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Howdy all from Chico, CA......just signed up after perusing the net for fellow star owners. I just brought my new Silver 09 650 v star classic home yesterday and so far with what I have seen of it, I can't wait until the weather clears to get this fine thing broke in. Look forward to swapping riding stories on here............John
 

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Welcome

to the board. New here as well; live in Iowa so I think I will have a little longer wait to get the bike out.

Ride Free, Live united
 

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glad you got a bike . we all are looking forward to better weather. i am in va and have had snow covered ground since december and cold.

i got out a couple weeks ago for a brief ride in 40 F weather. i just like to keep the fluids recirculating some during the winter. i havent had any problem staring it yet and havent been using a battery tender on it yet.

ride safe, enjoy your bike
 

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glad you got a bike . we all are looking forward to better weather. i am in va and have had snow covered ground since december and cold.

i got out a couple weeks ago for a brief ride in 40 F weather. i just like to keep the fluids recirculating some during the winter. i havent had any problem staring it yet and havent been using a battery tender on it yet.

ride safe, enjoy your bike
Mr.vstar23, sure sounds like we folks out of the warm places are all in the same boat, huh?:)
 

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Howdy all from Chico, CA......just signed up after perusing the net for fellow star owners. I just brought my new Silver 09 650 v star classic home yesterday and so far with what I have seen of it, I can't wait until the weather clears to get this fine thing broke in. Look forward to swapping riding stories on here............John
Your user name is interesting, by any chance are you refering to a mother with a lot of babies?;)
 

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Your user name is interesting, by any chance are you refering to a mother with a lot of babies?;)
Ha!......I do see where that might come in to pay there. But no, I loaded weapons in the Marine Corps on jets for 8 years. The MK20rockeye, a cluster bomb, was one of my favorites to load. That is where it comes from.
 

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Ha!......I do see where that might come in to pay there. But no, I loaded weapons in the Marine Corps on jets for 8 years. The MK20rockeye, a cluster bomb, was one of my favorites to load. That is where it comes from.
Sorry, I was a bit tongue in cheek there, the mother was the main body, the babies, all the little bomblets inside, it has been many years since I heard of rockeye, and your name caught my eye, thought maybe they were obsolete now? Glad you joined the forum, be active, post all you can, help the forum grow.:)
 

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Sorry, I was a bit tongue in cheek there, the mother was the main body, the babies, all the little bomblets inside, it has been many years since I heard of rockeye, and your name caught my eye, thought maybe they were obsolete now? Glad you joined the forum, be active, post all you can, help the forum grow.:)
OH goodness......now I see what you were saying! I feel like a complete ninny now, wasn't expecting anyone on here to know what that was.......I have been proven wrong
 
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