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Thought I'd pop in for a hello. Hoping the community is active with good info on my FZ6. Picked up a leftover 06 early this year and immediately embarked on a trip to the dragon, had roughly 500 miles on it when I left.

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Guest Brian Bonner

Nice Bike! B)

Wish I had 1! <_<

I was thinking the same thing. Considering how mechnically inept I am at motorized things, I'm starting to wish I didn't start off with a junker. At least it's almost running.

Shoulda just coughed up as much as I could up front and gotten something with a warranty.

fzB- Why don't you let us know how fun that bike is so I can have more motivation to finish getting mine fixed and running. :unsure:

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I was thinking the same thing. Considering how mechnically inept I am at motorized things, I'm starting to wish I didn't start off with a junker. At least it's almost running.

Shoulda just coughed up as much as I could up front and gotten something with a warranty.

fzB- Why don't you let us know how fun that bike is so I can have more motivation to finish getting mine fixed and running. :unsure:

Thanks for the welcome. The FZ6 is a blast. My favorite thing about it is I can ride it for extended periods fairly comfortably (though I am getting a Corbin saddle) and it is sporty enough to carve things up when called upon. The ride to the dragon was 14 hours, and I didn't mind spending the weekend enjoying the many good riding roads that were in the area. The dragon is intense so riding the skyway etc. was a nice change of pace.

After all my years working on cars etc. I'm just not interested in fixing things. A new bike that was fuel injected was a big thing for me. My first bike was a Suzuki VX800, it served me well, but is no comparison to the versatility of the FZ.

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