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Moto Guzzi V85 TT Repair Manual (2019-now)

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Models covered by this manual: 2019 to date

Number of pages: 257 pages

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Moto Guzzi V85 TT

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Moto Guzzi V85 TT

Moto Guzzi‘s V85 TT Enduro motorbike belongs to the middleweight adventure bike category. The motorbike was revealed at the end of 2017 and will go into production in spring 2019. It is designed to mix traditional appearance with current technology and is intended for road and light off-road use. This is mirrored in the model name, where “TT” stands for “Tutto Terreno,” which translates to “all terrain” in Italian.

Engine & Transmission

The engine is an air-cooled longitudinal 90° V-twin Four-stroke engine, as is customary for Moto Guzzi. It has two valves per cylinder that are operated by a single central crankshaft and rocker arms. Because of its light weight, the intake valve is made of Titanium, which allows for a crisp crankshaft profile. The fuel is injected electronically, and the air intake is regulated by a central throttle body with a 52 mm diameter. The throttle body is electronically controlled (i.e. ride by wire), allowing for various response settings. With a displacement of 853 cm3 and a compression ratio of 10,5:1, the engine produces 59 kW (80 PS) at 7750/min. Maximum torque is 80 Nm at 5000 RPM, with more than 70 Nm available between 3500 and 8000 RPM.

Power is sent to the back wheel using a 6-speed gearbox and a shaft drive. The Shaft drive is exclusive to the V 85 TT, the only middleweight adventure bike with it (as of April 2019). The motorbike meets the Euro-4 emission standard and has a WMTC cycle fuel consumption of 4,9 L/100 km, which equals 118 g CO2 per kilometre.


The V85 TT features a steel trellis frame and relies on its engine as a weight bearing element. The front suspension consists of a 41 mm Upside-Down fork with 170 mm of travel and adjustable preload and damping. A single shock is used between the swing arm and the frame in the rear suspension. It, like the front suspension, has 170 mm of travel and adjustable preload and damping. Brembo dual floating 320-mm Disc brakes at the front wheel and a single 260-mm disc at the rear wheel compose the braking system. Moto Guzzi is the only company that sells the V85 TT with wire wheels. The front wheel measures 19 inches in diameter and is fitted with a 110/80 tyre, while the rear wheel measures 17 inches and is equipped with a 150/70 tyre.


At the start of manufacturing, five colours were provided (for the EU market), divided into two trims: dual colour trim with red trellis frame (“Giallo Sahara,” “Rosso Kalahari”) or single colour trim with black trellis frame (“Grigio Atacama,” “Azzurro Atlante,” “Rosso Vulcano”). The dual colour model has Michelin Anakee Adventure tyres and a luxury leather seat, whilst the single colour variant includes a standard seat and Metzeler Tourance Next tyres. Moto Guzzi sells the dual colour model for 12.300 € and the single colour variant for 11.990 €. (German market).

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