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Well I've gotten a few tanks of fuel under my belt and observations:
Don't you mean a few frames of fuel? You are making me want one now.
I'd suggest than unless you like bikes with insane amounts of torque, nice suspension, great handling and very reasonably priced don't look at Buell.
Knowing near zero about Harley's, how is the motorcycle/transmissions/clutch for reliability? I test drove a Buell Firebolt back when they were new ... but that was back in my Yamaha R1 and Ducati ST4S days, so I was like yuk/poo/egad after the test ride ... seemed like an OK chassis with a strange motor stuffed into it.
Some Buells suffered from oil pump drive gear issues. The gear wear prematurely, the teeth shear off, the motor is trashed. This problem was supposedly fixed by 2004 with a bronze gear but still some bikes had issues...Did does not affect all bikes and how the bike is ridden and mileage is a factor...
I seem to recall something similar on the early Rubbermount sportsters. Only a year or two, fine if not beat to death but a risk otherwise.God I miss my ST3.... did I post this yet?Only problem was the SuperTrapp was way too loud for me, I usually keep things stock and by that point no stock mufflers were to be had.
I still have my '97. Best handling bike for mountain roads.....maybe the Jackal I use to own would compete with it.
It certainly looks to be a pretty tidy bike you have got yourself Perazzi.
Love me my Buell's, other then fuel pump a failure (that didn't leave me stranded), ECM quirks, they are pretty damn reliable.
I've got one more bike I'd like to sell then maybe I need to start looking for a Tuber. The red'in looks fantastic. The orange ain't bad either
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