That was my experience, but looking back it has been over 15 years since I was on a plane.CheapFlightFares shows Detroit to Austin at $232 and Toronto to Austin at $372 (both direct). I know he got flights for something stupid like $90 before, but maybe not anymore...
Being old and wise now, what are your thoughts on buying used suspension components? Would it be a better idea to just save up a bit more and buy new?
Yea, I saw the Woodcraft eliminator harness but supposedly it it incompatible with the harness which has immobilizer built in; DIY is going to be the way I go. Any place you recommend for getting the bars? I know bluestreak and such sell them but I'm looking at $10 shipping for $20 bars so I'd like to avoid that if I couldHandlebars that will work with the Woodcraft clamps are easy. Any Woodcraft or Vortex bars will work, and you can get them separately (as crash-repair spares).
Easiest way to do kill-switch-ignition is to get the Woodcraft ignition key eliminator harness. They're meant for bikes without immobilizer ... I don't know if the immobilizer-equipped models have different pin counts or pin assignments on the plug to the ignition switch. If those plugs are the same then it should work. (Check service manual wiring diagrams)
The key eliminator harness isn't rocket science, DIY isn't out of the question, but I wanted a clean solution without hacking the wiring harness. Finding the matching harness plugs wasn't worth my time, nor was reverse-engineering which pins were to do what in order to make it work.
Good idea. I really should get an air filter... Mine is 2 years old now and has seen about 40,000km's. I keep cleaning it out every so often but it might be time to toss itYou need 2 and having 2 as spares is a good idea. Add an oil filter if need be and shipping is free
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FYI, I remembered to go check the auto-renewal again and it now has a different interface that works. I disabled my auto-renewal.Link to change auto-renew was still broke when I tried it today.
Interesting business model ... enable auto-renewal but now way to disable it