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    Posted: 09 Jul 2018 at 18:33
I'm looking for the following to fit the Breva 1100, just in case someone has them tucked away in a cupboard somewhere. 

The first item is a factory touring screen with fittings. I've mentioned this here before but they appear to be a little thin on the ground.  The second item is a Boosterplug device to improve low end fuelling, and the third a Y-piece exhaust component to replace the original collector box.

The latter two can be still bought new but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask.... Anyone?



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Best way to improve low end fuelling is to download Guzzidiag, buy a couple of cables and remove the O2 sensors from the ECU map.
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Thank you Brian.  Could you elaborate, or point me to a thread that can fill me in as to what removing the 02 sensors from the ecu map does to the bikes fuelling?  

The issue of a jerky throttle action at low speed has thus far spoiled the bike for me, it almost lead me to sell it at one point to buy something less hard work.  Then I heard that fitting a boosterplug fools the ecu into thinking the air temperature is 10 degrees colder than it is, thus richening the mixture slightly.  MPG is hardly affected too I'm told. 

I don't want to sell the bike as in all other respects I like it, I think I'm beginning to fall for the old Guzzi charm... but I would like to experience an 1100 V twin minus all the Euro 3 lean running muffling and stifling BS it has on it.
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