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Old June 6th, 2021, 05:49 AM   #1
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WOW looks nice !
How tall is the seat height on that beast any way ?
....it do look like it can corner real good though !
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Old September 16th, 2023, 04:33 AM   #16
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not on here much but i still ridin. after destroying the concours in a crash on the skyway, i ride strictly italian now.
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Wow, I'm glad you're OK. How did the crash happen?

I had an '89 Mille GT for 8 years, but sold it and got a Yamaha MT-07 for its lightness.
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i had been up since 0100 on the morning. went to work from 3-7 am. then rode all day in the mountains. i had tellico/reliance rd and was going to cross shy way and head for lodging in cherokee. it had rained in the morn in the mountains. fresh grass on top but mud underneath. i blew a corner and gentle tried to steer back onto the road. down she went. slid sideways in the mud/grass with plastic flying everywhere. had just crossed into north carolina too so i was 30 miles from robbinsville !
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Man, that's not a pleasant situation! As I said, I'm glad you're OK.

By the way, you mentioned Wayah Road a couple years ago. When I looked at the map, I made a loop from Deals Gap, down 28 to Franklin for lunch, then Wayah Rd. to 129, and back to DG on 129. We rode it twice last year and once this year. We really enjoy Wayah Bald and the spectacular views. The first time we rode up there we weren't sure where the gravel road was going to end, but we kept at it for something like five miles until we got to the bald. That's become a favorite ride for my daughter and me.

