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Moto Guzzi V 7 850 GT

Engine and Transmission

The Moto Guzzi V 7 850 GT is a 4 stroke, Touring bike with a Air cooled 844.00 ccm (51,24 cubic inches) V2, 2 Valve type of engine. This engine then gets the power to the rear wheel with a Shaft drive (cardan) driven transmission.

This engine has 55.00 HP (39,90 kW)) @ 6100 RPM and a top speed of 181.0 km/h (111,94 mph)

Wheels and Tyres

If you are looking for Moto Guzzi V 7 850 GT Tyres then you will need to look for the right sizes. On this model the Front Tyre size is 4.00 - 18 and the Rear Tyre size is 4.00 - 18 so before going ahead and purchasing a tyre, check that it is the right size.

Braking Information

To stop this bike you will need decent brakes. The Moto Guzzi V 7 850 GT comes with Expanding brake brakes on the front and Expanding brake brakes on the rear to ensure you will stop quickly if you need to.

Moto Guzzi V 7 850 GT Technical Information
Type of Bike: Touring Year: 1972 Engine Capacity: 844.00 ccm (51,24 cubic inches) Engine Type: V2
Engine Power: 55.00 HP (39,90 kW)) @ 6100 RPM Torque: N/A Compression: 9.2:1 Stroke: 4
Starter Type: N/A Top Speed: 181.0 km/h (111,94 mph) Transmission: Shaft drive (cardan) Gearbox: 5 - speed
Fuel Capacity: 22.50 litres (5,91 gallons) Fuel Control: OHV Valves: 2 Cooling System: Air
Bike Weight: N/A Bike Length: N/A Front Brakes: Expanding brake Rear Brakes: Expanding brake
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