Main Motorcycle: '00 Sprint RS
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: San Francisco, CA
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Congratulations, IMHO I dont think you will be disappointed.
I recon if you spend s little bit of time on here and search for some of the answers to your questions you will learn loads.
Loads of luck Mick
PS Clutch is heavy first off, but after you have checked the cable for free movement there are a couple of tricks to lower the leverage required.
2000 RS has automotive type alternator- no need for Reg/Rec mod.
I just replaced my clutch cable and the pull effort is greatly reduced.
I'd just replace that hose, flush the coolant and change the oil. Also, have the shop load test the battery.
Tires? Chain & sprockets? Brake pads?
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