Saturday, December 31, 2011

2010 MOTO GUZZI V7 Clubman Racer desktop wallpaper

2010 MOTO GUZZI V7 Clubman Racer
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2010 MOTO GUZZI V7 Clubman Racer
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Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer is the end result of extensive tuning inspired by the motorcycles that in the 1970s challenged each other in the modified production category.

Races enlivened by heated rivalry between fans of the Japanese bikes, at the time extremely powerful but hard to handle, and fans of Italian motorcycles, perhaps on the minus side in terms of power but superior to their Oriental challengers when it came to their rigorous chassis and braking. Challenges on the tracks then shifted to tables at bars, where showing off a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport with single-seat saddle, racing exhaust system and the unfailing top fairing was the symbol of belonging to the elite of the sportiest motorcyclists.

All of the relish of challenges between gentlemen riders comes back to life in the classic sportiness of the V7.

Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer is the end result of extensive tuning inspired by the motorcycles that in the 1970s challenged each other in the modified production category.

Races enlivened by heated rivalry between fans of the Japanese bikes, at the time extremely powerful but hard to handle, and fans of Italian motorcycles, perhaps on the minus side in terms of power but superior to their Oriental challengers when it came to their rigorous chassis and braking. Challenges on the tracks then shifted to tables at bars, where showing off a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport with single-seat saddle, racing exhaust system and the unfailing top fairing was the symbol of belonging to the elite of the sportiest motorcyclists.

The V7 Clubman Racer is the epitome of this snapshot taken more than 30 years ago, and reworks it by adopting the technology and quality standard of today's manufacturing processes.

The latest member of the V7 family is fitted with a top fairing inspired by the legendary 850 LeMans, a single-seat saddle with number plate, and even flaunts a roaring pair of Arrow silencers.

Its footrests moved back and adjustable handlebars make it inviting to take onto the track.

All that a gentleman rider in the mood for track days has to do is put on a helmet and a simple leather suit, find the ideal set-up by adjusting the sophisticated pair of Bitubo shock absorbers and guide the 18 inch front wheel as close as possible to the kerb.

The strong personality of the Moto Guzzi V7 Clubman Racer is also underscored by details like the chrome tank complete with knee guard, rear-view mirrors anchored to the ends of the handlebar, the chrome Moto Guzzi logo ornaments and the new racing fuel tank cap.

The rest of the bike follows the features of the V7 Cafè with regard to both chassis geometry, with its double cradle design and lower elements bolted on and removable, and to the geometry with the headstock tilted at 26°50'. In addition to the multi-adjustable Bitubo shock absorbers, the suspension banks on the absorption capacity of the Marzocchi fork with 40 mm stanchions and 130 mm travel.

The braking system consists of a 320 mm floating front disc and a 260 mm disc in the rear, while the spoke wheels have the same diameter as those of the V7 Cafè but instead of high profile tyres, they are equipped with the higher performance and aesthetically pleasing Pirelli Demon Sport, with a larger 140/70 tyre in rear.

All owners of V7 bikes can find all of the parts supplied standard on the V7 Clubman Racer in the new Moto Guzzi accessories catalogue, available separately.

Specifications

Engine : Type 90° V-Twin, 4 strokes
Displacement : 744 cc :
Maximum power output : 35,5 kW (48,8 CV) at 6,800 rpm (25kW available upon request)
Max Torque : 58,2 Nm at 3,200 rpm
Exhaust system : 3 ways catalyzed with sonda Lambda
Gearbox : 5 speeds
Secondary drive : shaft drive, ratio 8/33=1 : 4,825
Front suspension : Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 40 mm
Rear suspension : swinging arm in light cast alloy with two dampers, preload adjustable
Front brake : single stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, with 4 piston calipers
Rear brake : single steel disc, Ø 260 mm
Wheels: : spoke light alloy
Tyres : 100/90 - 18 56H TL (Front) - 140/70 17 65H TL (Rear)
Length : Max 2,185 mm
Width (handlebars) : Max 800 mm
Height (dashboard) : 1,115 mm
Seat height : 805 mm
Dry weight : 182 kg
Fuel tank capacity : 17 litres (Reserve 2,5 litres)
Dry weight : 182 Kg





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2010 MOTO GUZZI V12 Strada Motorcycle Photos

2010 MOTO GUZZI V12 Strada
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2010 MOTO GUZZI V12 Strada
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Miguel Galluzzi and Pierre Terblanche capture the essence of Moto Guzzi and inject it into motorcycles to drool over, designed with one thing in mind: pure riding pleasure.

Miguel Galluzzi e Pierre Terblanche - two of the most brilliant motorcycle designers of all time - teamed up to present us with their styling exercises centred around the very essence of the Moto Guzzi brand - its legendary in-line twin-cylinder engine.

The V12 prototypes have been developed around the 1,200 cc 4-valve 90-degree V-twin from Mandello, so much so that they were even named after it.

This is Moto Guzzi's tribute to the one engine that turned the "Italian eagle" brand into a myth of motorcycling and to its unique character. It is a statement of Moto Guzzi's commitment to keep developing and improving its flagship engine for the years to come.

Pierre Terblanche's prototypes stand out for the minimalist design of the aluminium casting frame embracing that true masterpiece of mechanics. The frame compact dimensions make for a simple, neat layout. Tank, saddle and tail are integrated into a monocoque structure, an unconventional example of the fine art of design combining technology, style and practicality.

The overall impression is one of striking neatness, a sight unseen in the motorcycle industry: there is not a single cable left in sight, not a single off-key detail to be found. Such uncluttered appearance and compact size would simply be unthinkable without the sleek layout of the Guzzi twin-cylinder engine. Quite a paradox, if one considers the exuberant personality of this engine.

The V12 models are true to the Moto Guzzi tradition and its commitment to innovation that goes back nearly 9 decades.

