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    Posted: 28 Jan 2020 at 17:29
Hi, all,

Info for those who go this route (sorry if something similar has already been posted: I didn't find it in a search.

The kit goes on easily, but for two things: 

One of the bolts provided for the left side isn't long enough to get any meat on the nut.  This is because of the side-stand which adds a few mm to that side.  Not a biggie, just a heads up.

The instructions are in German (though some of the other blurb is in English), so for the linguistically challenged (like me) here's a Google Translation to save you time:

Hepco Becker Centre Stand Fitment, Guzzi Breva 750.



Preparatory work:


Disassemble the right muffler and loosen the front and lower screws of the elbow. (not sure what this means.  I ended up removing the exhaust system for eaasier access)

The intermediate frame tube behind the side stand must be demotivated (removed). This does not apply! (This isn't needed)


Attaching the frame adapter:


Hold the main stand holder (2) on the frame of your Breva and screw it in front with the Allen screw M8 x 80 (5) together with the washers (8) and self-locking nuts (9)

For the rear fastening points, please use the Allen screws M10 x 90 (4) together with washers (7) and self-locking nut (10)


Attaching the main stand:


Push the greased inner sleeve (11 I think!) Into the main stand.

Now stop the main stand (1) and screw it on from the right side (as seen in the direction of travel). To do this, use the Allen screw M10 x 135 (6) with washer (7) and secure it with a self-locking nut (10) and washer (7)


Fastening the spring:


Hang the spring set (3) on the frame of your Moto Guzzi and tighten it using a large screwdriver or locking pliers on the spring retaining bolt on your main stand.


Finally, mount your right muffler


Please check the strength of all assembled parts and check the functionality of your main stand.


We wish you an accident-free season and a safe journey at all times.



Torque:


M8 - 23Nm

M10 - 46Nm


Use Locktite!


....................


Paul


Paul
....lost in the Irish Sea

'72 NF, '75 T3 (950), '95 Cali 1100i, '05 Breva 750.
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