OEM rear + 2 x front brake pads: $100 + $10 shipping
Puig windscreen: $75 + $20 shipping
center stand: $60 + $25 shipping
Pirelli MT60's for sale
Logan_tx, you still want the centerstand?
price on centerstand is firm @$85 delivered. here is a picture of the underside which suffered a bit due to my lowered suspension while 2 up riding. it is fully up to its task.
IMG_3558 by mtiberio, on Flickr
Here is a picture of the Puig screen. I drilled a couple of small holes near the top to mount a deflector. I'm keeping the deflector, and I put a couple of black plastic plugs in the holes. I lined up the glare just right so you can see them. Not a big deal, just full disclosure.
I also have 1...
Brand new. I bought them and then sold my bike before mounting. Cost me $400, will take $150 plus $25 shipping to the lower 48 states (USA). These are the best handling dual surface tires you will find. My first set lasted 6000 miles and felt sticky.
New Pair Pirelli MT60 SuperMoto...
I have bikemasters on my NC, and Oxfords on my Guzzi. I find the bikemasters barely adequate, and would never consider throttling them. The oxfords on the other hand often require that I turn them off.
3 times broken wrist, 3 wrist surgeries. I find the most neutral position is a "buckhorn" bar. With the grips 30 degrees out from vertical. Not a sexy adv bike option, but who cares what people think, if you cant ride in comfort otherwise.
The no start issue has returned (twice actually). Left alone, it solves itself. I replaced all the small relays stuck in the fuse box. I'm wondering again if its the side stand switch or maybe the big relay next to the battery. No one has ever had this issue?
This winter I plan to remove my adjustable lowering links. I'll make some measurement and comparisons then and report. I do remember I lowered it as far as it would go before the tire hit the inner fender. The reason I want to pull them is, they are cheap chinese, and after 2 salty winters, I...