I'm on board!
Posted September 13, 2001 - 04:52 PM
Posted September 13, 2001 - 06:10 PM
These bikes rock and so does this site. Glad to hear you are having fun on it only after a ride around the yard.
Have fun and ride safe, believe me, buy the safety gear you need to protect yourself and then ride like hell.
How many times have you walked out into the garage and turned on the light to look at your baby just one more time before laying down for the evening?
Hey, the muffler plug seconds as a duck or goose call (QUACK QUACK)!
Posted September 14, 2001 - 04:35 AM
Congrats Scott, come on over to Pat's house Saturday, we will be doing BK mod surgery to both of the 426's..maybe even a WR if you show!!
Posted September 15, 2001 - 06:52 AM
The suspension is just awesome though! Very excited about that. The forks, I'm sure, will be a little stiff for the first few rides, at least on the slow stuff. But the shock is all good! Man, what traction. Where my Husaberg would just roast & roost, the WR really hooks up, even over the ratty, rutted area I was in. A lot of nice extras come with the bike that I really hadn't looked for or expected... like a quick adjust on the clutch, foam filter, reusable oil filter (to an extent) and the tires really aren't THAT bad for my conditions. I do have to admit that the tank/seat is already bugging me! And the bars go without saying. I've never seen a carb with so many hoses!! I love the gearing and am very glad I got the WR, it has more than enough power to lug it around in whatever gear you're in. Plus....the kickstand...yzf buddies will be jealous of that one while they're hooking up to a tie-down when we get back from a ride.
Posted September 16, 2001 - 02:58 PM