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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by Wildman, Dec 15, 2008.
Je t'en prie! Good to know it's appreciated.
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I agree. Its one of those things you may only need once but thats when its worth it.
Not to mention turning it off is easy when your switching to dirt.
I will have a hard time buying another bike without it.
Im not worried about it being "one more thing to break," cars have had it for years. The technology is proven.
Not to mention that thats what the purist say about every kind of technological advancement. It gets old guys.
I would offer a different opinion on ABS. I have racers GP bikes and do not see a need for ABS personally. However I did still buy this. It is a matter of resale. You will get this most of this back in ht end and it could save you along the way. Buy aftermarket riding gear and less farkles to pay for it if needed. This will be a good investment.
ABS discussion here please. Thanks guys.
Edit: ... or here.
i need to know hoy to bookmark this post please so i can consult it fast and easy
Top right corner, click on thread tools. "Subscribe to this thread". Done!
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Subscribed! Thanks, this is a great resource. Just about to trade my R1200R in on a 2010 F8GS. Looking forward to it!
GNP's awesome Valve adjusting Step By Step DIY.
Got some gremlins in the works; it's there but not showing up. I'll work on it later.
Thanks for the link Joe (and GNP77 for the pictorial!), great stuff.
Thank you very much for taking the time to provide all the links and info...very well done!!!
Thanks for the info
Hey Wildman any chance of splitting any F650 links away from the F800 links so they are easier to find. Maybe I just need to look better
um.... its the same bike.
Everything from the 650 works on the 800 & vive versa?
well.... different forks, smaller pistons, different wheels, but generally the same bike mechanically.
Most "accessories" like screens, seats, guards, etc. are the same.
They share 85% (estimated) of the same parts.
Let's just say same Dad, different Mother.
For better or worse, we're all in this together.
Thanks as I'm looking into picking one up as a second bike to go along with my Wee Strom
right on, good luck in your quest. They sure are great bike to ride.
I'd imagine the 650 would be a great replacement and a slightly more refined step up from the strom.