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- Have to be a bike technician to maintain it.
They recently (a few years ago) brought out a new issue of it.
Giant speedo and all.Apr 23, 2012
- I couldn't tell you David. Modern bikes are more my area of knowledge, but I appreciate the craftsmanship of these old lovelies. At least these have accessible mechanical parts, albeit specialist orders these days (or make it yourself if you have the kit and experience). Modern bikes have so many electronics on them, you need PhD in shuttle maintenance to work on them. :)Apr 23, 2012
- Yes, they don't want you to fix them.
They want you to buy entire new engines/modules.
Like everything it's a money game and we are the resource.Apr 23, 2012
- I think there's an element of that, but it's also that it's cheaper and easier to mass produce stuff if it's modularised.Apr 23, 2012
- Also a protection aspect for distributors/agents.Apr 23, 2012
- Which is in many ways a good thing. We all whine when local dealers go out of business and they're no one to sell us bikes.Apr 24, 2012