That was my first choice in colors and actually the one i test rode for kawi demo days. It was a big difference in handling and power vs my 2007.Sure thing, well here are some quick ones removed the more obvious gull crap and flies, but still alot to do.
I have a 2 car garage, storage was definitely something I had to consider too. Wheel stands are pretty large and take up quite a bit of space, and as your saying the Skylift (which would be freaking awesome) or similar stands don't easily breakdown. The way the ABBA Superbike stand is built, storing it doesn't take much space at all. I store it on my peg board in fact.Thanks alot for the ideas guys. After searching around I'll look into that abba stand (if i can find it), seems safer to use than the rear/front stand for some reason, and i don't have a large garage so storage is important for me (which may be an issue with skylift/bursig stands).
Just an FYI, you will receive "fitting pins" to use with the stand. Do not use the stand until you have the pins, they may ship separately from the stand itself. Someone else ordered the stand too, for some reason they shipped the pins separately from the UK. Mine all came in one package.I'd probably have gone for T-rexes too, but i don't have enough clearance in front of the bike for safe passage (kid, wife and all other people who are not bike-aware ). So i ordered the Abba stand front/rear from the canadian retailer...will see if it works out good.
That's a good question. That's only 180 miles. I can tell you this, the engine is far from being broke in at this point. Contact your dealer and ask them for advice is one thing I'd recommend.Question for you guys...the bike now has 300km, and the season is pretty much ended for all we know. What should i do with the "break-in" oil? Should i drain it or should i leave it for next year? Iirc the manual says to drain it.