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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by trailrider383, Sep 11, 2014.
100% more unless you're revving the tits off it
“20 FE350s uncorked with Vortex ecu and FMF slip-on are the only engine related mods - runs much better than stock with no flame-outs and often 65mpg+ too. Oil every 1000 miles or so and air filters as necessary. No valve adjustment has been required yet. At this point I’m not checking again unless the bike starts to run poorly or use oil.
The hype regarding maintenance and longevity is overblown imo. This bike has been easy to work on and maintain with the short oil change interval being the only thing that is sometimes annoying.
Wow . 16000 miles on a 2020.
I'm just curious if that's a stock seat!
Seat Concepts Comfort - worth every penny!
The newer models have tits? Heading to the dealer this morning for a look see.
Hey these husky’s have EVERYTHING a guy needs!
Thanks @rexbro, that’s pretty amazing you have crammed 441 hours of riding time into the last year and a half. Ride on brother.
Tits and tires? Certain doom....
Looks like I have triggered something primal in the tribe
Okay back from the dealer. They are 350T and 501T models. Unfortunately only street legal in certain counties in Nevada.
Stock gearing? I went to a 13t front on my '20 350 (exc) and it almost feels like I am abusing it over about 60mph on the highway. Mostly worried about hammering the sh*t out of the valves. I'm only at about 30 hours and two oil changes.
Another glorious riding day!
Running 14-50 right now - a little better for my riding. I’m trying a 48T next as the 350 has plenty of power for DS use.
I'm dropping the bike off at the dealer for its first valve check this weekend. Once I have an idea of what the valves are doing I'll probably be less worried about running it on the highway.
But I believe in Utah you can have one of each
Meh, small bikes can take the revs. I had a Ninja 250 years ago and it was comfortable reving to the moon, just that the mpg's would suffer. I suspect these are just as capable if not better.
I also use a trifold aluminum ramp for my truck.. works very well.. and have also witnessed a few comical acts with those using single ramps and a step up platform.
What brand trailer do you pull?
Sounds similar to Arizona.
Does anyone have any recommendations for hand grips that you think help with handlebar vibes a bit?