My heart would ache much more if she were trapped in my shed all winter. A normal season would have snow drifts so deep up on the hill where she'd reside that I could barely get to the driveway, let alone open the door to check on 'er. This December is exceptionally mild, but I'm sure the cold, wind and snow is gonna hit soon enough. I'd rather she stay inside the dealership (MCC) in Chicago til May.BritTwit said:You must have some serious will power.
I could never look in that box, and then wait till next May. :lol:
I'm with you. Only just this weekend I put the Daytona away. I wish I could have gone for a ride, but I was busy with a bunch of other stuff. :cry:BPHORSEGUY said:I was out this weekend too, 60F almost mid December, my kind of weather!
Once she's out of the crate the Motad exhaust and One07 Tranny vent will be installed. then she be re-mapped and broken in on a Dyno machine. After that the CF wheels, chain guard and rear tire hugger get installed before she's on to a long Winter nap.Britfan60 said:So nice to see her in the crate. Doesn't get any fresher than that.
Precisely why I'd like MCC to handle it while the bike is in their care. Once I take delivery of the bike a trip to the dealer will be quite a hassle - Gold Coast will be the closest one and it's a trip I don't care to make. Hopefully this will be recognized as a full blown warranty issue before next May.TonyA said:Most of them do it. I am temped to say they all do it , just a matter of degree. I suggest to wait for the factory to release the fix and get it installed at the dealer .