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I am looking at buying a 2005 with 70000k what issues may I expect

The bike has been service regularly is 70000 k a lot and will the motor need major work soon

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This is a lot of miles for a motorcycle. Expect to invest in the entire drive train.

Posted on Nov 30, 2012

  • John herbert Dec 01, 2012

    How much to replace drivetrain ?

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I would check with another dealer or two. 15,500 miles is somewhat low miles relative to the need for new valves. Bad gas and ethanol gas is hard on valves and that may be what caused the need for valve work, assuming the dealer is honest about the bad valves. Most guys buy the four cylinder bikes for speed. They forget that the service cost on four cylinders is a lot more than for a twin.

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