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Post  kornfed on Thu 7 May - 22:53

Ik las vandaag een test van een nieuwe Moto Guzzi V7 caferacer.
Vind hem er erg goed uitzien maar vraag me alleen af wat de lol er van is.
Het is immers een nieuwe motor in een oud jasje (hoewel de techniek ook behoorlijk oud is).
Je mist volgens mij toch de charme van een zelfgebouwde echte caferacer.
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Post  Toecutter on Fri 8 May - 8:16

Yep dat is wel zo.

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Post  Crazy Cavan on Fri 8 May - 19:52

plus heeft een vermoge van amehoela, dat kan je toch geen racer noemen! Evil or Very Mad zit trouwens ook voor geen meter, de steppies zitten veuls te ver naar voren (had ff op de motorbeurs derop gezete)

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Post  kornfed on Fri 8 May - 20:40

wat geen vermogen 48pk maar liefst!! en dat in 2009
Maarrr het ziet er toch leuk uit. Maar ja voor 10000 euro´s kan je veel moois kopen.
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Post  Toecutter on Fri 8 May - 21:03

Argh kost ie zoveel ? Tja dan zijn er mooiere repro's op de markt, de Triumph misschien ?

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Post  Wallace on Sat 9 May - 1:22

Ja, ik denk dat je gelijk. Een fiets die je aanpassen en veranderen de manier waarop u graag beter is.
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Post  Toecutter on Sat 9 May - 10:27

Ha Wallace i didnt knew you could speak Dutch Very Happy cheers

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Post  kornfed on Sat 9 May - 11:35

Toecutter wrote:Ha Wallace i didnt knew you could speak Dutch Very Happy cheers

Het is in ieder geval een dappere poging daartoe.

Sometimes I forget to place a topic in english.
The problem is that my Englisch is as good as your dutch Walace.
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Post  Wallace on Sat 9 May - 11:41

Toecutter wrote:Ha Wallace i didnt knew you could speak Dutch Very Happy cheers

Alleen met de hulp van deze gratis online vertaalprogramma website Very Happy

http://free-translator.imtranslator.net/default.asp?ldr=en_no&loc=en

It's ok, but it sometimes makes mistakes with the punctuation and spelling. It's handy for this forum, as I can read posts in any language.
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Post  Wallace on Sat 9 May - 11:47

kornfed wrote:
Toecutter wrote:Ha Wallace i didnt knew you could speak Dutch Very Happy cheers

Het is in ieder geval een dappere poging daartoe.

Sometimes I forget to place a topic in english.
The problem is that my Englisch is as good as your dutch Walace.

Nee het is niet dapper. Very Happy Het is gewoon de vertaling website maakt dat de fouten Laughing
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even nog over de fiets... (to get beck to the topic...)

Post  TinTin on Sat 9 May - 20:17

As might be expected the classic range probably will not sell scratch . Ducati classics don't sell to good and second hand they are getting cheaper very rapidly.... cheers

So, if you have patience to wait a few years, buy one from a disappointed owner and tune up the engine (as in tear off the injection and add BIG DellOrto carb's), add loud exhausts, add rearsets and strip all unwanted stuff off the bike. Then you are getting closer to reality.... old fashioned techniques in a modern bike!
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Post  wannabe caferacer on Sun 10 May - 12:00

Such a new bike can never replace the real thing
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Post  huub on Tue 23 Jun - 23:31

Such a new bike can never replace the real thing

fortunately it doesnt , the new one has actual working brakes, the original ones were absolutely lethal.
it might even be able to do a run in town without overheating its clutch ( and the drivers forearm)
( i've got one of the original ones , running one of those in town is a sure recepy to get on first name terms with your local physiotherapist )

The new one is obviously no match for the old one, still i can see the new one having moderate succes.
for starts i wouldnt mind one.
fortunately the shed is full of old bikes, no way i could fit another bike in there.

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Post  TinTin on Wed 24 Jun - 9:39

I had an idea over the weekend:
* loose the injection bodies and replace by large Dell'Orto carb's with open bell mouths
* loose the on board computer that regulates everything and only replace the nessesary things (like an oil pressure sensor by an oldfasioned switch etc.)
* loose the catalyst and replace the exhaust system with Lafranconi Competizione
* mount Tarozzi rear sets to replace the factory foot pegs
* spray clearcoat over the factory paint, it os so freakin' ugly dull.....

Thna we are getting somewhere, maybe alter heads to boost performance when there is enough money left cheers
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