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timmythecop last won the day on December 20 2017

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About timmythecop

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    Deported to Maryland, Says he's not from there!
  • Birthday 03/08/1968

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  • Location
    Clinton, Maryland
  • In My Garage:
    VFR800Fi, Guzzi 1000SP
  1. The screws you speak of are behind a plug put there by the factory to keep you from adjusting them. You can pull the plugs by drilling them and using a hook tool to prise it out (x4). Carbs are different, but a rule of thumb is if the screw is nearer the airbox, it meters air and if it is closer to the engine, it meters fuel. It is only a fine tuning for idle and a tiny bit of just off idle.
  2. Hello from Holland

    Welcom bij America.
  3. Greetings from Berkshire, UK

    Hello and welcome. Whereabouts are you in Berks? I used to live in Crowthorne. Yes, right across the street from it........
  4. Lost the Love

    Or one could get a vintage bike. You go in with low expectations and come out in love. Easy to work on, most are cheap, and you can form a bond because you saved it. I find myself passing CB650 Nighthawks that are not on the way hone..........
  5. Why a red Guzzi?

    Mille GT is the evolution of ny bike. Underneath the differences, the frame is the same. As far as the motor, the only big block square fin i ever rode was my LeMans III 850, and I prefer a round fin 1000.
  6. VFRD Spring Ride 2018 - INFO

    More like this:
  7. VFRD Spring Ride 2018 - INFO

    Do y'all allow Italian bikes with vintage tags?
  8. My new hooligan weapon...

    Nope, I crashed a Honda CB500R. A lot.
  9. My new hooligan weapon...

    I rode one for a week in Germany. I fell in love with that motor (even before the fueling map was fixed)
  10. New Member from Surrey, UK

    Howdie and welcome. I have spent pkenty of time in Guildford and Woking. If you run into PC Whitehorn, tell him "Oh Great Tim" told him to let you go. He's my cousin. Now go sneak that VFR onto the Top Gear test track !
  11. Why a red Guzzi?

    Even tough I have bags and a rack, I couldnt pass up a craigslist deal with the entire touring package for 100 bones. If you are not familiar with Krauser, they started as a supplier for BMW, but due to popularity, it turned into the Givi of its day. Mounts go on top of shock, rear footpeg and tag bracket. The actual bags clip on the back of the rack with what looks like a seatbelt tungue. There is a section of the bage shaped exactly like the inside of the rack to locate it. Not as groovy as a Givi, but easy to mount, even without a specific kit, works well and period correct.
  12. Why a red Guzzi?

    I found an example of the eye foolery (its the same tank):
  13. Let me introduce myself! RVZ-Motors

    Hey, you are from NL........Do you know Leon? Why yes I do.
  14. Let me introduce myself! RVZ-Motors

    Welkom bij VFRD.

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