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Moto Guzzi V11 Sport Repair Manual (2003-06)

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Models covered by this manual: 2003 to 2006

Number of pages: 208 pages

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Moto Guzzi V11

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Moto Guzzi V11

Moto Guzzi‘s V11 is a motorbike manufactured in Italy.

The V11 Sport debuted at the 1997 Milan Motor Show. However, the factory’s financial status is not ideal. It was not produced until two years later, after Aprilia took over the company.

It includes the colours that have defined the brand’s heritage, those that cover the V7 Sport: Verde Legnano green and a red frame. Marabese Design created the aesthetics.

It is powered by the 1100 Sport’s engine, a traditional 90° V that is air-cooled. It features a brand-new six-speed gearbox with an extractable selection mechanism that can be accessed without removing the engine block-gearbox. It produces 91 horsepower for 9.4 kg m. It is propelled by the 16M, a revolutionary Magnetti-Marelli multi-point electronic injection. The old cable clutch control is replaced by a more user-friendly hydraulic mechanism.

The beam serves as the frame. The inverted fork is made by Marzocchi, and the shock is either a Sachs or a White Power.

Brembo handles braking, with two 320mm floating discs and a 282mm disc grabbed by Gold Series four- and two-piston callipers, respectively. Brembo also supplied the three-spoke wheels.

The driving stance is athletic, with a forward lean, substantial wrist support, and highly bent knees. Nonetheless, the saddle has a lot of cushioning, which helps to compensate for the discomfort of the riding posture.

The structure was modified in 2001 to increase stability at high speeds. For the same reason, the wheelbase has been expanded to 1,490 mm.

To balance the pressure between the tubes, the factory installed a tiny tube under the alternator that connects the two exhaust ducts.

The V11 was removed from the catalogue in 2006.


Several versions of the V11 were produced.

The V11 Sport is the first model in the series. It comes in three colours: green, black, and grey, all with a red frame. The engine block, gearbox casings, and rear bevel gear are all painted aluminium grey. The aluminium spoke wheels will be painted in the same colour.

Its name was changed to “V11 Sport Naked” in 2001. It was manufactured until 2005. Although functionally similar, they will be available in different hues and with a matte and “grainy” black finish that will partially conceal the mechanics. The brushing will only affect the cylinders, cylinder heads, and rocker covers. Meanwhile, the wheels will be finished in a gloss black epoxy.

In 2000 and 2001, the V11 Rosso Mandello was sold. The frame is grey and red, the tank, seat cowl, and rocker covers are red, and the seat sides are grey. It has a windshield made of carbon fibre. Carbon may also be seen on the front fender and exhaust silencers. It is powered by a single-plate clutch. It likewise has black engine, gearbox, and rear bevel casings, but with a satin finish rather than a grainy appearance. Its wheels, like the rest of the production V11, will be black.

A numbered series of 300 copies was manufactured first, followed by an unnumbered series.

The V11 Sport CF was introduced in 2001 and was only available in North America. It comes in gunmetal grey or green and has a carbon fibre front fender, starter guard, and windscreen. $12,190 for $

The V11 Sport TT was introduced in 2002. It, too, was exclusive to North America, with a black tank and a grey seat shell.

The V11 Sport Scura is equipped with a tiny windshield and hlins. It was manufactured between 2001 and 2003 before being superseded in 2004 by the V11 Sport Scura R. All V11s now feature “grainy” black crankcases (except for the very first V11 Le Mans Rosso Corsa which have non-grainy satin black crankcases).

The Scura R is finished in black with a red seat. The windshield, fuel tank, and seat cowl are all striped in red.

The V11 Ballabio debuted in 2003. It has a windshield as well as a taller handlebar.

Between 2003 and 2005, the Scura was superseded by the V11 Café Sport. It had the same windscreen as the Ballabio, as well as hlins suspension, titanium and ergal footrests and levers.

The V11 Coppa Italia was also made between 2004 and 2005, with a green/white/red colour scheme on the windscreen, tank, and seat cowl. It also features a high bronze-colored handlebar and is unique in that it has a Magnetti-Marelli 16M injection unit that has been “officially” programmed for an Italian championship manufactured to measure by Aprilia (and which will not meet with any success).

The V11 Playboy EE (for Exclusive Edition) is a special series introduced at the Brussels in 2003 to commemorate the magazine’s 50th anniversary. This variant is only available in Belgium and the Netherlands, and it sticks out with its metallic grey paintwork, complete with bunny emblems, and titanium exhaust. Each purchaser receives a one-year subscription to the publication. Those who ordered before April 15, 2003 received two passes to the Playboy, which was held in Amsterdam at the Heineken Music Hall on April 25, 2003.

In 2001, the V11 Le Mans took up a moniker familiar to the brand. It features an encompassing fork crown fairing. It adopted a 43 mm diameter fork in 2002.

In honour of the Italian driver Omobono Tenni, the V11 Le Mans Tenni was produced at the same time as the Le Mans. The tank and front fender are grey, while the front fairing is green with white number plates. It makes use of a single-plate clutch. It is a limited edition of 170 copies that were sold between October 2001 and January 2002. In 2003, the Le Mans standard and Le Mans Tenni were withdrawn from the inventory.

Between 2002 and 2005, the V11 Rosso Corsa was manufactured. It’s red and grey with a checkerboard pattern on the tank, fork fairing, sides, and seat cowl. It has a hlins suspension package (the first ones will have the crankcases, gearbox, and bridge painted like the Rosso Mandelo, while the subsequent ones will have the Naked, “grainy” treatment).

The V11 Nero Corsa has many traits with the V11 Rosso Corsa. It is totally black, as the name implies, with the exception of the red rocker covers. It was first launched in 2003 and was later removed in 2005.

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