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    Senior Member coming up on 100K... StratTuner's Avatar
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    coming up on 100K...

    I'm coming up on 100,000 miles on my NC.
    Can the odometer show in 6 digits?
    I'm thinking it might just turn over to 0 when it gets past 100K.
    We'll find out today.

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    Any major things had to be replaced in the 100k?
    -2015 NC700X
    -Storm Bark Busters
    -Danmoto exhaust
    -Givi crash bars
    -MMOTO fully welded luggage rack
    -Dales seat rack
    -Corbin seat

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    I'm curious as well, anything outside of usual maintenance?

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    WOW, how was your history of reliability?

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    Senior Member coming up on 100K... ld_rider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratTuner View Post
    I'm coming up on 100,000 miles on my NC.
    Note to self: More riding, less posting ;-)
    Congrats on your milestone!
    Rob in New England
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    Quote Originally Posted by booblinker View Post
    Any major things had to be replaced in the 100k?
    The only thing that failed in 100,000 miles was the clutch. At 80K, it just quit working, so now I know that the NC clutch (for me) should be replaced about every 70,000 miles.

    Other than that, there was NOTHING that needed fixing or replacement
    .... (other than regular maint.)
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    Wow I wish I could say the same thing about my Silverado. I had to replace the engine and major suspension parts at 100k. My '14 NC has 50k miles and I feel confident putting another 50k.

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    Anyone else 100k here?


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    Senior Member coming up on 100K... dduelin's Avatar
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    It should show 6 digits at 100,000.

    Congratulations on this milestone!
    Dave

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    That is great mileage.

    I only ever once saw such mileage on a bike and that was a BM R100GS. The odometer on it went back to zero. It had a driveshaft replaced, gearbox output shaft bearings were replaced twice, a Crank seal, and a clutch. I subsequently was told that the BM dealer sold it on with the 38,000kms showing on the odometer that I had put on it, but seemingly forgot to mention the other 100,000 Kms to the purchaser. He was one reason (among others) why I never owned a BM again after the one that replaced the GS.
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