Unitgarage kit for Moto Guzzi V7.
If your Guzzi doesn't have the right sound and you want to transform it into a perfect scrambler style, now we have what it does for you. Assembly requires no drill or file, just a few tools are needed and in a few hours your bike will become a real special. Styles that refer to the 70s, every detail has been studied in detail. The sound of the exhaust is fantastic, the rear has been raised simply by replacing the saddle handles.
The bike with the kit installed changes character and becomes even more pleasant to ride. The motorcycle can be restored to its original configuration at any time, since nothing is manipulated or damaged for the assembly of the kit. Soon our fantastic bags with dedicated frame, and other fantastic accessories will be available.
NB: The motorbike in the photo is equipped with Heidenau K 60 M / C Enduro tires, measures 410-18 -60 S and post 130/80 -17-69T
The V7 presented in 2008 was born on the Breva 750 model with the aim of offering a new product on the vintage motorcycle market. The references were to the models made in the early 1960s, true icons of the factory in Mandello del Lario. This V7 maintained some of the aesthetic characteristics, the spoked rims, striking tires, the horizontal exhausts, the straight seat and the shaped tank. To this they added the iconic transversal V-twin engine with an inclination of 90 degrees.
The displacement of the V7 will remain 750, even in subsequent versions, in this first re-edition the hp will be almost 49. Starting from 2012, Moto Guzzi will also produce different versions, colors and fittings of this V7. Typical for this model are also the final cardan transmission, the front 18" and rear 17" wheels. This edition mounts a Marzocchi fork and Bitubo double rear shocks.