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    Something SF2D-Hard may like...

    EDIT: Maybe a moderator should move this thread to the Laverda section. I forgot about that sub-forum.

    The XR1200 forum I'm on has a thread called "Bikes That Turn You On".

    These pics showed up recently...thought SF2DieHard may like them...not sure if this is your style, though.

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    Last edited by TimS; 10-21-2015 at 10:20 AM.
    '11 XR1200x | '06 FLHR | '04 FXDL

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    Ummmm, yeah. I need another raging beauty to spend more money on.
    But it sure is hot.
    That is what I need to do to the SF I just got. Schwing
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    That's a stunning bike there. Jus sayin SF...
    01 Blue #84, 11/12 with: HeliBars, foam grips, 05 map, Borla cans (Replaced by 2" pipe)/stock silencer, derestricted, metal QD, dash socket, wiring mod. Me: Ford relay +10awg & grd, fuel pump rewire, FPR, vac hoses. Evap gone, CBR coils/harness+ Magnecor, clutch switch bypass. S.S. clutch & front line, RaceTech Gold fork, Cogent rebuilt Sachs, tapered head bearings. Added LED run lights/indicators/brake. All signals also run lights. All lights but Hi/park/brake on dash switch. Hi beam mod, vest plug, wiring block, blue dash SMD's/Red V meter, Tune IFT, PCIII gone. Stripped/polished rims, vented screen, rear petal disc. FH008 soldered DC plug/added grd/hard soldered AC. L/R dash indicator lights, RG frame/fork sliders, vented screen.

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    Wellllll, how many bikes does a man need?????

    I have been seriously asking myself that question. I have the two. I am considering a third.
    So let me ask you the question I asked the two guys at Pro Italia parts counter today: I have two of the most wonderful motorcycles EVER.
    The Griso and the SF
    What could possibly fit alongside them?

    DM
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    What an amazing frame.
    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by SF2DieHard View Post
    Wellllll, how many bikes does a man need?????

    I have been seriously asking myself that question. I have the two. I am considering a third.
    So let me ask you the question I asked the two guys at Pro Italia parts counter today: I have two of the most wonderful motorcycles EVER.
    The Griso and the SF
    What could possibly fit alongside them?

    DM
    Careful DM, ask yourself that question 3 times and the next must have dream bike appears. Kind of like Beetlejuice.


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    Beautiful bike. What is the rest of the story on it?
    The older I get the faster I was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR View Post
    Beautiful bike. What is the rest of the story on it?
    This is what I was able to find (The site is in German): Fuchs Motorrad.

    The green bike shown above is at the top of the page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellgate View Post
    What an amazing frame.
    Like my wife. Damn she's smokin'!
    Pete

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    Good One!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SF2DieHard View Post
    Wellllll, how many bikes does a man need?????

    I have been seriously asking myself that question. I have the two. I am considering a third.
    So let me ask you the question I asked the two guys at Pro Italia parts counter today: I have two of the most wonderful motorcycles EVER.
    The Griso and the SF
    What could possibly fit alongside them?

    DM
    Paul Smart. Get it customised just a bit.
    There's one older guy that does track days with his, and his is in the "OMFG That's ART" category.

    I'll see if I can find a pic, but it's fantastic.

    This is not his, but it's a good start.


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    where's the nipple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdehkordi View Post
    where's the nipple?
    A bit to the right...
    I don't need a vacation from here

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    You are such a big help!!!
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    2007 Moto Guzzi Griso 1100
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