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Power commander Anybody had any experience with these as my local dealer recons they can transform say an 1100i cali and give much more power at the rear wheel also you can add non standard exhausts and air filters and make simple adjustments on the commander.

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Hello,I have a cali.jackal 2001 and have fitted an H pipe plus straight thru's and a power comander with a stage one map, this had a big improvement on performance and drivability. Well worth the expence.

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A mate of mine just put one on his ZX12R and he sais it has made a huge difference in power and running. I like the fact that you can adjust the map for different riding conditions.

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Xt660z


Hello dude. I can buy it for you from the local Yamaha dealer. The trouble is that I am in Romania. This in Europe. If the money is not a problem, I can send the bike to you by ship. It will take ages and lots of money. If this is OK with you, give me more detalis details. By the way, I got one too :). White with red.:)) Dragos

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Brakes


so I got the front bearings changed after all the hassle with the locked bolt and then the bike fails the MOT because the floating disc on the front moves a fraction when brake is locked making a clunk. It was doing same last year but passed ! I seem to remember somewhere on a forum (might not have been here) a listing of bikes that share the same disc as the Cali 1100i - a 300mm flaoting disc with 5 studs Anyone any idea what other makes share the same disc or how to find out? Can't afford the £400 from Motomecca so will need to Ebay for it Check it's the disc which is worn, and not the centre, I had that problem on the back, and it was the centre not the disc which was worn. Even then I only got an advisary, not a fail, and it was moving quite a lot. Mine is a Spada III, same as the Cali III and Mille 1000. All had the 300mm floating disc on 5 studs. The disc and centre are flat.,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Touring

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Tyres and pressures


The Cali' Special tyre pressures:- --------------- 1 RIDER.---------------------- 2 RIDERS Front ...... 2.3 Bar(33.5psi) ................... 2.3Bar(33.5psi) Rear ....... 2.5Bar(36.3psi) .................... 2.9Bar(42psi) I use BT45's on mine but I have the ordinary tubed rims. I find the ride harsh but this may be down to suspension rather than tyres. People recommend running the BT45 at a slightly higher pressure than the book. I got 8500 miles from the front and 4700 from the rear. Although the rear was changed slightly early due to a puncture. I will probably try a different make next time.

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Touring

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ECU


as removing it from circuit doesn't improve the situation. After replacing the ECU all seemed fine ran well initially but a bad battery let me down. I replaced the battery and again she started and ran fine for about 24 hours off and on then stopped completely. The fuel pump ran almost continuously and there was a total lack of sparks. To start with I thought it was the ECU again, but swapping it out for a known good one didn't help. I fiddled with everything I could think of, and checked out the wiring as best as I could with a multimeter (handicapped by a wiring diagram whos colours don't agree with the ones on the bike). All of a sudden she decided to run again, right as rain and continued to do so for a couple of days. Has anyone got any thoughts on this please?,Had a similar problem with my 1100i cali, (not the submerged ecu), turned out to be the relays, make sure that the connections in the relay block are tight, pull each relay in turn, and with a really small screwdriver slightly bend the female parts that the relay pins locate with, so the relay is a snug fit when you push it back in, sorted mine out after a week of similar headache. (Make sure the relays are not duff),,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Special...

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Electrics


in fact only turned over once befors starter was clicking away. Pushed it home tried again - nothing. Put battery on charger - charged up in 15 minutes - tried to start - engine turned over couple of times then click click click at starter been out this morning checked all connections and earths - charged battery up - read 13.22v when full charge light came on, tried to start up - turned over several times, getting slowwr then click click. Checked battery reading 12.17v Any suggestions - is it the battery or what else?,The fact that the voltage drops as the revs increase is very odd. However, the dash voltmeter which I assume you are using is often inaccurate. Try an alternative battery, at least to see if it starts. You could use a car battery with jump leads. With a decent battery the charging might improve too.,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Special...

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Tyres and pressures


The Cali' Special tyre pressures:- --------------- 1 RIDER.---------------------- 2 RIDERS Front ...... 2.3 Bar(33.5psi) ................... 2.3Bar(33.5psi) Rear ....... 2.5Bar(36.3psi) .................... 2.9Bar(42psi) I use BT45's on mine but I have the ordinary tubed rims. I find the ride harsh but this may be down to suspension rather than tyres. People recommend running the BT45 at a slightly higher pressure than the book. I got 8500 miles from the front and 4700 from the rear. Although the rear was changed slightly early due to a puncture. I will probably try a different make next time.

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Special...

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ECU


as removing it from circuit doesn't improve the situation. After replacing the ECU all seemed fine ran well initially but a bad battery let me down. I replaced the battery and again she started and ran fine for about 24 hours off and on then stopped completely. The fuel pump ran almost continuously and there was a total lack of sparks. To start with I thought it was the ECU again, but swapping it out for a known good one didn't help. I fiddled with everything I could think of, and checked out the wiring as best as I could with a multimeter (handicapped by a wiring diagram whos colours don't agree with the ones on the bike). All of a sudden she decided to run again, right as rain and continued to do so for a couple of days. Has anyone got any thoughts on this please?,Had a similar problem with my 1100i cali, (not the submerged ecu), turned out to be the relays, make sure that the connections in the relay block are tight, pull each relay in turn, and with a really small screwdriver slightly bend the female parts that the relay pins locate with, so the relay is a snug fit when you push it back in, sorted mine out after a week of similar headache. (Make sure the relays are not duff),,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV Special...

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Brakes


so I got the front bearings changed after all the hassle with the locked bolt and then the bike fails the MOT because the floating disc on the front moves a fraction when brake is locked making a clunk. It was doing same last year but passed ! I seem to remember somewhere on a forum (might not have been here) a listing of bikes that share the same disc as the Cali 1100i - a 300mm flaoting disc with 5 studs Anyone any idea what other makes share the same disc or how to find out? Can't afford the £400 from Motomecca so will need to Ebay for it Check it's the disc which is worn, and not the centre, I had that problem on the back, and it was the centre not the disc which was worn. Even then I only got an advisary, not a fail, and it was moving quite a lot. Mine is a Spada III, same as the Cali III and Mille 1000. All had the 300mm floating disc on 5 studs. The disc and centre are flat.,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV

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Electrics


in fact only turned over once befors starter was clicking away. Pushed it home tried again - nothing. Put battery on charger - charged up in 15 minutes - tried to start - engine turned over couple of times then click click click at starter been out this morning checked all connections and earths - charged battery up - read 13.22v when full charge light came on, tried to start up - turned over several times, getting slowwr then click click. Checked battery reading 12.17v Any suggestions - is it the battery or what else?,The fact that the voltage drops as the revs increase is very odd. However, the dash voltmeter which I assume you are using is often inaccurate. Try an alternative battery, at least to see if it starts. You could use a car battery with jump leads. With a decent battery the charging might improve too.,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2002 Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV

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Brakes


so I got the front bearings changed after all the hassle with the locked bolt and then the bike fails the MOT because the floating disc on the front moves a fraction when brake is locked making a clunk. It was doing same last year but passed ! I seem to remember somewhere on a forum (might not have been here) a listing of bikes that share the same disc as the Cali 1100i - a 300mm flaoting disc with 5 studs Anyone any idea what other makes share the same disc or how to find out? Can't afford the £400 from Motomecca so will need to Ebay for it Check it's the disc which is worn, and not the centre, I had that problem on the back, and it was the centre not the disc which was worn. Even then I only got an advisary, not a fail, and it was moving quite a lot. Mine is a Spada III, same as the Cali III and Mille 1000. All had the 300mm floating disc on 5 studs. The disc and centre are flat. ,,,

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