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N3FOL

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N3FOL last won the day on March 8

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About N3FOL

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    Mike

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    Stewartstown, PA, United States

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    Stewartstown

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    PA

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    United States

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  • Interests
    Amateur Radio, weightlifting, motorcycles/riding
  • Bike Year and Model
    '07 Venture and '18 TC

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  1. First and foremost, congratulations on your acquisition of the 2008 RSV. It is a very nice bike to say the least. You have come to the right place for information and anything that you want to share regarding your 2nd gen RSV. I would like to add, since your bike has been sitting for 2 years, plan on bleeding your brakes anytime soon. An oil change should be on top of your list. Welcome and enjoy the bike...
  2. Glad to hear the rider is doing fine. We've heard this millions of times before, speed is one of the major causes of motorcycle accidents. Ride Safe all.
  3. In order to avoid any road rage, I stay on the right lane(s). Most of the vehicles I pass on the left are the ones that travel well below the speed limit. Be safe and enjoy your rides.
  4. ...that other car passing you on the right may be going 50 mph over the posted speed limit.
  5. N3FOL

    Test rides

    @AGrengs I like the first bike your rode, but it is a bike that you don’t want to get caught in the rain. The bags are just too nice to get wet. 😀
  6. I finally got the chance to bleed my brakes and clutch last week on the SVTC. It is an ‘18, so it was time to replace the brake fluid. It took me more time trying to figure out how to remove the right front cowling (I think that is what it called) than actually bleed and replace the fluid. Everything went smooth as expected. My brake fluid is good for another 2 years. 😀 I got a few pics I took during my ordeal
  7. Happy to report...so far so good. I rode at least 7 times now after I picked it up from the shop 2 weeks ago. The stalling problem just disappeared with no reason at all. Keep the shiny side up and ride safe.
  8. As we all know, Wind Therapy is very important for our well being. Ride safe.
  9. @Axman Indeed it is very active. Welcome and enjoy your new to you 'ride'.
  10. @Chris AumandWelcome to the forum. As for your shock, a rebuilt one may be a little cheaper than a new shock. Lots of help in this forum. Enjoy.
  11. That sounds so refreshing. Glad you had a great day.
  12. I finally got my SVTC back. Shop said they could not replicate what I have observed 'stalling'. I even sent them a video of the incident as I tried to do it from the garage before I got it towed and it never acted back up again. This morning, I went to pick it up and rode it back home for at least 20 miles with no problems at all. I was told to simply keep an eye on the situation, because the shop could not replace anything under warranty unless the bike part is not functioning at all. As a consolation, they were able to replace my brake switch as part of the recall. Ride On folks and ke
  13. Same here SpencerPJ. I know things like these happens, but I am very thankful she did not leave me stranded on the side of the road.
  14. Wow. 45 days is really too long to be waiting for a bike to get done. I hope yours is not going to take much longer. As for my SVTC, I expect to get a call from the shop by Monday to tell me what they find out. They said since the bike is already in the shop, they can also do the brake switch recall at the same time. The weather should be perfect riding days next week. At least I still have my very reliable '07 RSV and she'll keep me company all week long. I'll keep you guys posted.
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