Moto Guzzi is back to the quintessential Italian bike (so much so that all labels and indications are in Italian), a statement of style combined with technology. Rather than on performance for performance's sake, the focus is on showcasing the mechanics, on essential design, on the pleasure of owning a unique motorcycle and - of course - on riding fun, thanks to its eager engine and amazing chassis.

The prototypes feature innovative details and solutions, like the concept bikes they are. Noteworthy are the cutting-edge rear suspension of the V12 LeMans, the LCD "rear-view mirrors", the LED light units, the "suspended" passenger footpegs and the heat sinks.

1- MOTO GUZZI V12 LM: This is the Italian sports bike reinvented, true to the legacy of the legend of Le Mans it is named after. This bike is for those who want an exclusive motorcycle to ogle and to own for the utmost riding pleasure. The bike provides excellent performance under all riding conditions and easy rideability for all to enjoy. Like the other two versions, the V12 LM combines luxury details (height adjustment for top fairing and handlebar) with innovative, yet well-proven components.

2- Moto Guzzi V12 STRADA: This is the essential bike and the most versatile model in the V12 range. Perfect for everyday commuting, comfortable for two-up riding, with perfect naked ergonomics. The touring-style handlebar is matched by the generously sized tail fairing capable of accommodating a comfortable passenger saddle. The V12 Strada sports a range of technical solutions and aesthetic details built around the Moto Guzzi twin-cylinder engine, that would have been unthinkable with a conventional engine layout. The passenger footpegs are connected to the swingarm through a linkage system and look as if they were floating in air, enhancing that sleek, uncluttered look that is at the core of the styling concept.

3- Moto Guzzi V12 X: this is a "one-of-a-kind" motorcycle, true to the character of the Guzzi twin-cylinder. The focus is on riding fun, and is enhanced by its aggressive design. The V12 X is the motorcycle for aggressive riders that begs to be pushed to the limit. Born to show off and fun to ride, this motorcycle is in a category of its own. Its spirited personality is highlighted by the aggressive riding position, a sports-like chassis set-up, longer suspension travel and a rev happy engine.

Moto Guzzi V12 LM, V12 Strada and V12 X are three extraordinary Italian motorcycles. In the words of Miguel Galluzzi, Manager of the Piaggio Group styling centre:

"There is an impalpable, yet very real force in the history of Moto Guzzi. It lies in the ideas and in the unrelenting research work that led Moto Guzzi to build its tradition on innovation.

Mentioning all the accomplishments of Moto Guzzi and their significance in the history of the Italian motorcycling industry would seem like indulging in some kind of vain celebration. Throughout its history, Moto Guzzi has put forward a unique concept of motorcycle. Everything started with an idea, and new ideas have always been the lifeblood of the "Italian eagle".

New ideas once again mark a turning point in our history.

The prototypes showcased today are only the beginning: such unparalleled care for detail and neat design would be unthinkable without our twin-cylinder engine. Keep an eye on Moto Guzzi because this is just the first step. We are back to relying on ideas, and we have plenty of them. This is just the beginning".

Specifications

Engine 90° V-twin engine, 4 valves per cylinder
Engine capacity 1,151 cc
Max. power NA
Max. torque NA
Exhaust system 2 into 1 stainless steel exhaust with 3-way catalytic converter and oxygen sensor (Euro 3)
Gearbox 6-speed
Final drive Compact reactive cardan shaft drive system called CA.R.C.; double cardan joint and floating bevel gear seat




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Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

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2010 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos V12 LM Concept

2010 MOTO GUZZI V12 LM Concept
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2010 MOTO GUZZI V12 LM Concept
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Miguel Galluzzi and Pierre Terblanche capture the essence of Moto Guzzi and inject it into motorcycles to drool over, designed with one thing in mind: pure riding pleasure.

Miguel Galluzzi e Pierre Terblanche - two of the most brilliant motorcycle designers of all time - teamed up to present us with their styling exercises centred around the very essence of the Moto Guzzi brand - its legendary in-line twin-cylinder engine.

The V12 prototypes have been developed around the 1,200 cc 4-valve 90-degree V-twin from Mandello, so much so that they were even named after it.

This is Moto Guzzi's tribute to the one engine that turned the "Italian eagle" brand into a myth of motorcycling and to its unique character. It is a statement of Moto Guzzi's commitment to keep developing and improving its flagship engine for the years to come.

Pierre Terblanche's prototypes stand out for the minimalist design of the aluminium casting frame embracing that true masterpiece of mechanics. The frame compact dimensions make for a simple, neat layout. Tank, saddle and tail are integrated into a monocoque structure, an unconventional example of the fine art of design combining technology, style and practicality.

The overall impression is one of striking neatness, a sight unseen in the motorcycle industry: there is not a single cable left in sight, not a single off-key detail to be found. Such uncluttered appearance and compact size would simply be unthinkable without the sleek layout of the Guzzi twin-cylinder engine. Quite a paradox, if one considers the exuberant personality of this engine.

The V12 models are true to the Moto Guzzi tradition and its commitment to innovation that goes back nearly 9 decades.

Moto Guzzi is back to the quintessential Italian bike (so much so that all labels and indications are in Italian), a statement of style combined with technology. Rather than on performance for performance's sake, the focus is on showcasing the mechanics, on essential design, on the pleasure of owning a unique motorcycle and - of course - on riding fun, thanks to its eager engine and amazing chassis.

The prototypes feature innovative details and solutions, like the concept bikes they are. Noteworthy are the cutting-edge rear suspension of the V12 LeMans, the LCD "rear-view mirrors", the LED light units, the "suspended" passenger footpegs and the heat sinks.

