The secret is to use a screwdriver as wide as possible and the correct thickness tip to avoid it twisting in the slot. Ideally make a homemade one with aluminium by using a flat sheet of 18swg alloy plate. If the bike is on the main stand with no load on the forks this will assist slightly in turning your adjusters.
Or ask your dealer to do the adjustments next service.... if he fudges the adjusters 'smile' as you ask for them to be replaced.
[ This message was edited by: ST on 2007-01-02 15:51 ]
If you take a large coin (a quarter works pretty good here in the USA) and some needle nose pliers you can move the adjusters without damage. Just be careful to make sure the coin is firmly placed in the slot before turning.
Posting my first 10 to be able to PM Pierre for the manual. Picking up bike tomorrow. 10,300 out the door for demo w/ 900 miles, but ABS. I am very happy at 8999.00 plus fees. In the showroom and mint. I'll be back to tap the knowledge fountain here. Thanks!
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