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the way I understand it is that parts places don't carry in stock for cars over 5 years old... due to the massive inventory that would be needed.. motorcycle parts are much worse , more like 2 years... off brand bikes probably no inventory of parts at all. simply because that is a very substancial investment
just to be able to do that. and usually those businesses are small and can't afford to do that.
but one thing every bike shop can do is Order the parts....at least for the bikes they work on....some bike shops carry the books for every bike on the market.... the Honda shop in Redding is really good about that now they can get parts for just about every bike out there.... but it takes time.
that's the bad part.... it's one of the drawbacks of owning a motorcycle
it's common to have to wait a month for your parts....
I remember waiting 3 weeks for an oil pump on my honda 90 back in the early 1970's I had to pre pay for it and when it got there it was the wrong part.
they sent it back and got another one and when that one arrived it was the right one.... just getting that oil pump took 3 months and I had no transportation in all that time..... it killed me ! LOL
.... many years later when I started my motorcycle repair shop I first got the parts books for honda, Kawasaki,yamaha, suzuki and Bultaco. each of the parts books are for a certain model so you had to have alot of parts books on hand just to order parts....at the time they were free to dealers their not now.
so I ordered a bunch of them.....and sure enough, the first bike that comes in was a bike I didn't have a parts book on... but a quick call to the local big bike shop got the parts. special order in 3 days.... I did not tack on extra cost to the customer, I just charged him what they charged me.... and everything was great, the customer was happy and so was I.
Parts take time..... that's the bad part about working on your own bikes !
you have to be patient !
once UPS got in the game things sped up alot. USPS was very slow, (a week from L.A, or Seattle) UPS was just 2~3 days usually but the cost was more.... so the price of Small parts went way up and no one understood that..... unless you ordered alot of big parts at the same time you had to order the small parts seperately... and that was costly.
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the guy at the parts counter can either make or brake your business !
for my business it was ME so I couldn't complain LOL i only ordered the wrong part once, in the 3 years I had the business going
but it turned out I was only making enough money to keep the doors open and feed the family.... no big profit margin like it was supposed to be
because I wasn't charging the $22.00 an hour shop time the big bike shops were.... I was charging $10.00 hr. and making it up in volume. every day I would put out about 3 bikes and things were looking up I had the work
but then Yamaha came out with Shims for the valves and all the bikes followed suit.... I saw the hand wrighting on the wall and decided to move and get into another line of work Yamaha's valve shim inventory so I could just set valves would cost $25,000 dollars, there was no buy a small shim kit
back then you had to have the entire valve shim set . so I closed the doors
only to open up another shop in another location !
it's like I never learn ! but working on bikes is what I liked to do !
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the parts supply line has improved a bit over the years.... but when its on a slow boat from china your just screwed and have to wait...
in many cases now you can request it be sent by air that speeds up shipping alot. cost more too !
so hang in there, waiting for parts is no fun !
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waiting on cluth plates from netherlands. italian bikes are awful about having parts on standby.
WTF? Clutch plates from the Netherlands? Seriously? Disagree with highlighted statement in your quote above....my Ducati plates take 2 days, in stock at supplier Ducati Omaha.
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I think it may be Piaggio, as opposed to all Italian brands. When I had a Moto Guzzi it was pretty well known that they weren't good about parts, warranty repairs, etc. Aprilia is also owned by Piaggio. Ducati seems to be owned by Volkswagen now.
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WTF? Clutch plates from the Netherlands? Seriously? Disagree with highlighted statement in your quote above....my Ducati plates take 2 days, in stock at supplier Ducati Omaha.
AF1 gave me a date of 4 to 6 months before they can get the special steel special fiber. plates. i told them, to send me what you have, and I will look overseas. it’s a piaggio thing i guess.
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they only did a three-year production run of the 900 so I could be a factor to
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That's been happening with Moto Guzzi owners for a few years now. It's not just parts availability either, it's support in general. Dealers are going of of business faster than they're being replaced, and I've seen longtime owners move on to other brands. It's unfortunate.
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That's been happening with Moto Guzzi owners for a few years now. It's not just parts availability either, it's support in general. Dealers are going of of business faster than they're being replaced, and I've seen longtime owners move on to other brands. It's unfortunate.
agreed, however i must proclaim Ducati exempt from this, though dealers come and go. As its the only Italian made brand i deal with....I'm a bit surprised on the poor performance of parts availability of other brands mentioned.
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agreed, however i must proclaim Ducati exempt from this...
Ducati is exempt, since Piaggio doesn't own them. It seems that Volkswagen supports dealers and customers better than Piaggio.
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I really like Ducatti.... the Ducatti 250cc when it first came out was the first
4 stroke 250cc I ever rode.... it was AMAZING ! I had a 50cc honda at the time
and was working on getting my Honda 90cc running and a friend of mine got one ! his Dad owned a boat shop and got the Ducatti dealership for the area !
that bike was the only one in the shop but it was as expensive as the 350cc honda twin at the time.... so no one bought it.... at the end of the year his Dad gave him the bike as a graduation present ! I tried for a week to talk him into letting me ride it and he finally relented and let me ...I only rode it up to the end of the block and back but man I was impressed ! Lots of low end torque !
they must not have made very many of them because in my life time I think I have seen only 3 250's LOL but the bigger brother in the Ducatti line got world recognition when the big twins started winning every race they entered for years...... those are good reliable bikes.... never worked on one though...to my dismay LOL
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I'll concur that the older, 2 valve per cylinder, air-cooled L twins are incredibly reliable...provided the (unique to Ducati) cam drive belts are changed every 3-4 years and (desmodromic) valves are checked/adjusted according to service manual schedule, in addition to all the normal maintenance. As I'm a DIY kinda guy, neither bike has ever been to a dealer!
39,950 miles now on my old, carbed '95 900SS, my FI '07 SS800 near 14,000 and both start, run, shift, brake, accelerate and handle impeccably while feeling "stuck" to the road. The newer, liquid cooled, 4 valvers obviously faster but much more complicated to work on. The latest Multistrada and Hypermotards have all sorts of complicated electronic doo-dads such as ride modes, on-screen service reminders, and even more. Great while covered under warranty, but thereafter...super expensive repairs.
No thanky, i'll take my old, outdated, air-cooled, DIY, simple in comparison 2 valve Supersports anytime.
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