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    I'm partial to the Deltran Battery Tender brand.

    I'm partial to the Deltran Battery Tender brand.
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    How long was the battery unplugged? Even a couple...

    How long was the battery unplugged? Even a couple of months of being unplugged shouldn't kill it completely dead. Unless you have a
    parasitic drain of some kind. I'd be checking to make sure you...
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    This is true, just paddle and not foot and...

    This is true, just paddle and not foot and clutch. I keep forgetting it is Semi-automatic.
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    Personally I like shifting, it makes me feel more...

    Personally I like shifting, it makes me feel more a part of the process. My car is an auto, but it's a car and
    basically just transportation. For fun, I like shifting, but that's just me. I think...
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    Best way is to pull the wheel, get a flashlight,...

    Best way is to pull the wheel, get a flashlight, and visually check the thickness of the remaining pad material. Not hard
    to do with the front brakes, but the rear can be checked with the wheel in...
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    Credit Card. Oh, and cell phone. When I toured...

    Credit Card. Oh, and cell phone. When I toured all over the states a couple decades ago, I never really carried any gear
    to speak of. And never really regretted it. Bikes are so reliable compared to...
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    Too bad you aren't closer to Missouri. I've got a...

    Too bad you aren't closer to Missouri. I've got a Mark Parnes balancer with the VFR adapters, so I should be in good shape. And
    got the longer shaft to balance the rear too.
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    IMO if that belt had been loose enough to slip a...

    IMO if that belt had been loose enough to slip a cog, you would most certainly have noticed. And the belt damage would be
    easy to see. If a cog belts slips, one or more to the cogs get torn off the...
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    The answer to a question that was never asked...

    The answer to a question that was never asked seriously. Consider the Equa-Lean from many years back. Mostly they are proof of concept,
    but no one ever actually wanted one in enough numbers to make...
  10. OTOH having too many open accounts, even if you...

    OTOH having too many open accounts, even if you don't use them, can also impact your credit score.
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    Including the kitchen sink. :)

    Including the kitchen sink. :)
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    Looks like that will work.

    Looks like that will work.
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    Very likely with some things, especially styling...

    Very likely with some things, especially styling cues, but things such as rapidly wearing front drive pulleys wouldn't seem to be
    driven by the marketing division.
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    Well, whether the Can Am and Rotax engineers know...

    Well, whether the Can Am and Rotax engineers know what their talking about is anybody's guess. Lots of people take what they say with a grain of
    salt. Many have issues with several of the designs...
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    That really stinks about having to take down your...

    That really stinks about having to take down your "garage". Sometimes, most times?, seems like cities just like to cause problems where
    none really exist.
  16. Totally agree with the above responses. That's...

    Totally agree with the above responses. That's what we did when we bought Peggy's Spyder. It was located about
    150 miles away, so I rode it back with my great-granddaughter riding pillion. It was...
  17. Sometimes there just no such thing as too much...

    Sometimes there just no such thing as too much information. Always good to know as much as you can about your rides.
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    You do seem very convinced, and you're the only...

    You do seem very convinced, and you're the only person I've ever come across that maintains an early initial oil change can damage an engine. And while
    I'm sure I'll never be truly convinced of the...
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    What you say is mostly true, but many people have...

    What you say is mostly true, but many people have found that sticking strictly to manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations are not
    necessarily the best way to go. That's been my experience...
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    While I do agree with the "too much of a good...

    While I do agree with the "too much of a good thing" idea, I totally disagree with the idea that an early first oil change is going to
    grenade an engine, or even cause that engine to not perform to...
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    Kind of a misleading thread title. :) I thought...

    Kind of a misleading thread title. :) I thought it was about a tilting trike.
  22. Almost any horn of real size and noise needs a...

    Almost any horn of real size and noise needs a relay to operate at its best.
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    I started my digital maps using Delorme Street...

    I started my digital maps using Delorme Street Atlas, which I loved, to decide on a route, and then used MapSource, now BaseCamp, to set
    it up and send it to my Garmin GPS. Street Atlas worked...
  24. Thanks for coming back with the report of your...

    Thanks for coming back with the report of your progress. Always nice to hear back how things went.
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    JMO of course, but if I felt like I couldn't buy...

    JMO of course, but if I felt like I couldn't buy something without a warranty, I'd be looking for something else. If a vehicle
    is so inherently unreliable so as to not be owned without a warranty,...
  26. Good to know. Thank you.

    Good to know. Thank you.
  27. Sounds like they're trying to legislate you to...

    Sounds like they're trying to legislate you to death. :)
  28. For the 998 motor, or the 1330 motor?

    For the 998 motor, or the 1330 motor?
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    "Why screw around with anything else?" Because...

    "Why screw around with anything else?"

    Because it's $10 for a quart and it's no better/different from the stuff that costs that much for a gallon. I just consider it a slight push
    against...
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    Thank you, now I don't have squint. :)

    Thank you, now I don't have squint. :)
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