I enjoy working I my bike just about as much as riding it. Gives me a better understanding of how everything works and if something needs adjusted or changed later, I have the confidence of knowing how to do so. Also my confidence level while riding is increased because I know I did the work and know for a fact that everything is tight and in working order. If a dealer did the work that's one more thing I have running through my head, did they out everything back correctly.
So to say you work on the bike too much, I don't think that's possible. Always something that can be done or learned every time you dig into the bike.
Plus it's still cold out here, so I need something to pass the time.
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2006 R6 Raven:Yoshimura TRC Full Exhaust, Bauce ECU Flash, PCIII, Graves Blocks offs & EXUP elim, 520 Conv (-1/+2), Driven Sprockets, RK Chain, GIPro Gear Indicator, GP Shift,
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