Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: watsonville, ca
Just thinking. After 120,000 miles on two g4's, no starter problems, 200 miles per loop, roughly, with 3 starter pulls per loop, no starter failures. 120,000 miles divided by 200 miles is 600 loops, multiplied by 3 starter pulls per loop equals 1800 starter pulls. With no failures.
I know that kawa fixed the front fork seals comparing the '11 to the '13; I know that kawa did not change the radiators between the above two years. We know that they changed the damper between the two years.
Kawa certainly may have changed out starters when electing to run the heavy g5's.
So my question, do you truly have 25,000 miles on a g5 track bike. You know how the net is. :) And I respectfully request a follow up.
I ask you consider that Sears point is about 2.5 miles. That would be about 10,000 loops around that track. And you just bought the bike. Each track day is a time consuming pain. How's my math. :)
Last edited by scout; 08-12-2017 at 10:35 PM.