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Thread: It's Voodoo i tell ya

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    It's Voodoo i tell ya

    I have a lovely Generation2 Triumph explorer 17 Reg, fabulous piece of kit with great suspension, brakes, handling and performance, in my opinion leaves the new GS's along way behind.

    I also have recently acquired a much unloved 09 Stelvio which had several issues when first purchased. Most of the major issues have been sorted but it remains cosmetically fairly unloved. Engine is good although fuelling is a bit out, and at 41k mls the shock is past it's best.

    Now here's the thing. Every time I go out I appear to be going straight for the Guzzi, it lacks in every department in relation to the Triumph but I'm just continually drawn to it.

    I'm off out this morning for a few hours and I've convinced myself I'm going on the Triumph, but I know once I get in that workshop it'll be the Guzzi that gets rolled out.

    It's Voodoo I tell ya

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    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

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    'arrow, near the 'ill.
    Same thing with my Beemer.
    Guzzis eh! They get in the blood like no other marque.


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    And it's probably that new exhaust that makes the difference too......

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