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14 minutes ago, docc said:

The Moto Guzzi Parts Catalog I have (translated to English) calls this the "Tie Rod" and Ball Joints."

As to this topic's "eccentric adjustment",  I'm pretty sure my personal "Eccentricity Adjuster" is twisted pretty high up the scale . . . :blink:

To answer the original question, I think I covered this in my improving the shift thread didn't I? In any case it should be done on the bench to give an even travel to the mechanism in both directions and eliminate/reduce overtravel in the system. It's not an adjustment for pedal travel or a fiddle to improve poor shifting performance.

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5 minutes ago, Lucky Phil said:

To answer the original question, I think I covered this in my improving the shift thread didn't I? In any case it should be done on the bench to give an even travel to the mechanism in both directions and eliminate/reduce overtravel in the system. It's not an adjustment for pedal travel or a fiddle to improve poor shifting performance.

Ciao  

Absolutely.  This thread is golden. Applies to all of our V11 and worth the effort! :notworthy:  Lucky Phil rocked this one!

 

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11 hours ago, docc said:

The Moto Guzzi Parts Catalog I have (translated to English) calls this the "Tie Rod" and Ball Joints."

As to this topic's "eccentric adjustment",  I'm pretty sure my personal "Eccentricity Adjuster" is twisted pretty high up the scale . . . :blink:

And that is why the EU chose, and now retains English as their communal language, despite it being native to none of them.

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