With only 70 made the Magni Australia is a rare beast indeed
We are truly delighted to offer for sale this superb Magni Australia Moto Guzzi
Its very rare to see one of these for sale and this bike is without doubt a magnificent example
Approximately 70 Australia were manufactured utilising the Moto Guzzi Daytona Engine.
This bike has the original frame and engine pairing confirmed by Giovanni Magni.
Purchased by a British expat in Tokyo and imported to the UK, first UK registered 1995 with current V5C document.
Once the bike landed in the UK the engine was prepared, lightened and blueprinted by RaceCo and a “B-kit” tune installed, Termignoni race exhaust system and K&N Air Filters. “B-kit” tune consists of Carillo rods, high compression pistons and an ECU chip. However despite all of this work the bike was never raced.
During the current restoration the engine, gearbox and bevel drive were stripped down, checked, cases vapor blasted and rebuilt with new seals, bearings, belts etc as required by acknowledged UK Moto Guzzi guru Nigel at NBS.
When the engine/gearbox was removed for this work the opportunity was taken to blast and powder coat the frame and swinging arm.
Front and rear suspension rebuilt.
Bodywork professionally re-painted by Bike Paints.
Brake calipers rebuilt and new brake pads all round.
New brake lines.
Seat professionally recovered.
Speedo and Tacho refurbished.
LED warning lights.
DAS oil pump installed to replace OEM pump which is a recognized weak point in the 4V engine. At the same time precision manufactured (Joe Caruso) steel timing gears were installed to replace the alloy gears which can be another weak point.
Oil cooler and HMB-Guzzi racing sump installed along with SPA oil pressure and temp gauge.
HMB-Guzzi breather for final drive installed.
Bespoke alloy Magni alternator cover.
Old historical photos and communication from previous owner of the bike available from when on sale at Three Cross Motorcycles and with Arturo Magni assisting with a repair during a previous European tour. The petrol tank was signed by Arturo Magni at this time which was preserved during the restoration.
Huge file of receipts available from current restoration, thousands spent. "