No matter how much pain you endured, you gotta admit it feels good now, particularly if your bike is purring like a kitten and it looks the same as the bottom picture (you know, with the bike all put together and buttoned up!):thumbup:
About 120.00 + tax. Depending on your mileage they will try and talk you into a full service, didn't ask how much.What is the typical charge to get it done at a dealer?
Just change the air filter please.
Not only that but I dig the way the cruise is instant on the very second you push the button now.:congrats:
Think of all the money you saved. :thumbup:
Thanks, it is. Usually only last for about five days (except when I got Sciatic, that's monster mean stuff there). Rode to set the cruise then today again and drove the car yesterday. Getting in and out and off and on is where I have to be very careful. The one thing you do not want to do is play dead. Even though you hurt like hell you have to keep moving, keep using those muscles, get on the treadmill or walk outside. Been having back problems since I was 20 years old. Sometimes you have to get into pain to get rid of pain. Sucks but you can't give up. Replacing the air filter and adjusting the cruise control was treatment. Using those muscles to get rid of the pain but doing it very slowly.hope your back gets better:doorag: