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OEM Part


  • Name: Steering Bearings

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 92249225

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: All Balls

  • Part number: 22-1044

  • Differences from OEM: The supplied dust seal is not compatible - it looks like it is supposed to fit inside a bore, not cover the top, like the MG dust seal.

  • Other Comments: These come as a set of 2 bearings, with races. 

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OEM Part


  • Name: Front Brake Caliper Pins

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: couldn't find a part number

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: Pro-Bolt

  • Part number: TIPINBP012-4

  • Differences from OEM: These are titanium, and the manufacturer claims they last longer than the original Brembo pins.

  • Other Comments: At first glance I thought they were thinner than the Brembo part, but they measured exactly the same diameter (digital caliper). They look thinner in the picture too, but that is an optical illusion...  They are available in different colors, the supplied part number is for a 4-pack.

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OEM Part

  • Name: Spark Plug Wire
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: Spark Plug Wire-GU01718330, Spark Plug Cap-GU01717430

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source: NGK
  • Part Number: CR6
  • Virtually the same wire and plug, the NGK has outer sleeve covering plug wire to protect from the elements/heat. The sleeve is the same red color as plug wire and could be removed.
  • Other Comments: I removed the end connector from the original wire (end that plugs into the coil) and installed it on the new NGK wire since the NGK package does not provide one. It does come with the Spark Plug Cap already installed. They only come one to a pack, so naturally you would require two if you were to replace both stock wires.

       

 

 

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OEM Part

Name: Bevel Box Needle Roller Bearing (RH side)

Moto Guzzi Part Number: 92252225 Needle Bearing/Outer Race, & 92259025 Inner Race.

 

Replacement Part

Brand or Source: Any Bearing Retailer, but in NZ: SAECO Wilson were great.

Part number: HK2516.2RS Needle Bearing, LRTZ202518 Inner Race 20x25x18.

Differences from OEM: No hole in inner race. This is a good thing.

Comments: You can't knock the old outer race out from the other side of the bevel box. If heat, rapid freeze, and slide hammer don't get it, then thin-walling with a dremel is your only option.

When installing the outer race, the end with writing should face outwards, as it is designed to withstand installation press loads better than the unmarked end.

After installation, packing it with waterproof wheel bearing grease before fitting the axle should help it last, as rust seems to be the main reason for failure.

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anyone find the generic external fuel pump?  this might come in handy for someone on the road.

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Relays:

 

OEM parts: Position #1           (5-pin) -   01731760

                   Positions #2-#5    (4-pin) -   01732560

 

Replacement part: OMRON High Current 5-pin (use in all five positions):

 

         Brand:   OMRON High-Current Micro ISO terminal Relay G8HE-1C-7T-R-DC12, Made in USA

 

         Specification sheet: http://www.omron.com/ecb/products/pdf/en-g8he.pdf

 

          Source: [edit /August 2018: OMRON is apparently no longer making these. As of this edit still available from Mouser) :

https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Omron-Electronics/G8HE-1C7T-R-DC12?qs=0NRgW0qSE97vygR8bw91hg%3D%3D

 

          Comments: discussion thread, links, references, and rationale:

                                    http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19755

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TPS (throttle position sensor)

 

OEM part no: 01530500

PF3C

 

Harley part no: 27271-95

PF4C

 

Basically the same part the OEM is usually over $200 (us) the Harley part can be found for under $70.

 

Available here http://ca-cycleworks.com/pf3c

(Thanks Marty)

 

There are minor differences between the two which are explained here: http://archive.guzzitech.com/HD-TPS-Jeff_B.html

 

It has been brought to my attention that the PF4C might not be a "drop in" replacement. That the ignition and fueling curves won't matchup to the ECU. However I have run the 4C in the past and found no hugely discernible difference. That being said I have the 3C on my bike now.

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OEM Part


  • Name: Stainless Steel Bolt Kit

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: N/A (or all bolts and washers have separate numbers, which I am not going to look up) 

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source:  StainlessCycle.com

  • Part number or other identifier: Moto Guzzi Squarehead

  • Differences from OEM (if any): stainless hardware - all bolts are allen-head caps - not phillips (alt cover) or standard bolt-heads (starter).

  • Other Comments: includes correct bolts and different types of washers for alternator cover, timing chest, oil pan, bell-housing, valve covers, intake ports, starter, and exhaust flanges.  And they "highly recommend the use of anti-seize!"

  • Website link for source:  http://www.stainlesscycle.com/presta/en/53-moto-guzzi

 


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OEM Part


  • Name: clutch friction disc - or clutch plate for twin disc clutches

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 03084400 

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: LGC

  • Part number or other identifier: 03084400LGC - this is the part number that MG Cycle Uses, manufacturer have a different number

  • Differences from OEM (if any): Solid plate, versus the OEM spoked plate. Friction material is described as "glass fiber copper fiber"

  • Other Compatible Vehicles: same for many big twin Guzzis

  • Other Comments: As I understand it, if an OEM clutch fails, one of the primary causes is a broken spoke on one of the friction plates. The solid plate should be more durable.