1- MOTO GUZZI V12 LM: This is the Italian sports bike reinvented, true to the legacy of the legend of Le Mans it is named after. This bike is for those who want an exclusive motorcycle to ogle and to own for the utmost riding pleasure. The bike provides excellent performance under all riding conditions and easy rideability for all to enjoy. Like the other two versions, the V12 LM combines luxury details (height adjustment for top fairing and handlebar) with innovative, yet well-proven components.

2- Moto Guzzi V12 STRADA: This is the essential bike and the most versatile model in the V12 range. Perfect for everyday commuting, comfortable for two-up riding, with perfect naked ergonomics. The touring-style handlebar is matched by the generously sized tail fairing capable of accommodating a comfortable passenger saddle. The V12 Strada sports a range of technical solutions and aesthetic details built around the Moto Guzzi twin-cylinder engine, that would have been unthinkable with a conventional engine layout. The passenger footpegs are connected to the swingarm through a linkage system and look as if they were floating in air, enhancing that sleek, uncluttered look that is at the core of the styling concept.

3- Moto Guzzi V12 X: this is a "one-of-a-kind" motorcycle, true to the character of the Guzzi twin-cylinder. The focus is on riding fun, and is enhanced by its aggressive design. The V12 X is the motorcycle for aggressive riders that begs to be pushed to the limit. Born to show off and fun to ride, this motorcycle is in a category of its own. Its spirited personality is highlighted by the aggressive riding position, a sports-like chassis set-up, longer suspension travel and a rev happy engine.

Moto Guzzi V12 LM, V12 Strada and V12 X are three extraordinary Italian motorcycles. In the words of Miguel Galluzzi, Manager of the Piaggio Group styling centre:

"There is an impalpable, yet very real force in the history of Moto Guzzi. It lies in the ideas and in the unrelenting research work that led Moto Guzzi to build its tradition on innovation.

Mentioning all the accomplishments of Moto Guzzi and their significance in the history of the Italian motorcycling industry would seem like indulging in some kind of vain celebration. Throughout its history, Moto Guzzi has put forward a unique concept of motorcycle. Everything started with an idea, and new ideas have always been the lifeblood of the "Italian eagle".

New ideas once again mark a turning point in our history.

The prototypes showcased today are only the beginning: such unparalleled care for detail and neat design would be unthinkable without our twin-cylinder engine. Keep an eye on Moto Guzzi because this is just the first step. We are back to relying on ideas, and we have plenty of them. This is just the beginning".


Specifications

Engine 90° V-twin engine, 4 valves per cylinder
Engine capacity 1,151 cc
Max. power NA
Max. torque NA
Exhaust system 2 into 1 stainless steel exhaust with 3-way catalytic converter and oxygen sensor (Euro 3)
Gearbox 6-speed
Final drive Compact reactive cardan shaft drive system called CA.R.C.; double cardan joint and floating bevel gear seat





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Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

2010 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos Nevada Aquila Nera

2010 MOTO GUZZI Nevada Aquila Nera
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2010 MOTO GUZZI Nevada Aquila Nera
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MOTO GUZZI:
PRESENTING THE NEW AQUILA NERA SERIES FOR THREE GREAT CLASSICS OF THE EAGLE BRAND

The new 2010 range of Moto Guzzi "customs": the legendary California 1100, the nimble Nevada 750 and the sporty Bellagio 940 are all now available in the new Aquila Nera variant. Once again, the historical Moto Guzzi eagle takes pride of place on the tank, now against an all-new black livery highlighting the mechanicals and the classic lines of these three legendary bikes.


Specifications

Type : 90° V-Twin, 4 stroke
Cooling system : air cooled
Displacement : 744 cc
Maximum power : 35,5 kW at (48.2 HP) 6,800 rpm (25kW available upon request)
Maximum torque : 54.7 Nm at 3.600 rpm
Gearbox : 5 speed
Secondary drive : shaft drive, ratio 8/33 = 1:4.825
Front suspension : Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 40 mm
Rear suspension : swinging arm in light cast alloy with two dampers, preload adjustable
Front brake : single stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, 4 piston calipers
Rear brake : single steel disc, Ø 260 mm
Front tyre : 110/90
Rear tyre : 130/90
Length : 2,166 mm
Width : 825 mm
Height : 1,068 mm
Seat height : 767 mm
Dry weight : 184 kg
Fuel tank capacity : 14 litres (reserve: 4 litres)

Accessories : rear carrier, side bags, engine guard





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The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

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= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

2010 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos California Aquila Nera

2010 MOTO GUZZI California Aquila Nera
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2010 MOTO GUZZI California Aquila Nera
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PRESENTING THE NEW AQUILA NERA SERIES FOR THREE GREAT CLASSICS OF THE EAGLE BRAND.
The new 2010 range of Moto Guzzi "customs": the legendary California 1100, the nimble Nevada 750 and the sporty Bellagio 940 are all now available in the new Aquila Nera variant. Once again, the historical Moto Guzzi eagle takes pride of place on the tank, now against an all-new black livery highlighting the mechanicals and the classic lines of these three legendary bikes.

Aquila Nera: this evocative moniker has been chosen for a new trim level for MY 2010 created for Moto Guzzi's custom models. The new variants will go on sale ahead of Eicma 2009 Milan Motorcycle Show, during which Moto Guzzi will be presenting even more additions to its product range.

With the Aquila Nera range, Moto Guzzi has, for the first time ever, applied the same unique and bold styling cues to a range of legendary models evocative of some of the most significant successes in the history of the brand.

Moto Guzzi California is unquestionably Moto Guzzi's most famous custom model and is one of the best known and best loved bikes in the world. Conceived in the early 1970s for the American market, it made for a name for itself in all five continents, earning universal acclaim for its bold image and impeccable road manners. It became famous for its legendary reliability - as testified by the fact that it was used as an official police vehicle by the NYPD (New York Police Department) for over a decade - and for its performance, which increased progressively through a continuous process of evolution of the engine that took it from 750 cc to 850, 1000 and eventually 1100 cc.

