SuprHtr at columbus.rr.com
Fri Apr 4 19:10:25 PDT 2008
Mind? Hell, no!
Today I cranked up the GPz, the ZR-7S, and the wife's EX250, after an
interminable Ohio winter. All bikes started with minimal fuss and warmed
up, but the GPz always seems to run best from the get-go. Spring is finally
here and I may get to go for a short spin tomorrow. It was too freakin'
cold to tear into the bikes this winter so I'll have to rotate projects for
the next few weeks if I want to keep at least one bike on the road. Geeper
needs fork seals, the new headlight relay set-up, mounting of the GPS, and
not much else. Oh, crap, got that ZX-9 shock with the heavy spring, too! I
need to install it... And the Stebel Nautilus. Crap.
The ZR also needs the headlight relay and I must install the progressive
fork springs I've had for about 2 years. Also ought to rebuild the ZX-6
shock I got off Ebay for the ZR.
The little Neenjah is crying out for a stiffer suspension. Time to hit up
the Sonic website for some fork springs and maybe start looking for a better
shock... The list never ends.
Paul in Ohio
----- Original Message -----
From: <gpzer at copper.net>
To: <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Friday, April 04, 2008 9:44 PM
> Tis a sad day in the garage.
> Being the origional owner it's sad to see the bike go.
> The bike may be gone, but I'm going to hang around if you all don't
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