Touring motorcycle Moto Guzzi Norge GT 8V is an elegant, fun and quick wins its unobtrusiveness essentially a nice and not excessive massive model.
Displacament of 1151cc, V2 engine at an angle of 90 degrees, four-stroke, longitudinally placed, one camshaft and four valves per cylinder, air-cooled. Electric fuel injection, 6-speed transmission and dry clutch. Power of 102 hp at 7000 rmp and maximum torque of 104 Nm at 5500 rmp.
Tubular steel frame, front suspension classic fork fully adjustable rear suspension single oscillating fork with shock absorber, adjustable return and preload. Front tire 120/70-17 and 180/55-17 rear tire. Front brake 320mm dual disc, caliper and four-piston caliper and rear brake with a 282mm disc caliper and twin-piston, ABS. Dry weight 257 kg and fuel tank capacity of 23 liters.
Although it is completely shielded, view are exposed only head with 4 valves. Norge GT 8V is a comfortable bike with good solved protection from the wind and the relaxed position of the wheel. Vibrations are considerably but not overly pronounced. Windscreen is adjustable by means of an electrically, light remained identical while the shell slightly changed. The seat has been redesigned differently molded and very comfortable.
In addition to better ergonomics attention has been focused on the removal of heat. Heating knees beside thrown cylinder head can not be completely avoided, but it is less pronounced due to a lower-position oil cooler, which is located beside the right behind the front wheel. While trying Norge is maneuverable, agile neutral and stable. Side suitcases volume of 30 liters and there is an added equipment and the central suitcase.
Aerodynamic improvements to reduce noise and air currents. Driving through the curve is pure pleasure. While driving Norge is maneuverable, agile neutral and stable.
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