Join Date: Oct 2016
Location: Central Florida
Originally Posted by EazyE
Thanks for all the suggestions. I haven't gotten around to getting it to a dealer yet but so far I've put almost 200 miles on it. I probably have a 60% success rate at finding neutral at a stop now with a few tries, and a 30% success rate on first attempts. Sometimes its just not there and I'm looking like an idiot at stop lights clicking up and down for 2min. Other than that it seems to run smooth.
Best for your safety to keep bike in gear and watch your mirrors for vehicles approaching from behind. It could save your life.
S.E. 10.5:1 pistons, S.E. 251 cams, S.E. pro tuner
Big Sucker ll, Rinehart True Duals
1977 Triumph Bonneville Silver Jubilee - sold after 40 great years together
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