Re: Valve Adjustment
It says in the manual to have them checked at 24k, doesn't mean it needs to be adjusted. I checked mine at 26k and they were all in spec. I checked them again at 36k and everything is still good to go. Just pick up some feeler gauges and check them yourself, if you do find one out, then you can decide if you want to do it yourself or take it somewhere. As far as the sluggishness, CHANGE YOUR PLUGS. I change mine every 5k miles or every other oil change. Our bikes are really hard on plugs, it chews them up fast and thats why they have dual ground plugs (they last longer because there is more surface to wear out before the gap gets to big). CR10ek plugs by the way. don't waste your money in the iridium.
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