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Discussion in 'Photos' started by SNAPGADGET, Feb 13, 2017.
Very cool. Have you described the build somewhere?
Hi, no, I didn´t do yet.
short: 1200 Norge Motor as taken from a 4V Norge, equipped carbs 40 dellorto (way tricky, cause mounts in the frame needs some thinking - two timing covers cutted in half and welded together), ignition pickup fitted, front fork taken from KTM LC8, additional 6 litres given from a 2nd gas tank (not visible, is hidden in the frame underneath the gas tank), in the rear 140 tire on a Jackal rim, Wilbers strut, pipes handmade, BOS silencers and many small items to make me happy.
looks cool, a cool ride anyway.
somehow related to your black Stelvio
That's the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. Nice job!
Yes, it is really cool.
You want more? Take this:
You still want more? Take that too:
Whats the weight?
No idea. Don´t care. Didn´t put on a scale. Feels heavy lik a truck when laying down (yes, checked out). Feels light like a plane when moving.
Guess close to 300 kg (what can i do?). Dry weight is about 260 says data sheet. 2nd gas tank plus luggage racks, silencer, a few layers of paint plus, plus ....who cares. It´s exotic and comfortable and powerfull what counts to me.
Still more wanted? take that:
Cali III. Motor is the best i´ve ever had: V11 piston, LM4 head 40 dellorto on Cali 1100 crank, twin sparks, fun-camshaft. Wheels taken from jackal. and so on. Actually not that clean.
I love that bike like all the others.
More wanted? Found one more in the garage. 850T 1974. Nearly stock. 32 dellorto adapted. Runs and runs and runs and runs....
No, don´t have more beauties. Garage fully booked, cannot handle more than five.
That's OK. Doubt we could handle any more envy than we already have.
Nice to see modifications that aren't centered on making every Moto Guzzi look like the same café racer. Really nice, clean, thoughtful work Dirk S. Post them down in 'Old's Cool' under 'Classic Guzzi Pics' if you haven't already.
And more info on this one.
see that link: https://www.1000s.nl/register/d_s.html
two years back was LM850 fairing fitted, after a minor but painful crash taken off. Have to fix it, and I´ll give the beauty a new paint. Still looking for the darkest blue I can get.
Before the crash (women in traffic are worse, cycling women are worst) it looked this way:
Texas Hill Country
A friend painted this for me... http://kevinpaigeart.com/