Moto Guzzi Stelvio 8V 1200 NTX ABS 2011

Moto Guzzi Stelvio 8V 1200 NTX Repair Manual (2011-now)

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Moto Guzzi Stelvio 8V 1200 NTX. A MUST for every Stelvio owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2011 to date

Number of pages: 359 pages

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Moto Guzzi Stelvio 8V 1200 NTX 2011

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Moto Guzzi Stelvio 8V 1200 NTX ABS

In comparison to the previous “Quota” model, which it shares at least some of its layout with, the “Stelvio” (named after the Stelvio pass, a popular destination for motorcyclists) has been designed for more road use, significantly reducing technical characteristics for off-road vehicles and favoring the tourist structure.

Moto Guzzi also employs traditional house solutions for this model, such as the V-twin, this time with four valves per cylinder, and the shaft final drive.

From the standpoint of the chassis, it offers traditional solutions such as the existence of a front fork and a rear adjustable monoshock.

The braking system consists of a pair of disc brakes at the 320 mm front and a single 282 mm disc brake at the back.

The basic version was eventually joined by the Stelvio 1200 NTX, which features a slew of Rally Dakar-inspired extras including as a sump guard, paramotor, cylinder protection, and hand guards, as well as a pair of aluminum panniers. Furthermore, the rear wheel is 150/70-17 instead of the more street-friendly 180/55-17 of the MY 2008.

In comparison to the first model, the engine torque is now provided at a lower speed in the NTX MY 2009.

In the spring of 2011, a new evolution was introduced with the MY 2011 models: the main difference is a new tank with a capacity increased to 32 liters, which was designed to compensate for the previous series’ main flaw, which was the reduced autonomy for a bike with all the comfort features for long journeys.

Minor enhancements included the injection with a double lambda probe, the rear swingarm with an Ohlins spring, and improved rider protection with new windshields and deflectors. Colors are also new (white, ocher, and glossy black for the base model, and matt black for the NTX).

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