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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-18-2010, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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188 logged on right now= a great crowd but one thing I have noticed is lots of views but not much posting? I'm switching from a 09 Kawi Versys 650 to a 2010 900 custom se and I am stoked. I had a bad feeling when the same day I picked up my versys I fell for a green custom as it was rolling away from the dealer! All i'm saying is alot of people are just looking for opinions/suggestions and I know that once I get some time and mods on mine I will be looking forward to helping and giving my opinion. Cheers and Ride Safe!
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post #3 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-18-2010, 11:40 PM
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i'm one of those

i read a lot, every day i check the forum, i can't give mi opinion, because i've only had mi SE for 30 miles !!!! it's mi first bike and is incredible !!! is easy to handle, powerfull, and great looking !!!!!


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I have been a member of this forum for about a week now and I have already been able to take advantage of the knowledge and opinions of the folks here. This is a great thing that we need to keep going. I will definitely help anybody out anywhere I can.

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A great crowd ha?

Anyways hope you enjoy your new ride

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Enjoy the new ride... "A wise man speaks little." lol

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Welcome all new riders. You are going to love your bike. This very well may be the bike you still dream about 20 years from now when you are riding something else.

With greetings taken care of, new riders need to make sure they read the sticky about the "broke grease fittings". Its just a minor headache with an easy fix on an otherwise almost perfect bike.

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188 logged on right now= a great crowd but one thing I have noticed is lots of views but not much posting? I'm switching from a 09 Kawi Versys 650 to a 2010 900 custom se and I am stoked. I had a bad feeling when the same day I picked up my versys I fell for a green custom as it was rolling away from the dealer! All i'm saying is alot of people are just looking for opinions/suggestions and I know that once I get some time and mods on mine I will be looking forward to helping and giving my opinion. Cheers and Ride Safe!
This a good site but don't limit yourself to just this one... add the one below and expand your chances to learn.....

http://www.kawasakimotorcycle.org/fo...saki-cruisers/
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Well just an update but I put on 130km tonight for my first ride and I must say the grin is going to be hard to rub off! I can't wait until break-in is over so I can crank it up abit WITH exhaust. Thanks for all the replies and looking forward to dishing out lots of questions!
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