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|Comment||Great advice. Happy to here there are no major mechanical problems. Local Yamaha, polaris, honda shop should be able to take of either machine, Steamboat Power Sports. In a town of 20,000 people like Steamboat long waits in traffic are generally not a problem and the Yamaha is definitly better looking. If the Vulcan were dressed as nice as the Yamaha I would go that way because of the liquid cool. Spent 4 hrs yesterday on my Arctic Cat M1000 and had to take today off, too sore to ride. So 2 wheelers are in the distant future for now with 16" of snow in the front yard and more to come before spring and mud season. Thanks again for the great answer.|
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I can help you on EVERY issue involving POST-1980 Japanese Motorcycles plus KTM and Husaberg. My field of expertise includes Engine, Transmission, Fuel system (carburation & EFI),Electrics and Electronics. Maintenance, repair and tuning. Road and off-road suspension tuning. Please don't ask me about non-Japanese Motorcycle, especially American built on which I have low to zero experience.
I'm a rider and hobbyist since childhood.
25 years motorcycle workshop mechanic.15 years motorcycle racing mechanic.
In order of experience high to low:Kawasaki,Suzuki,Honda,Yamaha,KTM,Husaberg.
Hellenic (Greek) Technical School.Internal Combustion Engines Engineer. Automotive Electronics.