Join Date: May 2009
Location: Prior Lake (MPLS area), MN
Yeah, that will help some. I have a service manuel downloaded. But the pics in them usually suck. When I did my 250, I was able to find some write-ups that were basically step-by-step, with crystal clear pics. Maybe when I do mine, I will try to get my wife to take some pics, and I'll make my own.
I have a buddy, who does his own on his dirt bikes. And they are the same style. He helped on my 250. It's just nice to have something that might show any tricks to getting things done on this particular bike.
I will prob go the cheap route and pull them and run to the dealer for parts. My buddy mentioned he has the kits for his bikes. But he has a few bikes of the same model, so it makes sense. But if I have to do this every couple years, it don't for me. Plus who know by the time this bike needs it next I might not even own it. I don't get to ride during the week since I don't commute, I have to drive a work van. So even if I have to wait for parts I should be okay. But with two Kawi dealers within 10 miles of me, one of them should have the parts.
South of the Twin Cities.
Ride the river.
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Speedo fixer in back (170)
Fuel Gauge resistor
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