I've just downloaded the MY2017 MV brochure from the media section and notice that there is no mention of the Stradale.
Sorry, thought, given the thread title, we were talking about the Stradale which apparently does have EAS 2.0?No, the Rivale uses the basic EAS 1.0 quickshifter which only works when shifting up a gear. Not sure if it makes any difference but it also has a cable actuated clutch rather than hydraulic.
Colin, are those sales numbers total to date for each model? If so it's no surprise people keep saying "I haven't seen one of those before" about my TV.Yes the Rivale isn't particularly practical - just great fun. I'm a member of the Rivale and Stradale group on Facebook and not surprisingly both models seem more popular in Italy and on the continent.
Chas, my quickshifter is playing up again. That's the third QS switch unit that's failed. Thinking about trying an HM one.Wondering why as they both use the same EAS 2.0 system?
Unless you mean the QS on my particular TV which has been non functional for the last 4000 miles :frown2:
Sorry to hear that Neville. Did you do the smear of silicone on the wire entry point? Is the HM one a straight replacement sensor or a whole new system?Chas, my quickshifter is playing up again. That's the third QS switch unit that's failed. Thinking about trying an HM one.