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Lafranconi competizione to cali ev80 2001

Someone have the lafranconi competizioni on california model. The sound is very different compared with the stock muffler? If someone can record the sound of the california with lafranconi cometizioni I enjoy !

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I did exactly that... see my youtube for 2004EV and 2006 Griso http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfxNmIXxg_4

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Running rich


getting the map custom made. The bike is running more or less at optimum mixture throughout the rev range and the whole package is just working so much smoother and better - output at the wheel is now 72bhp. but...after all these mods shouldn't the bike be running lean if anything? however that's not the case - either the mixture delivered is rich or combustion is vaguely incomplete as the plugs are BLACK with soot and need a soft brushing every few hundred miles. oh, and there is a sooty deposit from the exhaust.,Hi there, In what you are saying, the bike has been set up for flat out running, (in my thinking) therefore you have to run it flat out, for the bike to run right. It's always a trade off If you cruise at, say 120kph when out riding in the countryside, the bike needs to be set up for that, and the bike will run well, if you start running it at 150 and not resetting it, it will run lean, and the opposite with 100. If the bike was set for 120 and the bike was run well out in the countryside and you had a half hour through stop-start traffic and then pulled the plugs, in my thinking again, the plugs would be alot blacker, if this is your case, i wouldn't worry about it. That's the trade off. Some might say it's FI and it will compensate for this, i'm not too sure about this, and i am not a FI guru, but the machine needs to be programmed and can not be programmed to 'how you feel on the day' on how fast you want to go. Just some thoughts along with Lawrence's which i agree with, but just put in a different way,,,,

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Fork brace


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Gear


all the other gears are working fine but it just wont engage in top. Tried it at all different revs but nothing it just will not go in. What should i do?sounds like a possible selecter at fault.,,

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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Power commander


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.

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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Gear


all the other gears are working fine but it just wont engage in top. Tried it at all different revs but nothing it just will not go in. What should i do?sounds like a possible selecter at fault.,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2001 Moto Guzzi California 1100 E.V.

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Intermittent rattle


The 93 model should have the sprung Guzzi timing chain tensioner so although it may not be the best in the world I wouldn't have thought it would make that sort of noise unless the spring's broken.,,,

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