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Post  Reetman on Wed 11 May - 1:51

My new ride Very Happy

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Post  speedfreak on Wed 11 May - 9:13

Guzzi rules

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Post  kornfed on Wed 11 May - 10:46

It's to big for you Very Happy
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Post  650zed on Wed 11 May - 14:19

kornfed wrote:It's to big for you Very Happy

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Post  Toecutter on Wed 11 May - 21:57

Very nice bike man, Guzzi's make it worth while!!

Never had one but i sure would like to.

What are your plans with it ? First look she seems in very good shape. How much cc?

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Post  Werner60 on Sun 15 May - 22:21

Nice and good to see another Guzzi here . Floating discs an 18" front wheel, I guess it was a LM V. Exhaust pipes are Lafranconi competzione for LM I/II? Are looking good, should sound good but not first choice for max. power.

And.... the other guys are right, you should grow a little bit Laughing
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Post  Reetman on Sat 28 May - 15:52

Hello,

Thx for the great reply's Very Happy

It's my son on the bike ... He like him very much like his father



The bike:

Moto Guzzi Le Mans (1983) with an engine from a Moto Guzzi sport 1100i (1999).

Agostini fairing
Painted in Ferrari Rosso Formula 1
Double carter
KONI shock absorbers
40mm carbs from Dellorto (normal 30mm)
Handmade exhaust pipes (replica Lafranconi competzione)


The plans with this bike is ... GAAAAAAAAAAAAAZ











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Post  pantah on Sat 28 May - 18:54

Niiiice!

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Post  Werner60 on Sun 29 May - 11:13

The best thing that could happen to a 1100 Sport i/V11 engine: put it in a Tonti frame with DellOrto PHF40 or Keihin 42 flat slide carbs.
When the time has come for my engine (hope it will still take some time, it has run only 160.000 km) I will do the same.
Really nice bike. Have in mind, the LeMans was the street version of a long distance racer, so your plan with GAAAAAAZ is a good one.
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Post  Reetman on Tue 31 May - 20:54

Some detailpics Very Happy

















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