dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Mon Mar 12 05:24:06 PDT 2007
If they're so afraid of what people will think, then it shouldn't be out on the market yet. Cripes!
Rob Schwartz <coldinvt at gmavt.net> wrote: In Mama Kaw's defense, the US market is historically VERY intolerant of
first model-year "glitches." The display model did look like a bit of a
"test mule" with some minor roughness around the edges and a little
compartment at the front of the tank that nobody could figure out how to
open... Maybe they're just scared to let Americans play with something
that's not quite "right" yet.
Either way, it's still kinda' lame that you couldn't sit on it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Art Lischer [mailto:alisch80 at mchsi.com]
> Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2007 9:11 PM
> Cc: Kawasaki GPZ1100 discussion
> Subject: Re: Concourse 14
> >>2. Sits very similar to how I remeber the GPS with GenMar risers.
> That's not fair! How do the Canadians rate? We didn't get to sit on it
> here in the states. They had it up on a pedestal behind a rail 4 feet
> out of reach! I too liked it but continued to be baffled at Mama Kaw's
> marketing approach.
> Art in DM
> Rob Schwartz wrote:
> > So I attended the Montreal Motorcycle show this past month and,
> among other
> > tasty things, got a first hand look at the new C14!
> > First impressions:
> > 2. Sits very similar to how I remeber the GPS with GenMar risers. It's
> > quite comfortable though the reach to the bars is a little long
> over that
> > stretched out gastank. Again, a lot like how I rememeber my '95.
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