Ordered Thu,Fed Ex says they will be here Friday! OH HELL YEAH!:thumbsup:
Looking good, brah!!ccasion:Here is that illusive left side!
That is an exceptable reason. I shall let you off the hook this timeFirst i want to adress the rust issue.
I park at work about 30yards from the gulf of mexico everyday.
Wth the wind sand blasting my bike with every breeze and the salt laden air eating at every finish on the thing.Salt love aluminium.
Im lucky the whole bike isnt corroded to dust.
Thre is a light coat of axle bearing grease all over it
I dont like to use a lot of chain lube because it usually just ends up all over my rear wheel.I normally have to replace chain and sprockets every 3 years any way due to all the wear from the sand. I live in florida on the coast and i dont even have a yard its just sand.Besides the internal o rings of the chain hold all the lube it needs inside each link if i lube the out side too much it acts like glue for the sand.
Better to keep it a little dry so sand doesnt stick to it.
I really asked around about this, as I was told by the guy that sold me the bike that I HAD TO get a power commander if I was going to put on slip-ons.Do you need the juice box with slip ons? I have Akrapovic on mine with no box. Am I running it too lean?