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Old 01-18-2013, 05:39 PM   #15490
Dirty bike
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Joined: Apr 2011
Location: Ivins, UT
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Glad you're happy with the GS, and I sincerely hope it stays healthy for you and keeps going down the road.

The FJR when fully loaded in rally trim with a full fuel cell was sometimes a bit of a heft to get off the side stand. The Super Ten, in the same full rally trim with fuel cell is a bit more work than in day ride trim too. I think we get used to what we are riding and it's not that big a deal. When I ride BMWs it takes me to the end of the block to adjust to the non-standard turn signal, and usually a few more turns before I re-adjust to the cancel being on the right, with a separate switch.

Sort of like HDs, but with more moving parts.

Try the Super Ten when you get a chance. It might make the list when you are ready to move on.
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