Layed my bike down last night to avoid an accident, not a lot of damage and a sore wrist. Time and money will make it all better.
I have often wanted something like that, but I prefer the more inconspicuous version used on many older bikes with a screw at the bottom of the switchgear that can be used to adjust friction. However, not sure how it would work on the CBF, where a tenth of a millimeter has a noticeable impact on the speed. Light flywheel and plenty of power is not always ideal.Today I fitted the Breakaway throttle lock and took it for a test ride. I’m very impressed! 👍🏼
Live to ride another day! Great ending to an otherwise not great event. Hope the bike and you are doing ok.
Which one did you get? Pictures?Today I fitted the Breakaway throttle lock and took it for a test ride. I’m very impressed! Tomorrow I travel away for my 2 week stint, can’t wait to get back home and on my Road Star again chasing those white lines.
It is such a shame eluder guys with the problems i have heard on service.Sitting at the dealer getting the break switch recall done. Trying to decide weather to get the valve clearance check for the 16000 mile service
Update 1:45 minutes waiting and I sat on a gold wing.... not for me, no leg room.
Update 2:20..... I sat on a venture for half an hour and it's not as comfortable as my Eluder.
Final update of this interesting experience. In the end it took them 2 hours and 40 minutes to change a part they thought would take 30. Why did this happen? Turns out these folks had never seen an Eluder before and had little idea what they were doing. I say this with certainty since the dude that worked on it had me turn it on to make sure it worked cause he didn't know how to turn the bike on..................... So that shop will be a buy parts from shop only and no more working on it. Time to learn how to check the valve clearance for the 16000 mile service myself.
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Well it is suspected that they made less than a thousand Eluders. (I'm so sold on this bike I'm defending these clowns) This will be the last limited production bike I ever own. When buying it I should have done more research but it is such an awsome ride when I test road it I had to have it. I've been trying to convince myself to sell and get something with more aftermarket support then I go for a ride and change my mind. Also seems weird they couldn't start it since I sat on a venture in their showroom but I talked with the sales guy and it wasn't actually theirs but a bike they were selling for someone and they just got it in.It is such a shame eluder guys with the problems i have heard on service.
Dang those are bright! Very nice.Installed the Kellermann led indicator lights this morning and OMG those tiny little suckers are BRIGHT!!
Now just have to get the resistors wired in so they don't hyperflash and drive me or others totally insane...
...and just a pic plucked from the interwebs to show the actual size:
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