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Moto Guzzi V7 Classic - Eicma 2007 Video Clip

 

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Non-official specifications:

 

Engine

 

Type 90° V-Twin, 4 strokes

Cylinders Aluminium alloy with Gilnisil treatment

Pistons forged with 2 inner liner and 1 oil control ring

Cooling system air cooled

Displacement 744 cc

Bore and stroke 80x74 mm

Compression ratio 9,6:1

Timing system 2 overhead valves with light alloy push-rod

Fuel system Weber-Marelli electric injection

Starting system electric

exhaust 3 ways catalyzed with sonda Lambda

Gearbox 5 speeds

Lubrification by lobes with pressure pump

circuit capacity: 1,78 kg

oil: AGIP RACING 4T 5W/40

Primary drive by helical gears, ratio: 16/21=1 : 1,3125

Secondary drive shaft drive, ratio 8/33=1 : 4,825

Clutch single disc, dry, with cush drive

 

Chassis

 

Frame detachable tubular duplex cradle in special

high-strengh steel

Front suspension Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, ? 40 mm

Front wheel travel 130 mm

Rear suspension swinging arm in light cast alloy with two

dampers, preload adjustable

Rear wheel travel 118 mm

Braking system Brembo Serie Oro

Front brake single stainless steel floating disc, ? 320 mm,

with 4 piston calipers

Rear brake single steel disc, ? 260 mm

Wheels: spoke light alloy

Front rim 3"x17"

Rear rim 3,50"x17"

Tyres

Front 110/70 17 54 H

Rear 130/80 17 65 H

Dimensions

Dry weight 182 Kg

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Sizzling hot from Milan

 

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very nice bike

 

Throttle, this bike is just perfect for you to make short trip to buy chicken rice, the cylinder heads can keep the chicken rice warm and no more chain cleaning and lubing:thumb:

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classic bike magazine has a feature on the guzzi's comparing a grisso and a classic v7 special....guess which one the liked better on a value for money and grin factor.

 

damn lump has not changed significantly for the pass 40 years.

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1981 dt125

 

"its bad but not too bad"

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I agree with you coolcat, the original 1974 V7 Sport came with a very innovative height and span adjustable clip-on bars.

 

I wish Moto Guzzi will put a 850cc engine into this 2008 V7 Classic instead of using the relatively "softer" small block Breva 750 engine.

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more photos

 

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i like it that they are offering the v7 with me33 and me55 rubber...just like what most of the old school stuff are still using today....

on comparison, the styling of the pipes are much nicer imho on the new machine, the slight kink at the mufflers just provides an extra touch.

a larger lump would be nice....

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I have downloaded the factory service manuals of Breva750 and Nevada Classic750 for my free time reading, according to the speculation of Guzzi fans in the internet, the 2008 V7 Classic shares many parts with the above mentioned models.

 

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spent a pleasant Saturday afternoon cleaning my bike while the Guzzi beside made me dripping saliva

 

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Hi people,

Any one riding this bike, please offer some tips.

Especially the knee is near to the piston head.

May feel heaty.

 

Feel heaty take more water .... keke

 

Seriously, I reckon that it is not so bad.

 

Cheers

 

Cat

... what you looking at? Never seen a cow that wants to go places ????! ...

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