Meticulously maintained and tastefully modified Cafe Racer. This is a V7 that actually deserves the Racer moniker. Highly modified by world-renowned Moto Guzzi specialist Guzzitech. This bike feels nothing like a stock bike. It’s lighter, tighter, louder and goes like the clappers!
This custom weighs a solid 40 lbs less than a stock bike, it makes significantly more power and torque everywhere in the rev range. It gets compliments and draws crowds everywhere you go. It is without a doubt one of the nicest Guzzis on the east coast. I’ve yet to see its equal.
A list of over $6,300 worth of performance modifications used to transform this bike into a proper racer:
1. Full Guzzitech 2>1 hand fabricated exhaust: ($1650) The ultimate performance mod. Providing the most power and the greatest weight reduction along with a FANTASTIC sound. This thing roars up the rev range and pops, crackles and burbles on decel. It’s loud but not in an obnoxious way. 2. Guzzitech ECU tune: ($500) The tuners among you will know that to unleash the full performance of an exhaust change you need to update the ECU to “talk” to the new parts and adjust the fueling for the new back pressure. In combination with the 2>1 exhaust, the performance of this bike is unlocked. I have tuned race cars and other motorcycles before, but I have never experienced such a radical transformation. This bike RIPS! It Revs like a banshee right up to the rev limiter and seat of the pants feel is a 20% power increase. If you think I’m exaggerating read the reviews on Guzzitech. 3. Matris Twin Rear Shocks: ($1095) The stock V7 Racer Suspension is garbage and utterly bamboozled by any pothole. 4. Metal Vintage style cylinder heads: ($580) The stock cylinder heads are plastic and look ghastly. These are black custom units from Guzzitech with the eagles laser etched. 5. Antigravity ATX12 HD: ($260 The cheapest way to drop 8 lbs from a bike. 6. K-Town SpeedshopTail Tidy: ($200) Improve the aesthetics and shed unnecessary weight. 7. Rizoma Bar end Mirrors: ($320) lighter, smaller, and easier to split lanes with 8. Mini Motogadget front blinkers: ($90) 9. Euro-style mini kickstand: ($120) less than half the weight of the stock kickstand and nearly invisible when you get it tucked under the bike. 10. Custom fabricated metal vintage side brackets: ($250) The stock ones just don’t work with the design.
check the prices yourself on www.guzzitech.com
Upgrades not currently on the bike ($1250)
1.Custom Guzzitech GTV7 Drop in Front Fork Kit ($500) 2. Brembo Upgraded Brake Kit and reservoir ($450) 3. Stainless steel braided brake lines. ($80) 4. Custom Stainless Mini Front fairing( $100) 5. Rear Conti Go Tire ($120)
The bike has NEVER been dropped. It’s in fantastic condition. I am the second owner and bought it with 750 miles in Texas. I have a clean title in hand. It also comes with the remainder of its transferable extended factory warranty which expires 2020.
What does it need? New tires and service. The bike was last serviced at just over 6k at a certified Guzzi Dealer in NJ, and it’s now just reaching its next 6k service interval. (I have all service receipts) You could either have this done (about $500), or DIY if your handy with a wrench and know these bikes.
Flaws: there are a few small scratches on the exhaust from rocks as well as a few small knicks on the right mirror which fell off the bike due to a loose screw.
Original takeoff parts available and in excellent condition, if the buyer is willing to pay for them, otherwise I will keep them as spares for my other V7.
The bike is available to test ride for serious buyers close to Asbury Park NJ. The first one to ride it will buy it.
More pics available upon request. Reserve is the cost of parts and shipping. Selling to make room for a Norton.
The bike is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end the auction early. Good Luck bidding.