Moto Guzzi 1986 1,7xx Original Miles Le Mans 1000 MK 4
Recently Imported From Japan
All Original Condition
The Le Mans 1000 appeared at the end of 1984 and continued with minor modifications until 1992. The two main production runs were known as Series 1 and Series 2 but more commonly called the MK IV and MK V Le Mans. The Le Mans 1000 had an increased engine capacity of 949 cc, bigger vales and compression ratio of 10.2:1, with uprated 40 mm pumper carbs and the B10 camshaft from the original Le Mans race kit. Commonly known as the 'Big Valve' engine, Moto Guzzi claimed a (highly suspect) 81 hp / 59.1 kW) @ 7400 rpm.
For the Series 1 De Tomaso himself decreed a 16-inch front wheel and new Lario styling for the Le Mans 1000 both were initially unpopular with Guzzi traditionalists and the press reviewers  Instead of redesigning the frame to incorporate a smaller front wheel, for the first year of production Guzzi simply fitted the smaller wheel into the existing frame, which was designed for the 18-inch wheel. The wheels themselves were of a new design, the rear was up a size to 3.5 inch, able to take tubeless tyres and a longer swinging arm gave a lengthened wheelbase. Complaints about the 16-inch front wheel were answered by the following years 1985/86 versions, which had modified flatter topped steering yokes (triple trees) which reduced the trail and were made in steel rather than alloy. Later still longer front forks were used to keep the original geometry. Longer and stiffer 40mm forks were fitted, but the smaller 16-inch wheel necessitated fitting the smaller 270mm (270 mm) front disks, but were now semi-floating.
The new bike was now physically longer, higher and larger then the 850cc predecessors but had improved ergonomics and increased performance thanks to the more powerful engine.
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