Specifications

MSRP: $TBD USD

Type : 90° V-Twin, 4 stroke
Displacement : 1,064 cc
Maximum power : 54 kW (73,4 CV) at 6,400 rpm
Maximum torque : 94 Nm at 5,000 rpm
Exhaust system : steel, 2 tubes connected to an expansion room, that is connected to 2 steel mufflers;
three-way catalyzer with Lambda sensor (Euro 3)
Gearbox : 5 speed, costant mesh gears with built-in cush drive
Secondary drive : shaft drive, ratio 8/33 = 1:4.125

Front suspension : Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 45 mm, adjustable separately
Rear suspension : swing arm with 2 hydraulic shock absorbers, exstension adjustable
Braking system : Integral braking system, with proportioning and delay valve
Front brake : double Brembo Serie Oro stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, 4 piston calipers
Rear brake : single Brembo stainless steel floating disc, Ø 282 mm, 2 piston calipers
Front tyre : 110/90 VB 18"
Rear tyre : 140/70 VB 17"
Length : 2,380 mm
Width : 815 mm
Height : 1,390 mm
Seat height : 780 mm
Dry weight : 251 kg
Fuel tank capacity : 19 litres (Reserve 4 litres)




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The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

Friday, December 30, 2011

2010 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos Norge GT 8V

2010 MOTO GUZZI Norge GT 8V
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2010 MOTO GUZZI Norge GT 8V
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First class travel.
The new 8V version of the 1200 cc twin-cylinder Moto Guzzi Norge has been updated to consolidate its vocation of being an indefatigable GT.

A tireless traveller, the acknowledged champion of reliability and the bike chosen by many law enforcement agencies including that of the city of Berlin, today the Norge has been updated and is entrenching its long-range Gran Turismo vocation with the new GT 8V version.

This acronym not only emphasises the latest development of the 4 valve per cylinder engine it mounts, but also introduces substantial new components and finishes such as to make the Moto Guzzi Norge GT 8V a new model definitely better performing than the previous one in terms of performance, riding comfort and riding pleasure.

The throbbing heart of this delightful Gran Turismo bike is the renowned 90° V-twin engine universally known for being particularly gifted from the performance viewpoint.

In this latest version, equipped with a new and more efficient exhaust system, it expresses a maximum torque greater than 113 Nm delivered at only 5,800 rpm and easily reaches a peak of more than 100 HP in power, all at a maximum rpm nearly that of an automobile.

Its increase in performance is balanced by the development of a new suspension setting achieved by replacing both springs of the fork and shock absorber and by improving the hydraulic response. The result? It has given the Norge GT 8V back sportier dynamics by speeding up entry into turns and solidity in changing direction, even when used in full load conditions, which are frequent in a Gran Turismo model like the flagship of Mandello del Lario.

Again in terms of riding comfort, the new full fairing has been redesigned to increase the protection from the elements of the rider and passenger and effectively insulate them with regard to acoustics and temperature. The advantage of this new vehicle is also extended to the engine cooling, with its effective air circulation achieved with new intakes and extractors moulded in the surface of the fairing, and to its easy to read instrument panel, which is now positioned closer to the rider's eyes.

One of the most significant innovations in daily use is introduction of a new centre stand, with the lever arm redesigned to provide easy operation.

On the road, the Moto Guzzi Norge GT 8V ensures comfortable and relaxed riding, during which the rider can appreciate the generous thrust of the engine, the smooth operation of the 6-speed gearbox and the effectiveness of the innovative C.A.R.C. (Compact Reactive Shaft Drive) final drive.
When seated on the saddle, the Norge GT 8V reveals the care devoted to its ergonomics in many significant details: the saddle, just 800mm above the ground, is padded with foam that adapts to the shape of the body and upholstered with anti-slip material; the footrests are covered with vibration-damping material; the sumptuous cockpit contains an instrument panel complete with trip computer able to give the rider not only trip data (previous and current), but also maintenance and check control intervals.

Last but not least, the bike also has a convenient 12 Volt external outlet, large under-seat storage space, heated hand grips and many other fine details, like adjustable suspension and built-in passenger grab handles.

Specifications
Type : 90° V-Twin, 4 stroke
Displacement : 1,151 cc
Maximum torque : 77 KW (105 CV) at 7,500 rpm
Max Torque : 110 Nm at 5,800 rpm
Exhaust system : stainless steel, 2 into 1 type with catalytic converter, height-adjustable muffler
Gears : 6 speed
Secondary drive : Compact Reactive Shaft Drive CA.R.C.; double universal joint with floating bevel gear,
ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3.666
Front suspension : telescopic hydraulic fork with Ø 45 mm, preload adjustable
Rear suspension : single arm suspension with progressive linkage, rear shock absorber adjustable in
rebound and pre-load (hydraulic)
Front brake : double stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, 4 piston calipers - abs
Rear brake : single steel disc, Ø 282 mm, 2 piston caliper - abs
Front tyre : 120/70 ZR17"
Rear tyre : 180/55 ZR17"
Length : 2,195 mm
Width (handlebars) : 870 mm
Height (dashboard) : 1,125 mm
Seat height : 800 mm
Dry weight : 251 kg
Fuel tank capacity : 23 litres (Reserve 4 litres)

Accessories : Top Case, heated handgrips, rear carrier





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The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

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2009 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos Griso 8V Special Edition

2009 MOTO GUZZI Griso 8V Special Edition
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2009 MOTO GUZZI Griso 8V Special Edition
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European Specifications

