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Sorry, I donít know how to interpret that....
It means that this thread is heading down a well worn path that will end in tears if the thread is not pulled.Well meaning banter will degenerate into insult trading and increasing levels of vitriol and after multiple warnings by Dusty, slightly less by Rocker and one only by Luap, the thread will be nuked...Thatís the succinct version.
I thought my comment above was pretty anodyne ó certainly not intended as a prelude to nuclear meltdown. Anyway, I havenít owned a Guzzi in over a month and am unlikely to acquire another anytime soon, so itís probably a good time to drop off the board.
<heavy sigh> Dusty
Sounds like COMPLETE horse-shyte! I mean for gawd's sake, since when has anyone NEEDED a gear indicator to ride a motorcycle? You don't need to KNOW what gear you're in... if motor spins too fast, shift up, if motor spins too slow/lugs, shift down. Problem solved.But I gotta ask, WTF is he talking about regarding incorrect gear on cruise?!? These aren't automatics right? So who places it in the incorrect gear, the moron who sets it without "knowing" if it is 4, 5, or 6 ???? Sounds completely frivolous. Like a lawyer/rider with too much time and entitlement on his hands... or worse
I have had a gear indicator on a couple bikes over the years, the first was a 1984 Honda 750S, my R1150RT had one and my current K1600 has it and it has worked fine for two years now. If It knocked out I wouldn't miss it, a nice to have but certainly not essential. I have put more miles on KLR 650's than anything else and never even thought about not having a gear indicator.
My old GS650 Suzuki had one.. Really the only thing I used it for is it was nice to know I was in top gear. You know the deal.. on the highway, and always trying for the one extra gear...
Why do a motorcycle or a car need a gear indicator??
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