1988 Laverda SFC 1000


1988 Laverda SFC 1000 Pictures

The Italian-built Laverda SFC 1000 wasn't intended for export and so is an unusual sight on American roads.
The Italian-built Laverda SFC 1000 wasn't intended for export and so is an unusual sight on American roads.

The 1988 Laverda SFC 1000 had unusal stylistic touches, such as gold-painted components and an aluminum gauge panel. The bike also featured floating disc brakes and advanced calipers.

The aluminum gauge panel is dominated by a large tachometer redlining at 8000 rpm. The aluminum gauge panel is dominated by a large tachometer redlining at 8000 rpm.
The aluminum gauge panel is dominated by a large tachometer redlining at 8000 rpm.
Floating ventilated brake discs are gripped by Brembo calipers. Floating ventilated brake discs are gripped by Brembo calipers.
Floating ventilated brake discs are gripped by Brembo calipers.
With the shift to a new crankshaft in the late 1970s, Laverda's triple gained smoothness and power. With the shift to a new crankshaft in the late 1970s, Laverda's triple gained smoothness and power.
With the shift to a new crankshaft in the late 1970s, Laverda's triple gained smoothness and power.
Gold-painted frame, wheels, and suspension components added a distintive touch. Gold-painted frame, wheels, and suspension components added a distintive touch.
Gold-painted frame, wheels, and suspension components added a distintive touch.

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