ENGINE
Type : Four-stroke V 90 twin
Cooling : Air and oil cooled with independent cooling pump
Capacity : 1,151cc
Bore and stroke : 95 x 81.2 mm
Compression ratio : 11 : 1
Timing diagram : Intake valve opening 36° before upper TDC.
(play 1 mm) Intake valve closing 62° after lower TDC.
Exhaust valve opening 58° before lower TDC.
Exhaust valve closing 30° after upper TDC.
measured with rocker arm/valve play of 1.5 mm
Maximum power output : Over 80.8 kW (110 CV) at 7,500 rpm
Max Torque : Over 108 Nm at 6,400 rpm
Fuel supply/ignition : Multipoint sequential electronic injection, Magneti Marelli IAW 5A phased, alfa-n system; 2 x Ø50 mm throttle bodies with Weber IWP 189 injectors, Lambda probe.
Starter : Electric
Spark plugs : NGK PMR8B (Long Life)
Exhaust system : Stainless steel two-into-one 3-way catalysed with Lambda probe.
Homologation : Euro 3

TRANSMISSION
Gearbox : 6 speed
Gear ratios : 1st 17/38 = 1 : 2.235
: 2nd 20/34 = 1 : 1.700
: 3rd 23/31 = 1 : 1.348
: 4th 26/29 = 1 : 1.115
: 5th 31/30 = 1 : 0.968
: 6th 29/25 = 1 : 0.862
Lubrication : Oil bath
Primary drive : Helicoidal gears, ratio 26/35 = 1 : 1.346
Final drive : CA.R.C reactive drive; double universal joint with floating bevel gear, ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3,666
Clutch : Single plate with integrated flexible couplings

FRAME
Frame : High tensile steel tubular twin cradle
Wheelbase : 1,554 mm
Rake : 108 mm
Steering rake : 26.30°
Steering angle. : 34°
Front suspension : Upside down Ø 43 mm fully adjustable forks (spring preload and hydraulic for rebound and compression) with mounting for radial calipers.
Front wheel travel : 120 mm
Rear suspension : Progressive single swingarm, fully adjustable monoshock with separate gas reservoir (spring preload and hydraulic for rebound and compression).
Rear wheel travel : 110 mm
Front brakes : Twin floating 320 mm stainless steel wave discs, radial calipers with 4 opposed pistons.
Rear brakes : Single 282 mm fixed stainless steel disc, floating caliper with 2 parallel pistons.








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The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

2009 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos California Vintage

2009 MOTO GUZZI California Vintage
MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos



2009 MOTO GUZZI California Vintage
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CALIFORNIA CLASSIC - VINTAGE
THE DISCREET ATTRACTION OF TRADITION.

An Italian custom bike for the US police.
Thirty-five years have gone by, but the Moto Guzzi California continues to play a leading role in the collective imagination of motorcyclists throughout the world. In 1971 when the first model was introduced, the custom market was divided into the original US models and their imitations from the East. Moto Guzzi introduced a motorcycle with a strong personality based on the tried and tested frame of the V7 Special and the legendary 90° V-Twin engine with a capacity of 757cc. A winning combination which won international success, not least because it proposed a new way of motorcycling, in contrast to the exaggerated quest for performance. On a Guzzi California, you travelled - and you travel - in total relaxation. The seat, as comfortable as an armchair, enables you to enjoy the landscape protected from the wind in the shelter of the large windshield, fitted as standard together with the panniers, a clear sign of its vocation for travel. These qualities enabled the V7 California to triumphantly cross the ocean where it was adopted first by the L.A.P.D. (Los Angeles Police Department) and subsequently by other US states. The rest is history - and legend. A familiar presence in films and advertisements, the California has every right to be considered as one of those industrial design objects which have left their mark on our history. Its two legendary wheels have never stopped - and neither has its evolution. Year after year, the look and technology has been updated, without altering its original personality and spirit. Now, 35 years after its birth, Moto Guzzi has decided to pay tribute to this extraordinary model by creating an exclusive Vintage version, dedicated to those who want to go on dreaming.

The discreet charm of tradition.
Technology and tradition have inspired the numerous changes defining the character of the California Vintage, a cult object even before its market launch. The reference to the past is obvious in the delightful spoked wheels, in the newly-designed steel mudguards, in the new Brembo front callipers with black finish and in the supplementary fog lights, controlled by a switch on the right block.

In this model, attention is paid to the smallest detail - the windshield is decorated with a stainless steel strip and both the handlebar and two-tone seat are exclusive to the model. The classic engine is protected by chromed steel tubes with integrated. The special bags are fixed, made from rotational nylon, waterproof, lined and again protected with chromed steel tubes. The luggage rack is also chromed for a high-class touring look. The California Vintage is a precious object to be looked after with love and attention. Moto Guzzi has therefore also designed a special bike cover for this motorcycle where luxury is standard.

An all-new ride.
While externally the California Vintage retains the same unmistakable look which brought it success throughout the world, technically it has been profoundly changed over the years and for the 2006 season it has undergone radical treatment. The engine has been almost entirely imported from the Breva 1100, with a considerable improvement in performance. The heads, cylinders, conrods, pistons, sintered valve seats and guides and Nymonic exhaust valves come from the Mandello del Lario naked and inherit its power characteristics. The alternator has also been improved and the flywheel is new. Combustion is more efficient thanks to the twin spark cylinder heads, while the timing system is entrusted to the well-proven mechanical tappets. Other minor technical modifications include the new throttle body guards and cableways between the cylinders and tank. As far as the mechanics are concerned, the braking pressure distributor has been modified to improve efficiency. More powerful, easier to ride and safer, the look of the California Vintage has also been radically changed. An exclusive and well deserved tribute to a motorcycle which has become a symbol.



