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FS: 2002 V11 Sport Scura #603 - $6995


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Time to part ways with this fantastic motorcycle. I'm just too into the ADV scene and want another lightweight DS option in the garage.  Here's the rundown:

#603 with just over 24k miles on the clock. I believe I'm the third owner. Purchased from an L.A. area owner in 2014 w/ the following:  

- Receipts from Moto Guzzi Classics, and Motoservizio in Signal Hill, CA as well as Evoluzione Cyclesports in Simi Valley. 

- High compression pistons w/ related gaskets, Stucchi crossover, Mistral Ti cans, fuel pressure modifier kit (fuel injected Ducati p/n 90200_00), PC III. 

- Carbon rear fender, black color matched tail section, CRG mirrors. 

I've done the following:

- Roper plate, Scud spring, Lucky Phil shift link extender, adjusted the shift mechanism and it's glorious. Shifts are precise now and buttery smooth. Many thanks to the forum.
- Ghezzi-Brian CF belly pan, re-upholstered rear seat and seat pad. Black head guards. Plugs and wires immediately after purchase. 
- Lightened the Ohlins fork springs from 1.05 to .95, Rizoma clutch and brake reservoirs, GRG levers, new grips, Li-ion battery w/ tender. 
- Sorted what I felt was a "thin" clutch throw / engagement with some thorough clutch bleeding and the issue has been rectified. Nice "long", controllable engagement range.

No leaks, no peeling motor paint. Some chipping on the porkchops, but no scratches of scuffs on the body work. Sticker on the tank is covering the area where the Nanny State sticker were and the area below the OEM decals is visually different than the rest of the tank. Veglia tach needle is a little faded and dances a bit on throttle blips and shifts, but doesn't swing wildly. Fires easily, runs very well, no leaks, and always puts a smile on my face when I ride it. All shop work performed on this bike by EDR Performance in Beaverton, OR. 

Bike will sell with clutch and brake fluid flush along with fork service and new fork seals (complete 2/18/24). Final drive was recently serviced, O&F are fresh. Diablo Corsas have <250 mi on them. I'll go back and review all my receipts to see if there's anything I've omitted. Owners and service manuals, original tool kit. Additional set of the black OEM silencers, too. 

Additional pics or answers to your questions. Just DM me. Would like to see her go to an enthusiast. 

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  • docc changed the title to 2002 V11 Sport Scura #603 - $6995
3 minutes ago, Lucky Phil said:

You might want to look at the year model in the heading.



Thanks, Phil.

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1 hour ago, roktbox said:

Oh, shoot. What the heck did I write in there? Thanks for the save! 

2022 would make for a pretty rare Scura!

(Lucky_Phil for the save . . .)

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  • roktbox changed the title to FS: 2002 V11 Sport Scura #603 - $6995

Bumpity ... How might I boost the eyeball count?  Whazzup? Riding her to work for the rest of the week. 

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Try listing this on bringatrailer.com. I've sold two cars on there and they do also list cycles.

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Lovely Scura. But I understand the desire to have a range of dual-sport bikes. Just added a Husqvarna 501s myself. Love it.

What do you know about the flywheel on this bike? It would be helpful to know if that is original or something else.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Bumpity, bumpity. Project 701 awaits space in the garage! Will have the Scura at the Oregon Vintage Moto Show & Swap in May and the weather improves daily. PM me if you have any referrals or additional suggestions. Added to ADV Rider where I originally found her. Fat Amy, the Africa Twin is sensing I'm in selling mode and feeling a bit skittish. Sherco gone, Scura needs moved ...... Spring cleaning! 

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