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675 common problems

Hey guys, i am a new rider, i've just purchased a 08 675 and would like to know if it has any thing that a lot of people complain about( manufacturer defects etc..) i love the way the 675 looks and it sure is nice to ride around and people ask what kind of bike is that( i live in san jose ,ca) another question...does stalling a lot on a bike damage the engine? a friend stalled like 10 times in a riding session, still learning haha, i love the clutch on the 675, so easy, oh and any tips at all you guys can give me is appreciated, thanx.

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The only downside of owning a 675 is that you get depressed when you're not out riding. Sign up for a track day and let an instructor tell you about steering, braking, where to keep your eyes etc. It's a mindblowing experience. Have fun

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