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Old 03-13-2012, 02:44 PM   #21
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Yeah, me too man! I was about to the point of following and checking every single wire I could find....
Nothing more stressful than having bike problems. Ecspecially if you're like me and not mechanically inclined.
The important thing is that you got it fixed. Now get out there and enjoy the beautiful weather. LOL
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Nothing more stressful than having bike problems. Ecspecially if you're like me and not mechanically inclined.
The important thing is that you got it fixed. Now get out there and enjoy the beautiful weather. LOL

Ohh yeah....put a few miles on her last night when I got home from work.
This was, of course, after a new battery, oil change, and putting the fairings back on. All this took me about an hour and a half...and well worth it.
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