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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul in NZ View Post
    The whole point of it is that it DOES NOT look like a Guzzi. Guzzi needs to sell more bikes to people who do not already own a Guzzi. The V7's great for that - the V9 might do a bit more...
    but... they make other brands that look like normal bikes to keep those sort a people off, guzzi
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    but... they make other brands that look like normal bikes to keep those sort a people off, guzzi
    LOL - true...

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    I have a V9 and just about to 10,000k. got it for the looks & the motor. it is a bike that you dont want to like but end up wanting to ride. shit suspension, average handling, not much power. am considering agostini exhaust & suspension mods. have put on dart screen (medium) which is enough to take the weight off at 100k

    had 2 bmw previously, great bikes , better in every way, but dont inspire in the same way
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    Yep - Very much like my H-D Sportster 48 in that objectively the bike's not that capable but there's just a certain something about it.

    I had a V9 Roamer as a courtesy bike a month or two back when the Burgman was being serviced. I enjoyed it rather a lot and it struck me as being one of those bikes that would grow on you the longer you kept it.

    I like bikes such as that
    Navy Boy

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