USA Specifications
MSRP: $14,990 USD

Engine
Type 90° V-twin, 4 strokes
Cooling system Air cooled
Displacement 1.064 cc
Bore and stroke 3.6” x 3.15” (92 x 80 mm)
Compression ratio 9,8 : 1
Timing system 2 overhead valves, moved by light alloy push-rods and rocker arm
with mechanical tappets
Valve timing:
intake open 96° B.T.D.C.
intake close 128° A.B.D.C.
exhaust open 120° B.B.D.C.
exhaust closes 92° A.T.D.C.
Maximum power 54 kW at 6.400 rpm
Maximum torque 94 Nm at 5.000 rpm
Fuel system Magneti Marelli IAW alfa-n system Multipoint phased sequential fuel;
2 nozzle holders of Ø 40 mm, with injectors Weber IW 031
Starting system Electric
Ignition Magneti Marelli IAW 15RC electronic digital ignition with inductive spark
Exhaust system steel, 2 tubes connected to an expansion room, that is connected to 2 steel mufflers; three-way catalyzer with Lambda sensor (Euro 3)
Homologation
Euro 3 / EPA

Transmission
Gearbox 5 speed, constant mesh gears with built-in cush drive
Internal ratios 1° 14/28 = 1 : 2
2° 18/25 = 1 : 1,389
3° 21/22 = 1 : 1,048
4° 23/20 = 1 : 0,870
5° 28/21 = 1 : 0,750
Lubrication Forced lobes, with geared pump and pressure regulator
Primary drive By helical gears, ratio: 17/21=1 : 1,235
Secondary drive Shaft drive
ratio: 8/33=1 : 4,125
Clutch dual disc dry with mechanical control

Chassis
Frame Detachable tubular duplex cradle in special high-strength steel
Wheelbase 61.4” (1,560 mm)
Trail 4.5” (116 mm)
Rake 29 °
Front suspension Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 45 mm, adjustable separately
Front wheel travel 5.5” (140 mm)
Rear suspension swing arm with 2 hydraulic shock absorbers, preload adjustable
Rear wheel travel 3.8” (96 mm)
Breaking system Integral breaking system, with proportioning and delay valve
Front brake double Brembo Serie Oro stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, 4 piston calipers
Rear brake single Brembo stainless steel floating disc, Ø 282 mm, 2 piston calipers
Wheels: Behr spoked steel rims
Front rim 2.50” x 18”
Rear rim 3.50” x 17”
Front tyre 110/90 VB18"
Rear tyre 140/70 VB17"

Electrical equipment
Voltage 12 V
Battery 12 V - 30 Amp/h
Alternator
12 V - 350 Watt

Dimensions
Length 93.7” (2,380 mm)
Width 32.1” (815 mm)
Height 54.7” (1,390 mm)
Seat height 30.7” (780 mm)
Ground clearance 7.5” (190 mm)
Handlebar height 41.3” (1,050 mm)
Front footboard height 12.8” (326 mm)
Rear footboard height 15.1” (385 mm)
Dry weight 580 lbs (263 kg)
Fuel tank capacity 5 gallons (19 litres)
Reserve 1 gallon (4 litres)

MSRP $14,990
Two-year factory warranty and 24-hour Roadside Assistance come standard.
Specifications may change without notice.

Handlebar height 41.3” (1,050 mm)
Front footboard height 12.8” (326 mm)
Rear footboard height 15.1” (385 mm)
Dry weight 580 lbs (263 kg)
Fuel tank capacity 5 gallons (19 litres)
Reserve 1 gallon (4 litres)

MSRP $18,995
Two-year factory warranty and 24-hour Roadside Assistance come standard.
Specifications may change without notice.

* Technical specifications of California Vintage may change without notice.




Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Injury Lawyers
Florida Injury Lawyers
www.injurylawyers.com
The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

2009 MOTO GUZZI MGS-01 CORSA Motorcycle Photos

2009 MOTO GUZZI MGS-01 CORSA
MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos



2009 MOTO GUZZI MGS-01 CORSA
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THE WINNING WEAPON.
The motorbike manufacturing company that has chalked up 3329 victories in international competitions, including 14 world speed titles, 22 world records and 11 Tourist Trophies, has racing in its DNA. This is why it gives full attention to the sports model market segment, in the heart and minds of entire generations of fans. For this reason it has created a “style laboratory” where research can be carried out freely, looking for new ways to make enthusiasts dreams come true. A new fully-developed motorbike, that has been admired since the first time it appeared in public, brings back all the heady emotions linked to those wins on racetracks around the world.

The MGS-01 Corsa is a winning motorbike for modern-day tracks, with all the personality of yesterday’s models, and with a lot more technology. Moto Guzzi does not say so on paper, but proves it on the racetrack. The “standard” MGS-01 Corsa has proved to be competitive when it won two consecutive races with Gianfranco Guareschi in the “Battle of Twins” during the Daytona International Speedway Bike Week in Florida respectively in 2006 and 2007 seasons and repeated this supremacy winning the national Supertwins title.

It looks like it is moving even when it stands still. It has a streamline, feisty profile, with its aerodynamic cockpit, and streamline, nimble tail. The impression of power and elegance is emphasised even more by its performance. The air-cooled 1125 cc V 90 degree two-cylinder, four-stroke, four-valve engine pushes forward at all speeds. All it takes is a look at the components to understand why. The three-segment Cosworth pistons guarantee high compression, the. chrome—plated cylinders reduce friction to a minimum; brass bearings are replaced by roller bearings. Control comes together with power controlled from a riding position that has been studied for use on the racetrack. The excellent distribution of weight, with just 200 g between the front and rear axle, helps to make the bike so easy to handle, together with the limited weight (192 kg) and the reduced wheelbase (1450mm) The front 43 mm Ohlins forks can be adjusted to three positions. Rear suspension is looked after by a 513mm swingarm in boxed aluminium and a vertical shock absorber just behind the engine. Two 320mm discs op front and a single twin caliper 220mm disc look after braking. The MGS-01 Corsa is an exclusive motorbike that is built with the care of craftsmen and intended for true motorbike enthusiasts. This is why each model comes with a book with the rider’s personal details and the frame number. The motorbike cover and the stand carry the MGS-01 Corsa logo and even the packaging used to ship the product to the new owner is personalised.

