Ok, this is a mind dump and I invite you to be succint in what you have learned that you actually put into play. Really, tell me what you have done to your KS from this forum, its a learning experience and a tribute.
1) I learned that my flicking gear indicator is due to a faulty sensor at the the trans and now I can go to the dealer and TELL him what the problem is.
2) I've got to complain about my Corbin seat and truthfully the support I've gotten has helped.
3) I was able to select the Remus cone, though there are good alternatives, and I love it and it fits my bike and me.
4) I've always wanted some carbon fiber and now I know exactly where to go and can order with confidence due to my buds here.
5) Shiva has confirmed that "big" riders should ride ESA with one rider up plus baggage as this fits my weight. What a HUGE difference its made.
6) I've been able to share my TPM story with others and I think I've helped them. Some couldn't care but some of us (like me) live by it.
7) I understood the servo 06 versus 07 brakes and was able to make a decision that was right for me.
I've learned that as awesome as the four under the seat exhaust is and as beautiful it is it is not for me.
9) I knew my price for the KS wasn't a steal but right on the money.
I wish I could round this out with a top ten but nine is what I've gotten.
Best regards so all of you that have helped and to those of you that will help makes this such an awesome experience for me.
Oh, number 10 afterall, I wanted a new lid and the info I got supported my decision for a Shoei X11 and I love the freaking thing! My girl rides with the Shoie Flutter (pink of course) and thanks you too!
I also wanted to thank Shiva for not knocking me down to Lost Puppy for commenting on his riding without a helmet! We're an awesome group and I'm proud to be a part of this. I rode a VFR and loved it but I've found my crowd. God bless us all.
2007 K1200S Tricolor with a Revo cone, Corbin seat, EVO race filters, Pazzo levers, SS trim rings and flashing brake light
1994 Harley Softail Heritage