Benelli Tre k

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Strada, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Strada

    Strada Tally Ho!

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  2. Steve G.

    Steve G. Long timer

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    Geez, less than 150 Norton Commando's in all of England?? Our little British bike club in Vancouver has over 50 Norton Commandos running and operational right now.

    I'm going to go out on a limb and question that whole sites' accuracy.

    steve
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  3. Strada

    Strada Tally Ho!

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    Anyone know why the Benelli Forum is suspended? :(:
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  4. Cortez

    Cortez BAZINGA!

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    Factory recall?
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    Sorry.
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  5. houlster

    houlster Been here awhile

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    Work in progress. More to come...

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  6. pigeyes

    pigeyes bilge rat

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    "Work in progress. More to come…"


    So where are all the Benelli owners these days?

    How many miles have been ridden?

    How much workshop/maintainence time?

    come on tell us how it's going, please.

    Mick
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  7. Tjeu

    Tjeu Been here awhile

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    Don't like your updates. But the amazonas still is one of the most beautifull bikes ever made. And what a hoot to drive! Worked for Benelli for 2.5 years, had a Café Racer, a TnT Sport EVO, 3 standard Tre-K 1130 and a Amazonas. The first Tre-K died, the second leaked oil everywhere after a day on the circuit and the third one almost killed me in a crash. The amazona's was factory-tuned (press-bike) and was an outrages beast! Even in 4the gear the wheel spinned-up on wet tarmac. Everytime you shift down the rear locked up and you slide into the turn.

    Those were the days :D

    I really loved them all. Drove about 80.000km with them, but i would never buy one myself. Such a poor quality... What a shame.
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  8. houlster

    houlster Been here awhile

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