :grin::whistle: 

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I did some rough math once... and I think it's possible that the "limited edition" Scura is one of the most common variants in the whole V11 series. 

 

Scura are arthropods belonging to the class Chilopoda of the subphylum Myriapoda. They are elongated metameric creatures with one pair of legs per body segment. Scura are known to be highly venomous, and often inject paralyzing venom.

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