Afterbuy Pictures and Stories

Of course we are curious about what happens to the parts once sold. We want to know what your Guzzi looks like,how it is ridden. In no specific order we want to present pictures and stories, and we appreiciate new input.

I shall start with my own Guzzi.
Many of you have seen the HMB-Roadster in the Press Reports, but as bike and rider became older some changes had to be made.

HMB-Roadster 1999

Basis 1000-SP, Tank LM-1, Seat V7-Sport raceversion (extremely rare) with V7-Sport rear mudguard.
948 ccm, D-8.1 Camshaft, Combustion chamber optimized, Twin-Spark, coated valves, Agostini breather box, 42,5mm downpipes with interference. Muflers Lafranconi Competitzioni LM-3. Carbs PHF-36 mit 120mm velocity stacks.
Agostini Footrest Kit, front fork dampers FAC with Wirth Springs, Koni shocks at rear end.. Borrani wheels from a aus T3

Modifications 2014:

  • 3.00 bzw. 2.50 Inch Akkront rims
  • Handlebar ABM
  • Riser ABM 50mm
  • Handlebar weightsABM
  • Motogadget Rev-counter / Speedo
  • Honda-style Indicators

Jochpass Memorial race 2013

LM-1 with 88mm Bore, combustion chamber rework, D-8.1 camshaft

On tour in Italy

again, a LM-1 with 88mm Bore, combustion chamber rework, D-8.1 camshaft and some other goodies

George and his LM-3 on the racetrack

Rainer from Liechtenstein

Arnim on Racetrack with his Performance Engine made in our Manufactory

T3 Roadster