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2006 Moto Guzzi Breva 750

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It is no coincidence that it bears the name of a wind which blows away the clouds and is a synonym for fine weather.

The design is modern, captivating from the first glance, but unmistakably a Moto Guzzi. Accurately designed and finished, it stands out for the soft lines of the anatomical tank, the touch of class given by the three-spoke wheels and the mettle of the sub-fairing pillar. And it’s more than just skin deep.

Breva 750 is easy and instinctive to ride, inspiring immediate confidence in the rider. Its compact size, ergonomic riding position and easy handling are all precious characteristics in city traffic, but the Breva 750 is also fun to ride on mixed roads, solo or with a passenger.

Merit of the short wheelbase and mechanics, with the highly effective double cradle frame in high tensile steel and steering geometry designed to facilitate entry into bends and rapid direction changes. Riding pleasure is enhanced by the electronic injection, providing smooth progressive power and constant efficiency.

For 2006, the engine is even more environmentally friendly, adopting a more efficient catalytic converter with a higher concentration of noble metals, in compliance with Euro3 and CARB standards. The colors and graphics are also new (Corsa Red and Guzzi Black), for a model also appreciated by female riders, for whom there is an optional low seat, just one in a rich range of accessories designed to make your Moto Guzzi even more personal.

Moto Guzzi Breva 750

SPECS


ENGINE

Type: 90° V-Twin, four-stroke
Cooling system: Air cooled
Displacement: 744 cc
Bore and stroke: 3.15” x 2.9” (80 mm x 74 mm)
Compression ratio: 9.6 : 1
Timing system: Two overhead valves moved by light alloy push-rods
Valve timing: Intake open 18° B.T.D.C.; Intake close 50° A.B.D.C.; Exhaust open 53° B.B.D.C.; Exhaust close 15° A.T.D.C.; with valve clearance 0.03” (1 mm)
Maximum power: 35.5 kW at (48.28 HP) 6,800 rpm
Maximum torque: 54.7 Nm at 3,600 rpm
Fuel system: Weber-Marelli electric injection
Starting system: Electric
Exhaust system: Three-way catalyzer with Lambda sensor 

TRANSMISSION
 

Gearbox: 5 speed
Internal ratios: 1° 11/26 = 1:2.3636; 2° 14/23 = 1:1.6429; 3° 18/23 = 1:1.2778; 4° 18/19 = 1:1.0556; 5° 25/22 = 1 : 0,88
Lubrication: By lobes with pressure pump; Oil: AGIP RACING 4T 5W/40
Primary drive: By helical gears, ratio 16/21 = 1:1.3125
Secondary drive: Shaft drive, ratio 8/33 = 1:4.825
Clutch: Single disc dry with cush drive

CHASSIS

Frame: Detachable tubular duplex cradle in special high-strengh steel
Wheelbase: 57” (1,449 mm)
Trail: 4.3” (109 mm)
Rake: 27,5°
Front suspension: Marzocchi hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 1.57” (40 mm)
Front wheel travel: 5.1” (130 mm)
R Front wheel travel: Swinging arm in light cast alloy with two dampers, preload adjustable
Rear wheel travel: 3.74” (95 mm)
Braking system: Brembo Serie Oro
Front brake: Single stainless steel floating disc, Ø 12.6” (320 mm), four piston calipers
Rear bracke: Single steel disc, Ø 10.24” (260 mm)
Wheels: Spoke light alloy
Front rim: 3.00” x 17”
Rear rim: 3.50” x 17”
Front tyre: 110/70 17 54 H
Rear tyre: 130/80 17 65 H

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT  

Voltage: 12 V
Battery: 12 V – 14 Ah
Alternator: 12 V – 350 W

DIMENSIONS  

Length: 86.2” (2,190 mm)
Width: 28.74” (730 mm)
Height: 46.26” (1,175 mm)
Seat height: 31.1” (790 mm)
Ground clearance: 6.9” (176 mm)
Steering lock: 32° each side
Dry weight: 401 lbs (182 kg)
Fuel tank capacity: 4.75 gallons (18 liters)
Reserve: 1.32 gallons (5 liters)

COLOURS: Red, Black

MSRP: $8,490



1 comments:

Great bike. Nice and smooth to ride. Very easy to control.

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