Thanks Graeme. Amazingly it's only got 14,000 miles on it so I hope it hasn't had too hard a lifeAn 885 is going to have had a good few winters on British roads, so will probably be feeling it's age by now.
Thanks TusconBill. It's a 1999 T reg so I guess that makes it a FI. I take it that all the Tiger 900s are FI even though they have a 885 engine?Which 885? Carbs or FI?
Im with Bill on this one, it would also help if its got a 12mth ticket.Tim-
It's brand new! If it's had the 12K service, you're good to go
Graeme, no disrespect to you, but I believe Hawaii is much like any other place where there is oceans. I live one mile from the Tasman Sea, it's lovely, but, you get a very nice salty sea mist over everything you own especially when the wind is fairly up and coming from anywhere east. I rode my Harley only a week ago, and the disc rotors already have a fine film of rust on them.Gary,
No disrespect, but I suspect there is a massive difference between British winters and Hawaiian winters !!
In the UK rock salt is put down on the roads from November to April and it just wrecks bikes and cars.
The bike in question may have had 13 British winters under it's belt - not good