|Last Logged In:||February 24, 2020|
|Registered:||October 07, 2009|
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|Birthday (Year) & Occupation:||1969 / Retired USAF / Pilot|
|Personal Quote:||"I might have a motorcycle problem".....|
|Bike Model (Ex - M2, XB12Rr, S1W, P3):||98 S1W, 99 X1 (with Euro Components fairing), 2002 S3T, 1995 S2 with S3T bags, 1995 S2 (early VIN-newest purchase) 1996 S1, 2009 1125R|
|Model Year (Please enter full 4-digit year):||1998, 1999, 2002, 1995, 1995, 1996, 2009|
|V.I.N. (To aid in problem resolution. Will not be displayed or shared otherwise.) :||(Hidden)|
|Problems/Miles (Please be specific):||99X1, broken primary chain adjuster, took a few other things with it, broken header by the front cylinder,
98S1W, broken header at the collector, right fork seal that wouldn't stop leaking, replaced forks with brand new x1 forks, both bikes, standard rocker box leaks,
2002S3T: Push-rod tube leak ...push rod tube base was leaking, replaced with collapsible push rod tubes and solid one piece billet bases from zippers performance, bought through NRHS. easy install, great kit, no leaks. failed speedo sensor (x2), local HD shop had one in stock.
|Other Mods/Misc/Customization.:||99X1: Powdercoated seat sub frame black, powdercoated frame and wheels white (they were black in stock trim) moto dynamics integrated tail light, American Sport Bike CF undertail, LSL pegs, Banke shift and brake pedals, jet hot coated header, Drummer exhaust, Eurocomponents fairing, wave rotors (front/rear) ASV brake and clutch levers, race ECM - S2 forks with LSL clip-ons that fit within the fairing to get rid of the clubman style bars the fairing kit came with.
98S1W: XB rocker box cover conversion with catch can, ceramic coated header, Motodynamics integrated LED tail light, custom made conversion block for Renthal fat bars (still utilizes stock gauge mount plate), wave rotors (front/rear), X1 forks, undercut cam cover, Storz steering dampner, custom made swing arm brace, billet/CF front pulley cover, zepto turn signals, CF fly screen, CF tail, LSL lane splitter bar end mirrors.
96 S1: XB rocker box covers and catch can, X1 forks, PM wheels, wave rotors front and rear, Motodynamics integrated LED tail light, Zepto turn signals, LSL steering dampner, LSL foot pegs, ASV levers, Billet shift and brake assemblies, upgraded primary chain adjuster, upgraded oil pump drive gear, collapsible push-rod tube assemblies, custom conversion block for renthal fatbars (1 1/8 taper handlebars) NRHS round billet air filter assembly, LSL lane splitter bar end mirrors, custom frame brace, custom swing arm support, billet/CF center disk pulley cover, Drummer exhaust, ceramic coated header, upgraded front exhaust mount
95 S2: Thunderstorm motor from a 98S3, upgraded Oil pump drive gear, undercut cam cover, collapsible push-rod tube assemblies, upgraded primary chain adjuster, XB rocker box covers with catch can, XB turn signals, new side plates (CNC billet) for later style kickstand (long term project to design - huge improvement), conversion rack for S3T bags (huge improvement), billet air filter base, custom frame brace, 29 tooth front sprocket came on the motor but converted to 27 tooth (I felt like I was hunting for half a gear no matter what gear I was in with the 29 tooth), ceramic coated header, Supertrap megaphone muffler, billet front motor mount, later style rubber foot-pegs
2002 S3T: XB rockerbox covers and catch can, upgraded oil pump drive gear, upgraded primary chain adjuster, zippers collapsible push rod tube assemblies (stock push rods), billet front motor mount, supertrap muffler, heated grips
2009 1125R Rick's mosfet tech regulator, EBR modified rotor, Jardine CF exhaust.
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|Why I do/don't ride a Buell:||Eclectic and soulful! + not everyone has one|
|How can Buell improve their motorcycles?:||Build the bikes that I can afford to own and ride AND the ones that make headlines in the magazines to show off to all the clowns that ran him out of business! As EBR rises once again I would love to see a nice sport tour bike again....something along the lines as the Motus!|
|Life History/Philosophy:||It is much better to live life than to simply get through it|
|Top speed on 2 wheels (mph):||165 indicated|
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|Other bikes - you know the Non-Buell kind:||2009 HD Streetglide, 2003 HD Fat boy, 2007 heavily reworked Triumph Thruxton, 2004 Triumph Bonneville, 2005 Big Dog Chopper, 2002 Moto Guzzi LeMans, 2000 Moto Guzzi V11 sport, 2000 Moto Guzzi V11 Sport TT (special edition 1 of 15), 1997 Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport|
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