Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Test Ride Moto Guzzi V7II Stone: Feel like A Gentelman

Test Ride Moto Guzzi V7II Stone: Feel like an A Gentelman ~ The space provided is not too big, just circling Jl Metro Pondok Indah and then back to the PIM 2. Therefore, Motoplex originally intended for prospective customers to try out the motor that later would fill their garage. So this time the session is not called as a test ride, but rather to an assessment before entering the stage more intimate.

There are four motors may be tested by turns, ie Moto Guzzi V7II Stone, V7II Racer, Audace, and California Touring SE. However, because of time constraints, Dapurpacu.com who initially wanted to try V7II Racer can only try V7II Stone. The most affordable variant is priced at Rp 357.1 million off the road.

Although most inexpensive does not mean cheap. Valid certificate V7II Stone is a product of Italy. Paradise for the speed enthusiast and the perfect curve of vehicles, both four-wheel and two wheels. The fact is the more interesting because V7II Stone with V7II Racer true brothers.

V7II Stone has a retro 70's style bike, handlebar height perfect opponent for Triumph Boneville and Royal Enfield Classic with a long bench for two people. While V7II Racer was asked as a cafe racer. Handlebar clamp to the seat single-seater, and buttocks as the tail narrows wasps are the hallmark of this motor.

Test Ride Moto Guzzi V7II Stone: Feel like an A Gentelman


Riding Position

The first sitting in the seat feels motor has a comfortable riding position. Wide handlebars and upright enough makes it easy to reach, even including large tank with a capacity of 22 liters contents. Instruments such as signal and horn button is also easily achieved. But the stature of 170 cm and under, confirmed to be slightly higher because of the lowest seat tiptoe to the ground as far as 79 cm.

Key is turned to the 'on' position, electric starter is pressed, and the direct motor roaring. Brumm ... The sound produced V-Twin engine with an angle of 90 degrees it was quite polite. Given the motor with a dry weight of 189 kg are crammed with details 744cc cylinder bore of 80 mm and 74 mm stroke.

Test Ride Moto Guzzi V7II Stone: Feel like an A Gentelman



Riding and Performance

Time for riding. Motor we point to the back of PIM 2, namely the complex of Pondok Indah in Jalan Kartika Utama for recognition. Running V7II Stone was fairly easy, because the motor is almost the same as the motor 'bars' rest. Where the first tooth trampled, and the second to the sixth taken out. So it should not clumsy anymore.

The first sensation that is felt is the torque down solid. Although gas 'dipanteng,' motor as requested stomping larger openings. Naturally wild pull, Moto Guzzi claims V7II Stone is able to exhale 48 hp at 6200 rpm and torque of 60 Nm at 2,800 rpm.

Transmission lucky gentle passing gear makes the task even easier. However, predictions of the motor V-Twin has a great vibe proven. Vibration generated quite felt in the arm, and a heat engine that is partially ejected on the right foot-left, but within a reasonable tolerance.

Jl Kartika Utama, the motor then moved to the back of the golf course, or rather to Pondok Indah Jl Metro Kencana for a photo session. Initially a bit hesitant can take pictures in the complex, as would normally be expelled security. But this time is different, 'hang out' moge launch our mission without being caught the local security.

After the photo, the motor turn at the roundabout Pondok Indah to return to the PIM 2. The time was 13:45 pm, and were lucky there was no traffic. It's a good time to feel the performance. Our results are translucent 120 kph, and confident braking because it supplied 320 mm Brembo disc brakes, four-piston calipers at the front, and 260 mm 2-piston at the rear.
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