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I was chatting with Jim Hamlin from Hamlin Cycles yesterday. One topic was service for the new bike. They just completed factory service training. Recommended by factory is cam removal every 15K for check/adjustment.
I don't understand the angst about cams-out shim adjustments. Yes, it's more involved than the old screw adjuster process. But only by a small margin, and the work area is just as conveniently presented as ever.
So I hear you saying when I retire and am back in VA I can drop my V100 at your place for shims?
I looked at the shop manual and it doesnít look that complicated, but you will need the special tool to lock the sprockets.
I looked at the shop manual and it doesnít look that complicated, but you will need the special tool to lock the sprockets. "That has a 3d printer project stamped all over it."Yes it does, especially if the cost for the special tool is an issue.
Has anyone here actually ridden off the dealer's lot with one of these yet???
Could be wrong, but I reckon if anybody had one, it might have come up in conversation.
They have a poor track record (See Hydro problems) Also the Griso issues leading to rollers.
I donít understand what you mean.
yes you do
Well, that was certainly a well written and thought out piece on the new bike.One of the very best reviews I've ever read about any motorcycle. Thoughtful intelligent discussion with an historical backdrop. Very entertaining to say the least.
Or perhaps some have, but they donít like the incessant complaining so prevalent here?
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