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Hi guys!! I know i am 6 months late. Well first of all, thank you all so very much. I could not find my post anymore and just randomly saw it on google.

Back in November, I changed the battery and the issue did not happen again until recently. So I believe that taking the battery off for a few days and reputting a new battery probably helped resetting a few sensors or the CPU? In any case it worked just fine for the following five months. So good to know.

The issue happened again a few days ago. This time, I tried the same trick with the battery but did not get any luck. And to be honest, I believe I did put a little too much gas last time and there were some spillover. So I will check everything you mentioned this coming weekend and get back to you with any findings and hopefully some good news.

Thank you once again very much. And sorry for being so bad with forums. It was a first for me. Now it s in my favorites, I wont lose it again. Keep you posted if I find out anything interesting for the community
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Hi,
Do you have the latest ECU software installed?  I remember Guzzi issued an ECU update for the V7 II which fixed an "idle control issue", basically the engine would occasionally rev to 5k+ RPM then die.

IIRC the last digits of the file name are 795 for the original, and 796 for the updated version. A quick google should yield results, or your local friendly dealer should be able to tell you.

My V7 II never suffered the revving problem, but at the first service the dealer updated the ECU S/W.

HTH, Pete.
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