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 I was a Moto Guzzi LeMans III

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Werner



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Join date : 2011-02-12
Age : 56
Location : Germany

PostSubject: I was a Moto Guzzi LeMans III   Sun Feb 27, 2011 3:12 am

Hi,
here are some pics from my 1984 Guzzi LeMans III. In the last 22 years I made some changes.

Front fork wits FAC shock absorbers and progressive springs, Koni shocks at the rear, Stucchi fairing (cut off lower partand built new holders), aluminiun tank (26 litres, was designed for CB 750 long distance racer, modified to fit), Tarozzi footrests (modified for direct connections to brake and gears), seat with mudguard, (base made of stainless steel, rear seat cover aluminium), taillight and name plate, complete electric under seat relays for main power and lights, minimized cockpit with digital speed and rpm gauge, shift light and control lights, removed integral brake system, easy clutch with one disk (weight is 4.5 kg less than original), small battery under gearbox, open airbox with optimized carbs, electronic ignition (modyfied newtronic with microprocessor control) and 1000 other things (frame, wheels, gearbox and exhaust pipes are "untouched")

The bike is not everybodies darling, some love it, some hate it and I can live with both.












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