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Since OEM parts are sometimes: unavailable, too far away, too expensive, prone to failure, or otherwise inconvenient, can we build a reference of compatible replacement parts?

 

These could be maintenance items, such as filters; electrical parts, such as relays; or any hard part, such as wheel bearings. Some might be aftermarket or slight modifications, but others might be direct replacements because the same parts are used on other vehicles.

 

This forum has a nice search feature: you can search only within a specific topic. Therefore, if we can build this list, we should be able to search this topic easily, instead of searching the entire forum for a thread where somebody happened to reference a compatible part.

 

Here's a template you can copy and paste into a post when you add a part - just add as much as you know, and feel free to modify it if needed.

 

OEM Part

  • Name:
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number:

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source:
  • Part number or other identifier:
  • Differences from OEM (if any):
  • Other Compatible Vehicles:
  • Other Comments:
  • Website link for source:

Link to Further Discussion or Tips:

 

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OEM Part


  • Name: Exhaust Clamp - front of crossover to header pipe

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 01123430

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: Moose Racing

  • Part number or other identifier: MOA004A, 1.81"-1.99"

  • Differences from OEM (if any): almost identical

  • Other Compatible Vehicles:

  • Other Comments: far less expensive for same quality

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OEM Part


  • Name: Clutch and Brake Levers

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: Clutch Lever 01605640; Brake Lever 01605760

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: Pazzo

  • Part number or other identifier: Clutch DC-12; Brake DB-12

  • Differences from OEM (if any): 7 adjustment levels, superior feel, available as shorties that don't touch bar-end mirrors

  • Other Compatible Vehicles: Many Ducatis that used the same master cylinders
    • Monster M400:  1999-2003

    • Monster M600:  1994-2001

    • Monster M 620:  2002

    • Monster M750/M750IE:  1994-2002 

    • Monster M900:  1994-99 

    • 900SS:  1991-97 

    • 748:  up to 1998

    • 916/916SPS:  up to 1998

    • ST2:  1998-03 

    • ST4/S/ABS:  1999-02


  • Other Comments: If you're looking for cheap, used levers, this increases your options on eBay. If you want the Pazzos (which I really like) they are available from many sources, including member FalcoLion's store, Moto World Online.

  • Website link for source:

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OEM Part

  • Name: Swingarm Bearings
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number:  92218418

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source: SKF
  • Part number or other identifier:  3303 A-2RS1TN9/MT33

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Link to further discussion or tips:

http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=18327&page=7

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OEM Part


  • Name: Roller - for gearshift selector lever

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 04234700

Replacement Part


  • Brand: Dynaroll

  • Part number 688HZZ A5

  • Differences from OEM (if any): This is a bearing, the OEM part is a solid piece. 

  • Other Comments: Craig found these and sent one to me. I just installed and it works. Thanks.  :thumbsup:  Bearing dimensions: 8mm x 16mm x 5mm

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Link to further discussion:


If you're replacing this part, you probably should also read this thread about shift-improvement:


http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19547&hl=


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OEM Part

  • Name: Roller - for gearshift selector lever
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 04234700

Replacement Part

  • Brand: Dynaroll
  • Part number 688HZZ A5
  • Differences from OEM (if any): This is a bearing, the OEM part is a solid piece. 
  • Other Comments: Craig found these and sent one to me. I just installed and it works. Thanks.  :thumbsup:  Bearing dimensions: 8mm x 16mm x 5mm

attachicon.gifIMG_5369.jpg   attachicon.gifIMG_5370.jpg

 

 

I would think that the replacement  True Roller bearing would be smoother and probably less prone to wear?

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Thanks for the encouraging comments.

 

Re roller bearing: Yes, it seems that it would be an upgrade over the solid disc (mine was clearly worn); shifting does seem smoother while on the bench.

The durability test has just commenced.  :race:

 

I think this thread might work best if conversation is kept to a minimum and if lots of us post about proven compatible parts - things we have actually done (no speculation). If we want to discuss a part, we could always start a new thread and link to it from here. I suppose we could also link to existing threads where a compatible part is well documented (that's how I found the swingarm bearings - so I went back and edited my post to put the link in).

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OEM Part

  • Name: Lens - Turn Signal /  Indicator - Amber
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: GU02753700

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source: Moto Guzzi / Aprilia
  • Part number or other identifier: GU06753700
  • Differences from OEM (if any): Grey/Smoke colour instead of amber.
  • Other Compatible Vehicles: Moto Guzzi Griso
  • Other Comments: May need Amber bulb to replace standard bulb.
  • Website link for source: http://www.tlm.nl/en/parts/or https://www.motointernational.com/store

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OEM Part

  • Name: Lens - Turn Signal /  Indicator - Amber
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: GU02753700

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source: Moto Guzzi / Aprilia
  • Part number or other identifier: GU06753700
  • Differences from OEM (if any): Grey/Smoke colour instead of amber.
  • Other Compatible Vehicles: Moto Guzzi Griso
  • Other Comments: May need Amber bulb to replace standard bulb.
  • Website link for source: http://www.tlm.nl/en/parts/or https://www.motointernational.com/store

attachicon.gifLens, Turn Signal, Smoke.jpg

It's also a Buell lens, available at your local Harley dealer for cheap. The MZ Skorpion uses it too.. probably others.

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OEM Part


  • Name: Hydraulic Bleeders - for clutch slave and brake calipers

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number:

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: SpeedBleeder

  • Part number or other identifier:
    • Clutch and Rear Brake - SB1010S M10x1.0

    • Front Brake Calipers - SB8125 M8x1.25


  • Differences from OEM (if any): these are one-way valves that make bleeding very speedy (a well-named product). The OEM bleeder for the clutch looks a little different than one for the rear brake, but the same replacement part fits both applications.

Thanks to Craig for doing the research on these. I've had them for a while, but just installed all 4 today.


 


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OEM clutch bleeder (left) has flat bottom. SpeedBleeder (right) has conical bottom.


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OEM Part


  • Name: Fuel Filter - with external pump and filter on frame, 2002 and earlier

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 30106000

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: Wix (and probably several other brands)

  • Part number:  33310

  • Fits Isuzu Trooper, all years

  • Differences from OEM:  Shorter and smaller diameter

  • Other Comments: The OEM filter rubs on the tank, this smaller filter should not rub on the tank. This is a good time to replace the fuel lines. You need about 6 feet of 5/16 (8mm) high pressure line for fuel injection. Cut the line from pump to filter a bit longer - to reach the shorter Wix filter. While you're at it, install solid clamps (not the worm-gear kind that cut into the fuel line). I found this filter referred to by others on the forum, some said they wrapped it in electrical tape to increase the diameter and hold it snugly in the two clamps. However, I found that the rubber sheet that insulates the shock reservoir (part #00823915045) is a perfect fit as a second layer on top of the original sheet of rubber. 

 


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I just put a Wix in the Greenie.  

 

OReiily's even had Moto Guzzi in the cross ref on their computer.

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OEM Part


  • Name: Front Mudguard for Ohlins forks

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 01434385

Replacement Part


  • Differences from OEM: a bit shorter in back (possibly more road spray), more protection of fork sliders up front.  Can be installed/removed with front wheel on bike (removal of OEM fender requires wheel removal)

  • Other Compatible Vehicles: 1998-2003 Aprilia RSV Mille, 2002-2005 Aprilia Tuono

  • Other Comments:  excellent quality carbon fiber

  • Website link for source: found on eBay from a seller in Hong Kong

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