  • Website link for source: MG Cycle (probably other sources too)

Link to Further Discussion or Tips:


I had a bit of a misadventure with my clutch installation. I suspected the plates were the problem, but they were not. The plates were fine.  http://www.v11lemans.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=19808


 


This picture is of one of the plates after about 2,500 miles.


 


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OEM Part


  • Name: clutch spring for twin disc, 10-spring clutches

  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 04084100 

Replacement Part


  • Brand or Source: MG Cycle

  • Part number or other identifier: 12082300 (heavy) and 04084100 (light)

  • Differences from OEM (if any): The heavy springs are much stiffer than stock, the light ones feel about the same

  • Other Compatible Vehicles: same for many big twin Guzzis

  • Other Comments: When I put 10 heavy springs in, the clutch lever required a lot of effort and a full pull to the handlebar. I learned, through MG Cycle, that Moto Guzzi alternated light and heavy clutch springs. When I used 5 of each, I got a more reasonable lever effort and the clutch released mid-way through the pull.

  • Website link for source: MG Cycle (probably other sources too)

Link to Further Discussion or Tips:


Same thread as for the plates:  http://www.v11lemans...showtopic=19808


 


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The brightest chrome springs are the heavy ones, the others are new light ones. It seems to me that using 5 new heavy springs and re-using 5 of the original springs would be fine, but I have not tried that.


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OEM Part

  • Name: throwout bearing, or thrust bearing, or release bearing
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 12087001

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source: MG Cycle
  • Part number or other identifier: same as Moto Guzzi part number
  • Differences from OEM (if any): this is a captured bearing that comes with one spacer. It is also a bit thinner than the OEM part, which means it affects freeplay in the clutch push-rod.
  • Other Compatible Vehicles: same for many big twin Guzzis
  • Website link for source: MG Cycle (probably other sources too)

Link to Further Discussion or Tips:

Same thread as for the plates.  http://www.v11lemans...showtopic=19808
 

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anyone find the generic external fuel pump?  this might come in handy for someone on the road.

 

Not totally generic, but I just installed the aftermarket pump from MG cycle, which I think is a generic pump. Any pump with 12mm inlet and 8mm outlet would probably work in a pinch.

 

OEM Part

  • Name: External Fuel Pump
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: 29107261

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source:  MG Cycle
  • Part number or other identifier:  MG Cycle uses the Guzzi part number. But I found the same pump on Amazon and E-bay with part number HFP-603MG
  • Differences from OEM (if any): a bit longer than OEM, so you can trim a bit of fuel line. It's not wrapped in rubber, so you will need a bit of rubber (I used old inner tube) to fit the original clamps.
  • Website link for source:   http://www.mgcycle.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=30&products_id=2491

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Fuel pumps have important specs. beside inlet & outlet o.d. , housing diameter and length .  

Fuel pressure and volume are critical if you want correct engine performance .

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OEM Part

  • Name: Brembo Brake Caliper Rebuild Kit - Front and Rear
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number: (I couldn't find a part number for the rebuild kit)

Replacement Part

  • Brand or Source:  Powerhouse-UK (also an eBay seller)
  • Part number or other identifier:  I didn't see part numbers, but they have recently listed Moto Guzzi V11s so you can search by model.
  • Differences from OEM (if any): these are aftermarket seals, not genuine Brembo. But the Brembo ones are difficult to find and this seems like a high-quality vendor.
  • Here are links to 5 different kits they have identified for Moto Guzzi V11 calipers:

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2a3e17cb35

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item238f4fecaf

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item25e1581b5d

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2a90062a13

 

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item238f503615

 

I just installed a front kit for two calipers (8 hydraulic seals, 8 dust seals, 2 O-rings, 4 copper crush washers, 2 bleeders, 2 bleeder caps) and am pleased with the outcome. I have not used the rear kit yet, but member Cabernet has and he said it worked well. The instructions on the kit say to use brake fluid or rubber grease when inserting the pistons into the new seals - but they supplied a small packet of brake assembly fluid. I decided to use Red Rubber Grease for assembly and it worked well.

 

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OEM Part

  • Name:  RPM Sensor
  • Moto Guzzi Part Number:  01721600   or  29721660   Magnetti Marelli 

Replacement Part

Link to Further Discussion or Tips:

 

Upload photo and add to post - don't link to external photo-host.

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry, if someone wants to tidy this entry up , send me a PM and I will delete this post later

 

Normally you are looking at $200 for these simple sensors.

 

$10 is about right for a magnet with a coil wrapped around it IMHO

 

Antmanbee gave me another source

 

http://www.miparts.com/detail/rpm-sensor-engine-management_15598#.WotM7qinGUm

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