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Old 08-17-2005, 05:17 PM   #51
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Default Re: State of the Guzzi

". . . I AMLooking for a 2002 80TH ANNIVERSARY MOTO GUZZI."



Here ya go pal . . .



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Old 10-21-2005, 07:27 AM   #52
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<blockquote>. . .Thanks to the members of the V11 board, I've corrected the handful of foilbles the bike had . . . removing the sidestand switch . . .<blockquote>



This is what happened to a guzzisti who was riding an '02 LeMans that had the side stand switch removed (unbeknownst to him) . . . Careful about removing the sidestand switch.



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Old 11-06-2005, 04:50 PM   #53
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Default Re: Coppa Vs. Ballabio V11?

I am currently in the mkt for a Coppa or Ballabio. I was at the dealer the other day and we started the Coppa. And wow, what an awesome sound. Just like a bike should be, or a Dozi "cigarette" boat for that matter.



I'm torn about which to go with. Any starting suggestions? I like the paint scheme of the Coppa plus the name is a bit cooler than "Ballabio" but for the xtra $$$ I'm not sure what value I'm getting. This will be my first Guzzi and I think I should save the $$$ and get the '04 Ballabio.



Anyone's suggestions would b much appreciated.



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