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Re: Guzzi 1100 Sport
Reply #15 - 01/22/13 at 12:54:48
 
hi, just thought to share that I had to change all my relays, the originals in the 02 Le Mans were cheap and cheerful factory models, and after time had the same issues as yourself, albeit on factory WM ECU. Just thought to share this even this long after the post. I used General Motors (Holden) Model  number IN 0513. it would not start, and would stall even when warm. New relays are fitted et voila no more embarrassing long starts at the shops or stalling at lights.
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Reply #16 - 06/06/13 at 22:36:29
 
Yeah relays have been a problem for a lot of owners. I have just brought new ones for mine as I still have a hick up some where. A mate had relay trouble and on fitting non genuine relays the problem went away.
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Reply #17 - 07/29/16 at 08:58:56
 
So where are all the VII Sport maps hidden guys?

I have one Raz sent me years ago. It still runs but I think it's been corrupted

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Re: Guzzi 1100 Sport
Reply #18 - 07/29/16 at 18:32:13
 
The V11 is the exact same engine as the 1100 Sport i.e. My map is posted in this very forum section!
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