The classic Moto Guzzi V7 Racer - in tuned version. Moto Guzzi V7 Racer - infernal sound! To speak at nearly 5 degrees below zero (!) By a test would be, probably a bit daring, so let's call it a nice test drive including spying, as the raw sound arrives at the passersby so. We're talking about the Moto Guzzi V7 Racer, which still places a pleasant throaty but rather subdued two-cylinder sound of the day in the production version. Thanks to the successful Otto Leirer tuning but is a so dull and Boller Direction sound from the two jaunty Zard silencers that inconspicuous to swim in traffic is no longer easily possible.
But it is also not necessary, the sound is magnificent and uncomfortable either on the machine itself or for the passers - loud just is not always too loud. Visually and acoustically tuning so is a full hit. But also in terms of performance a lot has changed, almost 6 hp more brings the V7 Racer thanks to the Zard-conditioning together on coordinated STC engine electronics. A good value for an exhaust tuning, a very good value when you consider that the V-twin-cylinder Murl the V7 factory brave 49 PS delivers - ie an increase of almost 15 percent!
In addition an increased torque at low and medium engine speed range around 10 Newton meters, thus a better passage and thus a less strenuous driving on the Moto Guzzi V7 Racer. This fits naturally awarded to a motorcycle that is not recommended for people, who value the ultimate skew and the best time on the track, but for those who do not always look at the clock and sometimes come comfortably to be just to enjoy the brilliant look of jaunty iron.