Whoever chooses a motorbike like this one deserves nothing less.

FEATURES:
= 1125 cc V 90 degree two-cylinder, four-stroke, four-valve engine.
= The three-segment Cosworth pistons guarantee high compression.
= Chrome plated cylinders reduce friction to a minimum; brass bearings are replaced by roller bearings.
= Excellent distribution of weight.
= Limited weight (192 kg)
= Reduced wheelbase (1450mm)
= Front 43 mm Ohlins forks can be adjusted to three positions. Rear suspension is looked after by a 513mm swingarm in boxed aluminium and a vertical shock absorber just behind the engine. Two 320mm discs op front and a single twin caliper 220mm disc look after braking.
= Each model comes with a book with the rider’s personal details and the frame number.
= The motorbike cover and the stand carry the MGS-01 Corsa logo and even the packaging used to ship the product to the new owner is personalised.

UK Specifications

ENGINE
Type : 90° V-Twin, 4 stroke
Cooling system : air cooled
Displacement : 1,225 cc
Bore and stroke : 100 x 80 mm
Compression ratio : 11.6 : 1
Timing system : overhead camshaft - 4 valves per cylinder with positive drive belt
Valves : Ø 36 mm intake
Ø 31 mm exhaust
Valve timing : intake open 36° P.P.M.S.
intake close 70° D.P.M.I.
exhaust open 64° P.P.M.I.
exhaust close 28° D.P.M.S.
Maximum power : 128 HP at 8,000 rpm
Maximum torque : 11.5 Kgm at 6,200 rpm
Pistons : Cosworth Racing 3 rings
Connecting rod : Carillo 144 mm
Ignition system : Marelli IAW 15M electronic digital
Intake conduit : Marelli Ø 50 mm
Airbox : 15 litres
Starting system : electronic digital
Spark plugs : Champion RA59GC

TRANSMISSION
Gearbox : 6 speed
Primary drive : straight - tooth gear, ratio 1: 1.55
Secondary drive : double universal joint, ratio 1:2.909
Overall gear ratio : 1^ gear = 1 :10.82
: 2^ gear = 1 : 8.01
: 3^ gear = 1 : 6.14
: 4^ gear = 1 : 5.01
: 5^ gear = 1: 4.35
: 6^ gear = 1 : 3.84
Clutch : sinterized double disc dry, hydraulic drive

CHASSIS
Frame : rectangular section single-beam ALS 450
Wheelbase : 1,450 mm  

Thirty-five years have gone by, but the Moto Guzzi California continues to play a leading role in the collective imagination of motorcyclists throughout the world. In 1971 when the first model was introduced, the custom market was divided into the original US models and their imitations from the East. Moto Guzzi introduced a motorcycle with a strong personality based on the tried and tested frame of the V7 Special and the legendary 90° V-Twin engine with a capacity of 757cc. A winning combination which won international success, not least because it proposed a new way of motorcycling, in contrast to the exaggerated quest for performance. On a Guzzi California, you travelled - and you travel - in total relaxation. The seat, as comfortable as an armchair, enables you to enjoy the landscape protected from the wind in the shelter of the large windshield, fitted as standard together with the panniers, a clear sign of its vocation for travel. These qualities enabled the V7 California to triumphantly cross the ocean where it was adopted first by the L.A.P.D. (Los Angeles Police Department) and subsequently by other US states. The rest is history - and legend. A familiar presence in films and advertisements, the California has every right to be considered as one of those industrial design objects which have left their mark on our history. Its two legendary wheels have never stopped - and neither has its evolution. Year after year, the look and technology has been updated, without altering its original personality and spirit. Now, 35 years after its birth, Moto Guzzi has decided to pay tribute to this extraordinary model by creating an exclusive Vintage version, dedicated to those who want to go on dreaming.

The discreet charm of tradition.
Technology and tradition have inspired the numerous changes defining the character of the California Vintage, a cult object even before its market launch. The reference to the past is obvious in the delightful spoked wheels, in the newly-designed steel mudguards, in the new Brembo front callipers with black finish and in the supplementary fog lights, controlled by a switch on the right block.

In this model, attention is paid to the smallest detail - the windshield is decorated with a stainless steel strip and both the handlebar and two-tone seat are exclusive to the model. The classic engine is protected by chromed steel tubes with integrated. The special bags are fixed, made from rotational nylon, waterproof, lined and again protected with chromed steel tubes. The luggage rack is also chromed for a high-class touring look. The California Vintage is a precious object to be looked after with love and attention. Moto Guzzi has therefore also designed a special bike cover for this motorcycle where luxury is standard.

An all-new ride.
While externally the California Vintage retains the same unmistakable look which brought it success throughout the world, technically it has been profoundly changed over the years and for the 2006 season it has undergone radical treatment. The engine has been almost entirely imported from the Breva 1100, with a considerable improvement in performance. The heads, cylinders, conrods, pistons, sintered valve seats and guides and Nymonic exhaust valves come from the Mandello del Lario naked and inherit its power characteristics. The alternator has also been improved and the flywheel is new. Combustion is more efficient thanks to the twin spark cylinder heads, while the timing system is entrusted to the well-proven mechanical tappets. Other minor technical modifications include the new throttle body guards and cableways between the cylinders and tank. As far as the mechanics are concerned, the braking pressure distributor has been modified to improve efficiency. More powerful, easier to ride and safer, the look of the California Vintage has also been radically changed. An exclusive and well deserved tribute to a motorcycle which has become a symbol.



