While I have said I would not want a V twin...this bike intrigues me. The one big draw back is the availibility of dealers where I am located and I would have to go to Texas for service or purchase.
Has anyone had any expereince with Motorguzzis..actually owned one.
I need to get another touring bike but more approriate for rougher roads. I am still considering Deadhorse Alaska and this bike besides being sturdy has a huge gas tank to boot.
It also has a drive shaft not stinking chain or belt to worry about....
• New headlight fairing
• New 8.5 gallon / 32 litre fuel tank
• New windshield
• New saddle lining
• 1200 90° V-shaped Twin-cylinder "Four Valve"
• Single overhead camshaft timing system with decreased valve control noise level
• Two lambda probes
• New profile camshafts
• Single plate clutch
• New exhaust system
• Transmission with compact reactive cardan shaft drive
• 6-gear gearbox
• Euro 3
• High tensile steel upper dual beam frame.
• 45mm USD Fork, adjustable spring preloading and hydraulics fitted with a new set of progressive action springs
• Shock absorber with adjustable preload and rebound fitted with a new, stiffer spring
• Rear suspension with progressive articulation single arm
• 4 horizontally opposed piston front brake system with new 320 mm discs, deactivatable ABS
• Rear 282-mm disc brake, floating calliper with two parallel pistons. Deactivatable ABS
• Rear tire: 150/70-17
• Front tire: 110/90-19
NTX STANDARD EQUIPMENT
• ATC traction control
• Black satin-finish aluminum sidebags
• Cylinder guard
• Long-range lights
• Aluminum sump guard
• Hand guards
• Tubeless Spoked wheels (Alpina STS System)
• Extra large windshield with side wind deflectors