USA Specifications
MSRP: $14,990 USD

Engine
Type 90° V-twin, 4 strokes
Cooling system Air cooled
Displacement 1.064 cc
Bore and stroke 3.6” x 3.15” (92 x 80 mm)
Compression ratio 9,8 : 1
Timing system 2 overhead valves, moved by light alloy push-rods and rocker arm
with mechanical tappets
Valve timing:
intake open 96° B.T.D.C.
intake close 128° A.B.D.C.
exhaust open 120° B.B.D.C.
exhaust closes 92° A.T.D.C.
Maximum power 54 kW at 6.400 rpm
Maximum torque 94 Nm at 5.000 rpm
Fuel system Magneti Marelli IAW alfa-n system Multipoint phased sequential fuel;
2 nozzle holders of Ø 40 mm, with injectors Weber IW 031
Starting system Electric
Ignition Magneti Marelli IAW 15RC electronic digital ignition with inductive spark
Exhaust system steel, 2 tubes connected to an expansion room, that is connected to 2 steel mufflers; three-way catalyzer with Lambda sensor (Euro 3)
Homologation
Euro 3 / EPA

Transmission
Gearbox 5 speed, constant mesh gears with built-in cush drive
Internal ratios 1° 14/28 = 1 : 2
2° 18/25 = 1 : 1,389
3° 21/22 = 1 : 1,048
4° 23/20 = 1 : 0,870
5° 28/21 = 1 : 0,750
Lubrication Forced lobes, with geared pump and pressure regulator
Primary drive By helical gears, ratio: 17/21=1 : 1,235
Secondary drive Shaft drive
ratio: 8/33=1 : 4,125
Clutch dual disc dry with mechanical control

Chassis
Frame Detachable tubular duplex cradle in special high-strength steel
Wheelbase 61.4” (1,560 mm)
Trail 4.5” (116 mm)
Rake 29 °
Front suspension Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 45 mm, adjustable separately
Front wheel travel 5.5” (140 mm)
Rear suspension swing arm with 2 hydraulic shock absorbers, preload adjustable
Rear wheel travel 3.8” (96 mm)
Breaking system Integral breaking system, with proportioning and delay valve
Front brake double Brembo Serie Oro stainless steel floating disc, Ø 320 mm, 4 piston calipers
Rear brake single Brembo stainless steel floating disc, Ø 282 mm, 2 piston calipers
Wheels: Behr spoked steel rims
Front rim 2.50” x 18”
Rear rim 3.50” x 17”
Front tyre 110/90 VB18"
Rear tyre 140/70 VB17"

Electrical equipment
Voltage 12 V
Battery 12 V - 30 Amp/h
Alternator
12 V - 350 Watt

Dimensions
Length 93.7” (2,380 mm)
Width 32.1” (815 mm)
Height 54.7” (1,390 mm)
Seat height 30.7” (780 mm)
Ground clearance 7.5” (190 mm)
Handlebar height 41.3” (1,050 mm)
Front footboard height 12.8” (326 mm)
Rear footboard height 15.1” (385 mm)
Dry weight 580 lbs (263 kg)
Fuel tank capacity 5 gallons (19 litres)
Reserve 1 gallon (4 litres)

MSRP $14,990
Two-year factory warranty and 24-hour Roadside Assistance come standard.
Specifications may change without notice.

Handlebar height 41.3” (1,050 mm)
Front footboard height 12.8” (326 mm)
Rear footboard height 15.1” (385 mm)
Dry weight 580 lbs (263 kg)
Fuel tank capacity 5 gallons (19 litres)
Reserve 1 gallon (4 litres)

MSRP $18,995
Two-year factory warranty and 24-hour Roadside Assistance come standard.
Specifications may change without notice.

* Technical specifications of California Vintage may change without notice.




Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Injury Lawyers
Florida Injury Lawyers
www.injurylawyers.com
The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach

2007 MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos 940 Custom

2007 MOTO GUZZI 940 Custom
MOTO GUZZI Motorcycle Photos



2007 MOTO GUZZI 940 Custom
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Specifications


Model: Moto Guzzi 940 Custom
Year: 2007
Category: Naked bike

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 936.00 ccm (57.11 cubic inches)
Engine type: Twin
Stroke: 4
Power: 73.75 HP (53.8 kW)) @ 7200 RPM
Torque: 78.00 Nm (8.0 kgf-m or 57.5 ft.lbs) @ 6000 RPM
Compression: 10.0:1
Bore x stroke: 95.0 x 66.0 mm (3.7 x 2.6 inches)
Cooling system: Air
Gearbox: 5-speed
Transmission typefinal drive: Shaft drive (cardan)

Physical measures
Dry weight: 245.0 kg (540.1 pounds)
Seat height: 780 mm (30.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall length: 2,205 mm (86.8 inches)
Overall width: 875 mm (34.4 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,570 mm (61.8 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Steel frame
Front suspension travel: 140 mm (5.5 inches)
Rear suspension: Aluminium alloy single-piece swingarm. shock absorber adjustable in spring preload and rebound damping.
Rear suspension travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-18
Rear tyre dimensions: 180/55-17
Front brakes: Double disc
Front brakes diameter: 320 mm (12.6 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 282 mm (11.1 inches)
Exhaust system: Katalysator

Speed and acceleration
Top speed: 190.0 km/h (118.1 mph)
Power/weight ratio: 0.3010 HP/kg

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 15.00 litres (3.96 gallons)
Reserve fuel capacity: 4.00 litres (1.06 gallons)




Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Injury Lawyers
Florida Injury Lawyers
www.injurylawyers.com
The Florida injury lawyers at Steinger, Iscoe & Greene have spent more than a decade protecting and fighting for the rights of victims just like you. Since 1997, we have represented more than 18,000 personal injury clients and we help more every day. With a legal team of 26 lawyers and more than 120 case managers, legal assistants, legal investigators, and support staff, we have the resources and experience it takes to win your case.

Are you the victim of an accident that was no fault of your own? You need Steinger, Iscoe & Greene. We’re here to help you and your family today.

Locations:
= Fort Lauderdale
= Miami
= Okeechobee
= Port St. Lucie
= West Palm Beach